A devastating report has surfaced indicating that al-Qaeda is now operating with “increased freedom of movement” inside Afghanistan following President Joe Biden’s catastrophic withdrawal from the nation.
The Islamic terrorist group responsible for the 9/11 attack in the United States that cost the lives of almost 3,000 Americans appears to have carte blanche from the Taliban inside Afghanistan.
The report detailing the monstrous development was published in May and came from experts who quietly submitted it to the UN Security Council.
“The relationship between the Taliban and Al-Qaeda remains close, with the latter celebrating the former’s success and renewing its pledge of allegiance to [Taliban leader Hibatullah Akhundzada],” the report contends. “Member State assessments thus far suggest that al Qaeda has a safe haven under the Taliban and increased freedom of action. Ayman al-Zawahiri has issued more frequent recorded messages since August, and there is now proof of life for him as recently as February 2022.”
Under the Taliban, two major fears of the US & international community are a reality in #Afghanistan now: the narcotic industry is booming & Al Qaeda is expanding and regaining strength (Al-Zawahiri announced allegiance with the Taliban last week)
— Lina Rozbih (@LinaRozbih) May 31, 2022
This is an understatement. As we Tweet, the Taliban, ISIS, Al Qaeda, and other various terrorist networks are training young boys to become suicide bombers, planning their next terrorist attack in #Afghanistan against schools educating men (women are not allowed), etc. @CENTCOM https://t.co/cTtHm8k3bf
— Joyce Bruns (@JoyceBruns) June 5, 2022
UN experts are saying that with the onset of better weather in #Afghanistan, clashes may escalate as IS-K and resistance forces “undertake operations against the #Taliban”.
The experts added that IS-K and al-Qaeda seem to be capable of launching international attacks before 2023. pic.twitter.com/nJSaAJykXl
— Reporterly (@Reporterlyaf) June 3, 2022
Al-Qaeda is not the only terrorist faction flourishing in Afghanistan since Biden’s withdrawal which cost the lives of 13 American soldiers. ISIS-K “has financial resources and has grown in strength through prison releases and new recruitments.” The Haqqani Network also is described in the report as the “most successful” in garnering favor with the Taliban and the most “influential” of the terrorist groups.
According to the report, al-Qaeda is “pleased with developments in Afghanistan” and the terrorist group has used Biden’s botched withdrawal from the country “to attract new recruits and funding and inspire al Qaeda affiliates globally.”
“Going forward, al Qaeda appears free to pursue its objectives, short of international attacks or other high-profile activity that could embarrass the Taliban or harm their interests,” the report asserts. “These objectives are likely to include recruitment, training, fundraising, and al-Zawahiri’s video communications. It is assessed that al Qaeda is focused on reorganizing itself in the short-to-medium term with the ultimate objective of continuing its idea of global jihad. While al Qaeda is reportedly aware of the need to avoid embarrassing the Taliban, it is noteworthy that when Taliban authorities were pressing to receive humanitarian support from the United Nations, al Qaeda did not soften its tone regarding the United Nations or its future intentions to mount attacks against Western targets.”
According to Liberty One, the Taliban denied the report by the United Nations on Monday proclaiming the presence of foreign fighters in Afghanistan is “unfounded.”
The al-Qaeda leader pledged allegiance to the Taliban!#Afghan #Terrorism #AlQaeda #Afghanistan #TalibanTerrorists #HumanRights pic.twitter.com/ciswW5V6PN
— atiq shahid (@atiqshahid2) June 6, 2022
Does anyone in USA or Europe even care that Al Qaeda terrorist leader Zawahiri renewed his pledge of allegiance to Taliban leader in Afghanistan 🇦🇫? Al Qaeda and 21 other terrorists groups with regional and global agendas are freely operating in Afghanistan now. pic.twitter.com/cDETHS1jOg
— Samurai 1980 (@Samurai19801) May 31, 2022
The Department of Defense admitted in a report released in May that Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan likely empowered al-Qaeda.
The report from the department’s inspector general rang alarm bells that terrorism could be on the rise in Afghanistan following the pullout of American forces. It outlined that the United States Central Command predicts the Taliban will “likely loosen its restrictions on Al-Qaeda” within the next year or two. According to the UN, that has ostensibly already happened.
The relaxed rules within the country will likely allow al-Qaeda to have greater freedom to train, travel, and potentially reestablish its capability for external operations. The group has maintained a “low profile” in recent months but all of that could change quickly.
Al-Qaeda resurgent in Afghanistan.
Biden, “It’s not like they have access to modern weaponry … Oops!”
— JDoors (@JDoors2525) June 6, 2022
— Jamjam (@Jamjam2A) June 6, 2022
Thanks Joe biden
— JOE BIDEN IS A DUMMY (@theriz7777) June 6, 2022
The report also questions the US’ intelligence strategy being used in the country. The Department of Defense has unsurprisingly had a severe loss of human intelligence on the ground following the withdrawal, hindering its capacity to track terrorist targets in Afghanistan.
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