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The Afghan mujahideen are making a comeback amid Islamic State fears
Washington Post

The Afghan mujahideen are making a comeback amid Islamic State...

By , MAZAR-E SHARIF, Afghanistan — The 25 men who gathered last week in a poor enclave of this ancient city bore the scars of a lifetime of war. One lost four fingers fighting Taliban militants. Another lost his right leg fighting the Soviets. Washington Post, 1 month ago
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AfricanSeer

How King Salman bin Abdulaziz 'raised cash for Mujahideen'

King Salman allegedly funded Mujahideen fighting Soviets in Afghanistan New ruler is believed to be suffering from both Alzheimer's and dementia The 79-year-old has fathered 13 children from his three wives since 1955 His second son Prince Sultan ...
 AfricanSeer2 months ago New king 'raised cash for Mujahideen'  New Zealand Herald2 months ago New Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz 'raised cash for Mujahideen'  New Zealand Herald2 months ago The Next King of the Saudis: Salman, the Family Sheriff  Brookings Institution2 months ago
Al Jazeera

New Afghanistan: Mujahideen need not apply?

Story highlights "Removing the mujahideen from the political scene will not impair us, it will damage the country," threatened Abdul Rab Sayyaf, a former Afghan jihadi leader at a gathering in Kabul on Sunday marking the 26thanniversary of the ...
 Al Jazeera1 month ago
Tolo News

Sayyaf Criticizes NUG Over Sidelining Mujahideen From Power

News - Afghanistan Sunday, 15 February 2015 17:19 Written by Strongly criticizing the National Unity Government (NUG) over what he believed as the isolation of mujahideen from political power, ex-Jihadist Abdul Rab Rassoul Sayyaf emphasized ...
 Tolo News1 month ago
VOA News

Pakistan bans Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Afghan-based Haqqani network

Other groups added to the notorious list of banned entities are Harkat-ul-Jihad Islami, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, Ummah Tameer-i-Nau, Haji Khairullah Hajji Sattar Money Exchange, Rahat Limited, Roshan Money Exchange, Al-Akhtar Trust and Al-Rashid ...
 24Dunia2 months ago Pakistan Reportedly Bans Haqqani Terrorist Network  VOA News2 months ago Ban or not, US antipathy to Haqqani is puzzling  Abu Dhabi National1 month ago Pakistan bans Hafiz Saeed's JuD, Haqqani network  Livemint.com2 months ago
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Afghanistan's Mujahideen and a fragile peace

Listen Ali Reza Sarwar Twenty-six years ago, in February 1989, the last Soviet soldiers pulled out of Afghanistan, ending a nine-year of bloody invasion that left behind a ravaged land and cost the lives of roughly 15,000 Red Army soldiers and ...
 Gulf Time UAE3 weeks ago
Pakistan Today

Motorcycle riding, flag adorning Afghan vigilantes challenge IS, Taliban

Most of the fighters under Marg's banner were part of the mujahideen who fought the Soviet Union in the 80s, but don't comply with the Taliban's ideology Tired of the war and creeping militancy with the likes of the Taliban and now the Islamic ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago MARG : Motorcycle riding, flag adorning Afghan vigilantes challenge Islamic State, Taliban  4 Traders4 weeks ago Taliban denies IS presence in Helmand  Frontier Post2 months ago
Sott.net

From Afghanistan to Syria, from mujahideens to ISIS: A short history of US-led warfare

The barbarous phenomenon we recently witnessed in France has roots that go back to at least 1979 when the mujahedeen made their appearance in Afghanistan. At that time their ire was directed at the leftist Taraki government that had come into power ...
 Sott.net1 month ago Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? Recruited by the CIA  Global Research1 month ago
Nurse.com

Nurse's book recounts efforts by fellow nurse to start school for women in Afghanistan

Susan Fox, RN At the tail end of the 1960s, long before words like Taliban and Mujahideen would fall on Western ears, a young American nurse and Peace Corps volunteer traveled to Afghanistan to help establish a nursing school for young women. ...
 Nurse.com2 months ago
CNN

ISIS recruiter targets Afghans

Story highlights There's no shortage of battle-hardened militants in Afghanistan, writes Nick Paton-Walsh Concerns are growing about how ISIS may expand into the country A senior U.S. official fears disaffected Taliban might be attracted to the ...
 CNN2 days ago CNN exclusive: Video shows ISIS recruiting Afghans  CNN3 days ago 'ISIS recruits Afghans' in chilling video  Channel40003 days ago
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