Terrorist Group Al Qaeda Growing After Botched Afghanistan Withdrawl

Islamic terrorist group Al Qaeda is reportedly growing in size in Afghanistan since President Biden’s botched withdrawal from the country.

report from the U.N. Security Council said that despite the Taliban’s claims, “the relationship between the Taliban and Al-Qaida remains close, and the latter maintains a holding pattern in Afghanistan under Taliban patronage.”

The report said that the Taliban is trying to hide its relationship with Al Qaeda and noted that the group has “established up to eight new training camps in Afghanistan, including four in Ghazni, Laghman, Parwan and Uruzgan Provinces, with a new base to stockpile weaponry in the Panjshir Valley.”

Al Qaeda has also established five madrasas, a school for Islamic indoctrination, in Laghman, Kunar, Nangarhar, Nuristan, and Parwan Provinces.

“The group maintains safe houses to facilitate the movement between Afghanistan and the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Provinces of Herat, Farah and Helmand, with additional safe house locations in Kabul,” the report added.