People linked to ISIS, al-Qaeda banned from entering Pakistan

Baaghi TV, 23rd May: 14 people linked to ISIS, al-Qaeda are banned from entering Pakistan.

According to the report of Baaghi TV, the UN Security Council has banned the entry of several people into Pakistan on the basis of their affiliation with ISIS and Al-Qaeda, which the Pakistani Interior Ministry has issued orders for implementation.

According to the report of a private newspaper, based on their affiliation with ISIS and Al-Qaeda, the Emir of Iraq Mohammad Saeed Abdul Rahman Al-Mawla, Abu Ibrahim Al-Hashimi Al-Qureshi, Haji Abdullah, Ali Al-Turkmani, Abdullah Qardish, Abu Abdullah Qardish, Alhaj Abdullah Al-Qardish, Haji Abdullah Al-Farahi, Abdul Amir Mohammad Saeed, Mohammad Syed Abdul Rahman Mola, Akmar Mohammad Sadid Abdul Rahman Mohammad Mola, and Ustad Ahmed are banned from entering Pakistan.

According to the report, their movable and immovable assets in Pakistan have been confiscated and their affairs have been ordered to be investigated by identifying their relatives and liaisons in Pakistan.

The Pakistani Foreign Ministry has issued orders to implement the May 21 UN Security Council decision on the same day.

The Security Council requested that in addition to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s ongoing inspections in Iran, it monitors Iran’s compliance with “the steps required by the IAEA Board”. No individual or organization in Pakistan will be able to raise funds for these people through donations.

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for more updates!

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