Joe Biden “Will Take Revenge For The Attack: “We Will Make You Pay For This”
The president of the US, Joe Biden, has appeared at the White House after it was learned that 13 American soldiers have lost their lives in the double suicide attack committed by the Islamic State in the vicinity of the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, where The international community is carrying out evacuation of Afghan citizens after the arrival of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan.
In total, a hundred people have been injured and at least 60 people have died , although some sources put the number of people killed as one hundred. In addition, among those killed in the double attack are also several Taliban , who have condemned the massacre. The attack came after the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom warned of the high risk of attack, which is why several countries, such as Belgium, France and the Netherlands, had announced the end of their rescue missions in the country.
We will not forgive, we will forget, we will look for you, we will hunt you down and we will make you pay for this
In his message, Joe Biden assured that there would be a response from the United States and confirmed that he has asked the heads of the Armed Forces to develop different plans to attack the Islamic State. “ We will not forgive, we will forget, we will look for you, we will hunt you down and we will make you pay for this,” the US president alleged.
They Will Continue With The Evacuations Until August 31
Likewise, the head of the White House explained that the United States, in parallel to what can begin to be done against the Islamic State, will continue to evacuate people from Kabul, despite the attacks that occurred, until August 31, the deadline imposed by the Taliban to leave the country. According to Biden, they will continue with these tasks “knowing that there may be another attack”, but he affirms: ” the military has decided that this is what we have to do and I think they are right.“
On the other hand, the president has assumed responsibility for what happened , for the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, but he extends the blame to Donald Trump, “I assume responsibility for what has happened, but here is the key, but you know as well as I did that the previous president signed an agreement with the Taliban so that in exchange for leaving Afghanistan he would obtain a commitment that the Taliban would attack others, but not American troops.“