Al-Qaeda presence in Afghanistan, Taliban reject UN report

The Afghan Taliban has rejected reports by the United Nations Security Council regarding the presence of other extremist groups, including Al-Qaeda, in Afghanistan. Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson of the Afghan Taliban, in his statement dismissed these accusations as false and said that those who were defeated in Afghanistan are spreading false propaganda against the Taliban administration. He said that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan strongly rejects these false allegations. Unfortunately, the United Nations leaders have started a regular series of accusations against the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, which is always aimed at propaganda.

Al-Qaeda presence in Afghanistan, Taliban reject UN report

Zabihullah Mujahid said that Al-Qaeda does not exist in Afghanistan and our administration does not allow anyone to use the territory of Afghanistan against others. He said that unfortunately the reports of the Security Council come from those sources who have been standing with the occupying forces for their interests for the past 20 years and these elements are against the freedom, development and security of Afghanistan. The Taliban spokesman’s statement came at a time when a submission was made to the Security Council Committee by the ISIS and Al-Qaeda-Taliban Monitoring Team, which claimed that the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was involved in attacks against Al-Qaeda in Pakistan. TTP) is backing.


Attacks have been going on in Pakistan for a long time and Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar, including the Foreign Office, has been blaming these attacks on the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan in Afghanistan, but the Kabul administration denies the presence of TTP in Afghanistan.

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The UN report published in said that the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has clear support from Afghan Taliban and Al-Qaeda and other militant factions to carry out attacks in Pakistan. The United Nations Security Council in its report said that despite the official position of the Afghan Taliban to discourage the activities of the banned TTP outside Afghanistan, many fighters of the banned TTP without fear of any consequences. They are engaged in cross-border attacks in Pakistan. Citing a few reports, it said that some members of the (Afghan) Taliban have joined the ranks of the outlawed TTP, considering it a sacred duty, and are supporting its operations.

The report also claimed that members of the outlawed TTP and their families receive regular aid packages from the Afghan Taliban, indicating strong cooperation.

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