Taliban Tells the U.S. to Show Some ‘Heart’ and Send Money
'America is a big country; they need to have a big heart'
Terrorist group the Taliban have demanded the United States "show some heart" and send them money after the United Nations and its donors promised them hundreds of millions of dollars.
The Taliban blasted the U.S after it said it would “try its best to deliver this aid to the needy people in a completely transparent manner.”
The terrorist regime’s acting foreign minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, said, “America is a big country; they need to have a big heart.”
The Taliban's plea comes after the United Nations opened a high-level donors conference calling on the world to urgently send $600 million to help fund the terrorist.
The plea for Americans to open their wallets came just 24-hours after the United Nations opened a high-level donors conference with the call for the world to urgently send $600 million to help fund the Taliban over the next three months.
The Taliban has promised that it will disperse the Afghans most in need funds, the U.N. assured potential contributors.
The move recognizes the Taliban as the legitimate government of Afghanistan.
The recognition from the U.N. amounts to a public relations victory for the Taliban after U.S. and NATO forces fled the 20-year war in a disastrous departure, AP reports.
"Recent developments” have increased the vulnerability of Afghans who have already been facing decades of deprivation and violence, Guterres says.
Guterres, a veteran Portuguese socialist, also stressed a severe drought is jeopardizing the upcoming harvest, and hunger has been rising, according to Breitbart.
The U.N.’s World Food Program is to be a major beneficiary of any funds collected during Monday’s conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
But the Taliban already have gifts from the U.S.
According to watchdog group Open the Books, Joe Biden's disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal left the Taliban with 75,000 vehicles, 600,000 weapons, and 208 airplanes/helicopters.
CEO & founder of Open the Books, Adam Andrzejewski, said:
“We've made the Taliban into a major U.S. arms dealer for the next decade."
“They now control 75,000 military vehicles."