Archive for May, 2024

Pakistan and the dream of the previous decades about Afghanistan; From raising Daesh to inviting failed leaders

Pakistan has been following a very dangerous project to put pressure on the Islamic Emirate, Afghanistan and the region, which is the project of raising ISIS. But besides this project, the Pakistanis have also undertaken another apparently dangerous plan; According to some unofficial news, this project consists of; Attempting to invite the leadership contenders of the failed and collapsed parties […]

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SOUTH ASIA INTELLIGENCE REVIEW

Durand Line: Bone of contention On May 14, 2024, at least 12 terrorists and one Army soldier were killed while five other Security Forces (SF) personnel sustained injuries when terrorists from Afghanistan in their attempt to infiltrate inside Pakistan attacked Pakistani checkpoints in the Teri Mangal area, along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, in the Kurram District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). The […]

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Islamabad wants Beijing to talk to Kabul about terrorism, Pakistani minister says

Islamabad would like Beijing to speak to Kabul about the issue of terrorism, Pakistan’s Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal said. Speaking in an interview with VOA released on Sunday, Iqbal said that Pakistan has concerns on certain groups that are operating out of Afghanistan and carrying out terrorism actions. “The terrorists who committed the recent incident against Chinese […]

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Article In Issue 35 Of ISKP Magazine ‘Voice Of Khurasan’ Urges Mujahideen To Follow Prophetic Measures To Avoid Security Traps: ‘Before You Set Off For A Jihadi Task, Try To Fill Your Phone With Junk Files So That It Will Not Draw Any Attention’

An article in the latest issue of “Voice of Khurasan,” an English-language monthly magazine published by Al-Azaim Media Foundation, a media outlet linked to the Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP), which defines itself as a supporting entity for the Islamic State (ISIS), advises the mujahideen to take precautions, following the example of Muhammad during his journey from Mecca to Medina, […]

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Hizbut Tahrir Organizes Protests In Dhaka, Accuses Bangladeshi Government Of Seeking To Normalize Relations With Israel: ‘Hasina Government Set A Milestone For Normalizing Relations With The Illegal Jewish State By Secretly Landing The U.S.-Based Israeli Aircraft On The Country’s Soil’

On April 19, 2024, Hizb-ut-Tahrir Bangladesh organized protests and events in mosques in the cities of Dhaka and Chittagong, where its speakers accused the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of trying to normalize relations with Israel. Hizb-ut-Tahrir is a global Islamist organization known for seeking to cause rebellion among the armed forces of Islamic countries to overthrow governments and […]

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Analyzing The Strategic Importance Of Russia’s Reportedly Planned Afghan Oil Hub

Continued maritime exports to the Indian Ocean Region across the Baltic, Black, and Mediterranean Seas might be deemed strategically undependable due to tensions with the West, hence the need to pioneer a more reliable alternative. Afghanistan’s acting Industry and Trade Minister Nooruddin Azizi told Reuters earlier this month that his country agreed with Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan to build a logistics […]

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Insurrection In The ‘Other’ Kashmir – Analysis

The violent uprising in Pakistan occupied Jammu and Kashmir (PoJK), euphemistically called “Azad Jammu and Kashmir” by Pakistanis, has left Pakistan in shock and awe. The scale, spread, and ferocity of the insurrection took the Pakistani authorities by complete surprise. Efforts were made by Islamabad to impose an information blackout on PoJK—the internet was suspended, mainstream electronic mediacovered the widespread […]

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Balochistan’s Education Emergency: More Talk, Less Action? – OpEd

An “education emergency” is a term used to describe a scenario when a government acknowledges a state of urgency in order to address serious weaknesses within the education system. It is an acknowledgement of the urgent and extensive actions required to improve the availability of high-quality education for every individual in society. Education emergencies often include a variety of actions, […]

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Indian Nuclear Trajectory: From Peaceful Ploys To Proliferation – OpEd

India’s nuclear test of 1974, codenamed “Smiling Buddha,” signalled a critical shift from peaceful nuclear technology to military applications in the history of South Asia. This alleged Peaceful Nuclear Explosion (PNE) was the first case of horizontal nuclear proliferation since the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) was formally adopted in 1967. The test, conducted at the Pokhran-1 site, used plutonium that […]

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India-Iran Chabahar Deal – OpEd

The fear of US sanctions has failed to deter India from signing a 10-year contract with Iran to develop and operate the Iranian port of Chabahar. The deal is expected to enhance regional connectivity and facilitate trade involving India, Iran, Afghanistan, and other nations. India’s Shipping Minister Sonowal had called the agreement a “Historic moment in India-Iran ties” while Jaishankar […]

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