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Taliban Releases New Video That Blames US for 9/11


Joe Biden has surrendered Afghanistan to the Taliban and abandoned between 100 and 200 Americans.

“They’re brutes. They’re gangsters. They burn people alive. They hang them from trees. They throw gays off the rooftops,” explained U.S. Army special forces master sergeant Tim Kennedy, speaking about the Taliban.

“They throw acid on little girls trying to walk to school,” Kennedy continued. “They are a radical extremist organization that is violent.”

“There’s not an element that I have seen, personally in 20 years, that is a characteristic that I can embrace as an American,” Kennedy concluded.

Now, in a newly-released video, the Taliban blames America for the events of September 11, 2001.

At the time, the Taliban was associated with al Qaeda who murdered roughly 3,000 Americans in the terrorist attacks on 9/11.

To date, the Taliban has never accepted responsibility for harboring and working with al Qaeda prior to 9/11.

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The two groups — al Qaeda and the Taliban — remain intertwined to this day.

Weeks after 9/11, Taliban founder Mullah Omar would not hand over Osama Bin Laden to America.

In an interview, Omar said, “America has created the evil that is attacking it,” adding that this “evil will not disappear even if I die and Osama [bin Laden] dies and others die.”

The video is called “Victorious Force 3” and it’s one of several videos that celebrate Taliban forces that launched suicide attacks.

The video was broadcasted on Afghanistan’s national RTA television station.

The narrator for the film states says the United States is the true “terrorist” party.

The video claims that the 9/11 “attacks were the result of the United States’ policy of aggression against the Muslim world.”

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The narrator also says that the U.S. and its allies “launched a military invasion without considering the reasonable stance of the Islamic Emirate on the issue.”

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In mid-2019, for instance, the Taliban claimed that 9/11 was a “heavy slap on their dark faces,” adding it “was the consequence of their interventionist policies and not our doing.” … In more recent weeks, the Taliban’s spokesman has claimed that there is “no proof” Osama bin Laden was even responsible for 9/11. This is an obvious lie, as al Qaeda itself has repeatedly boasted of its responsibility for the hijackings.

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The narrator celebrates the Unites States’ withdrawal from Afghanistan: “Praise be to Allah, the sincere struggle of the Afghans has paid off, the invaders are flowing from Afghanistan and their puppet regime is collapsed.”

The 9/11 Memorial noted:

“9/11” is shorthand for four coordinated terrorist attacks carried out by al-Qaeda, an Islamist extremist group, that occurred on the morning of September 11, 2001. Nineteen terrorists from al-Qaeda hijacked four commercial airplanes, deliberately crashing two of the planes into the upper floors of the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center complex and a third plane into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. The Twin Towers ultimately collapsed because of the damage sustained from the impacts and the resulting fires.

After learning about the other attacks, passengers on the fourth hijacked plane, Flight 93, fought back, and the plane was crashed into an empty field in western Pennsylvania about 20 minutes by air from Washington, D.C. The attacks killed 2,977 people from 93 nations: 2,753 people were killed in New York; 184 people were killed at the Pentagon; and 40 people were killed on Flight 93. …Al-Qaeda was based in Afghanistan. They operated training camps there, and openly lived in the country with the support of the Taliban, an Islamist group that ruled the country.

The U.S. State Department reported that Bin Laden said after the attacks, “… we calculated in advance the number of casualties from the enemy, who would be killed based on the position of the tower. We calculated that the floors that would be hit would be three or four floors. I was the most optimistic of them all … due to my experience in this field, I was thinking that the fire from the gas in the plane would melt the iron structure of the building and collapse the area where the plane hit and all the floors above it only. This is all that we had hoped for.”

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