Hekmatyar was likewise notorious for his side exchange the development and trafficking in opium. Support of the mujahedeen from the CIA matched with a blast in the medication business. Inside two years, the Afghanistan-Pakistan fringe was the world’s single biggest wellspring of heroin, providing 60% of US medication clients.
In 1995, the previous executive of the CIA’s operation in Afghanistan was unrepentant about the blast in the stream of medications: “Our primary mission was to do however much harm as could reasonably be expected to the Soviets… There was a drop out as far as medications, yes. In any case, the principle goal was proficient. The Soviets left Afghanistan.”
As indicated by Ahmed Rashid, a journalist for the Far Eastern Economic Review, in 1986 CIA Chief William Casey submitted CIA support to a long-standing ISI proposition to enlist from around the globe to join the Afghan jihad. No less than 100,000 Islamic aggressors ran to Pakistan in the vicinity of 1982 and 1992 (somewhere in the range of 60,000 went to fundamentalist schools in Pakistan without essentially partaking in the battling).
John Cooley, a previous columnist with the US ABC TV station and creator of Unholy Wars: Afghanistan, America and International Terrorism, has uncovered that Muslims enlisted in the US for the mujahidin were sent to Camp Peary, the CIA’s spy preparing camp in Virginia, where youthful Afghans, Arabs from Egypt and Jordan, and even some African-American “dark Muslims” were instructed “disrupt aptitudes”.