"Not Fair": Donald Trump Wants India To Help Fight Afghanistan Terrorists

US President Donald Trump

"Look, India's right there (next to Afghanistan), they are not fighting it, we're fighting it. Pakistan is next door". They are not fighting it.

Answering a question on USA plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, Trump said, as Hindustan Times quotes, "India is right there, they are not fighting it, we are fighting it".

The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are now holding more than 2,000 foreign ISIS fighters from over 50 countries in makeshift detention facilities in addition to some 8,000 Syrian and Iraqi prisoners.

He singled out Pakistan as a frontline country that is doing "little" to fight militant groups. Very, very little. It's not fair.

In Afghanistan, a deal between the Taliban and the United States for USA forces to withdraw could drive some die-hard Taliban fighters into the arms of Islamic State, Afghan officials and militants say.

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"At a sure point Russia, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Turkey they're going to must fight their battles too".

"We captured them, we've got thousands of them, and now as usual our allies don't want 'em", he said.

Trump further added "At a certain point, all of these other countries, where [IS] is around...are going to have to fight them". Trump has also been suspicious of Pakistan, saying last year that "they don't do a damn thing for us" despite receiving more than a billion dollars in aid a year. The US President's off-the-cuff suggestion that India take more active role in Afghanistan recalled the time more than a decade ago during the Bush administration when New Delhi briefly weighed a boots-on-the-ground approach. Iraq barred U.S. planes from its airspace on Wednesday after an alleged Israeli airstrike on Baghdad, while Turkey is facing sanctions for choosing Russian missile defense systems over a notoriously troubled USA fighter jet.

Trump on Wednesday called on other countries to take a greater responsibility in combating ISIS. "I don't think so", he said.

The Daily Mail wrote, "The White House and State Department have been pressuring governments in Europe to take back thousands of jihadis and their brides captured when ISIS collapsed - and having no success - for almost two years, a source with knowledge of the conversations told DailyMail.com last week". "Which is Germany and France and other places". The U.S. does not want to watch as these ISIS fighters permeate Europe, which is where they are expected to go. And if Europe doesn't take them, Mr. Trump said, he would have no choice but to release them into the countries from which they came, which was Germany and France.

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