The 9/11 Wars

Twenty years after Al Qaeda attacked America, the Biden administration is withdrawing troops from Afghanistan and Iraq, leaving behind weak and corrupt governments, hundreds of thousands dead, and off-the-books forces to fight on in secret.

Family Members of 9/11 Victims Call on Biden to Unfreeze Afghan Funds

The families asked the White House to help end the mass starvation crisis in Afghanistan by releasing the country’s U.S.-held foreign reserves. New guidance from the Treasury Department provides a pathway.

White House Shifts Blame to Courts as Afghans Endure Winter Famine, Says It’s Being “Proactive”

The administration blamed ongoing 9/11 litigation for delays in sending desperately needed assets back to starving Afghans.

Lawyers and Lobbyists Fight for Their Slice of $3.5 Billion in Afghan Money Seized by the Biden Administration

Biden’s decision to allocate $3.5 billion for compensating 9/11 victims’ families has sent teams of lawyers scrambling.

Biden’s Afghanistan Counsel Left the White House in January. Now He’s Poised to Reap Financial Windfall From Billions in Seized Afghan Assets.

The U.S. seizure of Afghan government funds after the Taliban took power has put millions at risk of starvation.

Biden’s Decision on Frozen Afghanistan Money Is Tantamount to Mass Murder

Biden is crushing the Afghan economy by seizing $3.5 billion of its people’s money and diverting the other $3.5 billion for a trust fund “to benefit the Afghan people.”