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"Taliban's father" Samiul Haq's killing – What's the big deal? "class =" imgopcity "/> Rawalpindi, Sandwich, Deobandi, Taliban, Sushant Sareen, Area" class = "imgopcity" /> Source: YouTube The murder of Rawalpindi by Maulana Samiul Haq, also known as Mullah Sandwich for its massage preference, is likely to be significant in its irrelevance. It is not yet clear whether his death was a murder or a murder. In both cases, it will probably not prove to be a soil degradation. The shock value of his death is only reinforced by the fact that it has come at a time when Pakistan is in Islamist mob strings that run crazy and puts the Islamic state to its knees. Maybe if this death happened at another time, it would not have caused more than a few ripples. Politically, Samiul Haq was a consumed force. Within the Deobandi movement, when he followed, his faction of Jamiat Ulema Islam had been outclassed, outnumbered and outmaneuvered by the fraction led by Maulana Fazlur Rehman. He got a little pull after Imran Khan tried to build him as a counter force to Fazlur Rehman in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Imran Kans party government in KP not only pumped money into Samiul Haq's madarsa but also adapted to him in the 2018 election. But this alliance was a bit of a side view. " In addition, Samiul Haq, chief of ISI, created the Difa-e-Pakistan Council. This is a virtual rogue gallery of jihadist groups that had been brought together by ISI to serve as a print group. The follow-up to the DPC gatherings aimed not only to convince, frighten or deter the United States and other Western countries from pushing Pakistan too hard against terrorism, but also against the political government not to do anything contrary to "national consensus" (as defined by the Islamists and their protector Pakistani army) in India. Samiul Haq – Taliban's father? Samiul Haq had been fame as "Taliban's father." But it was a bit of a stretch. At best he was one of Taliban's many illegal feet or godfathers. To the extent that the Taliban Movement is a Pakistani product that has been manufactured in its food sausage and then exported to – nay, allowed and charged – Afghanista n, Samiul Haq gave the moniker he was wearing as a reminder. But his influence, even more control over the Taliban, has been somewhat exaggerated. Many of the first generation of Taliban had come out of Darul Uloom Haqqania in Akora Khattak, which had been set up by Samiul Haq's father. Their barbarism and medievalism aside were these guys old schools in the sense that they had been imbibed and followed the old traditions of respect and respect for their ustad (teachers).

ustad usually put on a high pedestal and in this context, Samiul Haq probably had no influence on the older mass of the Taliban. But even this influence was limited. It was not as if he could dictate and control, much less controlling them. If anything, he was used more by the Taliban – both Afghan and Pakistani – to …

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Indian villagers crush tigress to death after she killed man

LUCKNOW, India – Villagers in northern India have crushed a tigress to death with a tractor after she killed a man. Forest officer Mahavir Kaujlagi said Monday that villagers had circled around the tigress after it killed a man working on farmland late Sunday. Kaujlagi says when the tigress tried to escape, the villagers crushed it under the wheels of …

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New Caledonia independence reimbursement: Pacific Ocean votes to remain part of France

New Caledonia is an archipelago in the southwestern Pacific, about 1,120 kilometers (750 miles) east of Australia and 17,000 kilometers (10,500 miles) from the metropolitan region of France. While some powers have been delegated to the islands, their population is French citizens and voted in the country's election; one of the 12 overseas territories France remained sovereign since the end …

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New Caledonia votes to remain part of France

(NOUMEA, New Caledonia) – A majority of voters in the South Pacific The New Caledonia chose to remain part of France instead of supporting Independence Sunday, a watercourse that led France's president Emmanuel Macron to promise a full dialogue about the archipelago's future. Final results, 56.4% of voters who participated in the referendum had decided to maintain relations with the …

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France's New Caledonia rejects independence in more stringent than expected voting

Islanders in the French Pacific New Caledonia on Sunday rejected independence in a referendum which revealed weaker than expected support to Paris in the resource-rich and strategic outpost. At the last bill, 56.4 percent of the population rejected the proposal that New Caledonia – about 18,000 kilometers from the French mainland – had become independent. The round was high at …

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One person dead after two small planes collide mid-air in Ottawa

Police walk on a property when they work at the site of a small plane crash in the Carp area of ​​Ottawa on Nov. The second plane, a twin -engine Piper with two people aboard, landed safely at the Ottawa International Airport Sunday morning after reporting the mishap to air traffic control, according to airport spokeswoman Krista Kealey. The plane …

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Saudi king to make week-long domestic tour amid Khashoggi crisis

FILE PHOTO: Saudi Arabia King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud attends the inauguration of the Haramain Railway connecting Mecca and Medina with the Red Sea coastal city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia September 25, 2018. Bandar Algaloud / Courtesy of Saudi Royal Court / Handout via REUTERS RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia's King Salman will embark on a week-long domestic tour …

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"Total disaster" as Italy storms kill at least 30

Floods killed 12 people on the island of Sicily, including nine members of a single family, who ran Italy's weekly stormwreck over 30, rescued Sunday. After a river exploded its banks, the family bodies including children 1, 3 and 15 were discovered in the coastal town of Casteldaccia east of the capital of Palermo. The rescue service said the house …

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Sicily Storm kills 9 members of 2 families like Villa floods

MILAN – Nine members of two families were killed in the same house in Sicily when the heavy rains and the high winds that hit Italy caused a river to blow their banks on Saturday night. In a few moments the rushing water filled the villa where the families lived, they drowned inside. A father and his daughter escaped injury …

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