Saturday, April 20, 2024

Taliban not an ally of Qaida: New York University

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Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmadshah Ghanizada is the deputy editor in chief for The Khaama Press Agency who manages and overlooks the English edition.
Afghanistan’s Taliban have been wrongly perceived as close ideological allies of al-Qaida and they could be persuaded to renounce the deadly global terrorist group, US scholars say. According to a report by New York University, there was substantial friction between the groups’ leaders before the 9/11 attacks and hostility has only intensified.

The report argues that Taliban leaders did not know of the September 11 attacks in advance and that they appeared to have been manipulated by Osama bin Laden, who then lived in Afghanistan.

It says attacks on Taliban commanders and provincial leaders will leave the movement open to younger, more radical fighters and will give al-Qaida greater influence. Khaama Press (KP).

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  1. Stop playing dirty with people’s mind.
    Every one knows, that Taliban and Al Qaida are two faces of the same coin.
    Both are players of the same political aggression, planed and executed by the one and only ideology of controlling the region by one or the other so called super powers.
    Disgusting really is that this game is being played very dirty in the name of Islam, which absolutely has nothing with this peace loving religion in common.


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