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The international discussion room is full of rumors about the sudden takeover of Kabul by the Taliban, but no one has mentioned how the Pakistani president was humiliated for asking for permission to carry out airstrikes using the Pakistani airspace. Power prevailed and the weakest succumbed to the high tension of American and NATO pressure. We saw the same kind of pressure earlier in the Middle East region where the US policy on the Arab Spring to take control of the Middle East was frustrated, as was their loss in Afghanistan now. If you see the hegemonic policy of the United States vis-à-vis the Middle East and South Asia, both support notions of aggression.

The international chat room posts various comments and these incessant arguments come against the United States and the Taliban.

Currently, the Taliban are cursed for not including women in their cabinet when, surprisingly, there are hardly any women in the international discussion forums themselves.

The international community will continue to curse the Taliban while continuing to advance its agenda unhindered. Is it unfair now to keep the Taliban isolated? They must be integrated into the mainstream and be part of the international community. Let’s see how the international community takes up the issue of the Taliban at the UNSC to resolve it.

The announcement of the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan was first made during the time of President Obama. At the same time, however, the hawkish US policy of subduing the Middle East was already in full swing as part of President George W. Bush’s grand idea to take over the Middle East and the United States. Iran. Obama said US forces, authorities and the CIA achieved their long-held target and objective in capturing and killing Osama bin Laden. He also said he plans to withdraw 33,000 extra troops by the summer of 2012, including 10,000 by the end of 2011, while around 70,000 remaining US troops are expected to remain. until 2014. Obama confirmed that the United States was holding preliminary peace talks with the Taliban leadership and the UN Security Council. He extended the full withdrawal deadline until the end of 2016. Later in May 2016, Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, both candidates trying to succeed President Hamid Karzai, pledged to sign a security deal with the states. -United as a prerequisite for any post-2014. Presence of American troops, hence the withdrawal was slowed down leaving 8,400 soldiers behind.

In October 2018, the new United States Special Representative for Reconciliation in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, traveled to Doha to explore the potential for peace talks during a meeting with the Taliban. On October 25, 2018, Pakistan finally released the former deputy head of the Taliban, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, at the request of the United States. The United States and the Taliban began open bilateral negotiations in Doha, agreeing to discuss military withdrawal, counterterrorism and a ceasefire as talks continue over the next eight months .

I had told Mr. Zalmay Khalilzad in my capacity that the United States would fail in pursuing its agenda because the Taliban will never reach a compromise with Dr. Ghani. He disagreed with me until August 15, 2021.

To reach the conclusion, Pakistan negotiated again and finally, in February 2020, the United States and the Taliban signed an agreement in Doha in which all foreign forces were supposed to leave Afghanistan by May 2021. The signing of the agreement is attributed to General Qamar Javed Bajwa. , the head of the army and General Faiz Hameed, DG ISI. Taliban negotiating teams and the Afghan government met face to face in Doha for the first time after the Afghan government completed the release of 5,000 Taliban prisoners. Acting US Secretary of Defense Christopher C. Miller has announced plans to reduce the number of troops in Afghanistan to 2,500 by mid-January 2021.

Ending a 20-year US-Afghan war, President Biden announced that the United States would withdraw by September 11, 2021, regardless of progress in intra-Afghan peace talks. As a rushed and dramatic development, Biden mysteriously ordered a rapid evacuation of troops in August 2021.

The FBI report on the 9/11 incident highlights the meeting of a Saudi government employee, Omar Al Bayoumi with the hijackers at a restaurant, which was described as a chance meeting by the Commission. The FBI has now described the meeting as a pre-planned and well-orchestrated event, as the witness to the meeting saw Bayoumi waiting for the hackers at the restaurant window rather than bumping into them by chance and they had a long conversation together. The report also suggests that Thumairy and Bayoumi were also linked to known international terrorists on a phone tree. Bayoumi was in “almost daily” contact with a man with connections to the mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center attack. Thumairy’s phone was linked to people with connections to the Millennium Plot Bomber.

It is ironic that Osama bin Laden, the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks, was himself a Saudi national. The question here is why are Afghanistan and Pakistan constantly blamed for something they were never even involved in? Why is Pakistan, despite its obvious and remarkable role in the US war on terrorism and the Afghan peace process, accused of harboring terrorism?

Technically, Al Qaeda was formed in the 1980s when young Muslims around the world joined the Afghan mujahedin as volunteers in a jihad against the Soviet Union. The question is, who called them, gathered and trained them in Afghanistan? It was the United States. The United States gave birth to the Mujahedin by portraying itself as a messiah for Muslims and used them against their great rival for their geopolitical goals. It was around the same time that a wealthy Saudi Arabian, Osama bin Laden, was one of those mujahedin brought in by the United States for training. The United States deliberately left these Mujahedin behind to create a state of civil war in Afghanistan in order to have a reason to intervene in Afghanistan in the future. The point to consider here is that all of these attacks that happened afterwards were carried out inside Muslim territories and by Muslims themselves, until the 9/11 attack happened. Why did the CIA not intervene when it was aware of the possibility of something happening?

The United States has deployed its forces in almost every Muslim country in the name of security and protection, but who is the enemy that would harm them? Muslims themselves or those who fear the strength of the Muslim community fighting together its enemy?

Now the only reason the United States blames Afghanistan and Pakistan is because the unity between the two leaves no effort to create unrest in the region. So the superpower has once again left the bone of contention behind after a sudden evacuation for the entire region to deal with.

Intellectuals and global investigators need to explore if this incident had anything to tie into the broader US plan to take control of the Middle East and Iran? If this point were to be taken into account in the international chat room, then why should the FBI bring Saudi intelligence into it? Why and what then? After all, who is behind Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and how do TTP sympathizers openly threaten to attack Pakistan. Let’s see how Pakistan will counter this deadly TTP in the future.

The views are mine only and do not necessarily represent the views of my party.

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