Fri Aug 27th, 2021 at 11:55:40 AM EST
Martyr Qassem Soleimani met with leaders of Afghanistan in Panjshir valley and after martyrdom of Ahmad Shah Massoud in September 2001. He had a vital role in designing ground operations against Taliban in the liberation of Herat.
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US Ally Soleimani's Global Fight Against Terror
- He fought the Iraqi invasion of Islamic Republic of Iran by Saddam Hussein
- He fought the Soviet invaders of Afghanistan in the 80s
- He fought the Taliban in the 90s
- He fought the invaders of Iraq post March 2003
- He fought Al Qaeda and Islamic State foreign fighters in Syria and Iraq alongside the US coalition
On Jan. 2, 2020, Qasem Soleimani was struck by the Hand of G*d ... the whimp of a Fascist leader in the White House.
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Meanwhile the former administration under "leadership" of Mike Pompeo and negotiator Zalmay Khalilzad sat at the table in Doha with Taliban terror leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar.
Afghan Leader Rejects Prisoner Release in US-Taliban Deal
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Taliban spokesman Qari Yusuf Ahmadi said: "As a result of the prolonged siege and violent attacks, the Central Jail in the central city of Kandahar was completely conquered this afternoon." The security personnel posted here surrendered while laying down their arms and all the prisoners have been released. He also said that the prisoners were "welcomed" upon their release from the Kandahar jail.
In Ghazni province, in the public prison of Amir al-Mu'minin, the memory of God is commanded by the political parties, which numbered 180 people, and he was released.
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Remarks by Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield at a UN Security Council Briefing on ISIL/Da'esh
Today, I'd like to discuss the current state of the threat posed by ISIS, and everything we can do to counter that threat - especially by undercutting its finances.
To start, we're deeply worried by the Secretary-General's assessment that ISIS continues to expand throughout Africa, especially in various parts of West Africa and the Sahel, in addition to Central and East Africa. To neutralize that expansion, the United States is providing critical counter-terrorism assistance to disrupt, degrade, and respond to terrorist activity perpetrated by ISIS. Our tactical training, mentorship, and equipment strengthens the capacity of the law enforcement, judicial sector, and communities in our partner nations to respond to this growing threat.
In June, ISIS-Khorasan attacked a HALO Trust camp in northern Afghanistan, killing ten and injuring 16. This attack on a humanitarian group, working to rid the country of landmines, shows the barbarity of ISIS-Khorasan and its efforts to undermine the Afghan people's security. Given the ongoing events in Afghanistan, we're monitoring this situation very carefully. And as President Biden has stressed, we will hold the Taliban accountable for its commitments not to allow any terrorists to threaten the United States or its allies from Afghan soil. And as I said earlier this week, we all, we must all work together to ensure Afghanistan cannot ever, ever again be a base for terrorism.