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Afghanistan is under the control of the radical armed group Taliban. The Taliban are on their way to power again. The Taliban leaders promised the nation in a new video message. Recognition of Taliban only if fundamental rights are guaranteed: United States

 

 

Afghanistan is under the control of the radical armed group Taliban

 

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Afghanistan is under the control of the radical armed group Taliban. After two decades of violent fighting, Afghanistan is under the control of the radical armed group Taliban. The Taliban, a radical armed group in Afghanistan, lost power in the 2001 US-led invasion and was cornered. They took control of Kabul without bloodshed on Sunday. The whole of Afghanistan is now under their control. They also took control of the presidential palace in Kabul. The Taliban’s ability to seize power so quickly was unimaginable.

 

 

 

Meanwhile, the Taliban emerged in the second phase since 1996, with US President Joe Biden announcing a complete withdrawal of troops by September 11 and seizing one city after another in the last 100 days, most recently Kabul. The trillion-dollar US war in Afghanistan was also a shameful consequence. At the same time, the country’s liberals and ordinary Afghans are deeply concerned about the return of the Taliban’s reign of terror. People are fleeing from Kabul.

 

 

The capture of Kabul was a matter of time after the key Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif fell to the Taliban on Saturday night. The militants occupied Jalalabad yesterday morning and advanced towards Kabul. They surrounded Kabul from all sides. The Taliban leaders then began talks with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani about handing over power.

 

 

The process of ‘peaceful transfer of power’ to an interim government is underway

Finally, at noon, a Taliban delegation led by Mullah Abdul Gani Baradar, one of the top leaders of the Taliban, entered the President’s residence. There was a 45 minute meeting between them. U.S. diplomats were also present during the meeting with Taliban representatives. During the meeting, President Ghani resigned on the condition that he refrain from carrying out attacks and violence in Kabul.

 

 

Hours later, he fled the country with his associates to neighboring Tajikistan. Vice President Amrullah Saleh has also reportedly fled the country. Their departure also toppled the US-backed Afghan government.

 

 

Earlier, the country’s acting defense minister, Bismillah Mohammadi, said President Ghani had left the responsibility of resolving the crisis in the hands of the country’s politicians. A delegation is heading to Doha, the capital of Qatar, on Monday to discuss the future of the country with the Taliban.

 

 

In this situation, an interim government is being formed with Taliban leaders and moderate Afghan leaders. Ali Ahmed Jalali, the country’s former home minister (2003-2005) and currently teaching in the United States, could be the head of it. However, he did not doubt whether the Taliban would obey him. Acting Home Minister Abdul Sattar Mirzakwal said in a video message broadcast on Tolo TV that the process of “peaceful transfer of power” to an interim government was underway.

 

 

Afghanistan has a total of 34 provinces and 421 districts,

In this case, the name of the Taliban leader Baradar is being heard as the head of the interim government. This co-founder of the Taliban could be the next president of Afghanistan. He is serving as the head of the party’s political department. He led a Taliban delegation to Doha talks on lasting peace and a ceasefire in Afghanistan. Baradar, known as one of the most trusted commanders of the late Mullah Omar, was arrested in Pakistan in 2010 but was released in 2016. 

 

 

During the occupation of Kabul without any resistance, the Taliban sent a message to the Afghan government and the world community that they did not want to occupy Kabul by force. Yesterday, Taliban leader Baradar claimed that they did not want any bloodshed in Kabul. His words did not last in the end. Taliban spokesman Jabiullah Mujahid said shots were heard at various locations, including Kabul airport, at night after their fighters were allowed to enter the capital. At least 40 people were injured. There have been major clashes in the Karabak area of ​​the capital. The situation could take a turn now. Looting has started in different places. 

 

 

Afghanistan has a total of 34 provinces and 421 districts. The Taliban ruled most of the country before the US-led invasion in 2001. However, the US attack toppled the Taliban government. The Taliban, which has been out of power for 20 years, captured most of it in just a few days of violence until last Saturday. In most cases, Afghan forces failed to put up any resistance. The United States costs billions of dollars

 

 

Demanded the formation of an Afghan army and police force.

The Afghan student told the Associated Press that they had been deceived by the United States.

 

 

However, in the last few days, Afghan forces have surrendered helplessly to the Taliban without the direct support of US and NATO forces.

