New takfiri TTP group’s Jamaat ul Ahrar breaks away from ringleader Fazlullah

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Friday, 05 September 2014


Yazidi takfiri nasbi terrorist outfit Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) led by Mullah Fazlullah appear to have suffered a serious blow as the newly formed splinter group Jamaat ul Ahrar claims that it has the support of 70 to 80 per cent of (banned) TTP’s commanders and fighters. The group says they are not under (outlawed) TTP's command any more.

Speaking to Pakistani English daily “Dawn,” Ehsanullah Ehsan, the spokesperson for the new group Jamaat ul Ahrar, claimed that they were administratively a separate group now. Responding to a query if they would follow the orders of the banned TTP’s head, he said: “We, Jamaat ul Ahrar, have been administratively separated from them now."

When questioned further about the control exercised by the Mullah Fazlullah-led Taliban, Ehsan said: “I’ll not comment on this question, however, I can claim about 70 to 80 per cent of the TTP, including Swat, is now part of TTP Jamaat ul Ahrar”.

'Pakistan first'

The Jamaat ul Ahrar spokesperson added that the group focused on the implementation of “Shariah” globally, but as a starting point, "Pakistan is our first preference”. He was responding to a question on whether the group would focus attacks on US/Nato forces in Afghanistan.

The newly formed group claimed its first attack on the Khasadar force in Jamrud which left three personnel dead and one person injured. Key commanders belonging to the outlawed TTP had announced the formation of TTP Jamaat ul Ahrar last month, with Maulana Qasim Khorasani as the new Ameer.

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