The Pentagon: ISIS in Afghanistan may be able to attack America within 6 months

Washington-ALsharqiya October 27: The Pentagon said that the US intelligence community estimates that ISIS in Afghanistan may have the ability to attack the United States within six months at the earliest, and that it has the intention to do so. In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, Colin Kahl, the Pentagon's undersecretary of defense for political affairs, said it was not yet clear whether the Taliban had the ability to fight the group effectively after the United States withdrew in August. Cal estimated the number of ISIS-Khorasan fighters at several thousand. Cal pointed out that al-Qaeda in Afghanistan presents a more complex problem because of its connection with the Taliban, noting that within a year or two al-Qaeda could regain its ability to launch attacks on the United States outside Afghanistan.


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