15 terrorists bombed in fresh airstrikes in Tirah Valley



At least 15 terrorists were killed in air strikes by Pakistan Military at suspected militants’ hideouts in Tirah Valley early of Tuesday, military sources have said.

Military jets targeted nine hideouts in Tirah near Pak-Afghan border, in which at least 15 terrorists were killed, confirmed Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

A big cache of arms and ammunition were also destroyed in the offensive, it was added.

Pakistan Military has been targeting suspected militant hideouts in the tribal areas including North Waziristan and Khyber Agency since April.   Until now, 112 suspected militants have been killed in airstrikes by the national forces.


  1. The series of terrorist attacks in the last few days show that the terrorists are unwilling to lay down their weapons and abide by the rule of the law. The terrorists need to be made aware that they cannot continue to attack at will. They need to be made aware that there will be serious repercussions associated with their terrorist activities. Our nations have made a lot of sacrifices in countering the threat of terrorism, and our common enemies have been unable to break our shared will and desire to fight for peace in the region. Pakistan in particular continues to face the wrath of terrorism. We greatly appreciate all of Pakistan’s sacrifices in the region, and fully support Pakistani government’s efforts to restore peace in the region.

    Ali Khan
    Digital Engagement Team, USCENTCOM

  2. I think it’s fair to say that Pakistan takes no pleasure in killing fellow Pakistanis. Extreme or moderate – brothers none the less. And let’s also make clear that the discontent of the extremists has been largely fuelled by American rhetoric and clever chess playing.

  3. Lol – let’s face it – America largely Jewish administration is making muslim kill muslim worldwide without firing a single bullet. Oh and let’s not forget the fact that they are SELLING arms to both parties – a small trick they learned from the British.

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