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TOLOnews.com, July 14, 2016

Ex-Afghan Spy Boss Leaks Documents, Calls on World to Designate Pakistan State-sponsor of Terrorism

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By Anisa Shaheed

Documents uncovered by Rahmatullah Nabil, former chief of Afghan Spy Agency—the National Directorate of Security (NDS) – shows that the money provided by the U.S government to the Pakistani military for fighting terrorism is in fact spent by Pakistan's Inter-service Intelligence (ISI) for promoting and supporting terrorism.

The documents also show that Pakistan strikes only those insurgents who threatens its interests.

Nabil called on President Ashraf Ghani to provide clear definitions of Afghanistan's friends and enemies so that the Afghan security and defense forces may direct their war in line in line with the correct discriptions.

Pakistani generals support Taliban Haqqani
Cartoon by Michael Ramirez

Nabil, by disclosing the intelligence documents, claims that Pakistan's ISI systematically supports the terrorist groups.

He says that Pakistan has over the years been funding terrorist organizations, particularly the Haqqani network, from the money they receive from the United States.

July 2014 (Pakistani military intelligence)

There are a number of other documents that reveal involvement of Pakistani military in supporting terrorism in Afghanistan.

Document (4): This document discussed the attack on Kabul Airport which was carried out during President Hamid Karzai's government.

On July 2014, an official letter from central office of ISI in Islamabad was sent to MI-422 office in Swaba, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, in which it directed the office to thank that the people that succeeded in plotting the attack on Kabul Airport (now Hamid Karzai International Airport) and gave 2.5 million Pakistani rupees to for every one of the following: Haji Khalil Haqqani, Haji Hakim Woluswal, Qari Zahir Shah and Mawlawi Hakim. Moreover, the office was directed to donate 1.5 million Pakistani rupees to the families of those that were involved in the attack.

A day before the letter was issued, insurgents attacked Kabul International Airport from under a construction building.

The ISI April 2015

The office was also directed to talk about details of an attack on Ministry of Borders and Tribal Affairs in Kabul and that it should be done by the Haqqani network. They had to present their report about their tasks at 3pm on July 23.

Document (5): The ISI 945 office in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in an official note dated April 6, 2015 to the central office in Islamabad wrote that: Officials of 945 office, in a meeting with Toryalai, the head of the network and his co-fighters on April 5, 2015, were tasked to kidnapped and kill Afghanistan's Shia leaders in Herat, Kabul and Farah. In addition, they gave 2 million Pakistani rupees to the participant in that meeting.

"Also it was specified that the relevant department of office 945 should prepare the required weapons and other equipment by Toryalai through the COD Akora Khattak and give them the weapons by the mentioned date. In the note it was mentioned that 23 people from Toryalai's group who were busy with military training in Cherat had completed their training.

Document (6): The central office of ISI located in Quetta in a tentative note to central office of IW in Islamabad and 945 office in Rawalpindi, presented the result of visit by a number of officers to the office with Quetta Shura of Taliban as follows:

March 2015

From ISI site office to central office in Islamabad and Rawalpindi

"The members of Taliban's Quetta Shura held a meeting about the peace process with Afghan government in which key commanders of the shura attended. They talked on mutual interests and policies as already given to them. In addition, the relevant officials gave needed directions to members of the council about the process. It is pertinent to mention that the note has mentioned that the advisory board (945, CID) forwarded all those terms and preconditions as directed from GHQ. After that the Shura's decision will be mutual then will be forwarded on a priority basis."

From ISI regional office in Peshawar to command center in Rawalpindi:

Enaam Rabbani, an ISI official reported to central office in Rawalpindi:

"Based on the orders of the central ISI office, the office directed its agents to transfer Atta Mohammad and Hafiz Loqman, two commanders of Haqqani network under leadership of Maulavi Zar Mohammad to Pakistani military base in Datta Khail are of Miran Shah in North Waziristan. The two commanders were finally transferred in police uniforms to a Pakistan army base," read the document on an ISI official letterhead.

ISI March 2015

From the central office to site office in Nawshera

Pakistani army colonel Ghulam Abbas writes: "The central ISI office has directed the 945 and 935 units to transfer all Haqqani network militants to Miran Shah, Topchi and Mir Ali under the cover of the army."

ISI letter August 2014

From regional office in Peshawar to central command center in Rawalpindi:

A Pakistani colonel writes: "I want to inform you that a meeting was held between Hafiz Gul Bahaduri of Hafiz Gul Bahadur group with the commander of Afghan Taliban Maulavi Hamdullah. The main purpose of the meeting was to provide rented houses to leaders of Afghan Taliban in Hayat Abad and Tahkal of Peshawar who have been deployed from remote regions of Miran Shah. In addition, armored vehicles and guards should be provided to secure their lives and activities."

According to Nabil, Pakistan officially support terrorist groups to reach their objectives in the region and the world, but by using US money.

He says that tens of thousands of Madrasas operate in Pakistan and are only involved in brain-washing, terrorism and extremism.

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