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Thousands of SAS trained Afghan troops form a ‘resistance to destroy the Taliban until the last bullet’

20th Aug 21 12:02 pm

Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh has formed a movement of “thousands” of SAS trained Afghan troops who oppose the Taliban to fight back.

Saleh has proclaimed that he is the rightful ruler of Afghanistan and wrote on Twitter, “Join the resistance. I will never, ever and under no circumstances bow to Taliban terrorists.”

The President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani fled his country with so much cash on Sunday that it “wouldn’t all fit in his chopper.

Saleh has remained in the country and Afghan special forces and commandos are getting ready to fight the Taliban which could lead to civil was in Afghanistan.

They all received training from the British Special Air Service (SAS) and American forces over the past few years and have more than 20-years of “fighting the terrorists.”

A source told Sun Online, “We are thousands and many more are coming. We have local people as well.

“It is not ordinary resistance. It is the resistance of thousands of trained forces who are familiar with every inch of the soil and who has excellent experience in fighting the terrorists for the past 20-years.

“I am not going to die before destroying the Taliban. We will fight till the last bullet.”

The group are operating under the Northern Alliance who fought against the Taliban during the 90s which was led be the late Massoud and is now led by his son, Ahmed Shah Massoud who was trained at Sandhurst Royal Military Acedemy.

Massoud wrote in the Washington Post, “No matter what happens, my mujahideen fighters and I will defend Panjshir as the last bastion of Afghan freedom.

“Our morale is intact.

“We know from experience what awaits us.

“But we need more weapons, more ammunition and more supplies.”

He added the US “and its democratic allies” are “our only remaining hope.”

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