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Afghanistan, al Qaeda threatens America: “The war is not over”

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Two days after the 10th anniversary of the death of Osama Bin Laden, al Qaeda intervenes on Afghanistan in a rare interview by one of its leaders with the Cnn. “Until America is expelled from all over the Islamic world, the war is not over,” the Qaedist warned.

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Joe Biden announced the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan on 11 September 2021, a symbolic date linked to the attack on the Twin Towers: “Bin Laden is dead and al Qaeda in Afghanistan dismissed. The time has come to end this war.” The move by the new administration will put an end to a war that has so far cost trillions of dollars, over 2,300 US troops dead, 20,000 wounded, and at least 100,000 Afghan civilians killed. The US president had already admitted that it would be “difficult” to meet the May 1st deadline and wanted to postpone it for a few months to get the hitherto unsuccessful dialogue efforts between the Taliban and the Kabul government off the ground.

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Al Qaeda has announced a return to the scene after the American withdrawal, again alongside the Taliban. “Thanks to the Afghans for the protection of comrades in arms. Many of these jihadist fronts have been operating successfully for some time in different parts of the Islamic world,” the Qaedist told Cnn praising the Taliban.

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If what was stated in this interview were true, namely that the two groups are in contact, the agreements with the US would be a farce. In fact, the American withdrawal was possible above all thanks to the Taliban promise, in February 2020, to close any relationship with the al Qaeda terrorists. Achieved by Cnn, the Taliban leaders did not comment.

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While admitting a weakening since the death of Bin Laden, which allowed ISIS to appear on the international scene, “we are not broken. Silence is a strategy. We are fighting a long war on several levels”.

Peter Bergen. expert Cnn of terrorism, and author of several books on Bin Laden, confirmed that Al Qaeda’s response “is credible”.

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