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Back To Normal: Kabul Airport Reopened To Receive Aid, Taliban Fighters March In Victory Parade

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Back To Normal: Kabul Airport Reopened To Receive Aid, Taliban Fighters March In Victory Parade

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The Hamid Karzai International airport in the Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul was reopened by the Taliban and is now ready to receive humanitarian aid. The airport is expected to resume civilian flights soon.

Al Jazeera news agency reported, citing Qatar’s ambassador to Afghanistan, that the runway was repaired in cooperation with Afghanistan’s authorities.

A plane from the UAE was reportedly the first to land at Kabul airport on September 3. About 60 tons of food and medicine were delivered from the United Arab Emirates to Kabul.

According to the report, two domestic flights have already been operated to the cities of Mazar-i-Sharif and Kandahar from the capital.

Afghanistan has always been heavily dependent on the foreign aid. On their part, the Taliban authorities have rushed to prepare the necessary infrastructure for aid transfer. However, the international community is yet to take measures to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan.

The United Nations are going to hold an international conference on aid for Afghanistan on September 13. UN head Antonio Guterres is set to convene the member-states to support the war-torn country in order to avoid a “looming humanitarian catastrophe”.

The United States Congress is expected to finance the United Nations’ humanitarian work in Afghanistan but is unlikely to directly fund a new Taliban-led government, according to US officials.

Anyway, the Taliban do not get upset and continues the celebration of their victory. On September 3rd, following the reports of the Taliban taking control over the Panjshir region, where the resistance forces continue to fight, the aerial gunfire believed to be celebratory was heard in Kabul and other cities over the country. As a result, at least 17 people were killed and another 41 people were injured in Kabul.

In response to the deaths, the Taliban authorities banned aerial fire. Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman, said on Twitter that people should ‘thank God instead’ of firing into the air.

In Kandahar, the Taliban members staged a military parade to celebrate the victory over the foreign invaders.

The militants demonstrated captured U.S. equipment and weapons, as well as suicide belts and homemade bombs. The militants marched under the flag of the Islamic Emirate.

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taymour

Hunderds of Talibanfighters captured in Panjsher after they enterred the valley and the entrance was blown up by the NRF
All equipment seized

US & EU are Zion slaves

Indeed the Taliban failed to take the Valley again and they claim a victory which was funny, it ended up killing two civilians and harming few others, their leaders had to make a statement to their pigs to not shoot in civilian areas and for fact anywhere. Taliban backward apes and lovers of Osama the goat fuker from KSA.

Tajikistan seems to be the only country that said “fuk you” to the Taliban so far, ofc they have a lot of Tajik in Afghanistan. 2 weeks ago or so, Tajikistan airdrop some foods and weapons to the valley and they said they don’t recognize Afghanistan under the Taliban.

But the Taliban are the same ugly goat fukers from before they have stopped all foods and fuel to the valley long ago.
They failed a few times now, they just might wait and let people of the valley run out of food.

Who knows…

goingbrokes

That flag they are marching with looks suspiciously like the flag of Jabhat Fatah al Sham’s flag, and the marching guys look like a collection of the jihadi groups from Syria. The guys in the stands also don’t look like Taliban leaders. Everything is not what it seems here. Is there a backroom deal to get the groups that attacked Syria to now operate from Afghanistan under the nominal control of Taliban, but actually under the control of someone else? That would suit the globalist cabal very well.

Dave

No. The similarity is in the common heritage of these symbols. What is global is the industry that produces uniforms. The Taliban will think twice before allowing more external jihadis into their land. As with “Al-Qaeda” before, those that are already there cannot simply kicked out, that would go against their sense of hospitality.

goingbrokes

No. I know about these symbols. Jays al-Muhajireen and Sultan Murad Brigade also use the same text, but the colours are different. I’m talking about the flag being virtually identical to Jabhat Fatah al Sham’s flag. I’d post a picture if I could. There is almost no difference at all.

Dave

“Afghanistan has always been dependent on foreign aid”. Really? How far back does your “always” go? Just checking your historical memory (or lack thereof).

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