Pakistan Govt appoints Masood Khan as envoy to U.S

Washington: According to a media source, Masood Khan, a terrorist supporter and former president of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), has been selected as Pakistan's ambassador to the United States.

Pakistan's reputation has been tarnished by the appointment of a new ambassador who is a supporter of terrorism, despite the fact that the country has played a key role in assisting the Taliban, particularly since the fall of the Afghan government in August.

Masood Khan, according to National Review, is a dangerous radical with a lengthy history of collaborating with Islamists in the West and "jihadists" in the East. According to National Review, his appointment demonstrates an increasingly dangerous Pakistani administration that is attempting to empower Islamists all over the world, especially in the United States.

While serving as president of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) in July of this year, Khan sent a "special message" to Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani, who was slain in 2016 on the fifth anniversary of his death. Khan is a supporter of several terrorist groups in addition to Hizbul Mujahideen.  He attended the All Parties Kashmir Solidarity Conference in Islamabad in 2019.

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