 

 

Abdullah Abdullah, the head of Afghanistan’s High Council for National Reconciliation, blamed Ashraf Ghani, who fled the country for the situation, in a Facebook post after the Taliban entered Kabul. He is mediating in the formation of the interim government.

 

 

Residents of the city began fleeing Kabul as news of the Taliban’s advance and their position at the entrance to the capital spread. Ren. A long line of cars is formed on the road as people struggle to decide which way to leave the city. The banks are very busy. Because people have flocked to the banks to withdraw their savings. In the evening, the Taliban entered and took control of all the administrative buildings in Kabul. Ayesha Khurram, a 22-year-old Afghan student who was uncertain about her life, told the Associated Press that they had been deceived by the United States. Leaving it to the Afghans to decide their fate.

 

 

According to a report in The Guardian, ordinary Afghans are worried about their wives and daughters as the Taliban return to power. One woman told Reuters she would commit suicide if the Taliban wanted to marry her. However, some women have been seen wearing the white flag, the color of the Taliban flag. In addition, members of the Afghan army and police have changed into military uniforms and taken off civilian clothes.

 

 

 

The presidential palace is also under Taliban control:

The Taliban say they also control the presidential palace in Kabul. President Ghani has claimed that the Taliban took control of Kabul shortly after he left Kabul for Tajikistan with close allies. However, the Taliban’s claim could not be verified.

 

 

 

A local journalist, Bilal Sarwari, spoke to two officials present at the Afghan government’s negotiations with the Taliban. They told Bilal that the agreement reached between the two sides was that the handover of power would take place at the presidential palace and that President Ghani himself would be present. But after he left Kabul with his senior associates, all the staff at the presidential palace were told to leave. The workers then evacuated the palace.

 

 

 

Foreign diplomats evacuated from Kabul: The United States hurriedly evacuated diplomats by helicopter yesterday as the Taliban seized Kabul faster than expected. Some other countries in Europe follow the same path. One helicopter after another is seen flying in the sky in the embassy area of ​​Kabul. Among them was a giant Chinook helicopter with two engines. There was also Black Hawk. One by one, they were landing at the Durgasam embassy in Wazir Akbar Khan district, carrying passengers to Kabul International Airport. Many have compared the scene to the historic event of the last days of the Vietnam War in the United States. Even on the last day of the Vietnam War, a picture of the last helicopter flying over the US embassy there has been circulating on social media for two days.

 

 

 

They were trembling for fear of being captured by the Taliban

The tarmac at Kabul airport visited by diplomats, contractors and civilians from many countries. From there they will  moved elsewhere. There they were given a bracelet with the words ‘noncombatant’ or ‘warrior’ written on it. However, the United States did not need to take the Afghans who have worked for the United States for so long. They  not even given that bracelet. They  trembling for fear of being captured  the Taliban.

 

 

 

Top Taliban leadership: After the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1969, local resistance began against them. The Taliban was born. The United States backed the Taliban in its opposition to the Soviets. With their help and funding, the Taliban became a formidable militant group. They allied with the mighty militant groups like Al Qaeda, IS. But since the fall of 2001, the Taliban have been fighting a Western-backed government in Kabul. With the recent announcement of the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban re-emerged.

 

 

 

The Taliban’s 20-year war is now coming to an end with the departure of the United States and the occupation of Kabul by the Afghan government. Haibatullah Akhunzada is the highest religious leader of the Taliban. One of the most important Taliban leaders is Mullah Mohammad Yaqub, Sirajuddin Haqqani, Mullah Abdul Gani Baradar, Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai and Abdul Hakim Haqqani.

 

 

 

The world’s response:

The United States has not sent a strong message about the fall of Kabul to the Taliban. A U.S. official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the United States would not change its military strategy in Kabul unless the Taliban intervened. And the presence of the Taliban in Kabul is still not a cause for concern. As long as security is not disrupted, our activities will continue. Before the Taliban entered Kabul, US President Joe Biden said in a statement that if the Afghan military could not hold its own, there would be no difference in the US military presence in the country for another year or five.

 

 

 

Russia, meanwhile, has begun work on convening an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council on Afghanistan. In a tweet, Margaritis Shinas, vice president of the European Union, expressed frustration, saying “our wait for a complete change in Europe’s immigration and asylum rules is over.”

