Saturday, May 17, 2014

Another Muslim Terrorist Released by Pakistan

This is what catch and release gets you.  Once convicted, Muslim  terrorists must never be released.


Released Pakistani Prisoner Named Taliban Military Commander

Added by John Amaruso on May 14, 2014.

Saved under John Amaruso, Pakistan, World

A Taliban leader who had been jailed in Pakistan and released at the request of Afghan officials in a bid for peace negotiations has been named the Taliban’s new military commander. While little is known about Ibrahim Sadar, the man who succeeds Mullah Abdul Qaum Zakir as Taliban’s top military commander, officials say he has close ties with Pakistan’s notoriously double-sided intelligence organization the ISI. Analysts say the appointment of Sadar may signal a reassertion of Pakistani control over the group following the continued pullout of U.S. forces.

Pakistan has been a hotbed for Islamic extremism and a notable point of interest for counter terrorist operations. The country has been a safe haven for much of the Afghan Taliban’s leadership, much of them residing in Pakistan’s “lawless” northwest region which borders Afghanistan. ISI agents have been known to accept bribes for safe passage of the Afghan Taliban, as well as the harboring of known high ranking officials. Osama Bin Laden was found in a safehouse in the town of Abottabad, adjacent to one of Pakistan’s largest military installations.

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