12:22 U.S. forces withdraw from Afghanistan, most people worry that the Taliban may grow stronger



US President Biden announced that US troops will withdraw from Afghanistan on May 1. In this regard, many Afghan people are worried that the Taliban may grow stronger.  (AFP)

US President Biden announced that US troops will withdraw from Afghanistan on May 1. In this regard, many Afghan people are worried that the Taliban may grow stronger. (AFP)

2021/04/18 12:22

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]US President Biden announced a few days ago that the US military will begin to withdraw 2,500 US troops stationed in Afghanistan from May 1st, ending the event before the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack that has left the United States in the longest. During the war, “CNN” also interviewed the Afghan people. Many people were worried that the Taliban might grow stronger.

According to a “CNN” report, US President Biden announced on the 14th that the US military will gradually withdraw from the 2500 US troops stationed in Afghanistan from May 1st, and will shift the focus to terrorist threats in other regions before the 20th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attack. , The conflict in Afghanistan will no longer be America’s top priority.

The report pointed out that many Afghans are worried that if the U.S. troops are not stationed, the Taliban may come back. The organization has vaguely controlled 70% of Afghan territory, mostly in rural areas. Although the Afghan government is actively negotiating with the Taliban, the war this year is still After the surge and the future withdrawal of US troops, the government may suffer a lot.

The report mentioned that 31-year-old Mohammad Edriss, currently living in the capital Kabul, currently works for a local non-governmental organization (NGO). He said that withdrawing troops would be detrimental to Afghanistan and that violence and insecurity would increase sharply. The people will leave Afghanistan again and seek asylum in other countries.

The report pointed out that Fawzia Ahmadi, a 42-year-old university professor, said that she has bad memories of the Taliban regime, because under its rule, women are forbidden to receive education and go to university, and even the market cannot Go, now that the U.S. withdrawal makes her worry that her freedom will be deprived again.

The report also said that Fatima Gailani, one of the four women in the Afghan government’s negotiating team, said that the U.S. withdrawal was “irresponsible” because Afghanistan has not yet achieved real peace, and her biggest worry is still “Civil War”, but another student from Kabul believed that the government could stop the Taliban.

According to the report, Sayed Shaheer, a 20-year-old student from Kabul University, said that although many people believe that the country will fall into the hands of the Taliban after the U.S. withdrawal, he is confident that this move can help Afghanistan Rebuilding peace, the future security and national defense capabilities will be stronger.



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