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Suspected ISIS Execute Pakistani ISI Officer

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  1. naveedullahkhankhattak

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    so technically not ISIS. and also not ISI agent. These groups can kill anyone after labelling them infidel or a spy.
     
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    https://www.dawn.com/news/1113190


    Hopefully this helps .
     
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    Did you even bother reading it??


    نیو نیوز کے مطابق ملتان کے علاقے کاٹن ریسرچ انسٹی ٹیوٹ کے قریب سے سابق چیف جسٹس آف پاکستان جسٹس تصدق حسین جیلانی کے بھتیجے اور حساس ادارے کے ڈپٹی ڈائریکٹر عمر مبین جیلانی کی تشدد زدہ لاش ملی ہے جنہیں 2014ء کے دوران اغواٗء کیا گیا تھا۔
     
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    Multiple media reports confirm he was an ISI officer.
     
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    Suspected IS Loyalists Execute Pakistani Spy Agency Officer

    Police and witnesses in central Pakistan say that suspected Islamic State militants have executed a kidnapped officer of the country’s prime intelligence agency and dropped his chained body on a busy road before driving away.

    Police in the city of Multan, where the rare incident occurred, say they found the body early Saturday morning and it was dressed like detainees at the U.S.-run Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba.

    Officials identified the slain man as Umar Mobeen Gilani, saying he was kidnapped nearly three years ago by unknown gunmen in Multan, where he was serving in a counterterrorism unit of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, or ISI.

    A message inscribed on Gilani’s shirt said that “Daesh Pakistan” killed “ISI spy” and mentioned the date when he was kidnapped, according to police officials. Daesh is the Arabic acronym for Islamic State.

    An official at the spy agency confirmed to VOA that Gilani was an ISI operative. Requesting anonymity, the official said that a major manhunt is underway in Multan to locate perpetrators of the crime but would not discuss further details.

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    Pakistan



    Stepped-up attacks

    The Middle East-based Islamic State terrorist group lately has stepped up attacks in Pakistan.

    The deadliest strike took place last month when an IS suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowded Sufi shrine in southern Sindh province, killing more than 90 devotees and wounding over 300 more. The victims mostly belonged to the minority Shi'ite Muslim community.

    Multan and adjoining southern districts of Pakistan's most populous Punjab province have traditionally hosted radical Islamic groups, some of which are blamed for extremist and sectarian violence in the country.

    The southern region is considered the heartland of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi or LeJ, an outlawed Sunni militant group blamed for deadly attacks against Shiite Muslims.

    Some Pakistani officials suspect LeJ members have lately joined hands with IS’s regional franchise “Khorasan Province” to promote the Middle East-based terrorist group’s extremist ideology in Pakistan-Afghanistan region.

    The government, however, insists IS has no “organized presence” in Pakistan and security forces are determined not to allow the terrorist group to establish a foothold in the country.

    Officials say that IS is plotting attacks in Pakistan from its save havens in border regions of neighboring Afghanistan.

    Pakistan's military has recently launched a new nation-wide counterterrorism operation, which is also tasked to target suspected militant hideouts in Punjab.


    http://www.voanews.com/a/pakistan-i...uspected-islamic-state-loyalists/3749762.html
     
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    It was then called TTP
     
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    ISLAMABAD —

    Islamic State has taken credit for executing a kidnapped officer of Pakistan’s prime intelligence agency a day after police found his body in the central city of Multan.

    Local police identified the slain man, Umar Mubin Jilani, and quoted witnesses as saying militants dropped his body on a busy road early Saturday morning before driving away.

    They said the body was dressed in an orange uniform like detainees at the U.S.-run Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba.

    Jilani, 33, was kidnapped in June, 2014, by a group of gunmen while he was on his way to work in Multan where he was serving in a counterterrorism unit of Inter-Services Intelligence, or ISI, the country's main spy agency.

    On Sunday, an Islamic State global media wing on its website claimed responsibility for executing the intelligence officer.

    A message inscribed on Jilani’s shirt said “Daesh Pakistan” killed “ISI spy” and mentioned the date when he was kidnapped, according to police officials. Daesh is the Arabic acronym for Islamic State.

    An official at the spy agency confirmed to VOA that Jilani was an ISI operative. Requesting anonymity, the official said that a major manhunt is underway in Multan to locate perpetrators of the crime but would not discuss further details.

    [​IMG]
    Pakistan



    Stepped-up attacks

    The Middle East-based Islamic State terrorist group lately has stepped up attacks in Pakistan.

    The deadliest strike took place last month when an IS suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowded Sufi shrine in southern Sindh province, killing more than 90 devotees and wounding over 300 more. The victims mostly belonged to the minority Shi'ite Muslim community.

    Multan and adjoining southern districts of Pakistan's most populous Punjab province have traditionally hosted radical Islamic groups, some of which are blamed for extremist and sectarian violence in the country.

    The southern region is considered the heartland of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi or LeJ, an outlawed Sunni militant group blamed for deadly attacks against Shiite Muslims.

    Some Pakistani officials suspect LeJ members have lately joined hands with IS’s regional franchise “Khorasan Province” to promote the Middle East-based terrorist group’s extremist ideology in Pakistan-Afghanistan region.

    The government, however, insists IS has no “organized presence” in Pakistan and security forces are determined not to allow the terrorist group to establish a foothold in the country.

    Officials say that IS is plotting attacks in Pakistan from its save havens in border regions of neighboring Afghanistan.

    Pakistan's military has recently launched a new nation-wide counterterrorism operation, which is also tasked to target suspected militant hideouts in Punjab.

    http://www.voanews.com/a/pakistan-i...uspected-islamic-state-loyalists/3749762.html
     
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    We have terrorists within our security establishment who leak out sensitive info to terrorists and help them set up ambushes. The first operation against terrorists should start from GHQ and then to all the garrison areas, and then move on to terrorist sympathisers within intelligence agencies.
     
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    Didn't red light molvi of Islamabad pledge of allegiance to IS? He is still alive and functioning a terrorist hub in the capital city of a nuclear armed nation. Any guesses why the world doesn't take Pakistan serious?
     
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    Its amazing how the so called defenders of Islam only kill muslims! They are bastards and should be erradicated! I dont understand how they manage to recruit so many its quite obvious they are bigger enemy of Islam than satan himself!
     
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    There is already a thread running, please use search feature in future!
    https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/dastan-mnam-mxhafzu.481554/#post-9266131

    @Horus
     
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    yes. I shared it because it had more details. but prayers for him. His sacrifice won't go in vain.
     
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    Go and ask CIA, Mossad, MI5 to what extents they can go to protect their spies and to how far off the places.



    Its a shame the ISI couldn't recover him from Pakistan .
     
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