 

 

 

Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafiz Chowdhury told Geo News TV,

The Prime Minister the United Kingdom Boris Johnson said yesterday that a concerted effort the international community needed to address the crisis in Afghanistan. “We are concerned about the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan,” Zahid Hafiz Chowdhury, a spokesman for Pakistan’s foreign office, told Geo News TV. However, we have not decided to close our embassy. Meanwhile, the Indian embassy in Kabul has not  closed, but embassy officials have  evacuated New Delhi has planned. An official from the country’s foreign ministry said.

 

 

 

Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schlenberg has said that instability in Afghanistan will spread to Europe. Swedish Radio also quoted a source as saying that Sweden would remove all staff from its embassy in Kabul. Pope Francis, the supreme religious leader of Christians, has called for dialogue to end the conflict in Afghanistan. “I pray to God that the people of this country can live in peace, security and mutual respect,” he said.

 

 

 

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said in a tweet that he had spoken with leaders of allied countries. They are assisting in keeping the airport open to complete the evacuation of diplomats and embassy staff. David Martinon, France’s ambassador to Kabul, shared a video of him leaving the ‘green zone’ on Twitter. Government buildings and foreign embassies in Afghanistan are located within that green zone.

 

 

 

 

History:

The armed Taliban emerged in 1994, near the southern Afghan city of Kandahar. The word ‘Taleb’ in Pashto means student. And the plural of ‘Taliban’. Currently the term refers to the organization. Fighting broke out between several factions in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of Soviet troops and the fall of the government they supported, with the Taliban being one of them.

 

 

 

In the 1980s, a US-backed organization called the Afghan Mujahideen formed. They attracted many by fighting against the Soviet forces occupying power in Afghanistan. Within two years of its formation, the Taliban were able to establish control over much of Afghanistan, including the capital, Kabul. In 1996, they declared the Islamic Emirate in their occupied territories and introduced strict Sharia law. Other Mujahideen retreated to the north of the country.

 

 

 

Those forces in the north took control of Kabul in November after the September 11, 2001 attacks by al Qaeda in the United States. Taliban fighters then took refuge in various remote areas of Afghanistan; The 20-year-long war against the Afghan government and its Western allies began.

 

 

 

 

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During their five years in power, the Taliban imposed strict Sharia law on their controlled areas of Afghanistan. Not only did women not have the opportunity to study or work, they could not go out of the house without a male guardian. Death or whipping in public was a daily occurrence. Western films and books banned. In the eyes of Islam, all the cultural patterns that  ‘haram’ also destroyed. After two decades, that barbaric regime has returned to Afghanistan. Sources: BBC, Al Jazeera, AFP, Reuters and Anandabazar.

 

 

 

 

The Taliban are on their way to power again

 

The Taliban have battling the Western-backed Afghan government to regain power since it  ousted in 2001.

 

 

 

The members  the Taliban  called Mujahideen. In 1980, the Taliban played a leading role in the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan with the help of US forces.

 

 

 

After the Taliban took full control of Afghanistan in 1996, the country introduced strict Sharia law.

 

 

Mullah Omar, the founder of the Taliban, fled after US-backed Afghan forces overthrew the Taliban on September 11, 2001.

 

 

His son confirmed the matter two years after Mollah Omar’s death in 2013.

 

 

But despite the Taliban’s struggle for power in Afghanistan, the group began occupying parts of the country shortly after US President Joe Biden announced the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan earlier this year. On Sunday, the Taliban completely surrounded the capital, Kabul. Until the latest news, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has fled the country.

 

 

Let’s take a look at some of the leaders who are holding the Taliban to the brink of victory in Afghanistan.

 

 

 

Haibatullah Akhunzada

Haibatullah Akhunzada, known as the “faithful leader”, is the supreme leader of the Taliban. Akhunzada took over after Taliban leader Mullah Mansoor Akhtar killed in a US drone strike in 2016. Islamic scholar Akhunzada looks at the political, religious and military issues of the party.

 

 

 

Akhunzada has been teaching at a mosque in the southwestern Pakistani city of Kuchlaq for 15 years until his sudden disappearance in May 2016, his colleagues and students told Reuters.

 

 

 

He currently thought to 60 years old. However, no exact information about his whereabouts is available.

