Taliban Says Local Cellular Service Is Jewish-Zionist Spy Network

The Taliban is sounding a little punch-drunk.
The terror organization is accusing Jewish-Zionist cellular phone companies in the region of spying on them and using the information for drone attacks.
The Daily Times reported:

The Taliban on Tuesday warned the government to stop expanding its mobile telephone network in Waziristan, claiming it would be used to spy on them.

They circulated a pamphlet in Wana, the main town of South Waziristan, telling authorities to stop the network expansion and ordering vendors to stop selling SIM cards, residents and officials said. “A Jewish, Zionist-backed company is setting up the mobile phone network in Waziristan, which would be used to spy on Taliban activities and for drone attacks,” said the pamphlet.

“This network is equipped with a global positioning system (GPS) and can give the location of a person even if his mobile phone is switched off,” it said. “In Iraq and Afghanistan such a system has been used to launch attacks against mujahideen,” the leaflet added. “The government and those selling SIMs will be treated as criminals by us,” it warned.


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