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Thousands of Top al-Qaeda, ISIS Terrorists Freed As Taliban Takes Afghanistan

Thousands of Top al-Qaeda, ISIS Terrorists Freed As Taliban Takes Afghanistan

“Bagram prison contained the 5,000 “highest value” Taliban, al-Qaeda and Islamic State fighters captured on the battlefield.”

As Taliban forces swept through Afghanistan, thousands of high-level Taliban, al-Qaeda, and Islamic State terrorists have been set free.  

Around 5,000 top terrorists fled when Afghan government forces surrendered Bagram Air Base, 40 miles from Kabul. The prison at the base housed some of the world’s most notorious jihadis besides the Guantanamo Bay terrorist detention center. 

“Afghan forces at Bagram Air Base, home to a prison housing 5,000 inmates, surrendered to the Taliban, according to Bagram district chief Darwaish Raufi,” The Associated Press reported on Monday. “The prison at the former U.S. base held both Taliban and Islamic State group fighters.”

The Taliban released thousands more from the National Detention Facility in Kabul, the BBC and other media outlets reported

The Times of London reported the release of high-profile terrorists:

Thousands of Afghanistan’s most dangerous terrorism captives have been set free after the Taliban seized control of the former American base at Bagram and the prison known as Afghanistan’s Guantanamo Bay.

Bagram prison contained the 5,000 “highest value” Taliban, al-Qaeda and Islamic State fighters captured on the battlefield. A Taliban spokesman said they were “being evacuated to a safe place”.

The freeing of these high-level terror operatives will have sweeping consequences on the raging worldwide jihad. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the slain ISIS chief was a Camp Bucca inmate, a U.S. detention center in Iraq. Camp Bucca was nicknamed the  ‘Jihadist university,’ where the future ISIS leadership came from. “Camp Bucca became what has been described as a ‘university’ for the future leaders of IS, with inmates becoming radicalised and developing important contacts and networks,” the BBC noted.

Former inmates from Guantanamo Bay make up the current Taliban leadership, including the mujahedeen commander who took the presidential palace in Kabul. “The Al-Jazeera news channel livestreamed the press conference from inside the palace, which showed a group of Taliban fighters sitting at the President’s desk before a fighter claimed he was a former inmate of the US-controlled Guantanamo Bay detention centre in Cuba,” UK’s Daily Mail reported.

The real tragedy of Afghanistan is that the former “inmates” will now run the horror show, creating an “Islamic Emirate,” the second Islamic State since the fall of the caliphate in Syria under President Donald Trump’s watch four years ago. 

The Taliban makes no secret of its intention to see a worldwide Islamic rule. Taliban commander Muhammed Arif Mustafa told CCN recently that “one day mujahedeen will have victory and Islamic law will come not just to Afghanistan, but all over the world. We are not in a hurry. We believe it will come one day. Jihad will not end until the last day,” — a reference to the Islamic end times. 

The Gaza-based terrorist group Hamas is already cheering the Taliban victory. It is only a matter of time before jihadis groups and individuals in Europe and the West pledge allegiance to the Afghan Emirate and wage jihad in its name.

Like ISIS before it, Afghanistan’s Islamic Emirate, too, will become a rallying point for the Islamists worldwide, who will go on jihad killing sprees in the name of their new leaders and their stone-age ideology. 

Updates 

The Biden administration’s withdrawal strategy has coming under heavy criticism, especially the decision to abandon the Bagram aircraft outside the Afghan capital. 

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Comments

Let’s hope the Wuhan Institute of Virology doesn’t have a lab in Kabul

    UserP in reply to scooterjay. | August 16, 2021 at 1:06 pm

    China may not have a lab there but they will soon have military bases. There will be a critical need for Chinese interpreters with the promise to take you back to China when its over.

Which is why you execute terrorists, you don’t keep them around for “intel” or to rehabilitate them.

Taliban – “We fight to win”

USA, NATO, UN – “We fight to signal our virtue and our utopian values.”

    UserP in reply to Ben Kent. | August 16, 2021 at 12:42 pm

    U.S. Generals: “We pull out the troops first then we send the troops back again because we forgot to evacuate the civilians.”

      MattMusson in reply to UserP. | August 16, 2021 at 1:51 pm

      Milley should be the final casualty of Afghanistan. If you cannot handle a withdrawal, you have no business being in charge of the entire US miliary.

There will be now a brief re-organization period. Thousands of taliban, al-qaeda and isis terrorists have been set free. They will now create new terror cells, or re-activate their old ones.
A new wave of terrorist attacks will soon hit Europe and then come to America.
That’s when a lot of people will realize “what the heck” were we doing in Afghanistan.

Please note that I am not justifying any of the errors or the wasteful spending that took place.

They emptied their prison of terrorists and criminals. Who would do something that stupid?

    There is a good precedence for that. It is good humanitarian practice to let vicious criminals, killers and rapists out of prison who are in danger of catching COVIDS in the hopes it will keep them safe.

This is what a real “armed insurrection” looks like.

Taliban, Al Qaeda, and Islamic State terrorists who are currently being released from prison: “See you soon, American infidels”.

Now is the time to just go ahead and shut down Gitmo. Please, relocate them to a City near Biden. They can then be reunited with their brethren who were just flown there from Texas for ‘resettlement!”

That is much more efficient than sending them all the way back to Kabul! It would be a terrible inconvenience for them to get back here in time for the next 9/11 surprise!

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