Western analysts suspect the ISI is divided, with some elements increasingly seeing militants as a domestic threat after Taliban and al Qaeda-linked bombings killed more than 4,240 people in Pakistan in the past four years.
"We are facing a big enemy in Afghanistan and fighting its forces. We are active neither in Pakistan nor any other part of the world. Our operations are restricted to Afghanistan," Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Taliban, told the Afghan Islamic Press by phone from an undisclosed location. Read full article here