After the Taliban could not breach the defences of Panjshir, the Pakistani army dropped unannounced and attacked the National Resistance forces. Pakistani drones attacked Panjshir using ‘smart bombs’ on Sunday and, in a great setback to the Resistance, Ahmad Massoud’s close aid Mohammad Fahim Dashty, a journalist, and leader was killed.
Gutwrenching sad news coming from Panjshir valley. Ahmad Massoud's close aide Mohammad Fahim Dashty has been killed in action in the battle between Northern Alliance Resistance Force and Taliban terrorists. This was his last video on September 1st. Rest in Peace, Braveheart! pic.twitter.com/YVQdF1YuHq
— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) September 5, 2021
However, it is now being insinuated that Dashty might have been killed after BBC — an unspoken stooge and activist of Pakistan and its terror activities deliberately gave away his location. According to reports, Fahim was on an interview with the BBC Persian when the screen suddenly turned black and flashed a satellite number which is believed to be Fahim’s.
The Taliban and Pakistani forces appeared to have tracked down his location using the number. ZalmaiNishat, a policy expert tweeted, “I was watching an interview of @FahimDashty with @bbcpersian . At one point the former’s video disappeared. Instead, his satellite phone number was displayed on the screen. The BCC failed to ensure its anonymity. There are allegations that a drone traced has him via this number,”
I was watching an interview of @FahimDashty with @bbcpersian. At one point the former's video disappeared. Instead, his satellite phone number was displayed on the screen. The BCC failed to ensure its anonymity. There are allegations that a drone traced has him via this number: pic.twitter.com/oI7mANuVuP
— Zalmai Nishat (@ZalNishat) September 5, 2021
Dashty, like his acting President – Amrullah Saleh had refused the offer of joining the government with the Taliban, saying the forces are prepared to die to ensure a good future for the people in the war-torn country, Dashty had echoed similar sentiments.
In an interview, he had stated, “If we succeed in our goals to ensure the rise of people of Afghanistan, to ensure a future for the people of the country, for our nation to establish a government, a system which will be responsive to the needs of the people of Afghanistan, legitimate in front of Afghanistan and the international community and so on and so forth,”
BBC batting for Pakistan
BBC’s love for Pakistan is not hidden and it was in the news for all the wrongs reasons last week after shutting down Christine Fair, the moment she started exposing Pakistan’s role in supporting global Jihad and Taliban during a conversation on Pakistan’s role in Taliban takeover. The channel anchor tried to silence Christine and said that Pakistan’s diplomats were not here to defend themselves.
Moreover, the supposed ‘unbiased’ publication has begun portraying Pakistan as a victim who is on a mission to end the ‘war of terror. In a recent article titled ‘Afghanistan: What rise of Taliban means for Pakistan’, BBC openly supported Pakistan.
The article states that Pakistan is not perceived as a firm ally in the battle against jihadist terrorism. Also that it has long been accused by many in the United States and elsewhere of providing support for the Taliban. Moreover, it shamelessly portrays Pakistan as a rebel against terror and claims that Pakistan positioned itself as an ally of the US in the so-called “war on terror”, after the 9/11 attacks that were planned in Afghanistan.
Pakistan is coming after the last bastion of civilian government and if it is destroyed, Afghanistan will completely land in the hands of the Taliban. And it appears that news channels like BBC are actively conspiring to expedite the process.