The Hunt: Terror groups’ humanitarian theft and boasting draw scrutiny

A young girl stand outside her home as two dogs lay on the ground in Kamar Kalagh village near Herat, Afghanistan, Saturday , Nov. 27, 2021. Since the chaotic Aug. 15 Taliban takeover of Kabul, an already war-devastated economy once kept alive by international donations alone is now on the verge of collapse. There isn't enough money for hospitals. The World Health Organization is warning of millions of children suffering malnutrition, and the U.N. says 97% of Afghans will soon be living below the poverty line. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

New evidence is emerging that terrorist groups operating in Afghanistan are stealing humanitarian donations intended for people suffering from disasters.

Also, social media companies are turning a blind eye to their terrorist activities.

In this week’s episode of “The Hunt with WTOP national security correspondent J.J. Green,” Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler, senior director at the Counter Extremism Project, said both are glaring problems.

Terror groups in Afghanistan are taking aid meant for disaster victims

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