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By Khalid Muhammad

Celebrated as a ragtag strength that defeated and broke the Soviet Union, not anyone envisioned the Mujahideen may deliver with them a deadly disease that may unfold like wildfire via Pakistan within the years to persist with. while the battle-worn warring parties lower back without enemy or warfare to struggle, they became their attractions at the kingdom that have been their writer and benefactor.

From a similar battlegrounds that birthed the Mujahideen, a tender Kamal Khan emerges as a special breed of warrior. Discarding his prosperous kin 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 by means of inner strength struggles, overseas espionage and doublespeak that makes Washington's spin medical professionals proud, Kamal's challenge is a nightmare of rampant militant fundamentalism that threatens to choke and take Pakistan hostage. For him, the struggle is not only for freedom, however the survival of a country.

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This would be the only opportunity he had to get the information from Kaleem and Kaleem seemed ready to share it. Dawood had been to Charsi’s several times as Kamal during his school days, but was confident that no one at the restaurant would know his name. It was a very busy restaurant, and hundreds of people passed through every week. Entering the restaurant, he smiled, said hello and placed an order for cold Pepsi bottles immediately and two kilos of salt roasted ribs, a favorite of every Pathan who visited Charsi’s.

Kamal shrugged off the question niggling at the back of his mind. “I’m more concerned with my first posting. I’m afraid I’ll spend the next year behind a desk at Military Intelligence in Gujranwala or Multan. ” Unlike other academies he had been to, the Jungle did not share final marks or grades with the candidates. These were passed directly to the Commandant along with respective instructor’s notes, which were added to the candidate’s file. Kamal did not receive a report on his overall performance, other than what he had gleaned from his instructors, making it hard to know where he might be posted.

All domestic intelligence agencies maintained offices within the walls of the mighty fort and it would be Kamal’s reporting station for the next year. Kamal’s entered Peshawar not via his family’s luxury vehicles but on a commuter bus launched from Rawalpindi. Commuter buses in Pakistan didn’t follow speed limits or practice safe driving, but hurtled towards their destination as if there were a pot of gold to be won. The Peshawar bus station, just three kilometers from the mighty fort, was a melting pot of all of Pakistan’s many peoples with every province and religion represented among the travelers.

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