Taliban is not deterring from antics, then reneged from their big promise

The Haqqani Network has been included in Afghanistan's acting 'Islamic Emirates.' Thus, the Taliban's promises that it would not provide a safe haven to jihadists and prevent hardcore ideas have been exposed. The deputy leader of the Taliban and the new Home Minister of Afghanistan is Sirajuddin Haqqani. Sirajuddin heads the Haqqani Network and speaks of the US-based expert network as a criminal company.

The appointment of the same Sirajuddin and other fundamentalists in government characters has put an end to the hope that extremists are more pushing to reduce their hardcore ideas. According to the report, the history of al-Qaida relations and attacks against the US is far less an option than believing in the Haqqani Network near Washington. Many of the persons who have been given ministerial berths by the Taliban are leaders who are on the US or UN terror list.

Kamal Alam, a security expert at the Atlantic Council, the same US think tank, said, "They are playing the best game keeping the door open to Western intelligence agencies. They killed some Islamic State members in recent weeks and detained some. The rise of the Haqqani Network shows how important the group is in the fight against the Afghan government and the coalition forces," said Ioannis Koskinas, a senior partner at the New America think-tank.

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