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    Thursday, November 29, 2007

    Taliban talks to Afghan??

    Halt US aid, bin Laden urges Europe

    Bin Laden said that Europe should leave Afghanistan and not do the US' bidding
    Osama bin Laden, the leader of al-Qaeda, has called on Europeans to stop their political leaders helping the US in the Afghan war.
    "It would be better for you if you [restrained] your politicians who flock to the White House and worked actively to end the wrong done to the oppressed," he said in an audio tape aired on Thursday.

    ( Note this was not an order?? )

    "You [Europeans] become followers to America and that is why no US soldier has been put on trial before European courts," he said.

    He continued: "I remind you that the American tide is receding ... and that US troops will go home beyond the Atlantic to leave neighbours to settle their problems.
    "Involved in this war, you did not abide by ethics of war as most of the war victims were women, children and civilians."

    ( Somebody remind Binny about the beheadings, bombing mosques, and market places by al Qaeda. )

    Europe 'follows' US
    "I am responsible" for the attacks on New York and Washington on September 11, 2001," bin Laden continued.
    The US had "insisted on invading" Afghanistan even though it knew Afghanistan was not behind the attacks, and added that "Europe walked behind it," he said.

    ( The Taliban who were running Afghan refused to hand over Binny... They still can and I bet it would speed USA in going home...What about it Taliban Give USA Binny, some guest, lied to Talibn about 911, and cost them a country, 7 yrs now...)

    A Nato force composed of troops from the US and Europe has operated in Afghanistan since a US-led military invasion in 2001.
    Nazanine Moshiri, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Afghanistan, said the country's government rejected bin Laden's statement.
    "The Afghan government's response to this is that Osama bin Laden has no right to tell a sovereign country like Afghanistan what it should do or what its people should do," she said.
    "The national security adviser spokesperson told me that the Afghan people chose to have the international community here.
    "The government says it is al-Qaeda terrorists and the Taliban that are killing civilians and troops... the government's comments will please Nato."
    Nato criticised
    However, Ahmad Shah Ahmadzai, a former Afghan prime minister, told Al Jazeera that he agreed with bin Laden's assertion that Western nations should leave the country.

    ( give usa binny )

    "There is no progress towards the rehabilitation and reconstruction of Afghanistan. Instead [Nato is] killing our civilians and the situation is deteriorating.

    "The presence of the Nato forces is no longer in the interests of the Afghan people."
    Ahmadzai said the Afghan government should enter talks with the Taliban and other opposition groups rather than rely on Nato assistance.

    ( Taliban refuses to talk see article below.)

    "It looks like the opposition is getting stronger and stronger and the government and Nato forces are getting weak," he said. SOURCE:AL jAZEERA

    ( note after the Iraqi defeat of al Qaeda, binny is focusing on Afghan, and he makes no threats )



    Sunday, September 30, 2007
    No Says Taleban To Karzai Talks

    Taleban shun Karzai talks offer

    A spokesman for Taleban militants in Afghanistan has rejected another offer for talks by President Hamid Karzai. Spokesman Qari Yusuf Ahmadi said the Taleban would never negotiate with the Afghan authorities while foreign troops remained in the country.

    President Karzai repeated on Saturday that he would be willing to offer the Taleban positions in government if it would bring peace.

    "Taliban are not interested in government posts - ministries or anything. We want the withdrawal of foreign forces and we stand by our position," Qari Yusuf Ahmadi told news agencies.

    "As long as they have not withdrawn, we'll never talk with the Kabul administration."

    President Karzai said on Saturday he wished he could contact Taleban leader Mullah Omar and warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar to ask why they were trying to destroy Afghanistan. He said he would meet both men personally, and even offer them cabinet posts, if it would help to bring about peace. But he reiterated he would not agree to any troop


    It seems the Taliban hasn't felt enough PAIN to enter talks yet.
    Binny it seems continues to look for a way out, surrender?


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