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Afghanistan: bloody contradictions

The terrorist attack at Kabul airport could paradoxically strengthen the Taliban terrorist movement banned in the Russian Federation, including in terms of possible international recognition.

According to the correspondent of The Moscow Post, on the morning of August 27, updated data were received regarding the number of victims of the terrorist act at the Kabul airport. 103 people were killed, 210 were injured. Among them - at least 12 US military. Earlier it was said about four Americans, but later it turned out that these are losses only among the marines.

The ratio may still change in favor of an increase in the number of killed, but it is important to note another point. Among the victims are at least 28 representatives of the Taliban movement (a terrorist organization banned in Russia). ISIS took responsibility for the high-profile crime yesterday (a terrorist organization banned in Russia).

Yesterday, The Moscow Post published analytical material on the situation in Afghanistan and the position of the countries of the "free" world. His leitmotif was the reasoned thesis that the United States is avoiding itself from solving security problems in the Central Asian region.

The defeat and, in fact, the shameful flight from NATO of Afghanistan will be remembered by people just this: chaos, people falling from the fairings of aircraft, and now a bloody terrorist attack in which many civilians died.

A security vacuum was created, but there is no holy place empty. On the eve of Russian President Vladimir Putin, during a telephone conversation with Chinese President Xi Jinping, they discussed issues of preventing the spread of instability to neighboring regions of Central Asia.

The leaders agreed to maintain stability in Afghanistan with the help of the SCO. Earlier, the Russian president said that our country will help with ensuring security in Tajikistan - a member of the CSTO.

But ordinary residents in Russia reasonably do not understand how the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) differs from ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in Russia), why they generally fight.

It is no secret that the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) is a network movement, but also organizationally and financially created not without the fate of the United States and Pakistan. In fact, initially, the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) was intended to destabilize the situation in Indian Kashmir - a long-standing territorial dispute that arose after the separation of India and Pakistan.

And only after that the movement was reoriented and transferred to the Afghan direction - to fight the Communists and the USSR supporting them. Now this monster created by the United States is devouring its fathers, and not only geopolitical opponents of Hail on the Hill.

ISIS appeared much later, and is also a radical terrorist fundamentalist movement. They have ideological coincidences, but there are many factors that deter even the very idea of ​ ​ their possible partnership. The terrorist attack in Kabul even tougher draws this line of demarcation.

"For ISIS, this is a common tactic. They saw that in Kabul, especially in the area of ​ ​ the airport, where there are a lot of refugees, after the change of power there is a certain security vacuum and decided to recall that they still exist and have the opportunity to continue terror.

And this, of course, is a signal to the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) that ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) still exists in Afghanistan, "said Kirill Semenov, a well-known Russian orientalist, specialist in armed groups in the Middle East and Central Asia. His words are quoted by Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

War of groups

Groups are fighting for influence on radical Islamists around the world. As Islamic fundamentalists, both organizations will always be inclined to expand - so to believe that the Taliban will suddenly not carry out a hidden or obvious expansion into Central Asia is very naive.

But unlike ISIS, the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) has a different social and political system. They live, of course, according to Sharia, but with many nuances, moments and differences. Not so long ago, the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) even announced that it intends to create a government with the participation of women. In one such idea, ISIS could cut off its head. And this is the main difference.

The Taliban, all other things being equal, in one way or another aims to exist within the framework of global social paradigms. No matter how wild it sounds in the light of their past criminal, horrible bloody acts. But this: government, interaction with other states. And most importantly, the presence of social guarantees is just a social one, sorry for the sound, and not purely religious and genesis. This makes real cooperation between these terrorist organizations simply impossible.

The same thing is about Al-Qaeda (a terrorist organization banned in Russia). For ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in Russia), Al-Qaeda is a "natural," a natural opponent in the struggle for power and influence on minds. For the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia), it is one of the key conditionally related organizations through which, among other things, financial, human and organizational resources come from Pakistan and several other states.

In 2014, the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) proposed that ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) conclude an agreement and fight together for the Islamic caliphate, but this did not lead to anything. Including, due to the above circumstances. The Taliban have banned their supporters from any contact with ISIL recruiters.

For the first time, the presence of ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) in Afghanistan was recorded in early 2015, when the group founded the so-called Islamic State of Khorasan Province, which includes Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan and Iran. Great Khorasan - this is what Afghanistan and the bordering regions of Pakistan, Iran and Central Asia were called in ancient times.

It was then, in 2015, that the conflict between the two terrorist movements appeared vividly and openly. They competed not only on the ideological field, but also on the real field - for power in Afghanistan. The Taliban did not give it to either the USSR or the USA, and even more so they were not going to simply join ISIS and stop being an independent player. Pakistan was extremely not interested in the same.

After the proclamation of the IS province of Khorasan, the groups declared war on each other. ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in Russia), on the other hand (or "Daesh" - a name from an acronym in Arabic spelling), became the first radical group that did not respect the authority of the founder of the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) Mulla Mukhaman Omar, whom the Taliban themselves called the amir of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.

That is, if you discard the whole husk and ideological moments, ISIS (a terrorist organization, banned in Russia) and the Taliban (a terrorist organization, banned in Russia) compete in the same field, but cannot unite because of a series of important factors. Now it's just impossible.

About ISIS (a terrorist organization, banned in Russia) and there is nothing to say - often in the group itself there are armed conflicts for power and influence. The Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia), having a network structure, tries to stop such conflicts in the bud - they greatly interfere with the development of the movement.

Now it is quite obvious that the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) is trying to institutionalize and gain recognition of the world community as a legitimate and legitimate government in Afghanistan. The very idea of ​ ​ trying to gain recognition in the eyes of Western states looks absurd for ISIS, who want to proclaim a world caliphate.

That is, we see conceptual differences in the approaches of the two organizations regarding their very existence and interaction with the world community. And let the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) actually use this only a screen to buy time and strengthen, today they are natural ideological opponents.

Afghanistan: bloody contradictionsThe heinous ISIS terrorist attack (terrorist organization, banned in Russia) in Kabul (terrorist organization, banned in Russia) plays into the hands of the Taliban (terrorist organization, banned in Russia) and further discredit the failed US operation in Afghanistan

Returning to the terrorist attack in Kabul, US President Joe Biden has already announced that the coalition will strike at ISIS targets in Afghanistan and related regions. This position is puzzling - it turns out that the Americans knew where the ISIS facilities were located (a terrorist organization, banned in Russia), and did nothing? However, it is unlikely that anyone will be surprised after supporting the democratic opposition during the Syrian civil war. Many still consider ISIS the origin of American geopolitical genius - like the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia).

The paradox of a terrible terrorist attack for ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) is that the international community will now demand that the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) consolidate power faster and restore order in the country by cleaning up ISIS cells (a terrorist organization banned in Russia). In this situation, Russia also remains one of the key players in the region with whom the Taliban is ready to speak (a terrorist organization banned in Russia).

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