8am: Sources in Kabul city report that Abdul Hamid Khorasani, one of the Taliban commanders, has arrested two nephews of Engineer Ali, the former National Security Chief of the previous government in Panjshir. Sources on Monday, May 22, speaking to Hasht-e Subh, state that Khorasani, along with 20 of his fighters, stormed the house of
8am: During the years of military confrontation with the security forces of the previous regimes, the Taliban were able to secure the assistance of several Uzbek, Tajik, and Hazara leaders in certain areas, including the north of Afghanistan. These local leaders, who were familiar with the territory of the northern provinces, made a significant contribution
Tolo News: Khurasani in a video on social media said that he was dismissed by the provincial governor but his dismissal has yet to be signed by the Ministry of Interior (MoI). He accused the provincial governor of mistreating the residents of Panjshir and he urged the leadership of the Islamic Emirate to dismiss him.
Michael Hughes AOPNEWS January 1, 2022 Afghan resistance leaders and their supporters appear confident that both military and political efforts to counter the Taliban will eventually spread nationwide amid growing human rights abuses against women and minorities. Amrullah Saleh, who declared himself the “Acting President” of Afghanistan amid the fall of Kabul, has been resolute,
8am: Local sources in Panjshir province say there has been an armed clash between Taliban forces and Abdul Hamid Khorasani’s men. According to sources, the clash took place after Taliban forces shot and killed a young man in the Anaba district of Panjshir today Sunday afternoon. Click here to read more (external link).