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Falcon character Mujahideen of TTP attacked Pakistani Army camp and many posts in Shawal area of North Waziristan on 1st May at 7 pm.

Light and heavy weapons were used freely in this attack, and it continued for one hour. One hundred and twenty Mujahideen participated in this attack and they continued firing at camp for one hour, in which more than 10 apostates were sent to hell and several were wounded and those who survived this attack fled away leaving their posts. Our 6 companions were also injured in this attack.

The camp took fire due to this attack and continued burning for hour.

It should be in mind that this attack was in retaliation for the drone attack which targeted Akhtar Muhammad Khaleel’s (May Allah safeguard him) companions.

Our attacks will continue until the elimination of deluding system of democracy and up to the implementation of Islamic System in Pakistan. Insha’ALLAH (If ALLAH wills)

Mohammad Khurasani
Central Spokesman TTP

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Source: Telegram

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We the Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan, by denying the unserious conversation of Ehsanullah Ehsan and childish tricks of Pakistani intelligence agencies, congratulate the Mujahideen e Islam that Alhamdolillah their leadership is authentic and is exactly according to the principles of Sharia.

Its authenticity is the forceful allegations of ISPR by the tongue of Ehsanullah Ehsan. It is so that when enemy is unable to defeat us in the battlefield then he uses such malicious tactics by the prisoners.

The script is former but the speaker prisoner is recent. And the sober people do not pay attention to such comments because the sayings of prisoners are not valid.

:pushpin: So, O Muslims, don’t get upset from such tactics because the movements do not seize by entering or leaving of the people.

I speak something other the comments of these prisoners that there will be many people who will join the jihad and then will leave it.

Some will leave it due to their cowardice, some will leave it due to their weak ideology, and some will be unable to be patient on the difficulties,

So in these conditions we must not get upset because this has to happen in this path. We are obedient to the orders of ALLAH that is to complete this by remaining in the boundaries of Shariah.

Many tribes in the Arab became apostates when Mohammad SAW left this world since they were Muslims before.

But sahaba (may Allah agree with them) did not leave their mission of Jihad and they struggle for jihad in those difficult times and after that ALLAH has blessed them with the victories and then the vast lands of Iraq, Syria and Faras and Super powers were submitted before the Muslims.

So the Kuffar and their companions have always used such tactics to derail the Muslims and make lessen the zeal of their emaan (faith) but the believers tend their direction towards their Lord in these situations.

Alhamdolillah Mujahideen are not going to be afraid of such situations, this is not only the first attempt of ISI. Before this they recorded such sayings by the tongue of Niyaz Mohammad Shaheed

And then they published the interview of Lateef Mehsood which was an unsuccessful attempt and this time again they will be failed in their nefarious designs insha Allah (if ALLAH wills).

The dogs of Agencies will always be doomed in their tricks and tactics insha ALLAH (if ALLAH wills), it is famous saying:
The dogs bark and the caravans continue their journey.

Mohammad Khurasani
Central Spokesman Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan

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Source: Telegram

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Source: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r27gafl3cl5kv17/%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B3%D8%AD%D8%A7%D8%A8%20%D8%A8%D8%B1%D8%B5%D8%BA%DB%8C%D8%B1%20%DB%94%20%D8%A7%D9%BE%D9%86%DB%8C%20%D8%A2%D8%B2%D8%A7%D8%AF%DB%8C%20%DA%A9%DB%8C%20%D8%AD%D9%81%D8%A7%D8%B8%D8%AA%20%DA%A9%DB%8C%D8%AC%D8%A6%DB%92!%20%DB%94%20%D8%A7%D8%B3%D8%AA%D8%A7%D8%AF%20%D8%A7%D8%B3%D8%A7%D9%85%DB%81%20%D9%85%D8%AD%D9%85%D9%88%D8%AF%20%D8%AD%D9%81%D8%B8%DB%81%20%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%84%DB%81.mp4?dl=0

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Abstract: Fifteen years ago this month, a Tunisian operative named Nizar Nawar detonated a truck bomb outside the el-Ghriba synagogue in Djerba, Tunisia, killing 19, including 16 German and French tourists. Orchestrated by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, it was al-Qa`ida’s first successful international attack after 9/11, but it has received far less attention than other attacks launched by the group. Court documents, case files, and primary sources shed significant new light on the attack and al-Qa`ida’s then modus operandi for international attack planning, which has both similarities and differences with recent international terrorist plots carried out by the Islamic State. In retrospect, the Djerba attack should have been a warning sign of the international threat posed by Tunisian foreign fighters, who are now one of the most dangerous cohorts within the Islamic State.

On April 11, 2002, a Tunisian al-Qa`ida operative named Nizar Bin Muhammad Nasar Nawar (Sayf al-Din al-Tunisi) ignored security officers’ orders to stop and drove a truck filled with liquid propane into the wall of el-Ghriba Synagogue, one of Africa’s oldest Jewish synagogues, in Djerba, Tunisia.1 Masterminded by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM),a the attack killed 14 Germans, three Tunisians, and two Frenchmen and left 30 others injured. Although it was al-Qa`ida’s first successful external operation following the 9/11 attacks, little has been written about how the attack materialized. It is one of the only large-scale, post-9/11 attacks or plots that has not been given a full retrospective treatment based on information that has been gleaned since its execution.2 Additionally, in light of the current Islamic State external operation campaign, it is worth examining how the Djerba bombing compares to more recent terrorist attacks in order to shed light on the evolution of terrorist attack planning.

This article draws on court documents, media reports, Guantanamo Bay prisoner review files, and Arabic primary sources from the jihadi movement to tell the story of the attack. While there is much contradictory information, the author has attempted to piece together what really happened by cross-referencing sources and weighing their credibility. While many scholars and general observers were surprised at the number of Tunisians who became involved with jihadism following the country’s revolution, this study of the network behind the Djerba attack makes clear that Tunisians have, in fact, played a significant role in the global jihadi movement for decades. Equally relevant to understanding the contemporary threat picture, this article sheds light on the longstanding importance of entrepreneurial individuals who link different nodes of networks together.3

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