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TTP Leader’s Leaked Call Reveals Sinister Plans

A chilling leaked call between TTP leader Noor Wali and his associate has exposed the group’s plans to carry out terrorist attacks on vulnerable targets. Targeting Innocents Noor Wali directs his associate to bomb government schools and hospitals, spreading fear and chaos. He also orders attacks on the homes of police and military personnel, putting […]Read More

US State Department Reaffirms Stance on Taliban Funding

The US State Department has categorically denied providing funding to the Taliban, dismissing rumors and misinformation. Spokesperson Matt Miller clarified the department’s position during a press briefing on July 10, stating, “We do not provide any funding to the Taliban. That is absolutely false.” Miller’s remarks came in response to a journalist’s question about a […]Read More

Taliban Warns TTP Against Using Afghan Soil for Attacks on

The Taliban government has issued a stern warning to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), cautioning against using Afghan territory as a base for launching attacks inside Pakistan. This warning comes amid efforts to mend relations between the two neighboring countries and address security concerns in the region. A recent delegation, led by Maulana Hamid-ul-Haq of Jamiat […]Read More

Fazlur Rehman Meets Taliban PM in Kabul

KABUL: Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund, the acting prime minister of the Taliban, met with Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the head of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) in Kabul. Mullah Hassan Akhund urged Pakistan to stop treating Afghan refugees harshly. According to a statement released by the Afghan Presidential Palace (Arg). Fazlur Rehman responded by saying that he […]Read More

Taliban minister links public disconnection to ban on women’s education

Kabul: Afghanistan’s Taliban-appointed Deputy Foreign Minister Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai has said the main reason people are distanced from the Taliban is the continued ban on women’s education, TOLO News reported. TOLO News is an Afghan news channel broadcasting from Kabul. The Taliban appointed Deputy Foreign Minister while speaking at a graduation ceremony, stressed the […]Read More

Malala compares the way the Taliban treats women to apartheid

JOHANNESBURG: At a lecture hosted by the Nelson Mandela Foundation in South Africa on Tuesday, Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai compared the restrictions the Taliban has imposed on women in Afghanistan to the treatment of Black people during apartheid. After opposing the Pakistani Taliban’s efforts to prevent girls from attending school, Yousafzai, then 15 […]Read More

Has Taliban banned people from traveling to Palestine for Jihad?

The Taliban administration in Afghanistan has banned its citizens from traveling to Palestine for jihad, according to social media posts. This comes at a time when the Islamic world is reeling from Israel’s horrific bombing of Gaza. In this context, certain media sources and social media platforms are citing a fictitious memo that purports to […]Read More

Taliban stopped 100 women from going to Dubai to study

According to a millionaire businessman, the Taliban authorities in Afghanistan prevented almost 100 women from visiting the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after receiving sponsorships for university studies. A jet he had purchased for scheduled to bring the female students to the UAE on Wednesday morning. According to Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, the CEO of a […]Read More

Afghanistan’s Taliban celebrate their two-year rule

On August 15, Afghanistan observed Victory Day in honor of the second anniversary of the Taliban’s rule. Taliban leaders, government representatives, representatives from different communities, and a sizeable crowd all attended this ceremony. The Afghan government, the entirety of which the Taliban formally address as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, declared a national holiday on […]Read More

Afghanistan-Pakistan-India linkages are revealed in a new book

A new book titled “The Return of the Taliban” by Hassan Abbas, an international relations professor at the National Defense University in Washington, has shed light on the Taliban’s ties with Pakistan and India. According to the book, Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi held a detailed meeting with Pakistan’s former army chief, Gen Qamar […]Read More