War-torn Afghanistan now faces insider attack challenge
September 7, 2018 | Brainwave Science
According to Reuters news report, “An Afghan policeman shot dead at least eight fellow officers, burned their bodies and took their weapons to join Taliban militants.” The latest incident adds to the toll from dozens of insider attacks in Afghanistan this year alone. The perpetrator was apparently connected with the Taliban, police spokesman, Khalil Asir said, adding that he fled to the group taking weapons.
This insider attack occurred in northeastern Takhar province and came just days after a US soldier was killed by an Afghan policeman in eastern Logar province, the second American to be killed in an insider attack this year. Consecutive attacks occur on regular basis it has almost become a new normal for Afghanistan. A day before this latest incident, twin bombings at a wrestling training center in a Shiite neighborhood of Afghanistan’s capital killed at least 20 people, including two reporters, and wounded 70. ISIS claimed responsibility on Thursday for the twin bombings in the predominantly Shiite Muslim neighborhood, which the terror group had targeted before.
The Taliban has been the most potent armed force in Afghanistan since it emerged from the south of the country in 1994. While the U.S.-led coalition continues its seemingly unwinnable war against the extremists, the threat of the local ISIS affiliate group is growing. As ISIS has lost territory in Syria and Iraq, the group’s fighters have looked for new areas in which to continue their activities. The Taliban and the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) are facing off in a battle for control of Afghanistan, even as the U.S. and its allies attempt to pacify the war-torn nation. There is no room for doubt that Afghanistan is at war — not only with Taliban and Islamic State, but with 20-plus other terrorist organizations as well as its neighbor Pakistan that harbors and trains Taliban fighters and other terrorist groups on its soil for use against Afghanistan.
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