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Dissident Taliban commander claims Pakistani intel ordered him to conduct assassinations, attacks in Afghanistan | The Long War Journal

Dissident Taliban commander claims Pakistani intel ordered him to conduct assassinations, attacks in Afghanistan | The Long War Journal

A former senior Taliban leader who was ousted by Mullah Omar in 2007 has rejected Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour as the new emir of the group and accused Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate of ordering him to conduct assassinations and attacks in Afghanistan.

Source: Dissident Taliban commander claims Pakistani intel ordered him to conduct assassinations, attacks in Afghanistan | The Long War Journal