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So far no one has been able to post the perfect solution, which is not surprising. But Nangarhar Province is the core region of the Islamic State in Khorasan in Afghanistan, and it is likely that they are behind it.

They were previously behind several terrorist attacks in Jalalabad, the provincial capital.

According to the Afghan news site, pajok One of the targets was a pickup truck carrying Taliban security personnel. It was said that two of them were killed.

A Taliban official is investigating a crime scene in Jalalabad today.

Photo: Str/AFP

A local hospital spokesperson told Pajwhok they had received two dead and 21 injured. Among the wounded were women and civilians.

At about the same time, a bomb exploded in Kabul. It is said that there were several wounded, but it is not known how many.

The Islamic State in Khorasan challenges the Taliban’s authority

Today’s attacks are the first after the August 26 suicide bombings at Kabul airport.

At least 170 people were killed, and the attack gave the impression that the Taliban did not have the control they said they had.

At a press conference four days later, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said he hoped ISIS-influenced Afghans would surrender once an Islamic government was formed and the foreigners left.

But the Islamic State of Khorasan has goals other than the Taliban, and it is unlikely to disappear completely from the country.

Mullah Nada Muhammad, Taliban commander in Jalalabad.

The Taliban commander in Jalalabad, Mullah Nada Muhammad, promised to continue the fight against ISIS in Khorasan. Pictured here during an interview on Sept. 5.

Photo: James Edgar/AFP

Weakened, but not gone

IS-K is part of a global terrorist network fighting for an Islamic caliphate that extends far beyond the borders of Afghanistan. The network has its roots in Pakistan, but it has also recruited dissidents from the Afghan Taliban.

At its strongest, IS-K has taxed illegal timber transportation between eastern Kunar province and Pakistan.

The Afghan government forces, with the support of US drones and practically also, managed to expel most of the ISIS elements from their bases in Kunar and Nangarhar.

But today’s bombings indicate that they still have cells operating in several places, including the capital, Kabul.

Prisoners of IS-K in Nangarhar

The photo shows ISIS soldiers who surrendered to the Afghan authorities in the provincial capital of Jalalabad on November 27, 2019. 225 ISIS soldiers, along with 190 women and 208 children, were captured during two weeks in the Nangarhar Province.

Photo: Noorullah Shirzada/AFP

The United States does not rule out cooperation with the Taliban

United States Secretary of Defense Mark Milley said It is “possible” that the United States will cooperate with the Taliban against ISIS after withdrawing from the country.

The statement came at a press conference less than a week after the terrorist attack on Kabul airport.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meanwhile said it was “difficult to say what direction this would take with respect to the Taliban.”

President Joe Biden is likely wary of the continuing drone war in Afghanistan.

Yesterday, the Defense Command admitted that ten civilians, including seven children, were killed in an attack in Kabul on August 29.

The original messages from the US military were that two ISIS terrorists had been killed in Khorasan and that a new suicide attack had been averted.

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