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Disintegration was not sudden nor a surprise but at least twelve years in the making. Every US surge in attacks on the Afghan people caused more civilian casualties and hatred for the invaders.

The war on terror was never isolated to Afghanistan, but more so on the AfPak border regions from Quetta to North Waziristan. The Taliban, Haqqani network and Al Qaeda may be diffuse, but the same jihadist roots. Taliban claim they are nationals and moderate are nit to be taken at face value. The ISK-P is a strong force and have been responsible for a majority of terror attacks in recent years. The Shia community from Balochistan to Hazaristan have been their victims. See the slaughter of Hazara schoolgirls in Kabul in May this year killing 66. Executions of Hazara will continue under Taliban splintered groups and commanders.

'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Wed Aug 25th, 2021 at 08:28:53 AM EST
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