Faqir Mohammed

Faqir Mohammed

Maulvi Faqir Mohammed (Pashto/Urdu: فقیر محمد) (c. 1970) is a member of the Mamond tribe and, until March 2012, a deputy leader of the Pakistani Taliban umbrella group Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan. He was reported as killed on 5 March 2010 during a helicopter gunship attack on militants by the Pakistani military although he denied the reports as false. In July 2011, he resurfaced on the air broadcasting radio shows out of Afghanistan.

Read more about Faqir Mohammed:  Background, Relationship With Al-Qaeda, Commander Faqir, 2009 Ceasefire, TTP Leadership Changes, Reported Death, Cross-border Raids, TTP Demotion

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