Terrifying: Al Qaeda has officially taken over Kabul’s security

KABUL, ($1= 86.10 Afghan Afghani) – Sources say one of the most wanted US $ 5 million terrorists is in Kabul and has been appointed by the Taliban as the city’s security chief. His name is Khalil Haqqani and the news was confirmed by the Israeli edition of The Times of Israel.

Khalil Haqqani is from the Hakani-Anas Hakani terrorist network. He was spotted on Friday [August 20th] in Kabul praying. Khalil Haqqani, in addition to being a wanted terrorist by the US authorities, is the uncle of another wanted terrorist, with a higher reward [$ 10 million] – Sirajuddin Haqqani, who is from the Taliban movement.

A British intelligence source told the Voice of America that “the fact that we have Khalil Hakani in charge of security in Kabul is appalling <…> Hakani and Al Qaeda have a long history together, it can be said that they are intertwined and it is they are unlikely to sever ties. “

BulgarianMilitary.com reminds you that in recent weeks, US President Joe Biden has personally “falsely” announced to the general international community that al-Qaeda has left Afghanistan. “Look, let’s put this in perspective. What interest do we have in Afghanistan at a time when al Qaeda is gone? We went to Afghanistan with the clear goal of getting rid of al Qaeda and also eliminating Osama bin Laden. And we did,” Biden told a news conference on August 20.

Hours later that day, a Pentagon spokesman had to refute Joe Biden’s remarks because both we and US intelligence knew that allegations that al-Qaeda was no longer in Afghanistan were fabrications. “We know that al Qaeda, like ISIS, is present in Afghanistan and we have talked about it for a long time.” According to Kirby, the United States believes that the number of al-Qaeda members in Afghanistan is not “too large, although we do not have accurate data.”

Asked to explain Joe Biden’s statement, Kirby said he said, “the level of al-Qaeda’s presence in Afghanistan is significant enough to worry the United States.”

BulgarianMilitary.com reminded you that last Tuesday, August 17, Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar arrived in Kabul to take part in talks to form a new “inclusive” government in Afghanistan. Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was in prison for many years but was released with US assistance to participate in US-Taliban talks last year in Doha, where an agreement was signed and ensured that US troops would be withdrawn from the country.

According to Israeli intelligence sources, Baradar continues to hold meetings with “jihadist leaders and politicians for inclusive government formation.”

BulgarianMilitary.com reminds you that currently, only the province of Panjshir in Afghanistan is not under the control of the Taliban. The anti-Taliban resistance has been located in this province, promising not to surrender to the advancing Taliban and liberate the country from them. Many Afghan soldiers in the resistance have fled defense positions in recent weeks.

Who Khalil Haqqani is?

A senior member of the Haqqani Network, Khalil al-Rahman Haqqani engages in fundraising activities on behalf of the Taliban and provides support to the Taliban operating in Afghanistan. As of early 2010, he provided funds to Taliban cells in Logar Province, Afghanistan. In 2009, Khalil was one of several people responsible for the detention of enemy prisoners captured by the Taliban and the Haqqani Network. Khalil has taken orders for Taliban operations from his nephew Sirajuddin Haqqani, who was designated by the United States in March 2008 pursuant to Executive Order 13224. Khalil has also acted on behalf of al-Qaida and has been linked to al-Qaida terrorist operations. In 2002, he was deploying men to reinforce al-Qaida elements in Paktia Province, Afghanistan.

The U.S. Department of the Treasury designated Khalil al-Rahman Haqqani a Specially Designated Global Terrorist under Executive Order 13224 on February 9, 2011.


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