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  • September 1, 2021

Report: Biden Administrator Removed Reports Detailing Arms Costs In Afghanistan On Multiple Federal Websites

A new report indicates that several federal websites have removed audits related to the costs of military weapons provided to security forces in Afghanistan since 2001 from their websites. Forbes indicated Tuesday that they had earned a “admission“To erase the State Department reports. In question is the almost $ 83 billion in military equipment and…

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When Afghanistan fell, the Taliban gave the United States the option of securing Kabul. The United States refused.

My last in PJ Media: On Monday, Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) tweeted: “As the Afghan government fell, the Taliban gave US officials the option of taking control of Kabul. They PASSED and instead chose to voluntarily hand over the city to the Taliban and control only the airport until 8/31! HOW MANY MORE COULD HAVE…

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The myth of negotiating with the Taliban

Some points. 1. The Taliban put the Haqqani Network, which was allied with Al Qaeda, in charge of security in Kabul and in charge of security at the airport. 2. The head of ISIS-K is a former commander of the Haqqani network 3. Afghan officials said the Haqqani network and ISIS-K are the same 4.…

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Terrorist groups and anti-aircraft missiles

Taliban fighters patrol inside the southwestern Afghan city of Kandahar, Sunday, Aug.15, 2021 (AP Photo / Sidiqullah Khan). The Taliban, their ally Al-Qaeda and renegade terror group ISIS-K may have inherited hundreds of deadly anti-aircraft missiles fired from the shoulder of fallen Afghan government weapons depots, experts say. SpyTalk. The exact number of missiles and…

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UN chief and New Zealand prime minister plead with Taliban to protect women’s rights

They can also beg them to stop murdering Kuffar. His personal importance and lack of understanding of jihad are worthy of the greatest mockery. Ardern’s incompetence in understanding jihad became apparent after the Christchurch massacre. Sympathy for the victims of the massacre was one thing, but bowing to Islam was quite another, and that’s what…

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The Biden administration prohibits the Taliban from accessing billions of Afghan reserves in US bank accounts.

Members of the Taliban forces sit at a checkpoint in Kabul, Afghanistan, on August 17, 2021. (Stringers / Reuters) The Biden administration froze Afghan government reserves deposited in US bank accounts on Sunday, cutting off the Taliban’s access to billions of dollars. A substantial portion of the $ 9.4 billion Afghanistan’s central bank has in…

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As Kabul falls, Joe Biden poses for a photo shoot

My last in PJ Media: As US-backed Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled the country and Taliban leaders posed for photos inside the presidential palace in Kabul, old Joe Biden’s handlers posted a photo on your own. The White House Twitter account posted a photo of Old Joe sitting alone at a huge conference table at…

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Billions of dollars later, what happened to the Afghan military?

There should have been plenty of time for US-funded military and political leaders in Afghanistan to develop a strategy to defend the country. What went wrong? Afghan army soldiers at a military training center on the outskirts of Kabul (Image: AP / Anja Niedringhaus) The fighting forces are dissolved in a heated battle. The United…

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Australian diplomats may return to Kabul, but Afghan aides amid the fog of war

Australia is considering reestablishing a diplomatic presence in Kabul, a disturbing indication that its hasty withdrawal was “a complete fiasco”. Foreign Minister Marise Payne (Image: AAP / Lukas Coch) Months after closing its embassy in Afghanistan, Australia is considering reestablishing its diplomatic presence, the latest move in a quiet but confused withdrawal from a country…

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John Howard Picks ScoMo Political Awareness On Afghan Aid

The latest voice calling for humanitarian visas for Afghans who assisted the ADF? A former prime minister. Former Prime Minister John Howard (Image: SBS News) Days after the last Australian troops left Afghanistan, the man who first sent them there 20 years ago says the government must grant visas to Afghans who assisted the defense…

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