Son of famous anti Taliban fighter and Vice President of Afghanistan Begin Battle Against the Taliban
https://youtu.be/Q1r_Mq6Rzpg?t=287 Could the anti-Taliban National Resistance Front retake Afghanistan? | DW News
Afghan forces are now getting air support from unknown countries
Aircraft from an unknown country attacked the Taliban in northern Afghanistan.
The terrorists of the Taliban movement (banned on the territory of Russia - editor's note) suffered the largest losses in two days than in the last four months. As it became known, in addition to the fact that the forces of the Northern Alliance defeated large detachments of terrorists in the north of the country, liberating a large region from militants, it was reported that unknown aircraft attacked members of the Taliban movement in the neighboring region, thereby opening up the opportunity for the rebel forces to liberate another large region in the north of the country.
It is reported that Taliban terrorists came under fire from the air, while several rocket attacks were carried out on the area of concentration of the Taliban. Initially, it was assumed that the forces of the Northern Alliance might be behind the strikes, however, the latter are not armed with combat aircraft, with the exception of 1-2 Mi-17 helicopters. At the same time, there was information that the strike could have been delivered by the A-29 Tucano \ Super Tucano attack aircraft, which could have gone to help the rebel army from the territory of neighboring states (Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, etc.), where these aircraft had previously been transferred.
Local media also confirmed reports that aircraft are beginning to arrive at the militia of Ahmad Massoud in Panjshir, which gives very ample opportunities for the rebuilding Afghan forces.
“Terrorists are now very vulnerable, as they are gathered in relatively small groups of 100-150 people. One raid of light attack aircraft can freely destroy such units, and taking into account the fact that over the past 96 hours the forces of the Northern Alliance have increased from 7 to 10 thousand people, the Taliban may face very big problems , ”the specialist notes.
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Resistance Leader: "Surrender Is Not Part Of My Vocabulary"
National Resistance Forces report heavy casualties in Baghlan. The photo shows the surrendered Taliban.
The Taliban are reported to have suffered heavy defeat in several locations, including Andarab. More than 300(now 350) Taliban have been killed, at least as many surrendered
Escalations between Ahmad Massoud, the son of Ahmad Shah Massoud and the Taliban
Efforts and political dialogue to surrender Panjshir have apparently been unsuccessful, and the Taliban leadership has reportedly ordered its forces to seize the province by force.
Ahmad Massoud, the son of Ahmad Shah Massoud, has warned that the country would be embroiled in a civil war if the Taliban chose a military path.
Panjshir is the only province not under Taliban control and the Taliban have been very cautious about it.
Panjshir is a long and mountainous valley and it is extremely difficult to cross. The province is famous for its invincibility and is known as the center of resistance against the former Soviet forces and then the Taliban. This can be considered one of the reasons why the Taliban tried to take control of Panjshir through dialogue.
In addition, the attack on Panjshir could have serious consequences for the Taliban, including the possibility of attacking them in other parts of Afghanistan, such as the recent attacks in Baghlan, where the Taliban lost control of three districts.
“I am the son of Ahmad Shah Massoud; surrender is not part of my vocabulary.” : Massoud Jr.