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Monday, 27 July 2020

Pakistani masters of terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda still not in blacklist: UN report

Pakistani masters of terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda still not in blacklist UN report

Pakistani nationals still doing leadership of terrorist organizations such as Al-Qaeda (AQIS), Islamic State in Iraq, and the Levant-Khorasan (ISIL-K) and Tahreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in the Indian subcontinent and many other terrorist groups which are not still included in the blacklist. This has been said in a UN report.


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The 26th report of the Analytical Assistance and Sanctions Surveillance Team related to ISIS, al-Qaeda, and allied individuals and institutions stated that Afghan special forces carried out a nationwide operation that arrested ISIL-K chief Aslam Farooqui, his predecessor Zia ul Haq and others.


Farooqui, who hails from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, was the mastermind of the deadly terrorist attack on a major gurdwara in Kabul in which they killed 25 Sikhs. The 1267 Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee of the United Nations Security Council has not blacklisted its name. Similarly, Haq is also a Pakistani citizen and is also not on the blacklist.


Al-Qaeda (AQIS) in the Indian subcontinent operates from the Nimruz, Helmand, and Kandahar provinces of Afghanistan under the Taliban, and its current mentor is Pakistan-born Osama Mahmood who has not been “listed” under UNSC sanctions. Mahmud replaced Asim Umar. The report said that the organization has between 150 and 200 members from Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, and Pakistan and reports that it is plotting retaliation in the area to avenge the death of its former mentor.


The Sanctions Monitoring Team report said, “The largest terrorist organization in Afghanistan is the Tehreek-e-Taliban led by Aamir Noor Wali Mehsud.” Over two years after TTP was formed, UNSC The sanctions committee declared Mehsud of Pakistani origin as a global terrorist this month. Mehsud is backed by his partner Qari Amjad and TTP spokesman Mohammad Khorasani, and both are not included in the UNSC sanctions committee.


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It shows that Pakistani citizens work at the level of leadership in terrorist organizations and that terrorist organizations have Pakistani connections. According to member nations, al-Qaeda is secretly active in 12 Afghan provinces and its leader Aiman ​​al-Zawahiri is stationed in the country. The surveillance team estimates the total number of al-Qaeda fighters in Afghanistan to be between 400 and 600. The leadership has close contact with the Haqqani network. In February 2020, al-Zawahiri “met with Yahya Haqqani to discuss ongoing cooperation, which is the Haqqani network’s initial contact with al-Qaeda since mid-2009.”

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