He didn’t live to see it, but the man behind 9/11 succeeded in prompting the U.S. to pursue a total disaster.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said “a violent extremist undertook a terrorist attack” that left some victims critically injured.
After ISIS took credit for the Thursday attack, Joe Biden vowed, “We will hunt you down.”
The commander in chief says, “We will not forgive. We will not forget.” But it’s hard to take him at his word at this point.
The war between the Taliban and an ISIS offshoot brings peril to Americans and their allies, but also presents an opportunity for the resistance.
We cannot and must not let the attackers achieve their utmost goal and capture the narrative of our exit nor can we allow them to remake our plans.
“Security is very bad. ISIS is going in. Anything can happen,” a female journalist, who has been on the Taliban’s “kill list” since early 2021, told The Daily Beast.