Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty October 26, 2021 Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has appointed a new head of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency after weeks of speculation about a rift between civil and military leadership on the issue. Lieutenant General Nadeem Anjum was approved as spymaster after a final consultation between army chief General
Lt. Gen. Nadeem Ahmed Anjum has been appointed the new head of Pakistan's ISI, replacing Lt. Gen Faiz Hamid, who has been appointed the Peshawar corps commander, Dawn News reported.#TOLOnews pic.twitter.com/922djyv0Cc — TOLOnews (@TOLOnews) October 6, 2021
India Today: As Pakistan attempts to assert its influence in Kabul, there is a major tussle going on between Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief Lt General Faiz Hameed. Sources in the intelligence agencies said the tussle has come to a point where the Pakistan Army chief has been
“Iran should not allow Pakistan to play the role of the U.S. in Afghanistan.” Iranian MP: Pakistan's ISI head is involved in #PanjshirValley offensive as well as the formation of the Taliban cabinet. pic.twitter.com/5FpUcQdLN9 — Tehran Times (@TehranTimes79) September 12, 2021
By Radio Mashaal September 9, 2021 The head of U.S. Central Intelligence Agency met with the heads of Pakistan’s army and military intelligence in Islamabad for talks on the security situation in Afghanistan, where Pakistani intelligence has long backed the Taliban. Pakistani security officials said William Burns spoke with General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who is chief
By Abubakar Siddique Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty September 7, 2021 The powerful head of Pakistan’s notorious Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency appeared relaxed in his brown chinos and blue blazer as the media gathered after he arrived at Kabul’s five-star Sarena Hotel. “Please don’t worry — everything will be okay,” Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed told a Western
By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi September 7, 2021 Taliban militants have fired shots into the air to disperse a rally in Kabul after the militant group swept to power last month, as the United States sought to reassure it was working so that flights chartered by NGOs that are waiting to evacuate Americans and at-risk Afghans can leave the
Ayaz Gul VOA News September 6, 2021 ISLAMABAD – Afghanistan’s Taliban said Monday they had discussed bilateral security cooperation with Pakistan, including measures needed at border crossings between the two countries to stem the movement of terrorists into Pakistan. Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid told reporters in Kabul that a delegation from Islamabad visited the country
#BREAKING: Kamaluddin Nezami, governor of Panjshir told me via satellite phone that today their positions were bombed by drones several times. — Tajuden Soroush (@TajudenSoroush) September 5, 2021 #BREAKING: Ex, Samangan MP Zia Arianjad says Panjshir is being bombed by Pakistani drones. — Tajuden Soroush (@TajudenSoroush) September 5, 2021 Panjshir is under Taliban’s heavy attack.
The situation in the Panjshir valley remains tense and there have been heavy casualties on both sides. In a dispatch from the frontlines, the former Vice President of Afghanistan and the so-called caretaker president of the country Amrullah Saleh has written a moving personal account on the overall situation.