Intelligence members of the previous government of Afghanistan joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Khorasan (ISIS-K). These people have become part of the Islamic State to fight the Taliban. This information given in the report of the Wall Street General.
ISIS terror in Afghanistan
The terror of the Islamic State (ISIS) has increased in the country after the capture of the Taliban in Afghanistan. In such a situation, the Taliban have decided to create their own air force to face ISIS. Keynes has given this information in a report. Kabul’s main military hospital Sardar Dawood Khan attacked by suspected ISIS-K on Tuesday. There is talk of 23 people dying in this. After the attack, the Taliban deployed three Taliban helicopters, including the US Black Hawk, on the roof of the hospital.
Keynes quoted a source as saying
There is no doubt that a full-fledged air force will be created soon after the regime is fully established. Meanwhile, Taliban spokesman Bilal Karimi said, “We are building an air force. Pilots who are facilitating the flights. A general apology announced for him. Also, we have asked them to come back and join the army again and help their country.
Ex-Servicemen Joining ISIS Increased Difficulties
Intelligence members of the previous government of Afghanistan joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Khorasan (ISIS-K). These people have become part of the Islamic State to fight the Taliban. This information given in the report of the Wall Street General. Quoting the Wall Street Journal report. Khama Press said that this information is being received. Members of the previous government’s intelligence body in Afghanistan are now joining ISIS-K to ward off and oppose the Taliban.
So because of this also spies joining IS
According to the report, former Afghan spies are facing an economic crisis after the fall of the government. In addition, he fears revenge by the Taliban and is left to fight the extremist organization. This is the reason why they are joining ISIS-K so that they can increase their income and fight the Taliban. Targeted killings and bombings are seeing an increase in Afghanistan. According to media reports, Nangarhar province is facing target killings and bombings. Many of these attacks carried out by ISIS.