IS-K suicide bomber released from prison by TALIBAN days before killing 13 US forces


As the United States and its allies were in full swing evacuating people out of Afghanistan, the suicide bomber detonated his device ripping into the crowd, killing 170 Afghans and US servicemen as planes carried on their mission.

The IS-K member responsible for the heinous act had been imprisoned at the Parwan detention facility at Baghram Air Force base just 11 days before carrying out the cowardly attack according to US officials who told CNN.

House Representative, Kevin Calvert said he was informed of the situation by national security agents.

The man’s name was confirmed by two officials as Abdul Rehman al-Loghri.

The Takfiri Daesh group Islamic State – Khorasan took credit for the attack.

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Since the Taliban swept to power following the US and its allies withdrawal from Afghanistan, many disillusioned members of the group have defected to IS-K raising concerns of internal security struggles as the vacuum of power is filled in the country.

Wider implications of international terrorism are also a high probability through sympathisers of the group in Western Europe and the United States. Security and intelligence services remain on high alert.

Both Parwan and Pul-e-Charkhi prisons were both taken following the Taliban sweep across the country, prior to the group finally overcoming the capital Kabul.

Taliban fighters freed both Taliban members and multiple IS-K terrorists in the process of liberating the prisons.

With the Taliban still failing to completely establish a full grip on power in Afghanistan, the ensuing power vacuum could see a civil war erupt in Afghanistan between the Taliban and IS-K, both sworn enemies of each other.

Severe criticism has arisen against US President Joe Biden following the withdrawal of troops from the country.

House Republican leader, Kevin McCarthy said in late August: “President Biden handed over billions of dollars in American military weaponry to the Taliban. They now have more Blackhawk helicopters than Australia, and they have released thousands of ISIS terrorists from prison.”

It is not clear if the White House were aware of the prisoner being released by the Taliban.

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It is estimated that up to 5,000 inmates were housed at the Baghram prison, most of whom were associated with the Daesh terrorist group.

There are ongoing fears that Afghanistan could turn into a terrorist paradise, with training camps and strongholds scattered across the country.

US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman, Mark Milley stated the country could see a resurgence in terrorist activity in Afghanistan.

The US General said: “It’s a real possibility in the not too distant future – six. 12, 18, 24, 36 months that kind of time-frame – for reconstitution of al-Qaeda or ISIS.”

With the fact that a terrorist has been able to strike in Afghanistan whilst US forces were still present in the country being a reality, the notion that terrorist groups could reform quicker have become more of a reality than ever.



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