2019-08-21 India-Pakistan||Taliban chief Mullah Haibatullah was the primary target of Pakistan bombing: report
[KhaamaPress] The supreme leader of Taliban|
group Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada
...Former deputy to Taliban supremo Mullah Akhtar Mansour, now The Big Man Himself...
was the primary target of the earth-shattering kaboom in Quetta city which killed four people including the younger brother of the Taliban leader.
The IHS Janes media outlet, quoting the local media reports reported that Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada was also scheduled to be at the mosque.
No individual or group has so far grabbed credit for the attack.
Caliphornia hasn't yet slid into the ocean, no matter how hard it's tried...
unconfirmed reports indicate the Talibs rubbed out an Islamic State
...formerly ISIS or ISIL, depending on your preference. Before that they were al-Qaeda in Iraq, as shaped by Abu Musab Zarqawi. They're really very devout, committing every atrocity they can find in the Koran and inventing a few more. They fling
Allah around with every other sentence, but to hear western pols talk they're not
-associatd holy man on 17th of August following the liquidation attempt.
The explosion took place at a mosque in Kuchalk area in the outskirts of Quetta city, the quiet provincial capital of Balochistan
| A useful response, regardless who actually dunnit... |
...the Pak province bordering Kandahar and Uruzgun provinces in Afghanistan and Sistan Baluchistan in Iran. Its native Baloch propulation is being displaced by Pashtuns and Punjabis and they aren't happy about it...
province of Pakistain.
The explosion killed four people including Hafiz Ahmadullah, the younger brother of Mullah Haibatullah.
The Pak police officials confirmed last week that the earth-shattering kaboom also maimed more than 20 other people.
|Posted by trailing wife 2019-08-21 00:00||
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