Will the crisis in Afghanistan strengthen ISIS?
Smoke rises in the skies of Kabul after the explosion that hit the area around Kabul airport on Thursday, August 26.
AP - Wali Sabawoon
By: Clémentine Pawlotsky
Since the Taliban took over power, ISIS seems more determined than ever to take center stage in Afghanistan.
On the eve of the Americans' departure, the terrorist organization claims rocket fire intercepted this morning by the United States over Kabul.
Thursday, she managed to kill more than a hundred people in a suicide bomber near the airport of the capital.
The group has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to grow in situations of instability.
Will the Afghan crisis strengthen ISIS?
What role does the organization intend to play in Afghanistan?
What is his strategy?
Decryption with Matteo Puxton, Associate of History and specialist in the military propaganda of the Islamic State and Murielle Paradon, journalist in the International service of RFI, back from Syria.
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