BAJAUR AGENCY - Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), Bajaur Chapter, on Sunday termed the National Identity Card (NIC) for women and money from Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) as un-Islamic practices. In his FM radio speech, Chief of Bajaur Taliban Maulana Faqir Mohammad, strictly warned people and told them not to let women apply for National Identity Cards as the process get both men and women together at Nadra stations, which is contrary to Islamic Sharia. Islam does not allow such free mixing of opposite sexes as it gives way to obscenity, he added. Maulana Faqir Mohammad also said that money being given through Benazir Income Support Programme is 'haraam (against Islam) as a foreign country has provided it. He also criticised the aid being given to Internally Displace Persons (IDPs) of Bajaur in this regard. He urged the IDPs not to accept the aid. He stressed on the government to control price-hike through economic reforms instead of looking for foreign aid. Agencies add: A senior Taliban commander says the group carried out a suicide attack against a paramilitary camp in Islamabad on Saturday night that killed eight members of the security force. Hakimullah Mehsud, a deputy to Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) leader Baitullah Mehsud, says his group will carry out two suicide attacks per week in Pakistan like the one in Islamabad on Saturday. Hakimullah warned last week that his group would attack Islamabad in retaliation for American drone missile strikes against militants in Pakistan near the Afghan border. We claim responsibility for the Islamabad suicide attack. It was in retaliation for a drone attack in Orakzai, Taliban commander Hakimullah, a close aide of feared Taliban chief Baitullah Mehsud, told foreign news agencies. Hakimullah warned the government of more attacks if missile strikes by US drones continued. In Islamabad we have been successful to hit our target and we will launch more attacks in retaliation for drone attacks, he said.