A few days ago, claims were initially made by some Russian officials followed by some Kabul administration officials about presence of 5000 Daesh or other foreign fighters in northern Afghanistan.
The Islamic Emirate considers these reports untrue and based on faulty information.
The American invaders and officials of the Kabul administration are exploiting the phenomenon of Daesh to stoke fears in the neighboring countries and the wider region.
The Islamic Emirate conducted a large-scale operation against the corruption of Daesh in the country’s north.
Daesh was completely uprooted in the north after a few days of clashes with most members either killed or surrendering while around 200 including multiple leaders were rescued by the Kabul administration and Americans and transferred to Balkh and Kabul.
Latest information suggests that a number of those corruption-spreading Daesh rescued in Kabul administration helicopters from Darzab have been relocated by the Kabul administration intelligence to Darzab district center, rebranded as Arbakis and given control over multiple check posts.
This is done to preserve an element termed Daesh in that location so that the Kabul administration officials can portray it as a threat to the neighboring and regional countries.
Moreover, the Americans and Kabul administration intelligence apparatus are preserving and assisting the mischief of Daesh in some parts of eastern Nangarhar and Kunar provinces to keep another front open against the Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate alongside threatening neighboring and regional countries.
The Islamic Emirate does not allow the presence or activity of any corrupt element termed Daesh in its controlled areas and has carried out multiple decisive operations for its eradication.
Reports about such a large number of Daesh or other foreign fighter presence in northern Afghanistan area untrue and baseless reports about this issue are politically motivated.
Spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
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