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Islamic Groups Across The Middle East React To Taliban Takeover Of Afghanistan, Celebrate ‘The Grand Martyrdom Attack’, Rejoices In Death Of Americans

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The abject failure of the Afghanistan liberation was the refusal, denial, whitewash and ultimately submission to Islam. The root cause of all of these Islamic holy wars is to impose Islamic rule ……. everywhere. The West’s denial of reality and it’s insistence that Islam is a “religion of peace” will continue to unleash rivers of blood.

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EXCLUSIVE: Reacting to ISIS Suicide Bombing In Kabul, Pro-ISIS Media Outlets Launch Campaign To Celebrate ‘The Grand Martyrdom Attack,’ Key Al-Qaeda Supporter Rejoices In Death Of Americans, Pro-Taliban Clerics Accuse ISIS Of Collaborating With The West

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A pro-ISIS Telegram channel, The Course Of 2021 Events, shared a post celebrating the attack. “History will write that the last kick of the shoe that America received before leaving Afghanistan was from the Muslims’ group [i.e., ISIS]. Here is America acknowledging that four Marines were killed and three others wounded. History will give a slap to the Taliban, who became protectors of America, its soldiers, nationals, and spies. What humiliation is worse than this, Muslims?” asked the post, and issued a threat: “Know that this is not the end of the story, more will follow, with Allah’s permission. This was just a salute. Just wait.”[2]

 

On August 26, 2021, pro-ISIS media outlets shared posts calling on supporters to take part in an “urgent media campaign” aimed at promoting the attack on the Kabul airport, claimed by the Islamic State (ISIS), which targeted U.S. servicemen and Afghans.

 

EXCLUSIVE: Jihadi Groups Across The Middle East React To Taliban Takeover Of Afghanistan: From Celebration As Victory For All Muslims And Model Of Successful Armed Jihad To Claims Of Tacit U.S. Support

 

On February 29, 2020, representatives of the U.S. and the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (the Afghan Taliban) signed an agreement in Doha, Qatar in which the U.S. committed to withdrawing all U.S. and NATO forces from Afghanistan.

 

EXCLUSIVE: Pro-Al-Qaeda Magazine Celebrates Taliban Takeover Of Afghanistan: ‘After 20 Years Of War, America Has Been Defeated’

Issue 30 of a pro-Al-Qaeda weekly, released August 20, 2021, focuses on the takeover of Afghanistan by the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (the Afghan Taliban).

 

EXCLUSIVE: Syria-Based Al-Qaeda Supporter Advises Taliban Not To Share Power With Former Enemies, Suggests Killing Them

On August 22, 2021, a Syria-based Al-Qaeda supporter published an article on his Telegram channel advising the Afghan group not to trust former U.S. collaborators who have now sworn allegiance to the Taliban following their takeover of Afghanistan.

 

EXCLUSIVE: Al-Qaeda’s Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF) Congratulates Taliban For Victory Over U.S. In Afghanistan, Praises It As Role Model

On August 23, 2021, the Global Islamic Media Front (GIMF), an official Al-Qaeda media outlet, issued a statement congratulating the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (the Afghan Taliban) on its recent “conquest of Afghanistan.”

 

On August 26, 2021, pro-ISIS media outlets shared posts calling on supporters to take part in an “urgent media campaign” aimed at promoting the attack on the Kabul airport, claimed by the Islamic State (ISIS), which targeted U.S. servicemen and Afghans.

“We urge our supporters to launch an urgent media campaign now that is aimed at promoting news, photos, and reactions to the grand martyrdom attack which shattered the illusions of those dreaming of peace, and shattered the bodies of the Crusaders, along with those of the apostates in Kabul,” read a post shared by Al-Adiyat, a pro-ISIS Media Foundation on Telegram.[1]

Al-Adiyat also released a poster showing a wounded U.S. soldier screaming as he received medical assistance from another solider. The poster included an excerpt from a speech by slain ISIS founder Mus’ab Al-Zarqawi, who said: “America’s head has been shoved in the sands and crushed by our heroes until its legendary [reputation] turned into a delusion.” The poster also included a text at the bottom highlighting that “60 Americans, along with their collaborators, were killed, and 100 others wounded in a martyrdom attack carried out by the Islamic State near the Kabul airport.”

