In what could be seen as a signal that the Taliban-al-Qaeda relationship was strengthening, Amin al-Hak returned to his hometown of Nanglahar for cheers from his supporters.
Amin Al Hak was the security coordinator for Blackguard, an elite unit responsible for the protection of Osama bin Laden.
According to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), Amin al-Haq, who coordinated the security of Osama bin Laden, was filmed back at his home in Nangarhar, Afghanistan, during the Taliban’s takeover of the country.
The footage of ul-Haq shows a former al-Qaeda operative returning home with an aide to an armed fighter in a car.
Dr. Amin Ur Hak, a key player in Afghanistan’s Alcaida, was the security force of Osama bin Laden in Trabora and returned to his hometown of Nangarhar after falling into the Taliban. Dr. Amin approached OBL in the 1980s when he worked with Abdullah Azzam at McTava Akhidmat. pic.twitter.com/IXbZeJ0nZE
— BILAL SARWARY (@bsarwary) August 30, 2021
This video, posted by Afghan journalist Bilal Siwali, who works in the United Kingdom, has raised concerns that the United Kingdom is once again ready to become the global epicenter of Islamic terrorism.
Who is Amin Ur Haku?
Born in Nangrahar, Afghanistan in 1960, Amin is a professional doctor.according to LA Times, He is a “urologist”.
Amin is a member of the Hizb ut Islamic group, founded by Mawlawi Mohammed Unis Harris, who helped bring Osama bin Laden to Afghanistan after al-Qaeda. I started my career as a scholar. Kaida was expelled from Sudan in 1996.
He was also the security coordinator for Blackguard, an elite unit responsible for the protection of bin Laden. Many called him Osama’s bodyguard.
Amin reportedly accompanied Osama during the 2001 battle in Trabora, Nangarhar. He also helped former al-Qaeda chiefs and other senior leaders escape the attacks of US and Afghan militias on the caves and flee to Pakistan.
In 2008, he was detained by Pakistani security forces in Lahore and imprisoned in Peshawar prison. But in 2011, Pakistan controversially released him because of inadequate evidence.
At the time, two high-ranking Pakistani police officials were telling a U.S. news channel. CBS Amin is not a “key player”, but “did not have great value information”.
“In the end, there was nothing that could be used to keep him in custody,” said one of the officials.
Telegraph “Amin al-Hak was mistakenly arrested, police could not prove suspicion of his relationship with Osama bin Laden, and the court released him,” he said in a report.
Amin will also participate in the financing, planning, promotion, preparation or execution of acts or activities in support of Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda, and will supply, sell or transfer weapons and related materials to support terrorism. On the other hand, we are facing sanctions from the United Nations. Activity.
Revival of al-Qaeda
It was not immediately clear whether Al-Hak returned to his home in eastern Afghanistan for the first time, or whether he had been in Afghanistan ever since he was released.
Some US analysts say he resurfaced very quickly in Afghanistan and said he and his supporters were happy to be seen in public.
Bill Roggio, Senior Fellow of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, said: An analysis late Monday closely tracks the war in Afghanistan.
Experts warn that the Taliban takeover would also mean a resurgence of al-Qaeda, even if militants vowed not to allow Afghanistan to become a safe haven for terrorist groups.
It’s not yet clear if the Taliban will keep the word, but it’s no exaggeration to say that terrorism will once again be ugly if the video of Amin’s re-emergence in Afghanistan passes by.
Input from the agency