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“Shocking assessment” .. US intelligence: Iraq is the biggest threat to the United States

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Post by rocky Wed 15 Sep 2021, 7:21 am

“Shocking assessment” .. US intelligence: Iraq is the biggest threat to the United States

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{Umniah: Al Furat News} The US National Intelligence Agency considered that Afghanistan no longer poses the "biggest threat" to the United States of America, while 4 Arab countries, including Iraq, currently represent this threat.
At the annual National Intelligence and Security Conference in Washington, Director of the National Intelligence Agency Avril Haynes said that Afghanistan is no longer at the top of the United States' concerns regarding international terrorist threats to America, according to what was reported by Bloomberg.
This is America's position, she added, "even amid persistent concerns from some critics who argue that Afghanistan could become a haven for terrorist organizations such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda (terrorists) to regroup after the US withdrawal."
On August 26, the organization (ISIS-Khorasan) launched a suicide operation targeting Kabul Airport amid the process of evacuating American forces and nationals from Afghanistan. The one who takes Afghanistan as his sanctuary represents a potential threat to America.
The director of intelligence stressed that "terrorist threats from 4 Arab countries, namely Somalia, Yemen, Syria and Iraq, specifically ISIS, pose a greater danger than those that may come from Afghanistan."
And she continued: "With regard to the homeland, and the current threat from terrorist groups, we do not prioritize Afghanistan at the top of the list. What we are looking at is Yemen, Somalia, Syria and Iraq, and ISIS, and here we see the biggest threat."
Haynes indicated that the collection of intelligence information in Afghanistan "dwindled" after the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan and the fall of the US-backed government, stressing at the same time that the intelligence prepared for this situation "some time ago."
She noted that the primary focus of intelligence now is to monitor "any possible reconfiguration of terrorist organizations" in Afghanistan.
Haynes' comments came as the Biden administration continues to be criticized by both Republicans and Democrats for the precipitous withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan in the wake of the Taliban's seizure of power last month.
Hours after Hines spoke, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken began testifying before the House Foreign Affairs Committee about the withdrawal.

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