Afghanistan: Militant Group Challenges Taliban “We’re set For Battle, No One Conquers Our Land
The National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRF), a terrorist organization, has proclaimed its willingness to fight the Taliban, who just gained control of the nation.
iexclusive News Nigeria reports that after the United States withdrew its forces from Afghanistan, the Taliban gained control of Kabul, the country’s capital, on August 15.
The country was then renamed the Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan by the armed organization.
They are also in the process of creating a new government. Fearing threats, many countries have evacuated their nationals from the country.
In an interview with the BBC, NRF’s chief of external relations, Ali Nazary, stated that they are ready to fight the Taliban and that no one would be allowed to seize their territory.
He stated that they prefer peace via discussion, but that if the Taliban refuses to accept peace, they would resort to force.
“We choose peace, and peace and discussions are our top priorities. We will not accept any kind of violence if this fails—if we perceive that the other side is not serious if we see that the other side is attempting to impose itself on the rest of the country.
“And we’ve shown ourselves; our track record over the last [40 years] has demonstrated that no one can conquer our territory, particularly the Panjshir Valley,” he added.