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Why does ISIS attack the Taliban?

The Daily Digest Logo By Zeleb.es of The Daily Digest | Slide 1 of 17: The radical group Islamic State, better known by its initials IS (or ISIS), is at war with the Taliban. It considers them traitors and targets them with violent attacks. An example were the bombs that killed dozens of people at the Kabul airport during the evacuation. The Taliban (pictured), who now control Afghanistan, are facing an enemy with whom they seem to have a lot in common. But what are the differences and why does the Islamic State hate the Taliban?

ISIS against the Taliban

The radical group Islamic State, better known by its initials IS (or ISIS), is at war with the Taliban. It considers them traitors and targets them with violent attacks. An example were the bombs that killed dozens of people at the Kabul airport during the evacuation.

The Taliban (pictured), who now control Afghanistan, are facing an enemy with whom they seem to have a lot in common. But what are the differences and why does the Islamic State hate the Taliban?

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