Tuesday, May 28, 2024

End of republic, Kabul’s first night under Taliban’s control

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Hours after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani along with his close aides and the first lady left Kabul for Tajikistan, the Taliban entered Presidential Palace ARG.

The retreat of Afghan national police from their outposts around the capital left the city in chaos and allow the city to be looted and plundered easily. Though the Taliban earlier on Sunday had said that there is no plan to enter the Afghan capital militarily, the security vacuum in Kabul city made them decide to direct their fighters to enter Kabul and occupy the empty police outposts and police districts.

Hamid Karzai International airport was also packed with tens of passengers awaiting flights out of the country who then took to the runway but found no plane and are still stuck there.

To avoid the power vacuum created after the escape of the president, head of High Council for National Reconciliation Abdullah Abdullah, former President Hamid Karzai and head of Hezb-e-Islami Gulbadin Hekmatyar came together and shaped a temporary council.

The council is aimed at transferring the power peacefully to the Taliban and asked Afghan security forces and forces of the Afghanistan Islamic Emirate to secure Kabul city and do not allow any chaos.

The trio in their separate video clips delivered different messages to the people of Kabul.

 Abdullah Abdullah accused Ashraf Ghani of fleeing the country and leaving the people in mess. Abdullah also took to the streets of Kabul and greet the people who were hugging crying and thanked him for being with them.

Hamid Karzai encouraged people not to panic as he and his children are still living in the Afghan capital.

Meanwhile, Gulbadin Hekmatyar accused Ashraf Ghani of continuing the war and remaining stubborn to transfer power peacefully to a government that is acceptable to all.

The Afghanistan Islamic Emirate asked people to cooperate with them in identifying and arresting those who impersonate them and rob people and property.

In several video clips shot by the members of AIE show that looters and plunderers were arrested after people call them.

The night was rather quiet when it comes to the nightlife of a city but there were sporadic fires and the choppers were patrolling the Afghan capital.

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  1. August 15, 2021

    I am calling on the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate to commence with impeachment proceedings of President Joe Biden for his executive orders’ contributing to the collapse of Afghanistan and takeover by the Taliban.

    To the Afghan people, we stand with you in solidarity.

    Don Winant
    Spokane, WA USA

    • No you do not. You only care about yourselves. You used Afghanistan and then tossed it when you were done. No one should ever trust you.

    • Mr. Joseph Biden is the clown of the world – even former President Gerald Ford was not responsable for the fall of Saigon in 1975.

  2. XIDEN should be impeached ASAP. He has mishandled everything from the border’s lack of security, to COVID spreading like wildfire, to election integrity. He should have fired Fauci as well.

  3. This is more embarrasing than the Saigon fiasco of 1975 – All of this could have been avoided. Joe Biden is a good man – for the Taliban. When will this “President” and the criminals exchange new Ambassadors and start together dealing drugs?

  4. The Afghan people had 10 years and billions of dollars to prepare for this day. They failed and now they deserve everything they get. Maybe the entire Afghan Army should have been made up of women who would have fought for their freedom better than the men.


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