(Chicago, Special Infobe) – The order came two weeks ago from the Taliban intelligence command in Kabul. It was sent to the leaders of all the factions in the country. This is a red alert. They had to perform A new and thorough investigation into all its fighters. Fighters from ISIS-K, the Islamic State’s affiliate in AfghanistanInfiltrated among militants loyal to Islamist extremists who seized power in Afghanistan in mid-August. The aim of ISIS-Q is to overthrow the government of men in black turbans, to create training camps for its fighters and to take Afghanistan as a coastal leader to operate in Central Asia. There is an even bigger threat to the world than the Taliban.
The head of ISIS-Coronation (ISIS-K or IK), a vicious terrorist commando, is believed to have hidden his identity for years. Is among intrusive individuals. Until a few weeks ago, militants who had fought in the ranks of the Taliban continued their positions within the former factions, but the I.K. Joined. Probably They turned the pages for money, but because IK gave them a more rigorous view of Sharia and Koranic law. IKE is calculated to have 2,000 to 3,000 fighters Well trained and equipped.
Since its creation in 2015, ISIS-K has been implemented Some serious attacks in Afghanistan Against international forces and the Taliban and former government forces. The latest devastating attack on a mosque in Kunduz on Friday killed dozens. The committee announced The enemy of the Shias (One of the two major currents of Islam) and invariably attacks the religious centers of that identity. But since the Taliban came to power, IK carried out 22 attacks in the first 11 days. The attack on Kabul airport was the worst 170 Afghans – mostly civilians – and 13 American soldiers were killed.
In June 2020, after US forces killed four commanders in a drone strike, the group’s leadership collapsed. A militant known as Shahab al-Muhajir. At the time, by his name, he was considered an Arab foreigner, of Afghan descent. But security officials who spoke to CBS said he was a senior Mujahideen (militant) of the Afghan civil uprising. His real name is Sanaullah. He received training from two different militant groups in Pakistan, one of which is affiliated with the Haqqani network, the Taliban.
He is also known as a graduate of the Kabul Polytechnic Institute, according to the voter registration card found by the Afghan security forces, he is 31 years old. “Regardless of his race, he was far better than his predecessors in reviving the IKEA,” wrote X-Track, an organization that analyzes threats posed by extremist groups. “His seizure of power in mid-2020 ended in a radical change for the organization. Went today from a fragmented and degenerate network to murderous phalanx”.
While other ISIS-K commanders focus on seizing territory, intelligence agents claim al-Muhajir A strategic worker who undermines Afghanistan’s leadership gains freedom to act. With that strategy in mind, al-Muhajir and other commandos infiltrated the Taliban. The official even held a meeting with Mullah Tajmir Jawad, the deputy head of Taliban intelligence, without knowing that he was talking to the ISIS-K leader.
Al-Muhajir is also a leader within his own organization. Each time the security forces received some information compared to those they knew, they received completely different identities as to who the leader of ISIS-K was. Apparently, Different commanders present themselves as the maximum leader who can be named al-Muhajir.
One year ago, the country’s security forces were able to locate al-Muhajir “after much work”, but The ISIS-K leader escaped capture. The only thing they found was his national identity document – with his real name – and another document identifying him as a member of the Afghan army. “ISKP leader Shahab is now working in the Taliban ranks, but the Taliban could not identify him,” the former intelligence official told CBS News. “ISKP is a living bomb circulating freely among the Taliban in Afghanistan.”
The new Taliban government is trying to reduce the threat and deny that the leak is too complicated. Saeed Ghosti, a spokesman for the Taliban regime’s interior ministry, said yesterday that it was “not true” that al-Muhajir was operating within his group. Gosti insisted ISIS-K “not such a big threat” Reports say they have already been “expelled” from the forts east of Kabul. But it is also true that there have been a series of Taliban incursions in areas where ISIS militants have been infiltrating Afghanistan in recent weeks. “Permanent violence and ISIS-Q infiltration, it shows It is a mistake that the Taliban’s military victory in Kabul ended the war in AfghanistanAfraziab Khattak, an analyst and former Pakistani legislator, said.
The Trump administration, which negotiated the controversial withdrawal agreement, and the Biden administration, which implemented the chaotic withdrawal of troops by defending their decision to withdraw from Afghanistan, promised that they would do everything they could. The Taliban promised to prevent other groups, especially Al Qaeda and ISIS, from using Afghan soil to organize attacks against the United States and its allies.. Now, the IK infiltration raises the question of whether the deal can be guaranteed if the Taliban ever intend to do so. “No matter how much pressure the IKE puts on the Taliban, its early government will find it very difficult to maintain its centrifugal power. Giving IK room to move easilyX-Track warns in its statement.
ISIS-K’s actions cool the long corridors of the Pentagon building in Washington. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said the U.S. military “They will focus on ISIS-K as much as possible” After withdrawal. Referring to the Kabul airport bombing, he promised that “at the time we choose, we will hold them accountable for what they have done in the future.” General Mark Millie, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said while appearing before Congress US cooperation with Taliban “possible” To deal with the threat of ISIS-K in the future. “An Al Qaeda or a reorganized ISIS, with the intention of attacking us in our country, This is a very real possibilityMillie added. At the same hearing, one of the legislators asked Federal Commander General Kenneth McKenzie whether he believed the U.S. military could have ISIS-K and whether any of its cells could prevent it from invading U.S. territory, prompting expressions of surprise and fear. “I think it still needs to be seen,” the general said. “I still don’t have that much confidence.”