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NYT published op-ed by Taliban leader where al-Zawahiri was given safe haven

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The United States pulled out of Afghanistan in a chaotic, unorganized  manner which left the country ripe for the reemergence of terrorist control. That is exactly what happened, as is proven by the drone attack that killed one of the world’s most wanted terrorists and 9/11 mastermind Ayman al-Zawahiri.

Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed at the home of an FBI-wanted senior Taliban official, Sirajuddin Haqqani. It goes to show that the Taliban is itself a terrorist organization siding with a Qaeda.

Haqqani, deputy leader of the Taliban, has been linked to brutal and deadly attacks, was once given a platform by the New York Times to write  an op-ed and “ask for a peace agreement between the US and Afghan leaders in 2020” writes the new York Post.

The New York Post reports of the relationship and courtesy the Times showed the Taliban leader:

is on the FBI’s most wanted list for his alleged involvement in a January 2008 attack on a Kabul hotel that killed six people, including an American citizen. He is also believed to have coordinated and participated in cross-border attacks against the United States and coalition forces in Afghanistan, according to the agency.
The FBI is offering up to $10 million for information leading directly to his arrest.

Haqqani is on the FBI’s most wanted list for his alleged involvement in a January 2008 attack on a Kabul hotel that killed six people, including an American citizen. He is also believed to have coordinated and participated in cross-border attacks against the United States and coalition forces in Afghanistan, according to the agency.

The FBI is offering up to $10 million for information leading directly to his arrest.

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