Pakisan’s ISI blamed for instability in Afghanistan
By Ghanizada - Thu Dec 29, 1:21 pm
Thursday, December 29, 2011 – Pakistan’s army intelligence, Inter Service Intelligence (ISI) involved for chained assassinations in Afghanistan.
Dozens of Afghan religious scholars following a summit on Wednesday accused the Inter Service Intelligence Agency of Pakistan for plotting assassinations plans and instability in Afghanistan.
Afghan scholars following an enormous gathering at the Taloqan city of northern Takhar province also accused a number of the foreign intelligence departments for having hands in growing violence in Afghanistan.
This comes as the Pakistan’s Army Intelligence; Inter Service Intelligence was accused of being involved in a number of other relative issues in Afghanistan.
The gathering was formed in response to the assassination of an Afghan member of the House of Representatives.
An Afghan parliament member representing the northern Takhar province was killed following a deadly suicide bomb attack, which stormed a funeral of an Afghan tribal elder in the city of Taloqan.
In the meantime, Afghan president Hamid Karzai earlier in the month of December following an interview with the Der Spiegel weekly accused Pakistan of sabotaging all negotiations with the Taliban.
President Karzai’s comment was followed by Pakistan’s decision to boycott an international conference on Afghanistan starting Monday in Bonn following the death of at least 24 Pakistani soldiers in an air raid by NATO.