The militant group is attempting during the deadly COVID-19 outbreak to paint itself as an organisation that care about public health. Decades of evidence suggests otherwise.
The FATA Disabled Welfare Organisation began helping residents of tribal districts in 2015, offering physical and moral assistance to tribal residents disabled by terrorist attacks.
The 3 entities include Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD), ISIS-Libya and ISIS-Yemen.
The TTP is being forced to choose increasingly obscure leaders as Pakistani, Afghan and US forces keep killing off their commanders -- and as the public no longer supports their 'jihad'.
Many of Javedullah Khan's relatives, including a brother, uncles and cousins, were killed due to their involvement in anti-TTP peace committees.
Maulana Muhammad Ahmad Ludhianvi, chief of ASWJ, said the Iranian regime is part of a conspiracy to sow sectarian discord in Pakistan.
Police stopped the suicide bomber from entering a religious rally, preventing greater casualties.
Shehryar Mehsud, a TTP faction leader, was killed by a remote-controlled bomb in Afghanistan. Sheikh Khalid Haqqani, a member of the TTP's consultative council, was killed in late January.
The killing of the militant leaders behind the blast has weakened the insurgent outfit and bolstered residents' hopes for peace in Sindh.
Previously named as Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Quraishi, the terrorist leader is now said to be an Iraqi Turkmen named Amir Mohammed Abdul Rahman al-Mawli al-Salbi.