Taliban terrorists organized a fireworks display over Kabul in the early morning hours of Tuesday to celebrate the departure of the last American troops from the country, allegedly for the foreseeable future.
Jihadists in the streets of the capital also celebrated with widespread shouting and gunfire, causing so much noise that Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid issued a statement urging civilians not to panic about the “shots of joy” ringing throughout Kabul.
The Pentagon confirmed on Monday U.S. time that no American servicemen remained in Afghanistan as the clock turned on midnight in Kabul. Pentagon officials admitted that the administration of President Joe Biden had chosen to leave behind hundreds of American civilians, without providing journalists with a concrete number of those abandoned or any plan to help them. Biden had insisted on departing the country on August 31 regardless of the situation on the ground.
Prior to Biden