Help Support CEP’s Influential Monitoring Of Afghanistan Since The Taliban Takeover

Since Western troops withdrew from Afghanistan in 2021, the new Taliban regime has struggled to maintain security and rein in terrorism. It has also imposed devastating restrictions on women and girls. This year, the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) has continued to report on the situation in Afghanistan, the failures of the de facto Taliban leaders, and the terrorist threats emanating from the region, including from the Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISIS-K). 

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CEP research closes an essential knowledge gap about the activities in the region and educates the public and policymakers about potential larger, long-term impacts on global security.

Our Afghanistan Terrorism Report provides a regular analysis of terrorist activity as well as al-Qaeda and ISIS-K propaganda. CEP hosts regular webinars with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (Foundation) (KAS) on “The Taliban’s Takeover in Afghanistan,” bringing together respected experts to share their insights on the state of play in the region, its impact on global terrorism, and effective counterterrorism structures.

We rely on your donations to provide this high-quality research, which serves as a valuable tool to the public as well as the global security community and seeks to prevent and counter violent extremism. Your support will help us continue this important work.

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Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.

In Their Own Words:

We reiterate once again that the brigades will directly target US bases across the region in case the US enemy commits a folly and decides to strike our resistance fighters and their camps [in Iraq].

Abu Ali al-Askari, Kata’ib Hezbollah (KH) Security Official Mar. 2023
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