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The Afghan Taliban have distanced themselves from the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) after the latter recently claimed it was a "branch" of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) — the regime in charge in Kabul.

TTP chief Mufti Noor Wali Mahsud, in a video available on social media and purportedly shot during his visit to Pakistan's northern areas, had declared that his outfit came under the larger "umbrella" of the IEA.

"Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan is a branch of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, [and] is a part of that umbrella on this land," Mahsud, flanked by armed TTP fighters, can be seen saying in the video as he addressed a group of men.

Afghan Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid, in an interview with Arab News on Friday, rejected Mahsud's claim of affiliation with the IEA.

"They are not, as an organisation, part of IEA and we don’t share the same objectives,” Mujahid is quoted as saying by the publication.

“We advise TTP to focus on peace and stability in their country. This is very important so they can prevent any chance for enemies to interfere in the region and in Pakistan. And we request Pakistan to look into their demands for the better of the region and Pakistan.”

Mujahid said the TTP was Pakistan's internal matter, adding: "The IEA stance is that we do not interfere in other countries’ affairs. We do not interfere in Pakistan’s affairs.”

Ceasefire — beginning and end
The Afghan Taliban spokesperson's remarks come roughly a month after Afghanistan's acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi acknowledged that the Afghan Taliban were mediating between Pakistan and the TTP on the desire of both the parties.

The Afghan Taliban's facilitation of talks had led to a month-long ceasefire during November, which the TTP declined to extend any further, accusing the government of failing to honour the decisions reached earlier.

A statement issued by the TTP on Thursday gave out details of the six-point agreement that it said it had reached with the government under the aegis of the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan” (IEA) on Oct 25, 2021.

The two sides, according to the agreement, had accepted that the IEA would play the role of a mediator and that both sides would form five-member committees each which, under the supervision of the mediator, would discuss the next course of action and demands of each sides.

Both sides, it said, had also agreed to observe a month-long ceasefire from Nov 1 to Nov 30, 2021 and that the government would release 102 “imprisoned mujahideen” and hand them over to the TTP through the “IEA and that both sides would issue a joint statement regarding the ceasefire on Nov 1, 2021”.

According to the statement, the government not only failed to implement the decisions reached between the two sides but on the contrary, the security forces conducted raids in Dera Ismail Khan, Lakki Marwat, Swat, Bajaur, Swabi and North Waziristan and killed and detained militants.

“Under these circumstances, it is not possible to extend the ceasefire,” the TTP said.

The TTP decision to end the ceasefire is a big setback to the government's efforts to secure a peace agreement with the militants waging war against the state for decades.

 

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there were sone people on a different thread talking rubbish and doubting the Islamic mujahideen in Kabul on our TTP struggles I Hope this reply from Kabul clears it up for you guys . We are the ones with half million troops , and jets it’s about time our useless generals win this war and respond strongly to TTP backers in our region.. it’s certainly not Kabul whose helping them.
 

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TTP was always a copy cat organisation made by Pakistani Tribal Pushtoons, and still is. Supported by racist and Pushtoon supremacist elements in Afghanistan.
Afghan Taliban had nothing to do with them.
 

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fantastic news , now we both have this opportunity to squeeze and crush them from both sides, now there will be no more ashraf ghani in afghanistani to provide sanctuaries anymore.
 

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TTP was always a copy cat organisation made by Pakistani Tribal Pushtoons, and still is. Supported by racist and Pushtoon supremacist elements in Afghanistan.
Afghan Taliban had nothing to do with them.

grow a thick skin mate if they offend you we offend them to. TTP born out of that useless dictator whiskey drinker mushraf drone policy with USA to attack kill hundreds of our Pakistanis Pashtuns in Fata and if they hate you for being of certain ethnicity there’s not u can do about it.
 

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grow a thick skin mate if they offend you we offend them to. TTP born out of that useless dictator whiskey drinker mushraf drone policy with USA to attack kill hundreds of our Pakistanis Pashtuns in Fata and if they hate you for being of certain ethnicity there’s not u can do about it.
Wrong TTP was born out of Sufi Mihammad nifaz e Shariat tehreek in Sawat.
Then taken over by his son in law Mulla radio and supported by tribes.
The "Dictaror" saved you from their conquest or you would be their red gown wearing " dancing launda" by now
 

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fantastic news , now we both have this opportunity to squeeze and crush them from both sides, now there will be no more ashraf ghani in afghanistani to provide sanctuaries anymore.
Or just send some لونڈے for negotiations. All deals will be accepted 😅😅😅
 

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Must appreciate that the relationship between Pakistan Security Establishment and Afghan Taliban is a marriage of convenience. Pakistan is trying to create a win-win position. Let us hope for the best.
 

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grow a thick skin mate if they offend you we offend them to. TTP born out of that useless dictator whiskey drinker mushraf drone policy with USA to attack kill hundreds of our Pakistanis Pashtuns in Fata and if they hate you for being of certain ethnicity there’s not u can do about it.

