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‘Al-Qaeda not completely uprooted in Afghanistan’

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KABUL: The Afghan government says that the roots of the al-Qaeda network are still alive in Afghanistan and the group still poses a threat to the country and the world and is collaborating with the Taliban.

But the Taliban has rejected any type of relations with al-Qaeda. The US presence in Afghanistan over the last 20 years was due to the existence of al-Qaeda. US President Joe Biden last month said the US has achieved its objectives in the Afghanistan war.

“Right now, al-Qaeda and Talib are not two different ideologic topics; they are beyond that as they have intermarried within their families,” NDS chief Ahmad Zia Saraj said last week. “Al-Qaeda was not owned by bin Laden,” said Atiqullah Amarkhil, a former military officer. “Al-Qaeda is still active in Afghanistan.”
 

Sinnerman108

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The Afghanis are now making all the noise they can,
They know very well what has happened, and what is coming their way in the next 1 year.
 

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So, the USA now needs Pak more than ever before.....

As for President Biden, Pak is 50x more important than NA thugs who can be disposed like toilet paper......
 

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Perhaps not fully uprooted but don’t expect a reboot.

 

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So after 20 years they could not defeat a militia like AlCiada, it seems like they will leave all this for Pakistan to deal with once they leave.
 

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What have the Americans been doing all this type if they have not resolved this one issue?
 

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