Friday, June 24, 2022

Terror groups of Afghanistan enjoy greater freedom than ever before: UN Reports

Nowadays, terror groups of Afghanistan enjoy more than at any time in recent history, and there are no indications which showed that the Taliban leadership had taken any measures to stop the activities of foreign terrorists in the war-torn country, as per the reports by the UN Secretary-General.

As per the reports, the dreaded Islamic State terrorist group aims to position itself as the “chief rejectionist force” in Afghanistan, extends into neighbouring Central and South Asian countries, and is viewed by the Taliban as its primary armed threat.

As per the ’14th report of the Secretary-General on the danger posed by ISIS to international peace and security and the range of United Nations efforts in support of Member States in countering the threat’ notes that the security landscape in Afghanistan changed dramatically on August 15, following a Taliban military campaign that took control in the country, including Kabul.

However, there are no recent signs which indicate that the Taliban has taken measures to stop the activities of foreign terrorist fighters in the country.

Meanwhile, Member States are worried that terrorist groups are enjoying greater freedom in Afghanistan than at any time in recent history,” as per the reports.

It, however, said that only a small number of foreign terrorist fighters are moving to Afghanistan.

The US on February 7 Monday declared a prize of up to USD 10 million for those who gave information on Ghafari and those who are responsible for last year’s militant attack on the Kabul international airport that killed at least 185 people.

The US Department of Rewards for Justice (RFJ) issued notifications to this effect on Monday.

According to the UN report, ISIS-K is grabbing advantage of the unrest in the country, including by compelling fighters from the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement and the Turkistan Islamic Party, among other foreign terrorist groups.


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