As we witness planeloads full of Muslim Afghan citizens head for America, it’s time to start asking why Muslim countries aren’t stepping forward to take care of their co-religionists. Isn’t it time they did? Afghanistan has fallen to the Taliban and may soon become a caliphate, ruling over a population that’s 90% Sunni Muslims. According to the entry on the Taliban at the “Major Religions of the World” website, the Taliban are not a standalone religious sect. Instead, they are a radical political and religious faction. Many Taliban were trained in Pakistani-run madrassas. Thanks to the refugee flow the Russian occupation triggered in Afghanistan: Saudi Arabia had an opening to further Wahhabism, its official religion. Pakistan’s military dictator, General Zia ul Haq, a devout Wahabi himself, decided to establish this network of madrassas to train and educate the young minds in the art of hating the US/Zionism. He wanted these madrassas to become a permanent supply source of mujahideen. This brings us to what is currently happening in Afghanistan. Two superpowers, Russia and the United States, failed to obtain victory over the militant Taliban.