National Resistance Front, Kabul: The leader of al Qaida, Ayman al Zawahiri, was killed by an American drone on Sunday in Kabul.
Al Zawahiri's existence in the heart of the Afghanistan capital ascertained that the Taliban are still devoted to providing sanctuary to the international terrorists.
Whereas, after the occupation of Afghanistan by the Taliban, the friction between the members of the group has been intensifying, and the killing of the leader of Al Qaeda has worsened this discord.
The attack that killed the Al Qaeda leader also took the lives of Sirajuddin Haqqani's son and son in law.
Since the attack, Sirajuddin Haqqani has faded away from public life, and the media reported that he had fled to Logar and then to Paktia and Paktika.
Haqqani, to deceive people, sent some of his bodyguards with his special cars to the provinces. However, he was hiding in a safe house in Kabul and today before noon departed for Kandahar province.
Outwardly, this trip was due to visiting the kins of one of the killed commanders of this group, but in reality, it is to stay away from the inflamed area of the capital.
Mula Barader, Mula Yaqoub and Amir Khan Motaqi are among the group leaders who are susceptible after the Al Zawahiri killing.
Mula Baradar had increased the number of his security forces a while ago.
After the American drone attack in Kabul, he and Mula Yaqoub are in hiding, but among them, the Haqqani network is more focused on Amir Khan Motaqi.
Amir Khan Motaqi, the so-called foreign minister of the Taliban, has been most affected by the recent developments.
A day after Al Zawahiri was killed in Kabul, Motaqi did not come to the ministry; as well as not attending any meeting three days later.
Motaqi boosted the number of his security forces after these developments and abstained from attending most of the meetings.
Not only the Taliban leaders but the forces of this group are distressed and anxious.
In the past week, several Taliban forces, mainly belonging to the Haqqani network, have left some areas in Takhar.
The presence of international terrorists has turned Afghanistan into a haven.
Over 20 days ago, Ahmad Massoud, the leader of the National Resistance Front, cautioned about the situation in Afghanistan in an interview and said that if the world ignores Afghanistan, it will once again be the target of the Taliban and their special guests.