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#121 [Permalink] Posted on 16th August 2021 13:01
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I would like nothing better than for Taliban to put them in their place.
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#122 [Permalink] Posted on 16th August 2021 13:07
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#123 [Permalink] Posted on 16th August 2021 13:21
Just saw this when checking out the wudhu socks. I don't know what MARM is referring to, but this place is fitting ;)

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#124 [Permalink] Posted on 16th August 2021 13:40
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#125 [Permalink] Posted on 16th August 2021 16:31
Just assumption ,
10th of Muharram ( Ashoora) Thursday oath taking ceremony, and Friday the first speech as an Ameer.
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#126 [Permalink] Posted on 16th August 2021 19:08
Bismillah.

The Propoganda of the Zionist controlled media of the west is already in full swing.

Having been defeated themselves I presume they will fund an insurgency on the ground against the rule of Taliban. From the neighbouring central asian countries like Tajikistan. Whilst giving aerial support with fighter jets and drones from bases in those countries.


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#127 [Permalink] Posted on 16th August 2021 20:32
Salaam.

Afghanistan, the day after Taliban take over

youtu.be/6Z3dOhNvy1Y

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#128 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 19:48
Ashraf Ghani has landed in UAE.

I expect UAE to support him set up government in exile from UAE.
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#129 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2021 21:03
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news.sky.com/story/amp/afghanistan-ousted-president-ashra...

Afghanistan: Ousted president Ashraf Ghani says claims he took £123m in cash with him as he fled country are 'lies'

Ousted Afghan president Ashraf Ghani, who is now in exile in the United Arab Emirates, says claims he took a large amount of money with him when he fled Kabul are "completely baseless" and "lies".

It had been reported he left the Afghan capital on Sunday with four cars and a helicopter full of cash and had to leave some of it behind as it would not all fit in.

On Wednesday, the Afghan ambassador in Tajikistan claimed the 72-year-old escaped with $169m (£123m) from state funds and called on international police to arrest him.

Mohammad Zahir Aghbar alleged the former president "stole $169m from the state coffers" and described his flight as "a betrayal of the state and the nation".

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#130 [Permalink] Posted on 21st August 2021 14:48
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#131 [Permalink] Posted on 21st August 2021 15:08
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Came across this.

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Ahmad Masood is negotiating with the #Taliban over an inclusive government but no agreement has been reached so far. Taliban earlier said that Massoud had pledged allegiance to them that is not true.

mobile.twitter.com/PanjshirProvin1/status/142907806699581...
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#132 [Permalink] Posted on 21st August 2021 17:21
Bismillah
I am only wishing that there is no civil war and they faced enough. Ya Rahman! You are the controller of affairs and most merciful. Don't test them more with civil war. Unite this ummah and grant them strength. Crush the plans of the enemies. Open the treasure for them and make them independent. You are the Lord of heavens and earth. All treasure is in Your hands. Please them and be pleased with them. Aameen
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#133 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd August 2021 02:33
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Only reason they seem to be negotiating is that the Afghan collapsed very quickly and they were not able to form an insurgency at such short notice at the moment they do not have enough weapons, supplies and fighters.

I suspect even if they are part of an inclusive government they will, turn on the the Taliban. Once it is logistically feasible for them to do so. And securing enough support from the west.

That goes for all the others who were part of the original Northern Alliance back in the 1990's. Who claim to be in negotiations for an inclusive government. Seems like a tactical move.

The biggest disappoints in the 1990's Abdul Rab Rasool Sayyaf. And Gulbuddin Hikmatyar. Both with strong religious credentials. Who fought with Soviets in the name Of Islam both were lionised Sayyaf was very close to Shaykh Abdullah Azam and the Arab and foreign Mujahadeen. These guys then became Warlords vying for power once the conflict ended. They are both still alive and still have a following.

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#134 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd August 2021 07:08
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I suspect even if they are part of an inclusive government they will, turn on the the Taliban. Once it is logistically feasible for them to do so. And securing enough support from the west.


This more or less happened the last time around. Even when Mullah Umar was alive and before the US invasion, some elements who were part of the Taliban government (especially in Kabul) were already making moves against the Taliban.
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#135 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd August 2021 07:52
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Only reason they seem to be negotiating is that the Afghan collapsed very quickly and they were not able to form an insurgency at such short notice at the moment they do not have enough weapons, supplies and fighters.

Exactly.
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