Taliban Battle For Panjshir As US Warns Of Afghanistan Civil War

“I have got a few seconds of Satellite internet. Pakistani drones are bombing us. We are under a direct invasion of ISI. Spread our words. Our civilians are under target.” These are the words of Sarfaraz on Twitter, an Afghan commando.

The civil war is ongoing in Afghanistan, but the media isn’t reporting on it. The Taliban is more vital than ever and incentivized to keep their people under control. The Afghan military gave the country to them, even though the Afghan army wasn’t used to fighting without the United States military support.

President Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, China’s dictator, and others near the Middle East welcome the Taliban with open arms. The new military equipment and Chinese partnership are going to raise the Taliban to a near superpower. The Taliban have already instructed women to stay indoors and have beaten women in the street because they were outside without head coverings. The inclusive nature that the Taliban voiced has proven to be the opposite approach.

According to Sarfaraz, hundreds of Taliban members have been killed, many captured, and more joined the resistance. It shows the weakness in the Taliban fighters. They’re fighting because they’re forced to do so, not because they want to.

The Panjshir Valley is the last fighting chance that Afghans will have for resistance forces.

Amrullah Saleh has taken up with the resistance forces and is the technical acting president. He’s leading his fighters into battle against the Taliban and doing everything he can to restore Afghanistan to its rightful people. Hope is not lost. It’s just beginning. He has a quote on his Twitter account that’s powerful and speaks to the situation they’re facing.

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.”

Saleh has welcomed all Afghan people to join them in their resistance and said that the Taliban are the hated people in the country.

Regardless of what the media is telling you, only believe what sources on the ground are telling you.

“I think there’s at least an excellent probability of a broader civil war,” said General Mark Milley. You don’t think? The tweets were coming in well before the U.S. left Afghanistan. There’s a lack of intelligence briefings in the federal government. Did nobody reach out to Saleh? Did nobody check his Twitter account? Are you serious? It’s public knowledge if you look in the right places and ask the right people.

It is more reason that all top military leadership has to be replaced. They are incompetent. It’s hard to find the words because it’s simply baffling that they aren’t paying attention to the people on the ground.

According to Newsmax, Bilal Karimi, a Taliban official, said that there were heavy clashes in Panjshir. The information is available if the U.S. government will open its eyes.