Haqqani Network Struggles To Use Up Explosives For Fiscal Year
PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN — Officials from The Haqqani Network claim that the terror network is struggling to use up its explosives quota amid lingering buget cuts.
Known for its sophisticated terrorist operations in Afghanistan, the network has struggled with more rudimentary financial problems this past year — namely the justification for more explosives. Although only half way through the fiscal year, the terror group is behind on its use of explosives of all types.
The network has publicly set goals for more massive attacks against Afghan and coalition forces in Afghanistan, but recent accounting figures show the network lagging over 30 percent behind their FY 2012 numbers.
The shortfall can be traced to the trademark corruption that makes the Haqqani Network a staple proxy of both Pakistani foreign policy, as well as one of the most efficiently run corrupt enterprises in entire jihadist movement. However, financial mismanagement, coupled with a lack of oversight on explosive use have creat…
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