ISIS Terrorist Who Killed Afghans, Americans Was Released After US Withdrawal

Terrorist Abdul Rehman massacred 13 Americans and 173 Afghans at Kabul Airport on August 26, 2021. President Joe Biden’s hasty departure from Bagram Air Base in September 2021 resulted in the terrorist’s release from jail.

Reports show that in July, after almost 20 years, Biden secretly departed Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan. The Afghan commander found out about the Americans’ withdrawal two hours later.

On August 15th, the Taliban swiftly seized Bagram Air Base and the jail that housed hundreds of terrorists and liberated them.  The Taliban were left to enjoy military gear, apparel, and groceries.

Abdul Rehman, a suicide bomber with ISIS, spent the previous four years behind bars in Bagram prison until the Taliban rebels released him.

According to senior Indian intelligence sources, in 2017, the Research and Analysis Wing sent Rehman to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). He was a former student of engineering in India. Originally from Logar district in Afghanistan, he later became a jihadist. He came from a family of Afghan merchants who often traveled to India for trade.

Rehman’s capture put an end to a plan by the IS-K, an Afghan branch of the Islamic State, to carry out suicide bombings in New Delhi and other cities in the area, likely at the command of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI).

Reports show Biden’s poll numbers have never completely recovered following the botched Afghan departure early in Biden’s administration. The tragedy may also have influenced the military’s persistent problem in recruiting new members.

Video reports revealed that Biden’s actions succeeded in making everything seem much worse after the suicide blast.

At a memorial service for the thirteen American military men murdered in a suicide bombing near Kabul Airport by ISIS-K, Biden came under fire for seeming to be preoccupied with checking his wristwatch the entire time.