War on terrorism

Sept. 11 is a date that made the entire world aware of the dangers and atrocities of terrorism and demonstrated the importance of solidarity to confront it by all means, including military, political and, of course, security, including intelligence.

There is no doubt that these attacks were horrific and cowardly. Their aim was not only terrorist, but also political.

The situation today is returning to that of pre-2001, with the Taliban returning, even if there is an agreement between them and the US. But it now appears that there is a group that operates from Afghan territory that is even more dangerous and powerful than Al-Qaeda — Daesh-Khorasan, which last month carried out an attack on Kabul airport that killed dozens, including US soldiers and Taliban members, as well as Afghan civilians.

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