You seems too stupid to me,

Boko haram, Ansar Al Sunnah, Al Shabab, Ahrar Al Sham, ISIS were created due to drone attacks? Lol
Jaish e Mohammad and Uzbekistan Movement, Eastern Turkestan Party is also Al Qaeda group,

All these groups are Working under umbrella of Al Qaeda Network,
Al Qaeda have different groups with different names in different territory,
ISIS was newly born separate group few years ago, but all mullah were from Al Qaeda.

Are you Ganju supporter or Diesel supporter?
All politicians and generals are drunker everywhere and even mullah are more corrupt. Lol
 

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fantastic news , now we both have this opportunity to squeeze and crush them from both sides, now there will be no more ashraf ghani in afghanistani to provide sanctuaries anymore.

This is why the border forts (the anvil) need to be built up and the area circled with forts (the hammer) on the main roads; the axis of ingress and egress from the areas where TTP are potentially located (not the civilian population centers as not to antagonize the people). Btw, the forts should be like star forts, and with a layer of barbed wire fence and a shorter wall some distance from the main walls to slow down attacks, as they are built in Afghanistan.

fort design like at 18:18 (but as a star fort)


The Miscreants should be denied freedom of movement and taken down sector by sector (defeat in detail with the concentration of best equipment like an all MRAP force to keep troops safe as they go area to area), as part of a multi-prong strategy of all elements of influence; tribal leaders, religious leaders, economic leaders, and use the courts to prosecute top leaders ASAP once captured, including the full “Prep walk”.

All to minimize the risk of a backlash from the regular people while still squeezing them till they have no where to go.
 
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The Afghan Taliban have distanced themselves from the banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) after the latter recently claimed it was a "branch" of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) — the regime in charge in Kabul.

TTP chief Mufti Noor Wali Mahsud, in a video available on social media and purportedly shot during his visit to Pakistan's northern areas, had declared that his outfit came under the larger "umbrella" of the IEA.

"Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan is a branch of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, [and] is a part of that umbrella on this land," Mahsud, flanked by armed TTP fighters, can be seen saying in the video as he addressed a group of men.

Afghan Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid, in an interview with Arab News on Friday, rejected Mahsud's claim of affiliation with the IEA.

"They are not, as an organisation, part of IEA and we don’t share the same objectives,” Mujahid is quoted as saying by the publication.

“We advise TTP to focus on peace and stability in their country. This is very important so they can prevent any chance for enemies to interfere in the region and in Pakistan. And we request Pakistan to look into their demands for the better of the region and Pakistan.”

Mujahid said the TTP was Pakistan's internal matter, adding: "The IEA stance is that we do not interfere in other countries’ affairs. We do not interfere in Pakistan’s affairs.”

Ceasefire — beginning and end
The Afghan Taliban spokesperson's remarks come roughly a month after Afghanistan's acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi acknowledged that the Afghan Taliban were mediating between Pakistan and the TTP on the desire of both the parties.

The Afghan Taliban's facilitation of talks had led to a month-long ceasefire during November, which the TTP declined to extend any further, accusing the government of failing to honour the decisions reached earlier.

A statement issued by the TTP on Thursday gave out details of the six-point agreement that it said it had reached with the government under the aegis of the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan” (IEA) on Oct 25, 2021.

The two sides, according to the agreement, had accepted that the IEA would play the role of a mediator and that both sides would form five-member committees each which, under the supervision of the mediator, would discuss the next course of action and demands of each sides.

Both sides, it said, had also agreed to observe a month-long ceasefire from Nov 1 to Nov 30, 2021 and that the government would release 102 “imprisoned mujahideen” and hand them over to the TTP through the “IEA and that both sides would issue a joint statement regarding the ceasefire on Nov 1, 2021”.

According to the statement, the government not only failed to implement the decisions reached between the two sides but on the contrary, the security forces conducted raids in Dera Ismail Khan, Lakki Marwat, Swat, Bajaur, Swabi and North Waziristan and killed and detained militants.

“Under these circumstances, it is not possible to extend the ceasefire,” the TTP said.

The TTP decision to end the ceasefire is a big setback to the government's efforts to secure a peace agreement with the militants waging war against the state for decades.

The same ttp once affiliated itself with Isis the sworn enemy of Afghan Taliban
Taliban need Pakistan help even to provide basic necessities to the Afghan people otherwise it's famine



And the Afghan Taliban knows it
 

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Pakistan is asking a big mistake negotiating with these TTP bastards.
Pakistan had to be brave and get Afghan brothers to squeeze these bastards from their side and we must kill them. All of them. No one must live
 

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The same ttp once affiliated itself with Isis the sworn enemy of Afghan Taliban
Taliban need Pakistan help even to provide basic necessities to the Afghan people otherwise it's famine



And the Afghan Taliban knows it

But their pride won’t allow them to be seen as dependent on anyone.
Pakistan is asking a big mistake negotiating with these TTP bastards.
Pakistan had to be brave and get Afghan brothers to squeeze these bastards from their side and we must kill them. All of them. No one must live
Yes, but only as many as necessary to break their momentum and within the limits of the law. Remember at the end of the day, the goal is upholding the rule of law.
 

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But their pride won’t allow them to be seen as dependent on anyone.

Yes, but only as many as necessary to break their momentum and within the limits of the law. Remember at the end of the day, the goal is upholding the rule of law.
There is no law for killers ...only the grave
 

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