Is Biden WH Ignoring Taliban’s Latest Threat About 2K Suicide Bombers? Seems Like The MSM Has!

Is  Biden WH Ignoring Taliban’s Latest Threat About 2K Suicide Bombers? Seems Like The MSM Has!

Have you noticed how the Democrats, the liberal media and the White house slam Russia at almost every turn but when the de facto government of Afghanistan vows to deploy 2,000 suicide bombers to the United States capital, Joe Biden’s government hasn’t given it a response.

It’s not that we couldn’t have predicted what was going to happen. As a result of the Biden administration’s surrender in Afghanistan this summer, the Taliban has shown via their acts that they are still the same radicals who we ousted from power in 2001.  America.

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The Middle East Media Research Institute, often known as MEMRI, was the first to raise the danger of suicide bombings. MEMRI is a watchdog organization that monitors communications from extremist organizations and news media outlets.

An Afghan official stated in December that if the United States wanted troops in Afghanistan so that it could reopen its embassy there, the Taliban wanted an equal number of terrorists in our capital, according to a December report. The Taliban government is seeking international recognition in Doha, Qatar, where the talks are currently taking place.

On Dec. 11, tweeter Yaqoob wrote: “If America wants 2,000 English [i.e., American] troops, we also want 2,000 suicide bombers from the Fateh Force to be killed in America.”

There is another term used by jihadi groups to describe their suicide bombers: “Fidayeen.”

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“The “Fateh Force,” or “victory force,” is a “martyrdom force” in the Badri 313 unit of the Islamic Emirate, the group said. Badri 313 is named after the first battle led by Islam’s founder Muhammad, the Ghazwa-e-Badr, in which 313 Muslims defeated many non-Muslim tribesmen with the help of Muhammad and his followers.

It’s not like we didn’t know this was going to happen. Yaqoob is the son of Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid, who was a co-founder and spiritual leader of the Taliban when he died in 2009. Is the acting defense minister from the same family as the extremist who started Taliban 1.0? That means it’s not going to be a big change.

The threat isn’t just a silly one, either. Memri reported last week that Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said the Taliban is preparing units of suicide attackers. This means that the Taliban is getting ready to use these people.

In the future, our mujahideen in the Ishtishhadi Kandaks [martyrdom-seeking battalions] will be part of the army, Mujahid said. They will be Special Forces and run by the defense ministry.

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To start, “The Special Forces will be made up of a certain number of people and used for special operations.”

This is what most people think will happen, no matter what happens during talks between U.S. and Taliban envoys in Doha: There won’t be an agreement that allows us to send 2,000 troops to Kabul to open the U.S. embassy if there are 2,000 members of the Ishtishhadi Kandaks in the District of Columbia.

As it turns out, Yaqoob’s tweet came during the most recent round of talks in Doha. If the threat was made as reported, the Biden administration didn’t pay attention to it at all.

In October, after talks in Qatar, the Biden administration agreed to send humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, but they refused to recognize the government there, so they did not. U.S. officials also made it clear that the talks were not a step toward recognizing the Taliban, who took over Afghanistan on Aug. 15 after the U.S.-allied government fell apart, the AP said. The Taliban took over Afghanistan on Aug. 15.

The Taliban said that the talks went well, and that was good news. Ned Price, a spokesman for the State Department, said they were “real” and “professional.” He said the same thing that the Biden administration has said since the beginning: The Taliban’s actions, not its words, would decide how things went next.

A second round of talks took place in November, Voice of America said, and the Taliban asked the United States for help with Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis.

Abdul Qahar Balkhi, a spokesman for the Taliban’s foreign ministry, tweeted that their side wants “immediate unconditional unfreezing of Afghan reserves, the end of sanctions and blacklists, and the separation of humanitarian issues from politics.” Overall, the meetings were good, and both sides agreed to keep meeting in the future.

We want to make sure that US sanctions don’t make it hard for Afghan civilians to get humanitarian aid from the US and the rest of the world, but we don’t want them to be able to get money from the US and the rest of the world.

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Even though Afghanistan is in a bad humanitarian situation, the Taliban are the ones who made it that way and are to blame for the damage that has been caused.

As even if they don’t want to say it, they need to negotiate that way if they want Western help. Instead, we see credible reports about things that happen in real life. People in Afghanistan say Taliban 2.0 is just like the first one. They say they’ll attack the United States with a wave of suicide bombers and promise to spend some of the country’s limited resources on setting up a suicide-attacker unit in their army.

It’s hard to think of any other president, let alone former President Trump, leaving this unanswered. It looks like the Biden administration doesn’t care about the bad looks or bad realities their policies have made in Afghanistan, just like it didn’t care about Kabul’s fall.




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