The Taliban group reacted to photos which the Syrian Wing of Katibat Imam al-Bukhari (KIB), an Uzbek Jihadist group loyal to Taliban, recently published.
Zabiullah Mujahid, a spokesperson for the Taliban group, blamed the anti-peace circles for propagating by publishing such photos.
“These images have been stolen from our archive & falsified by anti-peace circles for propaganda!!!” he said in a Twitter post.
Yesterday, FDD’s Long War Journal reported on new images released by the Afghanistan branch of Katibat Imam al-Bukhari (KIB), an Uzbek jihadist group loyal to the Taliban that fights under its banner, according to Long War Journal.
According to the Tabloid, the photos in question were originally posted on Telegram by the overall emir of KIB’s Syrian wing, Abu Yusuf al-Muhajir. KIB’s channels are routinely banned on the platform. But Muhajir’s channel is relatively stable and he has taken on the task of publishing the group’s media from both Syria and Afghanistan.
The post Taliban react to photos of Afghan forces published by KIB’s Syrian wing appeared first on The Khaama Press News Agency.