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According to UN member states, terrorists of the Al Qaeda organization are living in at least 15 provinces of Afghanistan. -file photo
The United Nations (UN) report has revealed that the relationship between the terrorist organization Al Qaeda and the Taliban has not weakened, but has strengthened. In this report prepared by 18 countries, it has been told that Al Qaeda terrorists are hiding in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Al Zawahiri, the former leader of the organization, is also alive. However, he is already very weak.
This report has come to the fore at a time when the US is withdrawing its forces from Afghanistan under the agreement. According to the plan, the US military will completely withdraw from Afghanistan by September 11.
Last year itself, the current US President Donald Trump and the Taliban signed an agreement. Under this, the Taliban promised that no member of the organization had spoken of helping in any way.
Al Qaeda terrorists settled in 15 provinces of Afghanistan
The report said the relationship between al-Qaeda and the Taliban showed no signs of deteriorating. Rather, the relationship between the two has become even stronger like marriage and partnership. It was claimed that both these organizations now want to move forward with a very strong relationship for their next generation as well.
According to UN member states, terrorists of the Al Qaeda organization are living in at least 15 provinces of Afghanistan. It consists of the Eastern, Southern and South-Eastern provinces. Sheikh Mahmood, led by al-Zawahiri, is running the organization.
no info on zawahiri
According to the report, Zawahiri is alive, but he has become very weak. This is the reason that no information about his location or information about him is revealed. The leadership of al-Qaeda is basically non-Afghan people and includes more people from North Africa and West Asian countries.