Taliban’s conservative perception of Islam poses challenges to Pakistan, TTP ulcerates
Islamabad (Islamabad). The Taliban’s orthodox perception of Islam poses a major challenge for Pakistan. While Islamabad appears to stand by the values of freedom and human rights, Pakistan’s Taliban ideology is the complete opposite of this. Muhammad Amir Rana said these things in his Dawn article. According to the author, the Taliban believe in religiously motivated violence and hatred that undermines the foundations of society.
Conservatism has left the religious tenets of the Taliban regime behind, and this ideological problem can be seen in Pakistani society. In this situation, the Pakistani government seems more concerned about Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and other Taliban allies. “The Taliban and their affiliated terrorists and his group are testing Pakistan’s strategic community’s perception that Pakistani madrassah-Taliban ties are the political capital of the nation,” the author said in the article. .
Spread of TTP jihad through madrasas
Banned TTP chief Noor Wali Mehsud recently said his group was conducting jihad in the country. He himself confirmed that Pakistani madrassah teachers were engaged in the propaganda. Please keep it to Most of these have espoused modern values of freedom and human rights. That is why they openly denounce the policies of the Taliban in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, the Taliban in Pakistan are also following in the footsteps of the Taliban in Afghanistan, which has raised concerns.
Park Taliban threatens political party
At the beginning of the new year itself, the TTP threatened to target the leaders of the two main parties in the ruling coalition if they continued to support tough measures against terrorists. The TTP is believed to be close to Al Qaeda. He warned the ruling coalition of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N), led by Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif, and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), led by Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
The TTP warned that the general public should avoid approaching such celebrities. The group claimed to be conducting jihad only in Pakistan and that our target was the security services occupying the country. It specifically warned Foreign Minister Bilawal, whose mother, former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, was killed in a 2007 terrorist attack. said the statement.
Pakistan had hope from Taliban in Afghanistan
After coming to power, Pakistan hoped that by expelling the TTP operatives, the Afghan Taliban would stop using the land against Pakistan, but relations with Islamabad deteriorated. It doesn’t seem to have stopped doing so, despite the fact that TTP has been accused of carrying out multiple attacks in Pakistan. Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai was attacked by his TTP in 2012.
Meanwhile, TTP chief Mufti Noor Wali Mehsud said his organization was ready for a ceasefire agreement with the Pakistani government. Last November, the TTP ordered the militants to attack the security forces, as he scrapped an indefinite ceasefire agreement with the government in June 2022. However, the formidable group claimed they had not broken the ceasefire agreement with the government.
TTP named it Jihad
In a video message, Meshud said that if Pakistani religious scholars feel that our jihad is heading in the wrong direction, his organization is ready to be led by these scholars. The head of the TTP said, “If you find any problem with the jihad we have done, if you feel that we have changed course, if you feel that we have lost our way, please guide us. We are always ready to listen to your arguments.
The TTP becomes the first ulcer to appear in Agniban after the Taliban’s conservative perception of Islam poses a challenge to Pakistan.
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