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Taliban has sent warning to Trump

Taliban has warned the President of The US Donald Trump during their war of words that escalated on Thursday, saying…

By Jenny Scordamaglia , in Donald Trump United States War , at September 12, 2019 Tags: , , , ,

Taliban has warned the President of The US Donald Trump during their war of words that escalated on Thursday, saying “He has no idea what type of Nation he is dealing with”.

Trump boasted at the anniversary of 9/11 saying that US forces have “hit our enemy harder than they have ever been hit and that will continue”. This statement caused more clash between the Taliban and the US, just the day after the peace talks between the two collapsed due to Trump canceling two meetings with the Taliban.

The spokesman of Taliban Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted:

“Trump (@realDonaldTrump) must read carefully”. “He has yet to grasp the type of nation he is dealing with. His advisors must make him understand and introduce the Graveyard of Empires #Afghanistan to him.”

There were hopes until this weekend that this matter might get solved and the war going on between the US and Taliban might get settled but all the hopes went in vain when the US President Donald Trump tweeted about the talks with the militants were dead and to cancel both meetings with Taliban officials.

And if the deal would have happened the Taliban would offer the guarantee of security to keep the extremist groups out.

The tweet from the Taliban spokesperson came after a few hours after the group launched a suicide attack that killed at least four US soldiers near Kabul.

The incident occurred in a special force base in Char Asiab district just south of the capital Kabul where an insurgent driving a car packed with explosives detonated near the facility’s entrance.

The interior ministry spokesman Nasrat Rahimi said, “Four soldiers were killed, and three injured”.

The 17,000 numbering Afghan Special Forces represent a small portion of the 300,000 strong Afghan armed forces but have been carrying out a lot of offensive operations across Afghanistan in recent years.

The Taliban continue to strike the Afghan installations at will after the militants issued their vow earlier in the week to continue fighting and the US regret walking away from talks.

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