Regional players have long accused the US of supporting the group with midnight helicopter transport into Afghanistan.
By Alexander Rubinstein
Source: Mint Press News
The list of governments, former government officials, and organizations in the region that have accused the US of supporting ISIS-K is expansive and includes the Russian government, the Iranian government, Syrian government media, Hezbollah, an Iraqi state-sponsored military outfit and even former Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who called the group a “tool” of the United States as journalist Ben Norton recentlynoted, characterizing Karzai as “a former US puppet who later turned against the US, and knows many of its secrets.”
So what exactly is ISIS-K and what is it’s history? After ISIS’s Afghanistan variant became a household name overnight following a suicide bombing at Kabul’s airport that killed more than 170 people and wounded more than 200, the group’s history demands renewed scrutiny.
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