Ariana News Agency: Observations from a source show that 125 Syrian dissidents have been flown to the airport by Turkish planes so far.
According to local media, observations by an informed source in charge of the civilian section of Kabul airport show that so far 125 Syrian opposition fighters have been flown to the airport by Turkish planes and stationed in secret CIA headquarters.
Earlier, Reuters and some major news sources reported the transfer of ISIS infantry to Afghanistan as part of a new US plan to restrict Russia and China, prompting strong reactions from the Taliban and some countries in the region, including Russia.
Meanwhile, the government and the Taliban, regardless of the threat posed by ISIL, which is targeting both of them, are fighting and thinking of seizing power, unaware that there is a great danger lurking in front of them.
The NATO envoy to Afghanistan also said that the threats and indiscriminate killings show that the Taliban do not value the Afghan people. The candidate for Minister of Defense also emphasized in his speech in the parliament that he is not sure that this path will end in peace.