Tuesday, July 27, 2021


Taliban, Afghan Govt Declare Three-Day Eid Ceasefire

Taliban instructed their fighters “to halt all offensive operations against the enemy countrywide from the first till the third day of Eid”.

Video appearing to show Afghan troops brutality sparks outrage

The desecration of corpses in Afghanistan's war has been a recurrent issue, with several videos emerging over the past 20 years, including one in 2011 showing a group of US marines urinating on three blood-soaked bodies.

America Has Lost a Proxy War against Pakistan

"The United States has been waging and losing a proxy war against an alleged ally".
Abu Khalid Al Hindi

ISKP Gunman who attacked Gurdwara in Kabul was probably an Indian national

ISKP in it's recent statement released further details of the gunman who led the attack on Gurdwara in Kabul. Attacker has been identified as "Abu Khalid al Hindi". Many experts who have been reporting on ISIS activities believe that Al Hindi hints towards the fact that the attacker was an Indian national. many experts with knowledge are of opinion that the attacker is probably from the South Indian state kerala, where many fighters had joined ISKP.

NATO chief says allies will leave Afghanistan together

NATO insisted Thursday that its members would consult and decide together on when to leave Afghanistan, after US President Donald Trump vowed to bring American troops home by Christmas.

Russia denies paying militants to kill US troops

The Russian embassy in the US said the claims had led to threats to diplomats. The Taliban also denied there was any such deal with Russian intelligence.

Pakistan and Uzbekistan deny any US military base for Afghan mission

Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi made the remarks to reporters in Islamabad, explaining that his government has adopted a policy that allows it to become "only partners in peace” and not join any future U.S. war.