Taliban vs. ISIS: The Islamic State Is Doomed in Afghanistan. Five reasons why the Islamic State can’t prevail.
The UN has accused ISIS of human rights abuses and war crimes. In the western world, ISIS is primarily known for a series of videos showing beheadings of soldiers, civilians, journalists, and aid workers. The Taliban, also spelt as Taleban, is an Islamic fundamentalist political movement in Afghanistan.
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.
Revealed: Why ISIS Hates the Taliban. The Islamic State and the Taliban won’t get along–and that’s a good thing for South Asia. ISIS also condemned the Taliban’s alliance with Pakistan
Feb 19, 2017 · Taliban are nationalist. ISIS is not. This is the biggest difference. Taliban mostly limits themselves to Afghanistan. Some senior Taliban leaders are/were Pakhtun nationalist. The basic purpose of Taliban was to restore peace in Afghanistan (yes, it is true). Taliban …
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Jan 17, 2016 · With the Taliban now gaining more ground in Afghanistan since the withdrawal of the coalition, are we now starting to see an increase in ISIS activity in Afghanistan? Are ISIS and the Taliban
Author: Emile Ghessen
An Afghan official says an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) suicide bomber has killed 20 people in northern Afghanistan, including a Taliban commander. Abdul Qayuom Baqizoi, provincial chief
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ISIS still controls less territory now than it did at the start of 2018, and the Taliban agreed to a temporary cease fire with the Afghan government for the first time ever, Navy Capt. Bill Urban
Nevertheless, there was an exception among the Afghan Taliban who joined the ISIS, which suggests that sectarian strife could be decisive. Abdul Rauf Khadem was the most well – known former Taliban member who joined the ISIS group.
At first glance, ISIS and the Taliban might look like natural allies. After all, both share a hatred of America. “I think ISIS’ men are good mujahideen,” says the Haqqani commander.
Feb 10, 2016 · While the Taliban and the Islamic State share a hatred of the U.S. as well as some hardline interpretations of Islam, ISIS-K is a threat to the Afghan movement.