February 9, 2023

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After the Kunduz massacre, the Taliban challenged the Islamic State

Report – Afghanistan’s new masters are tearing themselves apart amid promises of security and fears they could lose part of their troops if their positions were moderated.

After twenty years of revolt against successive governments, the time for guerrilla warfare has passed. Whatever the name of this volatile state of war, or the formation and clash of terrorist and criminal groups, it is far from over.

The Taliban today Set up the government. Their fighters – sometimes rarely trained youth – became a national army. By referring to this historic region that includes northeastern Iran, southern Turkmenistan, and northern Afghanistan, they confront the Dashin Afghan faction known as the Islamic State Corazon (IS-K). IS-K has been reduced to a few different pockets and lost a large number of fighters, although it remains the main enemy of the Taliban.

Deadly attacks

On Friday, October 8, the group claimed responsibility for another massacre at a mosque in northern Kunduz. It then claimed the lives of a hundred civilians That a suicide bomb would explode

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