The United Nations has claimed that the killing of Ayman al-Zawahiri; The leader of Al-Qaeda in Kabul revealed the relationship of "Islamic Emirate" with terrorist groups.
Antonio Guterres; In his quarterly report published on Tuesday (September 27), the Secretary General of the United Nations said: Zawahiri's death clearly shows the Taliban's relationship with terrorist groups.
In this report, it is stated that the findings of the analysis team's report on supporting and monitoring sanctions against ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Taliban and individuals and institutions related to these groups indicate the continued presence and activity of foreign groups in Afghanistan and its border areas.
In this report, it is claimed that al-Qaeda is still connected with the "Islamic Emirate" and enjoys freedom of movement in Afghanistan.
In this report, it is also acknowledged that the "Islamic Emirate" by denying any information about the presence of the Al-Qaeda leader in Kabul, criticized America for violating the territorial integrity of Afghanistan and mobilized thousands of people to protest.
The first point is that the killing of Ayman al-Zawahiri in Kabul is a claim made by the United States and has not been confirmed by any independent source.
Just as America told stories and created scenarios about the killing of Osama bin Laden, and in the end no document was presented to prove that he was really killed by American commandos in Pakistan, it also followed a similar scenario regarding the claim of Ayman al-Zawahiri's death; But with the difference that this time he said that he was killed in Kabul as a result of the American airstrike.
The important question is that if America and its airstrikes have such high precision that it kills a person in the balcony of his house in such a way that the other members of his family are not harmed; So why did he commit thousands of "wrong" crimes and kill hundreds of thousands of Afghan civilians in the last 20 years and finally settle for a simple "expression of regret"?
Other questions are, how did Ayman al-Zawahiri get to Kabul, how did America get to know about his presence, and how did the American forces, while fleeing Afghanistan, manage to get detailed information about his place of residence and even his daily habits to be on the balcony of his house? They found his residence at a specific time and based on these precise details, they targeted him?
People like Antonio Guterres, who are expected to be neutral at least on the surface of the matter and speak with facts, when they speak confidently about the killing of Ayman al-Zawahiri in Kabul, they must also answer the above ambiguities and questions.
The same rule applies to the connection between the Taliban and terrorist groups. Based on an unproven American claim, Guterres concluded that the Taliban are related to terrorists; but he never explains how he was able to trust America's undocumented claim; but it has ignored the clear commitments of the leaders of the "Islamic Emirate" regarding the fight against terrorism and severing ties with terrorist groups.
Another issue is that even the American leaders themselves accused each other of creating ISIS during the presidential election season. During the presence of the US and NATO in Afghanistan, not only did terrorism not be fought; Rather, ISIS was born, fattened, and miraculously gained strength and spread day by day.
Antonio Guterres, who knows and is worried about the connection between the Taliban and terrorists, why does he not know anything about America's connection with terrorist groups? Can't you see which country created ISIS and spread it throughout the region? Does he not know the results of America's so-called "fight" against terrorism in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and other countries?
The United Nations, which compiles and publishes a report every three months about the situation in Afghanistan and terrorist activities in our country, why has it not published a single report about the relationship between America and NATO with terrorism?
Why doesn't Antonio Guterres say that countries like Afghanistan are both victims of terrorism and victims of the anti-terrorist front, both of which were designed, produced and operated by America and its allies?
As long as these uncertainties are not answered, the content of Antonio Guterres' report will only provide the basis for the continuous interventions of the colonial powers in the affairs of Afghanistan under the pretext of fighting terrorism and will reproduce the grounds for the emergence of new crises for the people who are victims of terrorism and anti-terror.