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Taliban Accuses US Of Violating Afghanistan’s Airspace With Drones

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Taliban Accuses US Of Violating Afghanistan’s Airspace With Drones

Photo: U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian Ferguson

On September 29, Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Taliban and Deputy Minister of Information and Culture in the group’s Interim Government, said that US drones continue to violate the airspace of Afghanistan.

“It has recently acted in violation of all international law and the US commitments to the Islamic Emirate in Doha, Qatar, and Afghanistan’s sacred airspace is being occupied by US drones.” Mujahid wrote on Twitter. “These violations must be corrected and prevented.”

Mujahid went on to call all countries, especially the US, to respect international laws and avoid violating the airspace of Afghanistan.

The US completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan on August 30. Nevertheless, officials in Washington continue to talk about “over-the-horizon” counter-terrorism operations in the country, which is now ruled by the Taliban.

US Department of Defense spokesman John Kirby said on September 25 that the US does not have to cooperate with the Taliban in order to conduct such operations in Afghanistan. The spokesman also doubted that the Afghan group’s approval will be needed in the future.

“We retain all necessary authorities to execute over the horizon counterterrorism operations and we remain confident in these capabilities moving forward without speaking to specific rules of engagement surrounding airstrikes,” Kirby said.

Currently, the main foe of the US in Afghanistan is ISIS-Khorasan Province (ISIS-K). The terrorist group was behind the August 26 Kabul airport suicide attack which claimed the lives of 182 people including 13 US service members.

As for now, the Taliban can’t do anything to hinder the US freedom of operation in Afghanistan’s airspace. This situation may change later, especially if the group’s government managed to secure international recognition.

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block

U S pigshit try your hand. For the maximim results. Fck off trash.

Last edited 17 days ago by block
drone

where are the drones coming from? taliban could attack the country who allows the drones to fly from.

Ahson

Where else genius? There is a reason I reserve vile hatred for lower caste hendu-pak lower muzlim dalit people. Hendu-pak motherfucker would sell his dad at the brothel.

Last edited 17 days ago by Ahson
Attila

🖕🥜 sit and spin on it 100 mph

Ahson

attila my ass, yous a hendu-pak lower caste dalit wahabbi ain’t you?…….lol……you filthy scumbag the only way out for you is to revert. Nothing else!

Last edited 16 days ago by Ahson
YankeeGoHome

Revert to fireworshipping or idolworshipping?

Ahson

revert to being a lower caste dalit again.

Attila

🪳🖕🥜💩

YankeeGoHome

And you will sell your Momma – you still didnt give me an answer Majoosi – How much for your momma for 1 hour Muta’?

TopGum

They come from military bases in Italy or Greece, but possibly from UAE. They are being operated from US-soil via Germany. They have a relay station there. Nothing that the Afghans can do about it. They only can raise the attention of the international community to the violations of the US.
This is what they do. One day the US will pay for their crimes and violations of international laws. They are loosing ground everywhere. Their financial hegemony is also in fast decline. Everyone knows they live a lie by constantly borrowing money to pay for everything. Their whole economy is broken, they are highly dependent on foreign imports.

Ahson

Look at the map! Where is Al-Udeid at? Where is Al-Dhafra at? Italy and Greece? The reaper don’t got the range foo…..obviously they are landing at Shamsi or Dalbandin in Pakistan to refuel/ rearm. Get a clue. Thousands of US troops in Pakistan today. Why?

Last edited 16 days ago by Ahson
YankeeGoHome

They have Aircraft carriers and countless smaller warships off Paki coast – Puleez fireworshipper. You need to keep your panties on.Also, Mr Know-Fuckall, heres some specs of long distance versions of the Reaper:
Fast Facts: 460 mph (max speed), 402 mph (cruise speed), 18 hours of endurance
Cost: $12-$15 Million
Dimensions: 44′ x 66′
Range: 15,240 miles

– Hows that Muta’ deal coming along with your momma? – is $5 enough?

Last edited 16 days ago by YankeeGoHome
Ahson

you keep up the denial nigglet. Facts are your debts are $283 billion and counting…….lol……you’d sell your dad ass out the back door of the brothel. Like yous always done. Lower caste pashtu being used as cannon fodder since 1980. Get real.

Last edited 16 days ago by Ahson
TopGum

US has drone bases all over Europe. Some countries do not allow them to carry weapons, some do. The US has no drone base in Pakistan and does not refuel them there. This is well known.

Ahson

You’d have to create air corridors from far away, blowing your surprise. Reapers are not stealth. Enemy would get incoming warning. Shaving off 3,000 miles each way restricts loiter time which is critical in drone operations. You just wait the news will be leaked sooner or later all these drones operating from Dalbandin/ Shamsi. Last time too the punjabi dalit denied it all, until they couldn’t hide the truth.

Last edited 16 days ago by Ahson
L du Plessis

shoot them down like the Houtis do !!

YankeeGoHome

Taliban Leadership must stay underground or the entire government will be liquidated by drone – Israeli style. 1st order of business is for China/Iran to supply anti drone/ anti aircraft systems and close regional airspace to Yankees and Co.

US & EU are Zion slaves

The USA should have used Drones in Afghanistan in the first place, it would cost less and it would make those backward Sunnis cry like Pakistan.

Remember people, Russia, China, and Iran don’t like the Taliban and you know why.
“In December 2001, the United Nations Security Council established the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) to oversee military operations in the country and train Afghan National Security Forces.”
Support: India, Russia, Turkey, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia.

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