Afghan Vice President states that the Taliban’s belief in God is twisted and murderous

Afghanistan’s Vice President Amurula Surrey said Friday that the Taliban terrorist group, which took control of Kabul on August 15, believed in a twisted murderous god.

“This is the difference between us and the Taliban,” Saleh said. Talked to Fox Nation host Lara Logan.. “We believe that God is the Creator of all. Unfortunately, the Taliban believe that God sees them through a bright, shiny prism.”

Islamic extremist groups believe that God is happy with the Taliban, but “look at everyone else through a very dark window”, “very angry at everyone else … and God tells the Taliban that a wider gate of heaven will be opened for you, “said Sale.

Saleh remains in Afghanistan after President Ashraf Ghani fled Kabul as the Taliban took over the capital. He said on Twitter on August 17 that he continued to fulfill his obligations as “caretaker president” as outlined in the 2004 constitution of the country.

“The state must respect the rule of law, not violence,” he posted on Twitter on August 19. “Afghanistan is too big for Pakistan to swallow and too big for Talib to rule. He humiliates your history and humiliates terrorist groups in posts that appear to be directed at various tribal leaders in Afghanistan. Do not have a chapter about.

He has since vowed to resist the Taliban from the Panjshir Valley with Ahmad Shah Massoud, the son of former anti-Soviet commander Mujahideen.

The Panjshir Valley, including Defense Minister Bismiller Mohammadi, has gathered remnants of Afghan government forces and other militia groups to declare it the last free fortress in Afghanistan.

In an editorial published in the Washington Post on August 18, Mr. Masoud said the United States and its democratic allies were the “only remaining hope” of free Afghanistan. .. “”[W]We need more weapons, ammunition, and more supplies. “

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Peace Council Chair Abdullah Abdullah also remain in the country. They have been negotiating with the Kabul Taliban since the crab flight.

Saleh also told host Lara Logan that the Taliban should not be trusted. He said there was little ideological difference between ISIS, al-Qaeda and the Taliban.

“Ideally, the difference between ISIS, al-Qaeda and the Taliban is the difference in taste between cola and Pepsi,” he said. “Do you know which is cola and which is Pepsi by removing the label?”

The Taliban “believe they can conquer,” and “believe that their jihadist literature will prevail,” he added.

A terrorist group spokesperson said early Monday, as the Biden administration believes the U.S. president’s voluntary August 31 deadline could be extended to withdraw the remaining troops from Afghanistan. He warned that there would be consequences for doing so.

The president said on Sunday that the military had evacuated 28,000 people from Kabul since August 14.

“Our hope is that we don’t have to extend, but I think there is some debate about how far we are going,” Biden said.

Melanie Sun contributed to this report.

Isabelle van Brugen

Isabelle van Brugen


Isabel van Brugen is an award-winning journalist and currently a news reporter for The Epoch Times. She holds a master’s degree in newspaper journalism from City, University of London.