Ahmad Shah Massoud is considered to be part of the Panjshir resistance movement.
“I write from the Panjshir Valley today, ready to follow in my father’s footsteps, with mujahideen fighters who are prepared to once again take on the Taliban,” – Ahmad Massoud said
Amrullah Saleh, Vice President of Afghanistan, and Ahmad Massoud, son of Ahmad Shah Massoud in Panjshir.
Amrullah Saleh, Vice President of Afghanistan and Ahmad Massoud, son of Ahmad Shah Massoud spotted in Panjshir.They are bringing all Anti-Taliban commanders together in Panjshir. This province is still free from Taliban. pic.twitter.com/bgb8hUdfwi— Sudhir Chaudhary (@sudhirchaudhary) August 16, 2021
Ahmad Shah Massoud met with the new acting President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh stated.
Nations must respect the rule of law , not violence. Afghanistan is too big for Pakistan to swallow and too big for Talibs to govern. Don’t let your histories have a chapter on humiliation and bowing to terror groups. https://t.co/nNo84Z7tEf— Amrullah Saleh (@AmrullahSaleh2) August 19, 2021
An anti-Taliban coalition seems to be forming, including Vice President @AmrullahSaleh2 and Ahmad Massoud, son of Ahmad Shah Massoud – they are in Panjsher, about three hours drive from Kabul #Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/EbuF1UXlNY— Yalda Hakim (@BBCYaldaHakim) August 16, 2021
Ahmad Massoud Is the Son of Ahmad Shah Massoud
Ahmad Shah Massoud
(Dari/Pashto: احمد شاه مسعود; Persian pronunciation: ʔæhmæd ʃɒːh mæsʔuːd] September 2, 1953 – September 9, 2001) was an Afghan politician and military commander. He was a powerful guerrilla commander during the resistance against the Soviet occupation between 1979 and 1989. In the 1990s, he led the government's military wing against rival militias; after the Taliban takeover, he was the leading opposition commander against their regime until his assassination in 2001 by Osama Bin Laden operatives.
SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 Ahmad Massoud had criticized the “secretive Trump Taliban deal”.
A “secretive” peace deal between the United States and the Taliban could face wide resistance in Afghanistan if it opens the door to the insurgents’ hardline regime, said the son of Ahmad Shah Massoud, the slain hero of the anti-Soviet resistance.
https://t.co/Kd1oXnVAtL— Geopolitics.wiki (@GeopoliticsW) August 22, 2021
Ahmad Massoud, son of anti-Taliban commander: “If he was alive 9/11 wouldn’t have happened”
A week after the Taliban has taken power in Afghanistan through the collapse of the U.S propped-up Government, leaders of the Taliban insurgency are conducting internal talks and meetings with former rivals on forming what they have promised to be an “inclusive Islamic government.” The framework for the formation of the new government is expected to be announced soon, Taliban officials in Kabul said.
Ahmed Shah Massoud’s son: We will not accept an Afghan government characterized by extremism
In a past interview, Ahmed Shah Massoud’s son has been quoted as saying he would like to see a decentralized Government in Afghanistan.
- 8/20/21 Taliban offers a deal to last remaining pro-government fighters in Panjshir through the Russian embassy