By Khalid Muhammad
Celebrated as a ragtag strength that defeated and broke the Soviet Union, not anyone envisioned the Mujahideen could convey with them a deadly disease that might unfold like wildfire via Pakistan within the years to keep on with. whilst the battle-worn opponents again without enemy or battle to struggle, they became their points of interest at the kingdom that have been their writer and benefactor.
From an identical battlegrounds that birthed the Mujahideen, a tender Kamal Khan emerges as a unique breed of warrior. Discarding his prosperous relations comforts, Kamal turns into a precision sniper, an invincible commando and a clandestine operative bringing intimidation, dominance and loss of life with him to the battlefield. finishing the plague is his top directive.
Shrouded in political expediency, hampered via inner energy struggles, overseas espionage and doublespeak that makes Washington's spin medical professionals proud, Kamal's undertaking is a nightmare of rampant militant fundamentalism that threatens to choke and take Pakistan hostage. For him, the struggle isn't just for freedom, however the survival of a state.
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Kamal surprised himself with the results of these classes. He wasn’t a talkative person, and didn’t consider himself a great communicator. He had always been solitary, and made few friends at The Jungle, except for those he had known coming in to the academy. ” Major Iftikhar shared a smoke with Kamal after lunch almost every day. “I think that’s what’s surprising you — you manage to say what you need in just a few words. ” Kamal took the praise a little wryly. ” At the Major ’s questioning look, Kamal brushed aside any explanation.
A second instructor, and then a third stepped forward to straighten out the civilian population of the room. The military candidates stood watching, making no attempt to hide their contempt. The volume increased exponentially as the instructors took each individual’s weaknesses and beat them over the head with them. The civvies did their best to follow the orders, perhaps for the first time in their overprivileged, coddled lives, eventually falling into some semblance of order and discipline.
Name: Dawood Islam. ” the visitor asked, keeping a close watch on the door to the teahouse, knowing that at any moment things could go sideways. Kamal had been in Peshawar for two months now and had finally started to settle into a daily routine, with intermittent ‘visitors’. The visitors were nondescript messengers sent from Kamal’s handler to gather any new intelligence that he had acquired. He knew nothing of them and they knew nothing of him, other than a signal that would identify one to the other.