Taliban fighters posed creepy Islamic State-style “graduation” photos in “stolen US military equipment” because fanatics terrorized Afghanistan
The chilling ISIS-style “graduation” photos show Taliban fighters posing in U.S. military equipment believed to have been stolen.
It is said that the organization “is no longer a group of farmers wearing sandals”, but has been promoted to become “a true professional force” through the team.
The photo shows the 313 Badri battalion of Al Qaeda’s military department in Pakistan. The members include the Taliban and Jihadist allied forces, paying tribute to their “new graduated troops.”
Masked soldiers dressed in full uniforms, armed with assault rifles, lined up neatly.
They also posed on their knees, brandished guns, and proudly brandished Taliban flags.
These images echo those released by ISIS, showing newly graduated jihadists waving the black and white ISIS flag during the parade.
Zaid Hamid, a Soviet-African war veteran, said that the Taliban photos released on July 28 showed that they were “further” than stealing from the Soviet army between 1979 and 1989.
He said: “When I was a member of the Afghan Mujahideen, we defeated the Soviet Union with Soviet weapons. These weapons were either snatched from the Soviet army or our allies gave us.
“But the Afghan Taliban went further. They just snatched it from the Americans and the Afghan army.”
He added: “From the broken militia formed by shepherds, farmers and shopkeepers, the Afghan Taliban has truly matured.
“The Indians worry that soon they will also find them in Indian-occupied Kashmir.”
A member of the Pakistani defense website commented: “It is no longer a group of farmers wearing sandals.
“They have become a true professional paramilitary force.”
Another said that the Taliban looked “better equipped” than the Pakistani Army Secret Service.
As the Taliban continued to terrorize Afghanistan, these photos were made public, Claims to control approximately 85% of the country.
The troop has surged in recent weeks, Seized dozens of areas and key border areas from the faltering Afghan security forces and army.
Refugees keep fleeing to the border As the cruel terrorist organization swept the country, escaped.
In the past few days, dozens of Civilians were dragged from their homes and executed Hunted down by the Taliban in Kandahar.
According to reports, the popular comedian Nazar Mohammad (Nazar Mohammad) was one of the tens of thousands who died when they fled the second largest city in Afghanistan.
The Taliban denied participating in his murder, but his family accused the terrorist organization.
This The U.S. and NATO issued an open letter last week The Taliban urged them to end the reign of terror when the army withdrew from Afghanistan.
Just as the United Nations expressed its “strong condemnation” of the extremist organization’s actions that led to the death of innocent civilians in recent weeks.