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US President Joe Biden made the “worst political decision in our lifetimes” by withdrawing all American troops from Afghanistan, according to Former EA to US President Reagan Peggy Grande. Ms Grande discussed the advice given by Biden’s military advisory team, who testified at a Senate hearing they had advised Biden not to withdraw all American troops ahead of the evacuation. “How could President Biden listen to this and still proceed with his zero-troop sum game?” Ms Grande questioned. “He either was not telling us the truth about what he was told or doesn’t recall the truth – both of which are terrifying options.”
The former MI6 chief Sir Alex Younger has described the withdrawal from Afghanistan as unnecessarily self-harming and the thinking behind it “at best naïve and at worst wildly reckless”. He said he couldn’t get his head around some of the decisions. Sir Alex said that turning our back on Afghanistan will increase the threat level to the UK and that “however humiliated” we are, the UK must not make that mistake again. He also said that Afghanistan has shown the limits of nation-building.
The Taliban hung the bodies of alleged kidnappers from a crane parked in a city square in Herat. According to the Taliban, they had shot dead four alleged kidnappers. The body was hung with a note, “whoever kidnaps others, will end up like this,” on the chest. The gruesome display comes after Mullah Nooruddin Turabi warned that extreme punishments would resume in Afghanistan #Taliban#Herat
One of the founders of the Taliban has said that “Cutting off of hands is very necessary for security”. In an interview Mullah Nooruddin Turabi who was the chief enforcer of its harsh interpretation of Islamic law when the Taliban last ruled Afghanistan said that the extremists will once again carry out the executions and amputations of limbs, perhaps not in public. He not only dismissed the executions carried out by the hard-lined movement in the past but declared that nobody should “tell us what our laws should be.”
Two Taliban fighters and three civilians were reportedly killed in an attack in Afghanistan’s Jalalabad. The attack comes a week after a series of bombings killed 3 people that was claimed by ISIS-K. Since the Taliban takeover on August 15, the ISIS movement in the country has rapidly increased. ISIS, with its agenda of a global Caliphate, announced the establishment of an Afghanistan branch in 2015. #Taliban#Jalalabad#ISISKhorasan#ISKP#Afghanistan
Sky News host Peta Credlin says images of hooded Afghan women in a Kabul lecture theatre “bust the myth” that the Taliban of 2021 is “gentler and kinder” than the Taliban of 2001. “According to reports they’re saying some of these women are wearing head coverings that completely cover their eyes,” she said. “Let’s be very clear about what this is. It is stone age stuff. “It’s grotesque, it’s evil, it diminishes women to the status of non-person. “Now think for a second about the pathetic insecurity at the heart of this ideology that permits it. “One that’s so terrified by the prospect of women and girls with identities and bodies and faces, even hands, that they imprison them under these cloaks of black and only allow the human woman to be seen in the home.”
Rep. Tony Gonzales, R-Texas, reacts to the FBI report claiming Saudi officials were in contact with 9/11 hijackers, arguing the U.S. needs to get to the root of it and that Saudi Arabia has to be ‘held accountable’ for attacks.
Sky News host Paul Murray says China is considering taking over Bagram army base which was built by the Americans in Afghanistan. “Now China seems to have learnt the lesson that the Russians and the Americans and the rest of the western world have not,” he said. “You don’t have to fire a shot; you can buy off countries to control them and Belt and Road is actually the way they plan to do it.”
The Taliban has announced a caretaker cabinet for their keenly awaited govt in Afghanistan. The Taliban has appointed Mohammad Hasan Akhund as head of Afghanistan’s new caretaker government. The announcement of the acting cabinet is a key step in the formation of a permanent Taliban government. The Taliban has released a list of 32 posts assigned to the armed group’s top leaders and Haqqanis. The list includes 5 UN-designated terrorists who will lead the Taliban government. Sirajuddin Haqqani, who will be the interior minister in the government, is on the FBI’s most-wanted list. #TalibanGovernment#Afghanistan#HasanAkhund
The Taliban has announced the names of several acting cabinet ministers of a new caretaker government in Afghanistan led by Mohammad Hasan Akhund. Abdul Ghani Baradar will be the deputy leader and Sirajuddin Haqqani has been named as interior minister, chief spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said at a press conference on Tuesday. Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob, son of Mullah Omar, has been named as defence minister. Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford reporting from Kabul said many of the names announced were “old faces”. There was no evidence of non-Taliban members in the lineup, a big demand of the international community.
After weeks of disagreements between different factions, the Taliban is said to have picked its head of the state. According to sources, Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund is likely to head the Taliban govt in Afghanistan. Sources say that the Taliban’s supreme leader Hibatullah Akhundzada picked Hasan Akhund for the post. Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund heads ‘Rahbari Shura’ or the leadership council of the Taliban. Mullah Hasan Akhund is a relatively lesser-known leader of the group who hasn’t been seen in the public yet. #Taliban#Afghanistan#MullahHasanAkhund#TalibanPM
Panjshir Taliban Resistance -Fighting intensifies in the Afghan Valey Shah Mahmood Qureshi- Pakistan Foreign minister British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is in Pakistan’s Capital Holding talks on Afghanistan Raab Met The Pakistani Foreign Minister and senior Leaders to discuss Afghanistan A Taliban Spokesman has Tweeted Saying China has promised to Keep Kabul Embassy Open Abdul Salam Hanafi Also Tweeted that China Has Promised to Increase Humanitarian AID.
