Afghanistan, Isis-k does not stop. Objectives: planes and civil war
Isis-k it will not stop at the bombing of the Kabul airport, which cost the lives of hundreds of people, but the terrorist group’s goal is to do even more. The alarm comes directly from the Pentagon, the armed group – we read in Repubblica – is planning the next objectives, on the one hand it plans an attack on an aircraft and on the other it wants to take advantage of the chaos that has been generated in Afghanistan to give life to a civil war against the Taliban, in order to lead the global jihad. They aim to become the new Al Qaeda, taking away from the Taliban the primacy of the movement, of which they are now allies and protectors.
General Kenneth McKenzie, at the top of the central command of the United States, in a press briefing said – explains Il Corriere della Sera – that he had no idea how the bombers could have reached the Kabul airport. “Security is in part entrusted to members of the Taliban and Afghan forces, some are good and scrupulous and others are less so.” The general then confirmed that further attacks have occurred in Kabul. The Russian media reported, in this regard, a vehicle carrying the Taliban jumped on a bomb about 7 kilometers from the airport and Reuters wrote about another explosion that took place near the ministry for combating drug trafficking.