ISIS reborn: The West is ‘supporting and aiding the rise’ of the terror organisation with a critical move, according to a new report.

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ISIS reborn: The West is ‘supporting and aiding the rise’ of the terror organisation with a critical move, according to a new report.

THE WEST has been accused of “supporting and aiding” ISIS by allowing the Taliban to take control of Afghanistan and then “starving” it of international aid.

The explosive accusation was made by a barrister known on Twitter as Crime Girl, who referenced as evidence comments made by a country resident on the subject. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that food shortages and freezing weather are putting the lives of more than one million Afghan children in jeopardy this winter.

After the West’s messy pullout in August, the Taliban now has complete control of Afghanistan, with the last US forces leaving on President Joe Biden’s orders on August 29.

In an incident near Kabul’s airport, twin suicide bombers killed hundreds of people, including 13 US soldiers, in an attack later claimed by ISIS-K.

The situation, according to Crime Girl, is now dangerously out of control, having ramifications far beyond the country’s borders.

“By allowing the Taliban to take control of Afghanistan and then starving the country of aid because of who they are, we are funding and enabling the establishment of ISIS,” she said on Twitter.

She then made a series of remarks, which she most likely got via an encrypted texting service.

“Non-Pashtun tali fighters have joined Daesh.”

“The middle class is starving,” the poster continued. Taliban Pashtuns are now defecting to Daesh.

“There are suspicions that the special forces will follow suit at some point.”

“As Daesh is currently the only one with money.”

According to the WHO’s Margaret Harris, around 3.2 million children in Afghanistan are projected to suffer from acute malnutrition by the end of this year, with one million of them at risk of dying as temperatures plummet.

Aid groups have issued famine warnings as a drought coincides with a collapsing economy as a result of the cessation of Western financial aid following the Taliban takeover.

The health-care industry has been particularly severely hit, with many healthcare employees fleeing due to unpaid wages.

“It’s an uphill battle as starvation grips the country,” Ms Harris added.

“The international community must not and cannot afford to ignore Afghanistan.”

Temperatures are dropping below 0 degrees Celsius and getting colder at night. “Brinkwire News Summary.”

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