September 29, 2021

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World Cup-winning Qatari Taliban boss flies to Afghanistan – politics abroad

There are incredible scenes that took place in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

A large U.S.-made military plane landed at a Taliban-controlled airport Tuesday evening. This is the Boeing C-17 Globemaster. The type of aircraft that the United States has been using for days to evacuate its own citizens, foreigners and former Afghan local staff from Kabul.

640 people were completely exhausted in the stomach of the C-17, but the happiest people went around the world over the weekend.


A C-17 wants to take it safely to Kabul airport, which is surrounded by AfghanistanPhoto: /AP

But no refugees were waiting for the transport plane that landed at Kandahar airport, but the Taliban reception team. The door to the machine opens – and no one climbs out except Mullah Bharat, considered the political leader of the radical Islamists.

Greetings at the airport in Kandahar, which has been considered the “birthplace of the Taliban” since the 1990s.


Not “US Air Force” but “Qatar Emirate Air Force” written on the machine. Below, the political leadership of the Taliban emerges

What the wrong world looks like when you first look closely at the C-17. Because it does not belong to the US Air Force, it belongs to the Qatar Emirate Army. The host of next year’s World Cup – the “Emirate” – is considered one of the Islamists’ closest allies.

Negotiations with the United States have been going on for a year in luxury hotels in Qatar, where representatives of the German government are also currently in talks with the Taliban.

Defamation: While the United States is using the Qatari air base Al Qaeda to protect refugees from Kabul from the Taliban, Qatar is using the base to transport the Taliban to Afghanistan. Islamic persecutors and their victims are found not only in Kabul but also in safe Qatar – before they are flown from there to the United States and other Western countries.


Graphic of “Flight Trader 24” shows a Qatari military plane flying with Mulla Mulla on board from Qatar to Kandahar on Tuesday afternoon.Photo: FlightRadar24

That’s how Tobias Lindner, a military expert and spokesman for Green Security Policy, sees it.

He told BILD: “The images are frightening when Qatar flies to Afghanistan on the same type of Taliban plane.

At the same time, however, the images did not surprise Lindner. He notes: “Qatar’s support for the Taliban shows again how wrong it was to host the World Cup there.”

FDP external expert Bijan Digir-Sarai goes even further. He demands that the now-visible alliance between the Emirate of Qatar and the Taliban’s “Emirate of Afghanistan” not be without consequences. He told the BILD: “If Qatar supports the Taliban or recognizes their terrorist regime, there must be consequences.”

“The idea that Taliban supporters are hosting a football World Cup and considering themselves a modern nation is unbearable,” his party’s foreign policy spokesman continued.

Digir-Sarai: “FIFA must look for alternatives at an early stage” because the truth is: “Taliban supporters cannot host one of the most important sporting events in the world.”

An SPD member of the Bundestag Florian Post (40) demands: “Taliban supporters like Qatar are not allowed to host the World Cup. You should consider an alternative now.”

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