Al Qaeda Will Avenge Osama Bin Laden
US President Joe Biden has said that US troops in Afghanistan will withdraw completely by September 11, 2021. However, this US move did not affect Al-Qaeda ‘s plans to return for revenge …
Shortly after Biden’s announcement, NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg announced that NATO member states were in unity to exit Afghanistan from 1 May.
Following this historic decision, the withdrawal of US and NATO troops from Afghanistan officially began. The number of US soldiers currently in the country, estimated to be between 2,500 and 3,000 and approximately 7,000 NATO military personnel, will leave the country gradually from today.
US President Joe Biden announced on April 15 that the withdrawal process would begin on May 1, and that all military forces would withdraw before September 11, the anniversary of the invasion of Afghanistan.
Ten years have passed since the assassination of Osama bin Laden, the former leader of al-Qaeda, who was cited as responsible for the 9/11 attacks. Al Qaeda, on the other hand, went into a ‘decline’ phase after Bin Laden.
Al Qaeda considers its silence in the last 10 years as a ‘tactical’ necessity, as part of their long war against the western world.
US officials claimed last November that the number two name of the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda was assassinated in Iran by Israeli agents acting on behalf of the United States.
In its threat to the United States, the organization not only talked about avenging Osama Bin Laden, but said that if the USA does not end its presence in the “whole Islamic world”, it will be punished.
With the elimination of Osama Bin Laden, the leader became Ayman al Zawahiri. Last year it was announced that Zawahiri died naturally.
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