Afghan Terrorists in the U.S. – Intercessors for America

Two years after the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, we are just now learning that more than 60 terrorists may have emigrated into the U.S. at the time of the crisis.

From Daily Mail. Militants who left fingerprints on IEDs meant to kill Americans in Afghanistan and a prisoner freed by the Taliban were among more than 65 terrorists allowed into the United States after the catastrophic withdrawal.

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Most of them could still be roaming the country, and the government cannot track them down. …

It has been two years since the two weeks of carnage at Hamid Karzai International Airport that led to the deaths of 13 American service members, hundreds of Afghans, and thousands left behind. …

Sixty-five individuals identified as ‘national security risks’ were granted entry into the U.S. in the 12 months after the withdrawal, Jerry Dunleavy and James Hasson write in Kabul: The Untold Story of Biden’s Fiasco and the American Warriors Who Fought to the End.

The book also reveals how the Biden administration missed two chances to prevent the Kabul suicide attack and the dire impact of putting the Taliban in charge of security.

The dangerous individuals let into the U.S. included multiple men whose DNA was found on explosives defused by American forces.

Another was a prisoner ‘liberated’ by the Taliban while they were running riot across the war-torn country on the way to Kabul. …

An Afghan-American interpreter even identified many Taliban fighters on the tarmac, ready to board flights bound for the U.S.

Many were allowed to travel unchecked because of alarming flaws in the vetting process and severe shortages in staff dealing with the roughly 82,000 evacuees taken to the U.S.

Around 70 percent of those who came from Afghanistan were not American citizens, green card holders or under the Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) program, according to a Congressional memo released in the aftermath.

The dangerous suspects took seats on flights meant for U.S. citizens and allies.

Thousands were left behind as the final U.S. soldier left Kabul after 20 years – and many are still trying to get out if they have managed to evade capture by the Taliban. …

‘As of February 2022, the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) had identified at least fifty Afghan military-age male evacuees—none of whom was an SIV applicant—who had been flagged as significant security risks by the Defense Department,’ a damning passage reads.

‘By August 2022, that number had risen to sixty-five. …

‘None had been flagged during the initial screening process because the administration had compared evacuee profiles only against U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) databases.

The CBP databases only have records of individuals who have been stopped at American borders.

Men who had lived in Afghanistan all their lives were not included.

And even though these individuals had been flagged as huge security threats, the US government has no way of tracking them down. …

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(Excerpt from Daily Mail. Photo Credit: ALEXANDRE LALLEMAND on Unsplash)