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The following information is based on a general overview of a social media account demonstrating terror-related activity / sympathies.
Additional Information: Pro-Taliban TikTok accounts, with accompanying text in Urdu and Pashto, celebrate late Taliban commander Mullah Mohammed Omar and refer to the U.S.-Taliban deal signed in Doha this February 2020. One post on the deal states in Urdu: "America has accepted its defeat; Afghan Taliban won."
The avatar of user @talibanzindabad shows a photo of Mullah Omar from the 1970s.
A March 1, 2020 post by Taliban sympathizer Shaikh_Jee plays a jihadi nasheed and shows a Taliban flag.
On August 22, user Gazwae_hind posted a slideshow of images of Mullah Mohammed Omar.
On February 29, user @Ma.l.i.k posted about the U.S.-Taliban peace deal signed in Qatar. The Urdu text in the image reads: "America has accepted its defeat; Afghan Taliban won." Urdu text written using the Latin alphabet reads: "Allah gave honor to those waging jihad” In English hashtags reads #usadefeatedbyTaliban and #Afgahntaliban."
On May 17, 2020, user @Nizamtareen posted part of an official Taliban video release and praised the Taliban.
On March 3, user @raja.usman shared a clip from a video game that shows a battlefield fight. The text reads: "Taliban 302."
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