Unrest in Afghanistan - Updates and Discussions [Breaking: Kabul has fallen - Taliban rule Afghanistan]


Well-Known Member
Here is the funny part:
Bennet trying to sell Biden an attack on Iran when Biden's feet are reaching his ass running away from Afghanistan:lol:
Bad timing dude:cigar:

Biden's Disastrous Afghanistan Week Casts Shadow Over Bennett Visit

The planned high point of the Israeli prime minister's visit was derailed by the bomb attack in Kabul, but he does have one thing going for him – he's not Netanyahu


Well-Known Member

عبد الباري عطون الصدمات تتوالى على اسرائيل فشل ذريييع للقاء نفتالي بنت بالرئيس الأمريكي جو بايدن

Aug 29, 2021


Legendary Member
For the exception of the rifles I doubt they know how to use the rest. Beside all the heavy equipment can be destroyed with drones attacks.
They will be sold to neighboring countries.
Taliban will need funds because the US will put sanctions on them.


Well-Known Member
Apparently God tricked him😜

Bush: God told me to invade Iraq

President 'revealed reasons for war in private meeting'


President George Bush has claimed he was told by God to invade Iraq and attack Osama bin Laden's stronghold of Afghanistan as part of a divine mission to bring peace to the Middle East, security for Israel, and a state for the Palestinians.

The President made the assertion during his first meeting with Palestinian leaders in June 2003, according to a BBC series​



Well-Known Member

Avec la coordination directe du président ukrainien Volodymyr Zelensky, un avion de transport militaire de l’armée est arrivé à l’aéroport international de Boryspil, évacuant 83 personnes d’Afghanistan

31 Ukrainiens, ainsi que des citoyens d’autres pays. Il s’agit-là du deuxième panneau d’évacuation pour transporter des personnes de Kaboul à Kiev. La journaliste afghane Fatima Husseini a raconté les détails de l’évacuation et a remercié pour le sauvetage. « Les militaires ukrainiens sont de véritables héros. Ils nous ont aidés à nous rendre à l’aéroport, qui bombardait constamment les talibans, a-t-elle déclaré. Le chef du bureau du président Andriy Yermak a souligné que l’opération d’évacuation des personnes d’Afghanistan s’est déroulée sous contrôle du président de l’Ukraine. « Nous savons combien de héros nous avons en sept ans. Ce sont nos militaires. Dans ce cas, les employés de GUR sont vraiment des héros. Aujourd’hui, après cette opération, le monde entier le sait », a déclaré Andriy Yermak. Il a ajouté que plus de 100 citoyens ukrainiens restaient en Afghanistan, donc l’opération d’évacuation se poursuivra dans les prochains jours. « Comme le dit toujours le président ukrainien , nous ne laisserons aucun Ukrainien en difficulté, où qu’il se trouve dans le monde », a déclaré le chef du cabinet du chef de l’Etat.

Selon le ministère des Affaires étrangères, les États-Unis ont demandé à l’Ukraine de participer à l’opération d’évacuation des personnes en danger d’Afghanistan. L’Ukraine a accepté de fournir une assistance logistique pour l’expulsion des personnes de Kaboul en vue de leur réinstallation ultérieure aux États-Unis et dans d’autres pays. Cette opération n’implique pas l’octroi de l’asile aux personnes évacuées en Ukraine. Les États-Unis aident également l’État ukrainien à évacuer nos citoyens


Well-Known Member
Gee, and here I though the Afghanis were going to be so sad for becoming free and independent of the American imperialism.
My bad... I thought they were Lebanese🤣...

LOOK! They even have electricity😲

WATCH: Taliban ‘celebrates’ last American troops fleeing Afghanistan… ‘firing more ammo than in actual combat’ – RT correspondent​

Volleys of celebratory gunfire were heard across the Afghan capital to mark the complete withdrawal of American forces after a bloody 20-year conflict, with the newly reinstalled Taliban government declaring “full independence.”
“There’s a lot of gunfire,” RT’s senior correspondent Murad Gazdiev reported from Kabul in the early hours of Tuesday morning, speaking over the din of small arms popping off in the background. “This gunfire isn't violent, there are no clashes – in the capital the Taliban are celebrating.”
Everywhere, tracer rounds flying into the air in their thousands. The Taliban is celebrating victory, after 19 years, 10 months and 25 days, of the Afghan war, the US war in Afghanistan.

The raucous celebration erupted as a massive, weeks-long US evacuation effort finally came to a close, ending America’s longest war, which expended tens of thousands of lives and trillions of dollars over nearly two decades. With the American pull-out complete, Kabul, and indeed the majority of Afghanistan, are again under Taliban rule, just as they were prior to the US invasion in 2001.

“The airport is now under the control of the Taliban,” Gazdiev added. “That is where the gunfire started, it has spread now throughout the city – machine guns, rifles firing into the air, red tracer rounds streaming into the air.”
I get the sense the Taliban expended more ammunition on celebration than on actual combat over the past month.

Videos capturing barrages of gunfire have circulated online, with shots heard for miles around the Afghan capital as people cheered on the American exit.

The Taliban has also joined in on the celebration, with spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid declaring that “The last American occupier withdrew... and our country gained its full independence.” Earlier, the representative clarified that the “sounds of gunfire in Kabul are shots of joy at the withdrawal of US troops,” assuring Afghans they should not be “worried.”

A day of celebration for Taliban fighters was a more solemn one for the departing American forces, however, as some US citizens and allies remain trapped in Afghanistan after a hastily arranged evacuation effort – marred by a deadly suicide bombing outside the Kabul airport earlier this week – failed to bring all to safety.
“The United States leaves in a sad state, because many American citizens, never mind the citizens of US allies… they are still stuck in Afghanistan,” Gazdiev said. “People with passports, we saw them today in Kabul city center. The crowds packed around the airport, they were full of people with visas, with passports, desperate to get out of Afghanistan. They haven’t managed to make it.”

The Taliban, however, has assured that those stragglers will be allowed to leave the country once regular civilian flights resume at the Hamid Karzai International Airport, including Afghans who worked alongside US forces, despite being deemed collaborators by the new Taliban government. Though the group has so far appeared to facilitate evacuations, despite some turmoil and confusion at Taliban-run checkpoints around the airport, it remains to be seen whether it will make good on its assurances.


Well-Known Member
Damn right! But he didn't know it or believe it back then...

When will ALL the Lebanese learn from the Afghanis how to liberate ALL their land and rule themselves with no help from the French or the American ambassadors making their beds with the Saudi Bedouins so they can sleep...


أبو علي

Legendary Member
I know oroom is team America on this!

But congrats to the Muslims and specially to the Afghan People!
Liberating the heart of Khorasan from the Western imperialists is just the beginning of the new journey!

God be with you!