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TTP extends truce to hold peace talks with Pakistan

AFP Published May 12, 2022




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PESHAWAR: The outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has extended a ceasefire with the government of Pakistan in order to hold peace talks, AFP quoted two sources in the militant group as saying on Wednesday.
Since the Afghan Taliban surged back to power last year, TTP attacks on Pakistan soil saw an uptick.
Sources said that a TTP ceasefire, agreed for the Eid period, has now been extended until May 16.
A TTP letter outlining the truce tells fighters “not to violate the decision taken by the central command”.

Both sources said a team of Pakistani mediators has travelled to Afghanistan to meet the TTP leadership for talks facilitated by the Afghan Taliban.
However, Islamabad has not yet commented on the matter.
Last year, the PTI-led government of Imran Khan conducted peace negotiations with the TTP during a month-long ceasefire that eventually collapsed.
Islamabad has increasingly complained of attacks across the border from Afghanistan since the Taliban took control of Kabul in August, an issue that has become a source of diplomatic tension.
Last month Afghan officials said a Pakistani airstrike in eastern Afghanistan killed 47 people. Pakistan did not comment on the strike but urged Kabul to secure its border to prevent militant operations.
The Afghan Taliban called the assault a “cruelty” that “is paving the way for enmity between Afghanistan and Pakistan”.
In March, an Islamic State suicide bomber, who authorities say was an Afghan national, killed 64 people at a mosque in Peshawar.
Published in Dawn, May 12th, 2022

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So now when the establishment is under pressure from the people of Pakistan, their B team comes to the rescue and offers a respite.
Man everything is becoming clear now, the real evil is being exposed. I find this as a chance from Allah to clean up our country.
 

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All of the traitors in Kahoots are revealing themselves. Thank god
Now it’s easier to know who the good and bad guys are
 

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It’s quite clear who’s pulling the TTP strings as well. NOW they want a truce? Is this just a coincidence?
 

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So now when the establishment is under pressure from the people of Pakistan, their B team comes to the rescue and offers a respite.
Man everything is becoming clear now, the real evil is being exposed. I find this as a chance from Allah to clean up our country.
Deeply problematic statement
 

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Chou was not affiliated with the Taiwanese church. He was pictured as a retired professor in a 2019 local news story on the founding of the Las Vegas chapter of the National Association for China's Peaceful Unification. Chou has taught bartending in schools in Taiwan and mainland China and authored several publications. He was also a translator of immigration documents. After retirement, he sometimes worked as a security guard in Las Vegas. He had legally purchased two 9mm pistols there.


County sheriff Don Barnes suspects it to be a politically motivated hate crime regarding Taiwanese-Chinese tensions. According to his statements, there were notes in Chou's vehicle alluding to "his hatred of the Taiwanese people", which is believed to stem from his past residence there, possibly during his youth. The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan has played a significant role in Taiwan's democratization.


he is a second-generation waishengren – born in Taiwan to those from mainland China.


lmao, all these CCP trolls here trying to make it seem like this dude is some tiawanese nationalist, when he is more of a One China Policy mainland CCP type guy who has hatred for Taiwanese people.
wut
 

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How many truce took place since 2001? Pakistan army even withdrew from Malakand region to let pro Taliban groups rule it. Just crazy. Its always the same old stuff, giving people hope of peace and then it starts again.

It was facilitated by the Haqqani Network and the Taliban.


 

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TTP extends truce to hold peace talks with Pakistan

AFP Published May 12, 2022




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PESHAWAR: The outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has extended a ceasefire with the government of Pakistan in order to hold peace talks, AFP quoted two sources in the militant group as saying on Wednesday.
Since the Afghan Taliban surged back to power last year, TTP attacks on Pakistan soil saw an uptick.
Sources said that a TTP ceasefire, agreed for the Eid period, has now been extended until May 16.
A TTP letter outlining the truce tells fighters “not to violate the decision taken by the central command”.

Both sources said a team of Pakistani mediators has travelled to Afghanistan to meet the TTP leadership for talks facilitated by the Afghan Taliban.
However, Islamabad has not yet commented on the matter.
Last year, the PTI-led government of Imran Khan conducted peace negotiations with the TTP during a month-long ceasefire that eventually collapsed.
Islamabad has increasingly complained of attacks across the border from Afghanistan since the Taliban took control of Kabul in August, an issue that has become a source of diplomatic tension.
Last month Afghan officials said a Pakistani airstrike in eastern Afghanistan killed 47 people. Pakistan did not comment on the strike but urged Kabul to secure its border to prevent militant operations.
The Afghan Taliban called the assault a “cruelty” that “is paving the way for enmity between Afghanistan and Pakistan”.
In March, an Islamic State suicide bomber, who authorities say was an Afghan national, killed 64 people at a mosque in Peshawar.
Published in Dawn, May 12th, 2022

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