Who controls the Taliban? What is their purpose?

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The Taliban do not consider themselves to be just a rebel group, they want to establish the "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan," the national portal Adyrna reported, citing centralasia.media.

In fact, they have been calling it that since 1996, when the Americans invaded Afghanistan after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

"We want to establish an Islamic government governed by Sharia law," he said. We will continue the jihad until all our demands are met, "Haji Hekmat, the Taliban-appointed governor of Balkh province, told the air force.

"Is the Taliban ready to share power with other political forces in Afghanistan?" "Whatever they decide will happen," he said, referring to the Taliban's top leadership in Qatar.

Today, unlike the 1990s, the Taliban have a political office in Doha. "Islamist" diplomats are now traveling to Moscow and Tehran for talks.

It should be noted that the current leader of the Taliban is Khaybatullah Akhundzada. He has three deputies, an adviser and a chief judge.

 

National portal "Adyrna"

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