Sky News host Rowan Dean says the Taliban are playing the “left game”, having studied the “woke agenda”. “They’ve studied the woke agenda, they’re saying they’re going to reduce emissions for climate change, they’re going to be nicer to women. “Their spokespeople are saying all this, even though over their shoulders are the genuine guys with the guns making sure they don’t say the wrong thing.”
Taliban has appointed Mullah Najibullah as its intelligence chief. Najibullah is closely linked to Pakistan’s ISI & was behind a 2013 attack on the Indian consulate in Jalalabad. Palki Sharma tells you more.
Dominic Raab has admitted the government thought Kabul was “unlikely” to fall to the Taliban this year, highlighting a failure of intelligence regarding the Islamist group’s takeover of Afghanistan. The foreign secretary, facing a grilling from MPs at the Foreign Affairs Committee, said he would be travelling to the Middle East region today after coming under intense scrutiny over his response to the Afghanistan crisis.
It is understood his diplomatic efforts will centre on how to get Afghans and any remaining British nationals out of the region through third countries. This indicates that talks are likely to include Pakistan. Mr Raab said the number of British nationals left in Afghanistan was down to the “low hundreds” but added that he can’t say “with precision” exactly how many are stranded in the country. Grilled on the subject in the Commons, he said: “I can’t give you a definitive answer.”
It is clear there was a “failure of intelligence” across the world when it came to the chaotic withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, says Sky News host James Morrow. This comes as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab faces calls to resign after going on a family holiday to Cyprus in the days before Kabul fell to the Taliban.
Secretary Raab has revealed Five Eyes intelligence predicted there would be a steady deterioration in Afghanistan following the withdrawal of US troops and not a Taliban surge. “What he is talking about here is a failure of intelligence that we saw across the world,” he said. “We saw it in Washington; the Pentagon had no idea this was happening, clearly the Brits had no idea this was going to happen.”
An ‘extraordinary success.’ That’s what U.S. President Joe Biden called the end of America’s longest war. During an address to his nation, President Joe Biden defended his decision to pull troops out of Afghanistan before all Americans were airlifted. He has faced criticism for the chaos of the past few weeks, as Afghanistan rapidly fell under Taliban control. But Biden largely blamed Afghan forces – who were quickly defeated by the Taliban. So, should America have predicted the calamity that came with its withdrawal? And could this hurt its image on the world stage?
The secretive deal between Beijing and the Taliban has been revealed, after a leading Chinese professor favourably compared the Islamic fighting force to Communist China’s own Liberation Army (PLA). A leading Chinese professor and former diplomat Wang Yiwei appears to have backed the Taliban as the US continues its chaotic withdrawal from the country.
XI JINPING and Vladimir Putin have exchanged their views and found common ground on their outlook for Afghanistan. Here are the four key stipulations China has for the Taliban now the group is back in control in the country. All eyes are on Afghanistan now the Taliban has seized control of the country once again.
CHINA offered the Taliban “sizeable investments” in Afghanistan after the US withdrawal, as the country looks to open up and expand its influence in its near abroad. Two powerful bomb attacks struck the area around Kabul’s airport on Thursday evening as people continued to attempt to leave the country.
At least 110 people have been killed in the two explosions outside Kabul airport, including 13 US soldiers, according to Al Jazeera’s team in Afghanistan. The US troops helping to evacuate Afghans desperate to flee Taliban rule are bracing for more attacks.
XI JINPING and Vladimir Putin held a meeting on Wednesday where the two unveiled a new approach to working with the Taliban as Western forces scramble to leave the country. Following the G7 summit, where Boris Johnson failed to convince Joe Biden into delaying the withdrawal of troops, China and Russia have pledged to respect the sovereignty of the Taliban leadership.
The crisis and tragedy in Afghanistan is “purely” of US President Joe Biden’s own making, according to Digital Editor Jack Houghton. Horrific footage has emerged in the aftermath of the ISIS-K terrorist attack at Kabul airport, which killed dozens of people attempting to flee Afghanistan. The New York Times reported two explosions ripped through crowds outside of the airport hours after Western governments were warned of an imminent Islamic State attack.
Mr Houghton said the tragedy is of Biden’s own making and his media responses in the lead-up to the attack have left many onlookers “feeling frustrated and angry”. “So used to not having to explain himself to a loving media, we are now witnessing scenes of a US President fleeing press conferences and refusing to explain the reasoning behind his decisions,” Mr Houghton said. “Whatever criticism you may have of Trump, everyone knows he would have stood there for hours and answered every question thrown at him”. “The world is stuck with Biden, and I truly hope journalists stop letting him walk away without explaining the latest mess he has dragged all of us into.”