UN report reveals: Al-Qaeda has not been weak, the relationship with Lashkar-e-Taiba

UN report reveals: Al-Qaeda has not been weak, the relationship with Lashkar-e-Taiba

It was also stated in the United Nations report that al-Qaeda has considered Afghanistan as a safe haven for its leadership. For this, he relies on his long and strong relationship with the Taliban.

The terrorist organization al-Qaeda has not weakened. This has been said in a UN report. According to the report, there is a continuation of cooperation with terrorist groups like the Lashkar-e-Toiba and Haqqani network, which are operating from Pakistan. The UN report states that doubts about the health of Al-Qaeda leader Ayman Muhammad al-Zawahiri and after the organization's work are intact.

According to the news agency PTI, these disclosures have been made in the 24th report of the Analytical Support and Ban Monitoring Team. Report submitted to UN Security Council Al Qaeda Ban Committee this month.

The ban monitoring team submits an independent report every 6 months to the Security Council on Islamic State, Al Qaeda and related people, groups, undertakings and companies. This report says, "Al-Qaeda has not been weak, although doubts about Ayman Muhammad Rabi al-Zawahiri's health, his lifetime, and after that the organization's work is in doubt."

The report also said that al-Qaeda has considered Afghanistan as a safe haven for its leadership. For this, he relies on his long and strong relationship with the Taliban.

It has been said in the report that under the Taliban's asylum, al-Qaeda is keen to strengthen its presence in the Badakhshan Province, particularly the Shigan region, which is located alongside Tajikistan, in Barmal in Paktika province.

In the United Nations report, al-Qaeda's relations with the Taliban have been mentioned. The report says that al-Qaeda's close cooperation with Lashkar-e-Toiba and Haqqani network continues. Al Qaeda members continue to work regularly as military and religious directors for the Taliban.

The ban monitoring team submits an independent report every 6 months to the Security Council on Islamic State, Al Qaeda and related people, groups, undertakings and companies. This report says, "Al-Qaeda has not been weak, although doubts about Ayman Muhammad Rabi al-Zawahiri's health, his lifetime, and after that the organization's work is in doubt."

The report also said that al-Qaeda has considered Afghanistan as a safe haven for its leadership. For this, he relies on his long and strong relationship with the Taliban.

It has been said in the report that under the Taliban's asylum, al-Qaeda is keen to strengthen its presence in the Badakhshan Province, particularly the Shigan region, which is located alongside Tajikistan, in Barmal in Paktika province.

In the United Nations report, al-Qaeda's relations with the Taliban have been mentioned. The report says that these disclosures have been made in the 24th report of the Analytical Support and Ban Monitoring Team. Report submitted to UN Security Council Al Qaeda Ban Committee this month.

The ban monitoring team submits an independent report every 6 months to the Security Council on Islamic State, Al Qaeda and related people, groups, undertakings and companies. This report says, "Al-Qaeda has not been weak, although doubts about Ayman Muhammad Rabi al-Zawahiri's health, his lifetime, and after that the organization's work is in doubt."

The report also said that al-Qaeda has considered Afghanistan as a safe haven for its leadership. For this, he relies on his long and strong relationship with the Taliban.

It has been said in the report that under the Taliban's asylum, al-Qaeda is keen to strengthen its presence in the Badakhshan Province, particularly the Shigan region, which is located alongside Tajikistan, in Barmal in Paktika province.

In the United Nations report, al-Qaeda's relations with the Taliban have been mentioned. The report says that al-Qaeda's close cooperation with Lashkar-e-Toiba and Haqqani network continues. Al Qaeda members continue to work regularly as military and religious directors for the Taliban.

The ban monitoring team submits an independent report every 6 months to the Security Council on Islamic State, Al Qaeda and related people, groups, undertakings and companies. This report says, "Al-Qaeda has not been weak, although doubts about Ayman Muhammad Rabi al-Zawahiri's health, his lifetime, and after that the organization's work is in doubt."

The report also said that al-Qaeda has considered Afghanistan as a safe haven for its leadership. For this, he relies on his long and strong relationship with the Taliban.

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