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    Monday, September 10, 2007

    AFGHAN'S Blind Intelligence Service

    By Sayed Salahuddin

    KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan President Hamid Karzai renewed a call for talks with Taliban insurgents on Sunday,

    "We don't have any formal negotiations with the Taliban. They don't have an address. Who do we talk to?" Karzai told reporters.

    "I wish there (was) someone that will eventually come out with a telephone number, with an address, with a leadership structure that we can go and talk to," he added. "If I can have place where to send somebody to talk to, an authority that publicly says it is the Taliban authority, I will do it."

    Karzai has repeatedly offered talks with the Taliban, but the guerrillas have refused.


    I wonder did they hang up on him, or didn't he call?

    Their phone number has been all over the net: since April. 2007
    (011 from US, then) 8821621515539 --- ask for Ahmadi, which is what Qari Mohammad Yousuf's friends call him.
    or :
    (011 from US, then) 8821621360585 --- calls himself "mujahid"
    His email also:

    But the Afghan gov doesn't seem to use the Internet.
    and their Intel service did not know???
    Maybe they should hire a good Competitive Intelligence service.

    Any way Taliban wants to talk NOW.

    MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2007
    12:33 MECCA TIME, 9:33 GMT

    Taliban 'ready for Afghan talks'

    The Taliban have said they were ready for talks with the Afghan government, one day after Hamid Karzai, the president, offered negotiations in a bid to end bloodshed.

    "For the sake of national interests ... we are fully ready for talks with the government," Yousuf Ahmadi, senior Taliban spokesman, told AFP on Monday.

    The spokesman said the Taliban could hold talks with the Afghan government as it did with South Korean officials over 21 hostages who were freed after several meetings.

    "As we did hold negotiations with the South Korean government, we can hold talks at an even higher level with the government," he said by telephone from an undisclosed location.

    Karzai has regularly offered talks with the Taliban, and there have been rumours that contact has already been made.

    The president denied on Monday that "formal negotiations" were under way with the fighters but said he was ready to start such dialogue if he could find the "address for the Taliban".

    Ahmadi responded: "If they want our address - we're among the people. If they're honest for talks, we're ready for it."


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