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ISIS or Al Qaeda.?
They're both still around.
But powerful enough to challenge the Taliban?
No, not at the moment.
And now Iran's theocracy must face their second most deadly enemy (after Israel).
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - The Taliban seized a province just south of Afghanistan's capital and launched a multi-pronged assault early Saturday on a major city in the north defended by powerful former warlords, Afghan officials said.Read more from AP NEWS
The USA has left a void which is being filled by the Taliban , we left GAZA and the void was filled by Hamas , we left LEBANON and the void was filled by Hezbollah in the 3 cases had Israel and the US negotiated their removal with the national parties the possibility of these events occurring would have lessened .
It is interesting that nobody learns from History and in each case it repeats itself .
What is really astonishing is the speed and efficiency of which the Taliban is taking the country.
The US WISHES they were that organised.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Taliban fighters entered the outskirts of the Afghan capital on Sunday, further tightening their grip on the country as panicked workers fled government offices and helicopters landed at the U.S.Read more from AP NEWS
They have had support from China, Russia and Pakistan and Qatar all of whom are opposed to the US .
This is an aside but if Israel left the West Bank , HAMAS like the Taliban would sweep through the area in a day such is the inept abilities of the Palestinian Authorities .
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - The Taliban swept into Afghanistan's capital Sunday after the government collapsed and the embattled president joined an exodus of his fellow citizens and foreigners, signaling the end of a costly two-decade U.S.Read more from AP NEWS