We were lied to.
There never was a moderate Taliban.
A new video emerged Monday of Al-Qaeda leader Dr. Amin Al Haq, the personal security chief of Osama Bin Laden, being escorted in Afghanistan by Taliban security.
This is after US generals and the Biden Administration said Al-Qaeda had been decimated in Afghanistan.
Guess that wasn’t true.
The Doha Agreement with the Taliban did not allow for Al-Qaeda to be on Afghanistan soil.
The Taliban broke this agreement as Americans were leaving Kabul.
#DohaAgreement it is not allowed for #AlQaeda to be on #Afghanistan soil. Today Amin Al-Haq arrived in afghanistan #statedeparent #bidenadministration #aminalhaq is a former bodyguard of #OsamaBinLaden pic.twitter.com/oSnQmAdDZf
— Pro-Intell Security & Intelligence (@prointellsec) August 30, 2021
Less than 2 weeks after the Taliban took over Afghanistan, Dr. Amin al Haq, Osama bin Laden’s former security chief who was detained by Pakistan and then freed, returned to his home town in Nangarhar. With an armed Taliban escort.
You can trust the Taliban – to stick by Al Qaeda https://t.co/JAsI3uvqpB
— Bill Roggio (@billroggio) August 30, 2021
The Drive reported:
A video has emerged online today that reportedly shows Dr. Amin Al Haq, who served for a time as the personal security chief for Al Qaeda founder Osama Bin Laden, traveling in the open in Afghanistan for the first time in a decade with a Taliban escort. If the description of this video is accurate, it can only raise questions about the current relationship between the Taliban and Al Qaeda and whether the former group will again give the latter safe haven in the country.
At the same time, a controversial American drone strike in Kabul yesterday, which, regardless of its intended targets, increasingly appears to have killed a number of innocent civilians, highlights the potential limits of future “over-the-horizon” counter-terrorism capabilities that will be available to the U.S. government going forward. All of this comes on the eve of the final withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan and the end of what American officials now say is set to be the largest evacuation airlift operation in U.S. military history.