The Afghan Taliban refused to fight with ISIS

The leader of the movement “Taliban” in Afghanistan Hebatullah the Akhundov (Hebatullah Akhundzada) ordered members to stop fighting with the militants of the terrorist group “Islamic state”, as these movements “common goals”. On Saturday, October 7, reported the TV station 1TV News.

Channel sources in the security service pointed out that this happened about 10 days ago, when the Akhundov arrived in Helmand province in the South of the country at a meeting with the leadership of militants.

In April 2015, it became known that the militants of the “Islamic state” and the Taliban have declared Holy war (Jihad). The conflict between the two terrorist organizations began after the leader of the IG Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi called Mullah Mohammad Omar, the founder of the Taliban — “a fool and illiterate warlord” who deserves “any spiritual or political credibility”. In response, the leader of the Taliban said that none of the members of the movement do not stand under the banner of the “Islamic state”, and the grouping flags will never appear in Afghanistan.

Extremist organization “Islamic state” and “Taliban” is prohibited on the territory of Russia.