Afghanistan forces fighting ISIS take a slow-and-steady approach(FOX NEWS)

KABUL, Afghanistan — While a labyrinth of underground tunnels and the lives of almost 100 of its fighters were wiped away with one U.S. bomb, the Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB), the Kabul government’s strategy to eliminate ISIS from its stronghold in eastern Afghanistan calls for slow and steady progress.

“One month ago we specifically boosted our counter-terrorism offenses against them, bringing in our Afghan Special Forces to evacuate them from the area,” Major Abadullah Karimi, spokesperson for the 202nd Shamshad Police Corps, the headquarters for operations in eastern Afghanistan, told Fox News from the Nangarhar provincial capital of Jalalabad on Sunday. “But we must clean them up slowly. This is the only way.”CONTINUE READING HERE


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