Exodus of Islamic Terrorism under Cia’s Nose! “Isis and Al Qaeda among Afghan Migrants”. Putin’s alarm confirmed by US flight to Qatar

Exodus of Islamic Terrorism under Cia’s Nose! “Isis and Al Qaeda among Afghan Migrants”. Putin’s alarm confirmed by US flight to Qatar

1 – The Soufan Center’s alarm on Taliban-Al Qaeda ties
2 – The prison of Islamic terrorists abandoned by the US
3 – The maneuvers of the CIA-Mossad Intelligence
4 – The threat of the migration of infiltrators into Iran
5 – The Al Qaeda sanctuary in Afghanistan
6 – Putin’s alarm on terrorists infiltrating migrants
7 – Afghan evacuated with US flight to Qatar and ISIS

by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio

Versione in Italiano

«The United States went to war in Afghanistan in 2001 to destroy the terrorist group responsible for the worst terrorist attack on American soil in history. A decade after the death of Osama bin Laden, al- Qaeda remains a threat, one which could metastasize following the U.S. withdrawal. Biden is hoping that al-Qaeda can be contained, but history has often proven otherwise».

Thus ended the analysis published on 30 April 2021 by The Soufan Center (TSC), an independent non-profit center that offers research, analysis and strategic dialogue on global security challenges and foreign policy issues, with particular attention to anti-terrorism, violent extremism, armed conflict and the rule of law.

TSC was founded in 2017 by Ali Soufan, an FBI special agent who investigated complex cases of international terrorism, including the attacks on the East African embassy, ​​the attack on the USS Cole and 9/11 events. He was the author of the New York Times top-10 bestselling book The Black Banners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against al-Qaeda (2011), winner of the 2012 Ridenhour Book Prize.


The Soufan Center, in the article entitled “IntelBrief: 10 years after the death of bin Laden: what is the current state of Al-Qaeda?” written in the run-up to May 2, the tenth anniversary of the (alleged) killing of Osama Bin Laden, the wealthy Saudi Arab founder and leader of Al Qaeda, he made an easy prediction confirmed, after the fall of Kabul into the hands of the Taliban, by the Russian President Vladimir Putin’s alarm on the infiltration of terrorists among Afghan migrants but above all by the discovery of the first refugee connected with ISIS, made a few hours ago at the Us Air Foce air base in Al Udeid in Qatar which is welcoming the evacuated from Kabul waiting to be sorted into other military forts in the US.

«The Taliban has never broken with al-Qaeda, neither publicly or in private, and al-Qaeda fighters remain embedded in Taliban units. Furthermore, in addition to what can be described as al-Qaeda “core” or “central” operating in Afghanistan and Pakistan, al-Qaeda also has branches elsewhere in South Asia, including India. If Afghanistan descends once again into civil war, the Taliban could welcome foreign fighters to bolster its ranks, making South Asia a magnet for jihadists worldwide. And with no U.S. troop presence on the ground, Washington and its allies will be forced to rely on an offshore counterterrorism strategy with serious limitations». TSC reported further, tracing the precise picture of the presence of Qaedist Islamic terrorists in Afghanistan and in the Middle East, which we will see in detail later on.

Taliban armed to the teeth on a truck

This eventuality was even facilitated by the withdrawal of American troops when they left the air base in the ancient city of Bagram, southeast of Charikar in Parvan, just 60 km from Kabul, where they could have managed the evacuation of the diplomatic staff, Afghan interpreters and pro-American activists calmly and quietly. In the Bagram Airfield-BAF, in fact, there was also one of the largest Western prisons of Islamic terrorists captured in Afghanistan, as the geopolitical expert Alberto Bellotto well recalled in his investigation into InsideOver with the eloquent title “Afghanistan will return to be the Sanctuary of Al Qaeda? ”.

Chilling is another analysis by the Soufan Center, published in a subsequent article dated August 20, 2021 after the fall of the Kabul government: «Despite U.S. pressure during last year’s peace talks in Doha, the Taliban avoided making any promise to deny space to al-Qaeda in the future. This stance was also echoed in an Afghan television network’s recent interview with Taliban senior leader Amir Khan Muttaqi. When asked about the group’s future policies regarding al-Qaeda, Muttaqi said that the Taliban will never create enmity with al-Qaeda on behalf of the U.S. The Afghan Taliban central spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, also stated in an interview with an Afghan news channel that the Doha deal does not put any obligations on the Taliban for cutting ties with al-Qaeda. According to Mujahid, the only Taliban promise is that it will not let anyone use the Afghan soil against the U.S. and its allies».



“As some officials explained to CBS News a few days ago, in their advance the Taliban took control of the Bagram air base and freed the more than 5,000 prisoners housed there, among them, Politico noted, not only Taliban militiamen, but also men from Al Qaeda and Isis. In this regard, the Pentagon has sounded the alarm on the possibility that terrorist networks based in the country can regain room for maneuver and power quickly. John Kirby, spokesman for the secretary of defense Austin said that the whole department is working to re-evaluate the terrorist potential of the various groups, ”wrote the journalist Bellotto in his excellent report.


Full English version coming as soon as possible… 

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