Taliban 'will likely loosen' al Qaeda restrictions in Afghanistan, US predicts

Il 2020 Doha Agreement, which ultimately led to the American withdrawal from Afghanistan in agosto 2021, called for Afghanistan to take counterterrorism measures against al Qaeda and other groups. Il IG report notes that the State Department assessedthat the Taliban has taken steps to implementmuch of these commitments.

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“tuttavia,” dice il rapporto, “USCENT assessed that the Taliban will likely loosen these restrictions over the next 12 per 24 mesi, allowing al-Qaeda greater freedom of movement and the ability to train, viaggio, and potentially re-establish an external operations capability.

Secondo il rapporto, NOI. Central Command believes that the Taliban is currently keeping al Qaeda under control despitelongstanding relationshipsbetween the two groups’ capi, “due to the Taliban’s efforts to achieve international legitimacy.

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Lead Inspector General Sean O’Donnell said in a message included with the report that he believes al Qaeda kepta low profileof latelikely at the behest of the Taliban.

According to General McKenzie, al Qaedastill maintains an aspirational desire to attack the United States,” yet the Taliban is not taking as strong of a position against them than they are against ISIS-K.

The report says that in the Defense Intelligence Agency’s view, “al-Qaeda and al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent probably do not have the capability to conduct directed attacks in the U.S. homeland.

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