United Nations (Twitter) – 07/02/2022. 02:24
The United Nations: There are no indications that the Taliban will limit the activities of foreign terrorists
- A United Nations report said that Osama bin Laden’s son Abdullah visited Afghanistan in October 2021
- The report added that Abdullah bin Laden held meetings with the Taliban
- The United Nations Monitoring Team released its semi-annual report on al-Qaeda and ISIS
A United Nations report said that Osama bin Laden’s son Abdullah visited Afghanistan In October 2021 and held meetings with the Taliban
The UN report stated that there are no recent indications that the Taliban have taken steps to limit the activities of foreign terrorist fighters in the country.
.’s monitoring team was United nations He issued his semi-annual report on al-Qaeda and ISIS.
He made some salient points about the issues of al-Qaeda, ISIS, and Afghanistan
In the reporting period, the Taliban’s rise to power in Afghanistan raised global concerns about its potential to become a safe haven for al-Qaeda and its affiliates.
The leadership of ISIS and al-Qaeda is facing difficulties; The now-deceased ISIS leader did not communicate directly with his supporters during the reporting period.
Al-Qaeda is concerned with future leadership but there is evidence of life for Al-Zawahiri since 2021. Al-Qaeda is backed by the Taliban’s seizure of power with the closest Taliban sympathizers occupying high positions in the new government; An Iran-based “justice” could be established in Afghanistan if he succeeded al-Zawahiri.