Fact CheckAlt News performed a Google search using the following keywords — 'pakistan man hanged by taliban' and found two reports from October 2015. The article with the headline 'Pakistani Taliban says hanged military officer as revenge for executions' reported, "...Pakistani Taliban has hanged a military intelligence officer in retaliation for recent executions of militants by Pakistan.." The report added, "Pakistan reinstated the death penalty last December after Taliban gunmen massacred 134 school children. Since then the Taliban have staged several deadly attacks, but the videos of the hanging appear to be the first staged execution of a military officer since the restoration of the death penalty." As per the report, a man who was executed identified himself as Bashir Ahmad Khan in one of the videos. The description of one of the videos in the report matches the viral video in question. It says, "In the second video, Khan is shown wrapped in a Pakistani flag, his eyes bound with black cloth and a noose around his neck... other militants shoot at his body and shout: 'God is great'.” Next, Alt News performed a keyword search using the name of the victim on Twitter and found that the account Terrormonitor.com had tweeted stills from the video in 2015. In a statement to Reuters in 2015, the Pakistan military denied that the man shown in the videos released by the Taliban was one of its intelligence officers. To sum it up, Canadian columnist Tarek Fatah shared an unverified clip of a man's execution by Taliban militants in 2015 without any context. The tweet can mislead viewers to believe that it is a recent video given the fact that tension between the Pakistan establishment and the Pakistani Taliban is on the rise. Tarek Fatah has been found to be sharing misinformation multiple times in the past. Readers can find the relevant Alt News fact checks here.