Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan WARNS Biden: Taliban ‘Will Be Compelled To Defend Islam And Homeland And Continue Its Jihad And Armed Struggle’

Biden is about to get a crash course in Islam.

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Afghan Taliban Organization Warns President Biden It ‘Will Be Compelled To Defend Its Religion [Islam] And Homeland And Continue Its Jihad And Armed Struggle’ If U.S. Troops Do Not Leave Afghanistan By May 1st

MEMRI, May 29, 2021:

President Bident, speaking on March 25, 2021, said that the U.S. will be leaving Afghanistan, but it will be hard to meet the May 1 deadline for getting troops out for “tactical reasons.” He added: “It is not my intention to stay there for a long time. The question is how and under what circumstances do we meet that agreement that was made by President [Donald] Trump. To be under a deal that looks like it is not able to be worked out to begin with…”

Reacting to President Biden’s statement, the Islamic Emirate, which has always seen the Doha agreement as a victory, warned that if “all” foreign troops do not leave by the deadline, it will continue the jihad and armed struggle in Afghanistan.

The Afghan Taliban’s statement comes as Germany’s parliament voted to extend the presence of about 1,300 German troops in Afghanistan into 2022. Also, on March 25, Gen. Richard Clarke, chief of the U.S. Special Operations Command, told the Senate Armed Services Committee that Afghans need American assistance to combat the Afghan Taliban, stating: “The capabilities that the U.S. provides for the Afghans to be able to combat the Taliban and other threats that reside in Afghanistan are critical to their success.”

Following is the text of the Taliban statement:

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