Freed Afghan Taliban fighters return to insurgency
This is terrible news as these taliban militants who were given freedom to return to normal life have once again joined insurgency. This is a clear breach of goodwill gesture and breaking a promise on behalf of militants.
How much more blood will be shed in Afghanistan and Pakistan in the name of religion and so-called jihad?
US tax payers have been 100% funding Afghanistan's budget, building public infrastructure and US men and women are putting their lives at risk to bring peace and normalcy in Afghanistan but unfortunately they are getting nothing in return.
There is no solution of talibans and these Stone Age animals deserve nothing.
One can say good bye to peace and normalcy in this region. Let them kill each other.
What is Afghanistan?
Backwardness, religious extremism, intolerance, killing each other in the name of honor, tribal warfare, mistreating women and civil wars have been their past, is their present and will be their future.
abdul-rahman last edited by
"US tax payers have been 100% funding Afghanistan's budget, building public infrastructure and US men and women are putting their lives at risk to bring peace and normalcy in Afghanistan but unfortunately they are getting nothing in return."
Governor Jesse Ventura is also paying taxes but knows more than you and me why Afghanistan was invaded and occupied.
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I like Jesse Ventura - even though he is a pothead...
It is interesting to notice how you proudly talking an aethiest Jesse Ventura.
Jess Ventura tells too many truth and I am behind him when it comes to Afghanistan and Iraq.
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Some Good News!
The capture of Maulvi Faqir
Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have, for historical reasons, always been far from cordial. This mutual suspicion has been one of the biggest stumbling blocks in fighting the war against militancy. The Pakistani establishment has been a willing patron of, or at the very least turned a blind eye to the activities of, the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani Network. Afghanistan, meanwhile, has allowed Maulana Fazlullah and the Swati Taliban to comfortably plan attacks across the border without doing anything to stop them. Now it looks that this might be changing. Afghan security forces managed to nab Maulvi Faqir Muhammad, who was a senior Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) commander and one of the most wanted men in the war against militancy.
All terrorists on both side of the borders should be arrested, tried and hanged to bring peace and normalcy in the region. Otherwise you can say goodbye to this region forever.
Time is running out for both Pakistan and Afghanistan as evil forces of hate, terror, intolerance and extremism are growing faster than one can imagine.