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Pakistan’s terrorist organization has a symbiotic relationship with al-Qaeda and Iraq

New Delhi: Afghan Foreign Minister Mohammed Haneef Atmar (Mohammed Haneef Atmar) listed Pakistani terrorist organizations such as Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad and other terrorist organizations in the region (including Al Qaeda) , Islamic State) “symbiotic” contact and jointly threaten the region.

Atma said in a virtual event of the Hoover Institution: “We are not only fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan, but also four types of transnational terrorist networks. Among them are Afghans, and the second type is regional terrorists, such as the Islamic movement. Uzbekistan, The East Turkestan Islamic Movement, Pakistani terrorist organizations are the third category, such as Rashkar e. Taibai, TTP, Jais Mohammed and the international terrorist organization-Al Qaeda, Daesh​​.

Explains: “They all have a symbiotic relationship. Not only each other, but also a transnational organized crime network. They benefit from narcotics and organized crime. Together, they pose a national security threat to the region and the world. .”

India has raised many concerns about cross-border terrorism emerging from Pakistan by multilateral organizations. Without mentioning Pakistan, Atma did not say to deal with shelters outside Afghanistan. He said: “The problem of shelters outside Afghanistan… The Taliban have been expelled from Afghanistan, and they have received them outside Afghanistan. Shelter, until today we still can’t solve the shelter problem.”

A recent United Nations report highlighted that there are approximately 6,500 Pakistani foreign terrorist fighters in Afghanistan, while Pakistani terrorist organizations such as JeM and LeT have approximately 1,000 armed fighters in this landlocked South Asian country. Most of the JeM and LeT fighters are at the same location as the Taliban fighters and are closely connected to them.


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