 

 

 

 

Mullah Muhammad Yaqub

Mullah Muhammad Yaqub, the son of Mullah Omar, the founder of the Taliban, is the military chief of the organization. He is in Afghanistan and is overseeing the group’s military operations, according to local media reports.

 

 

 

Mullah Yaqub suggested as the group’s overall leader during a dispute over the Taliban’s leadership.

 

 

 

However, Mullah Yakub himself proposed the name of Akhunzada as the head of the organization. He made the decision because of his young age and lack of combat experience, party sources said.

Mullah Yaqub now thought to 30 years old.

 

 

 

Sirajuddin Haqqani

Sirajuddin Haqqani, the son of Haqqani Network leader Jalaluddin Haqqani, oversees the Taliban’s financial and military resources along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

 

 

Suicide bombing in Afghanistan The Haqqani network believed to behind a number of high-profile attacks, including an assassination attempt on then-Afghan President Hamid Karzai at a hotel in Kabul.

 

 

 

Sirajuddin Haqqani believed to between 40 and 50 years old. However, no information is available about his whereabouts.

 

 

 

Mollah Abdul Gani Baradar

Mullah Gani Baradar, the Taliban’s co-founder, is the head of the Taliban’s political office. Baradar is one of the members of the Taliban in the Doha peace talks.

 

 

 

Bardar was one of the loyal associates of Mullah Omar. He arrested in 2010 in Karachi, Pakistan. He released in 2016.

 

 

 

Baradar set to become Afghanistan’s new president, according to various international media reports.

 

 

 

Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai

Prior to his ouster in 2001, Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai served as the Deputy Prime Minister of the Taliban government.

 

 

 

Has lived in Doha for almost a decade. In 2015, he took charge as the head of the political office there.

 

 

 

He has been in talks with the Afghan government on behalf of the Taliban. Stanikzai has represented the Taliban on diplomatic visits to several countries.

 

 

 

 

Abdul Hakim Haqqani

He is the head of the Taliban’s negotiating team. He  considered the most trusted figure in Akhunjana, the Taliban’s supreme leader.

 

 

 

The Taliban leaders promised the nation in a new video message

 

 

 

After the Taliban took control of the capital, Kabul, there has been widespread concern. Many have started fleeing the country. Foreign embassy staff and Afghan civilians  seen crowding the airport in panic.

 

 

 

Meanwhile, in a new video message addressed to the nation, Taliban leaders pledged to improve the living standards of the Afghan people.

 

 

 

The new video message released the Taliban a day after the capture and declaration of victory in Kabul. In that video message, Mullah Baradar Akhund, the Taliban’s deputy chief, said it was time to serve the people of Afghanistan and improve their quality of life.

 

 

 

“We will do our best to serve our nation, bring peace to the whole nation, and do as much as we can to improve their quality of life,” he said.

 

 

 

Recognition  Taliban only if fundamental rights  guaranteed: United States

The United States will recognize the new government of Afghanistan only if it ensures the basic rights of the people and keeps the country free from terrorism.

 

 

 

The announcement made by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on Sunday amid local Taliban activity across the country, including the occupation of the capital Kabul, the BBC reported.

 

 

 

China is going to recognize the Taliban; In such a situation, the media wants to know the position of the United States. Foreign Minister Blinken spoke to reporters in this regard.

 

 

 

He said the future Afghan government; We can work with and recognize the government that upholds the fundamental rights of its people and does not harbor terrorists.

 

 

Secretary of State Blinken said that the government does not protect the basic rights of the people of the country, including women and children; Shelters terrorist groups that have plans with the United States or allies and partners of course, such a government is not going to sit in power.

 

 

 

The process of withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan began under former US President Donald Trump.

An agreement signed with the Afghan Taliban to withdraw troops.

 

 

But when Joe Biden came to power, he set a deadline of September to complete the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. The withdrawal of the army has already begun. Under such circumstances, Taliban fighters began to take control of various parts of Afghanistan.

 

 

US-led multinational forces have launched an operation in Afghanistan to capture al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden following the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the US Twin Towers.

 

 

 

For more than two decades, the Taliban have been at war with US-led forces and later with the help of Afghan forces. The Taliban’s advance began last May 1, when US troops began withdrawing from Afghanistan.   

 

 

 

 

 

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