A pro-ISIS Telegram channel, The Course Of 2021 Events, shared a post celebrating the attack. “History will write that the last kick of the shoe that America received before leaving Afghanistan was from the Muslims’ group [i.e., ISIS]. Here is America acknowledging that four Marines were killed and three others wounded. History will give a slap to the Taliban, who became protectors of America, its soldiers, nationals, and spies. What humiliation is worse than this, Muslims?” asked the post, and issued a threat: “Know that this is not the end of the story, more will follow, with Allah’s permission. This was just a salute. Just wait.”[2]

Hamza Al-Muhajir, an ISIS supporter, posted a photo showing ISIS suicide bomber Abdul Al-Rahaman Al-Lorgani, who carried out the attack making the “tawhid” gesture.[3] In his comment on the photo, Al-Muhajir implied that the suicide bomber is the true worshiper, whom prophet Muhammad once described as the one who worships Allah and believes in His oneness.[4]

Meanwhile, Al-Qaeda supporters had a different take on the attack. Unexpectedly, prominent Al-Qaeda supporter Warith Al-Qassam shared a post on Telegram celebrating the ISIS attack and criticizing those who are not doing so. “We do not like to get involved in arguments. However, we do not write to please anyone. Oh Allah, some sick souls are refraining from celebrating the death of Americans!!”

He added that regardless of who carried out the operation or whether it will have grave consequences for the Taliban, one should celebrate the killing of American soldiers.

“Regardless of the negative implications of this attack for the Islamic Emirate Of Afghanistan, if there are any – and we do not think there are – or even the positive implications for the Christians, the news about the fall of 27 American soldiers is joyful news, even if they were killed by China, and certainly if they were killed at the hands of Muslim.”

He elaborated: “Those who celebrated and supported attacks by Iran-backed Hamas on the Jews on the pretext that they were carried out by Muslims, should feel joy about the attack carried out by the follower of the state of illusion [i.e., ISIS].”[5]

However, the pro-Al-Qaeda Telegram channel Naqil condemned the attack in a post, accusing ISIS of being an agent of “international intelligence” and warning that the Taliban’s Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan will bring ISIS to justice. “The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the Taliban, will pursue you. There is no other option but to crush you, so do not be too happy and try to leave with your masters on their planes before the end of the evacuation process,” said the Telegram channel, which concluded the post with a hashtag that reads: “Taliban is prevailing.”

Jihadi clerics in Syria had their own take as well. Idlib-based cleric Abu Yehya Al-Shami wrote a post on Telegram downplaying the attack, saying that it is a “common event during exceptional times when everyone is preoccupied with the transition of power and stability is not completely secured.” He added: “Anyway, the Taliban has many challenges ahead, including economic and security challenges. We ask Allah to grant them success.”[7]

Syria-based Saudi jihadi cleric Abdullah Al-Muhaysini condemned ISIS, accusing it of being “today’s Khawarij,” i.e., renegades. “After their silence during the years of occupation, Daesh followers carry out an explosion in Kabul killing Americans who are pulling out, along with dozens of civilians, just as they did in Syria,” he said, accusing ISIS of collaborating with the West.[8]

 

[1] Telegram, August 26, 2021.

[2] Telegram, August 26, 2021.

[3]  The index finger gesture that ISIS fighters use to indicate the belief in the oneness of God.

[4] Telegram, August 26, 2021.

[5] Telegram, August 26, 2021.

[6] Telegram, August 26, 2021.

[7] Telegram, August 26, 2021.

[8] Telegram, August 26, 2021.

 

 

 

 

 

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