4 Pakistanis and deputy leader of Daish (ISIL) Khorasan Branch killed in drone strike

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Tuesday, 10 February 2015


Mulla Abdul Rauf, a Deobandi takfiri Taliban, has been killed after he joined Wahhabi-takfiri Daish (ISIL) who made him deputy leader of their Khorasan chapter that comprises Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran with some parts of India.

 

It is an interesting and for many, amazing, aspect of the news that Mulla Abdul Rauf was released from the U.S.’s Guantanamo prisoner where he was detained for his role as Taliban commander. On his return, he resumed his position as Taliban commander and recently began hiring for Daish (ISIS). It is established fact that almost all known takfiri ringleaders from OBL to Zarqawi and from Afghan Taliban to TTP, had been recruited by the U.S.-Saudi intelligence officials or bought by them

Now, a drone strike in Afghanistan has killed him. The police chief of Helmand said that former Taliban commander Mulla Abdul Rauf had died in the NATO strike.

Tribal elders in northern Helmand say a car carrying up to six people was destroyed while crossing the desert. The car was loaded with ammunition and exploded, reports said.

Analysts are divided over whether those flying black flags in Afghanistan are opportunists or are directed by the Daish (ISIL) leadership in Syria and Iraq.

The commander killed in Helmand, Mulla Abdul Rauf, was appointed deputy commander in the region some weeks after he first declared his allegiance when he split from the Taliban. The air strike that killed him was one of the first reported under Nato's new mandate. The Afghan Intelligence Agency also said Rauf had been killed. NATO confirmed the air strike, but not the intended target.
Afghan forces say it has been very hard to call in air strikes under the new NATO mandate since the beginning of this year. This was one of the first strikes to be approved.

The Deobandi-Wahhabi-takfiri militant commander's brother-in-law and four Pakistanis were also killed in the attack, Helmand police chief Nabi Jan Mullah Khel was quoted by Reuters as saying.

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