US News The Taliban deny any presence of the ei or al-Qaeda on the soil Afghan

16:35  21 september  2021
16:35  21 september  2021 Source:   bfmtv.com

Taliban Hanging Flag at Presidential Palace in Kabul

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Afghanistan-conflict-groups: the Taliban deny any presence of the EI or al-Qaeda on the soil Afghan

LES TALIBAN NIENT TOUTE PRÉSENCE DE L'EI OU D'AL-QAÏDA SUR LE SOL AFGHAN © Reuters / Stringer Taliban deny any presence of the EI or Al-Qaeda on Afghan

(Reuters) - The Taliban denied Tuesday the presence on the Afghan al-Qaeda cells, including Afghanistan was the sanctuary, or the Islamic State group, which claimed the bomb attacks committed last weekend in Jalalabad (East).

A long-standing rivalry opposes the Taliban, which resumed power in August after the chaotic withdrawal of American troops, and the Islamic State group in Khorasan (Ei-k), which made its appearance in eastern Afghan in 2014 Before incursions in the North.

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As for the Al-Qaeda organization, it flourished under the previous Taliban reign (1996-2001) before being dismantled during the intervention of the US Army in Afghanistan, following the September 11 attacks. 2001. The Taliban and Al-Qaeda have always been linked, and Westerners suspect the new regime to house jihadists.

"There is no one in Afghanistan who has something to do with al-Qaeda," said Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid at a press conference in Kabul.

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"We are committed to it No danger from Afghanistan to another country, "he said, with reference to the peace agreement signed in February 2020 with the United States.

The EI-K Group, which targeted the last weekend of the Taliban, also claimed the suicide bombing that killed 13 American soldiers and several dozen Afghan civilians on August 26 at Kabul Airport.

"The EI that exists in Iraq and Syria does not exist here. Nevertheless, people, perhaps Afghans, married the EI mentality, a phenomenon that the people do not support," said The Spokesperson for the Taliban, mentioning "loose attacks".

A few years ago, the US military asked 2,000 the number of EIS fighters, a number below the reality according to Afghan leaders.

(written by Raju Gopalakrishnan and James Mackenzie; French version Olivier Sorgho, edited by Sophie Louet)

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