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#46 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2020 11:42
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We can agree to disagree.
To me it looks like the top half of the plane was literally blown off, indicated by scorch marks.
Looking at the photo, it (sort of) looks like the rest of the plane fell from the sky.
There's no plowed furrow from impact to where the plane is sitting.
Very unusual to have a crash landing with that much of the plane intact.
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#47 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2020 21:48

27JAN2020: Afghanistan requesting Indian Troops

www.cnbctv18.com/views/afghanistans-request-for-indian-tr...

I know that there are Hindus who visit this forum so let me give you a 2 line response about Afghanistan

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  1. The Afghans love you so much that the mountain range which separates Afghanistan from India is called "Hindu Kush (Hindu Killer)"
  2. Please send your Troops to Afghanistan, I am begging you!
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#48 [Permalink] Posted on 29th January 2020 21:53
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Are these people really that daft to take on the pukhtoon?
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#49 [Permalink] Posted on 12th February 2020 22:46

12FEB2020: Trump administration signals Afghanistan drawdown is close

www.axios.com/trump-administration-afghanistan-drawdown-b...

Multiple signs are currently pointing toward a U.S. drawdown in Afghanistan.

What they're saying: Defense Secretary Mark Esper said today that he's comfortable with a smaller U.S. troop presence, national security adviser Robert O'Brien said he's "cautiously optimistic" an announcement is forthcoming, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called the Afghan president to fill him in on a possible deal.

  • As O'Brien reiterated last night, President Trump believes "it's time for America to come home" after 18 years, though he cautioned that a full withdrawal is not imminent. He also noted that withdrawal deals have collapsed in the past.
  • Two American soldiers, Sgt. Javier Jaguar Gutierrez and Sgt. Antonio Rey Rodriguez, were killed on Saturday by a soldier in an Afghan army uniform, per AP. Trump traveled to Dover Air Base Monday to pay his respects.

The U.S. has engaged in stop-start negotiations with the Taliban over the past year to set conditions for an American withdrawal.

  • Despite promising during his 2016 campaign to end the war, Trump was convinced early in his presidency to keep a large U.S. presence in the country. Now, he reportedly wants all American troops out of the country by November's election.
  • A deal seemed within striking distance last September but fell apart after a deadly Taliban attack and the scuttling of a summit Trump hoped to host at Camp David.
  • Despite U.S. demands for a ceasefire, the Taliban only grew more aggressive in recent months, possibly to strengthen its leverage in negotiations. American airstrikes also increased to the highest levels in years.

The state of play: Recent negotiations in Qatar seem to have proved fruitful. One senior diplomat told the NY Times that a deal is 95% complete, at least in principle.

  • The complete outline of the deal isn't known, but it includes assurances from the Taliban that Afghanistan will not be used in the future as a base for terror groups like al-Qaeda.
  • The U.S. is also demanding a reduction in violence before and after the deal is complete and negotiations on power-sharing between the Taliban and the Afghan government.
  • Afghan President Ashraf Ghani tweeted yesterday that Pompeo had notified him of "notable progress."
  • Esper said he'd be comfortable with a troop reduction in the shorter-term to about 8,600, from 12,000.

Between the lines: Former CIA deputy director Michael Morell told Axios last year that the negotiations are a “charade” designed to provide the U.S. a “face-saving way out of Afghanistan."

The bottom line: But leaders from both parties, including the Democratic presidential candidates, are weary of the war and looking for a way out. Polls suggest Americans tend to consider the war a failure.

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#50 [Permalink] Posted on 15th February 2020 13:41

14FEB2020: U.S. reportedly reaches Afghanistan truce with Taliban

www.axios.com/afghanistan-us-taliban-truce-deal-822fe7ef-...


The U.S. reached an initial deal with the Taliban on Friday that could begin a drawdown of American troops from Afghanistan, AP reports, citing a senior U.S. official.

The big picture: Top administration officials, including President Trump, had signaled that an agreement could be reached soon, allowing America's 18-year war in Afghanistan to end after thousands of lives lost and billions of dollars spent. But previous attempts to leave Afghanistan have not panned out.

What we know: The "very specific" deal calls for a seven-day "reduction of violence" covering the entire country, to act as the precursor to all-Afghan peace talks within 10 days, a U.S. official said on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference.

  • Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Thursday that the U.S. and Taliban had "negotiated a proposal for a seven-day reduction in violence."
  • The full conditions remain unclear. If the administration deems they’ve been met, it would then withdraw some troops and the Taliban would enter negotiations with the Afghan government about the country's political future.
  • A U.S. exit likely wouldn't mean an end to the fighting. The Taliban have been unwilling to lay down their arms, rebuffing calls for a ceasefire during negotiations.

Between the lines: Trump is not the first American president to want to end the conflict.

  • "President Bush wanted out, President Obama wanted out, President Trump wants out," says Michael Morell, who held top roles at the CIA under both Bush and Obama. "Nobody can see a path to this ending, and the American people are getting tired of it."
  • "What's held them back is a belief that once we leave, the Taliban's going to take over ... and offer al-Qaeda safe haven again."
  • "That is a risk that President Bush wasn't willing to take, President Obama wasn't willing to take, and President Trump earlier in his term wasn't willing to take," says Morell, who hosts the "Intelligence Matters" podcast.

What to watch: For now, Trump may be satisfied with a partial deal and a partial troop reduction. Ultimately, he clearly wants out. So do all of the leading 2020 Democrats, and many Americans.

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#51 [Permalink] Posted on 15th February 2020 22:21
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Why has your Twitter account been suspended.
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#52 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2020 00:59

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Reported by someone in India to Twitter. Email doesn't respond, phone number and fax is FAKE.

Twitter won't take action until the one complaining retracts their complaint and there is nobody for me to communicate with.


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#53 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2020 04:18
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Welcome to being trolled by the BJP IT cell.
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#54 [Permalink] Posted on 18th February 2020 12:53
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#55 [Permalink] Posted on 18th February 2020 16:18
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May Allah SWT make it a new beginning for the Ummah.
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#56 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2020 14:02
What is the latest Suhail Shaheen tweet? I am not on the tweeter.
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#57 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2020 03:38
I am expecting something realted to t@liban in upcoming Trumps tour of India 
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#58 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2020 07:11
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I doubt.

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#59 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2020 08:24
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#60 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd February 2020 11:43

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twitter.com/suhailshaheen1?lang=en

The agreement between Islamic Emirates and America will be signed on the 29th of February 2020 in the presence of representatives from many countries and International representatives. According to this agreement, American and all foreign forces will leave Afghanistan and occupation will end. No one will will be allowed to use the soil of Afghanistan against others.

We Thank Qatar and other countries which have contributed to this process.



 
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