The Pakistan Army continues to deny that ISIS is active in Pakistan, despite the mounting evidence.
By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
On Easter Monday, four members of a Christian family were shot dead in Quetta, the capital of Pakistan’s volatile Balochistan province. The attack was claimed by the Islamic State (ISIS) in a press statement issued by the jihadist group.
The very next day, a Pakistan Army spokesperson “categorically” denied the presence of ISIS in the country, choosing instead to extol his organization’s performance by saying that “the security situation in the province [Balochistan] has improved owing to the collective efforts of civil and military leadership.”
Pakistan’s former Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, talking to the press, ruled out the presence of ISIS militants in Pakistan. In June 2017 Balochistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti told the media, “ISIS has no existence in Balochistan.” These are all lies. ISIS, not only does exist but the Islamist terror organization has training camps throughout Balochistan and runs death squads under the patronage of the Pakistan Army.
Abdul Majeed Bizenjo, a former Member of Provincial Assemble (MPA) Balochistan (1988-1990) is leading ISIS in Awaran. He was nominated by Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI) from district Khuzdar (PB-32 Khuzdar-III) to the Provincial Assemble of Balochistan. His son Jameel Bizenjo handles the day-to-day terror operations of the Islamic State under his father’s supervision. Both, father and son are affiliated with, and take instructions from Shafeeq Mengal who heads the entire ISIS network in Balochistan.
Mohammad Altaf Mullazai’s associate, Shafiq Mengal is now, according to security officials in Quetta, leader of the Islamic State in Pakistan
by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD
The United States, NATO and the Afghan government should not be trying to bring the Taliban to the negotiating table, but Pakistan.
Located about 100 kilometers from the Afghanistan border in Kharan, Balochistan is one of the hundreds of outposts of Pakistan’s permanent jihadi network.
Far lesser known than al-Qaeda and the Islamic State, but considered by many to be far more dangerous, Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) is Pakistan’s favorite Islamo-nationalist jihadist group.
Mulla Ghulam Ullah, Mufti Shamir Aziz Bizenjo, and Khatib Mohammad Ilyas
Mufti Shahmir Aziz Bizenjo receives support from the Pakistani intelligence, military assistance from the Pakistani Army Frontier Corps and financial support from the drug mafia
Few appreciate the depth and destructive consequences of Pakistan’s decades-long program to “Islamize” every aspect of the society in every remote corner of the country.
Pakistan’s “Islamization” program was initiated by President Zia-ul-Haq (1977-1988), which involved the proliferation of Islamic schools “madrasas” and the promotion of Islamic law “Sharia,” was specifically designed create unity by suppressing ethnic separatism and make Pakistan the global Sunni leader, an effort that eventually led to the proliferation of Islamic terrorist groups within its borders.
Toronto, Nov 13 (ANI): Baloch activist Hammal Haider Baloch warned developed countries like U.S and also India about Pakistan’s nefarious designs and said that ISIS is one of the examples. Haider told that ISIS is a ruthless religious group and a threat to the world. He also sent a strong message to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that Balochistan belongs to Baloch people irrespective of the atrocities on them.
BALOCHISTAN: Religious extremists of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) brand who the Pakistani army patronizes in Balochistan to counter Baloch National Struggle went on a rampage and burned down dozens of places of worship “Zikir Khana” of Zikri Baloch in Gichk area of district Panjgur, Balochistan.
On 21st September 2016 Pakistani state sponsored death squad operatives with the armed persons of ISIS burned down many Zikir Khanas in different areas of Gichk including “Sayad Essa Peer” and “Sayad Yousuf Peer” in Askani Chib, “Sayad Haji Peer” in Drakop and “Peer Sayad Kmalan” in Damli.
BALOCHISTAN: The Pakistani army’s patronized death squad leader Shafeeq Mengal has now been exposed as the trainer of suicide bombers belonging to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The failed suicide bomber Usman who tried to blow himself during Eid-ul-Azha, on 13 September 2016 in Shikarpur, Sindh became the first suicide bomber to be apprehended alive in Sindh Pakistan.