The U.S. State Department, in a report, once again claimed that some certain militant groups were still operational in Afghanistan and that no effective measures have so far been made against them in the war-torn country. The baseless report added that ‘Al-Qaeda, Daesh and other regional terrorist groups remained active in Afghanistan.’ “In Afghanistan, al-Qa’ida elements, ISIS, and regionally focused terrorist groups remained active in the country. ISIS-Khorasan (ISIS-K) continued to conduct terrorist attacks against Afghan civilians, particularly members of the Shia community, and the Taliban [the Islamic Emirate]. In 2022, ISIS-K conducted cross-border attacks in Pakistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan and maintained ambitions to attack the West. Al-Qa’ida and its affiliates, particularly al-Qa’ida in the Indian Subcontinent, also remained intent — but lacked the capability — to directly attack the United States from Afghanistan,” the report reads without realizing the fact that Afghanistan has now become a free-terrorism country. The report, like before, was not released based on the current realities and the stable situation of Afghanistan and the sensitivity of the Islamic Emirate against the Kharijites like the so-called Islamic state. This is also, unfair to blame the authorities of the Islamic Emirate for lack of clarity in prevention of the activities of terrorist groups, as the level of illegal militancy has recently declined to zero. The Islamic Emirate remained committed to preventing terrorist groups from using Afghanistan’s territory against other nations. As the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate Zabihullah Mujahid said, during the two years of the rule of the Islamic Emirate, no threat has been made to any country from Afghanistan. So, what the U.S. or any of its allies claim about the activities of foreign militant groups in Afghanistan, is far from the fact. Afghanistan, under the rule of the Islamic system, has seriously started its fight against any seditious including Daesh and other foreign or internal anti-security groups and would spare no effort to completely eliminate them countrywide. “Afghanistan is now safe and expressing concerns about this territory is not true. And all countries should recognize Afghanistan as a safe area,” Mujahid said in a briefing with media. All countries of the region, including the neighbors as well as the world should do more for their security on their own instead of blaming others.