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Why’s The Biden Administration Protecting The Identity of The Kabul Airport Bomber Responsible For The Death of 13 Americans

Joe Biden surrendered Afghanistan’s Bagram Airfield after almost twenty years in July 2021 by turning off the power and trying to slip away in the night. The base’s Afghan commanding officer discovered the Americans’ covert withdrawal more than two hours later. 

The Taliban seized Bagram Air Base, 30 miles north of Kabul, on August 15 and liberated thousands of terrorists. Americans and Afghans left behind military gear, uniforms, food, and sports beverages for the Taliban.

The Taliban freed the ISIS suicide bomber who killed 13 US servicemembers and 169 Afghans in July, according to The Gateway Pundit. 

The Biden administration won’t name the Kabul attacker from ISIS. The very same ISIS killer who escaped Bagram Air Base. Our children’s blood is on their hands. 

Abdul Rehman murdered 173 Afghans and 13 Americans at Kabul Terminal a year ago. 

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The Biden presidency has not publicly named the bomber a year after the ISIS-K suicide terrorist attack that killed 13 U.S. service personnel at the Kabul airbase, despite claims and unnamed authorities saying it was Abdul Rahman al Logari, who was released from prison at the neglected Bagram Airbase in August 2021 when the Taliban ended up taking over Afghanistan. 

The attacker’s claimed name is known in national security communities and Capitol Hill. Still, the Biden presidency has declined to confirm that Logari was the attacker who killed 13 U.S. troops and maimed 45 more. The U.S. supervised evacuation operations at Hamid Karzai International Airport on Aug. 26, 2021, while the Taliban, notably Haqqani Taliban group forces, provided security outside. 

Logari was freed by the Taliban after they took over Afghanistan in mid-August 2021 after a chaotic U.S. retreat. Afghanistan’s Taliban, Haqqani network, and al Qaeda are connected. 

The State Department pointed the Washington Examiner to spokesperson Ned Price’s remarks Monday about an Afghanistan after-action study. Price referred questions on the Kabul bombing to the Defense Department. 

Price said Blinken requested an “after-action report after the U.S. pullout from Afghanistan.” He continued, “We wanted the review to be thorough, accurate, and reflective.” So the review is classified.” Price didn’t mention the bomber. 

Abdul Rehman, an ISIS suicide bomber, spent four years in Bagram jail before being freed by the Taliban. 

The Islamic State suicide bomber who killed 169 Afghan civilians and 13 US soldiers outside Kabul airport last month was in Bagram jail for four years thanks to Indian help, Firstpost has revealed.

The Research and Analysis Wing handed him over to the CIA in September 2017, according to senior Indian intelligence sources. The jihadist broke free on 15 August 2021, together with hundreds of other dangerous terrorists housed in the high-security jail, taking advantage of the turmoil that erupted when the US exited, and the Taliban took over the nation. 

Abdul Rehman, a jihadist from Afghanistan’s Logar province, studied engineering in India. Son of an Afghan trader who did business in India. 

His arrest ended a scheme by the Islamic State of Khurasan Province (IS-K), the group’s regional affiliate in Afghanistan, to stage bomb attacks in New Delhi and other cities across the area, allegedly at the direction of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI). In the end, almost everybody knows the bomber responsible for the death of 13 Americans but for some reasons unknown to us, Biden has decided not to name him. Fishy right?