Government "Taliban" Release of Afghan prisoner from Guantanamo Bay announced (photo)

The Afghan Taliban government announced the release of prisoner Asadullah Haroun from Guantanamo and handed him over to him.

Zabihullah Mujahid, a government spokesman, said in a statement that “Asadullah Haroun’s release was the result of the Islamic Emirate’s positive and direct relationship with the United States.” The survival of any Afghan in an alarming situation in other countries.

And the Taliban Twitter account posted a photo of the prisoner after his release and wrote: “By the Grace of Almighty God, then as a result of the continuous efforts of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the heroic Afghan prisoner / Asadullah Haroun was released from Guantanamo prison after two decades of imprisonment by the United States of America.” And I handed it over to the officials of the Islamic Emirate today.”

According to an earlier Agence France-Presse report, Haroun was working as a honey merchant traveling between Peshawar and Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan when he was captured in 2006, which his family said was most likely a trap to demand cash rewards for the rebels. . .

But the US government confirms that Haroun was an envoy linked to al-Qaeda and was in charge of an armed group called the Islamic Party.

Source: RT

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