Saturday, July 2, 2016

Taliban Leader: Foreigners Must Leave Afghanistan For There To Be Peace

Photo: Taliban new leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada is seen in an undated photograph, posted on a Taliban twitter feed on May 25, 2016, and identified separately by several Taliban officials, who declined be named. Social Media/File Photo

Al Jazeera: Taliban leader: No peace without foreigners leaving

In statement, Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada says ending 'occupation' is a prerequisite for peace in Afghanistan.

The new Taliban leader has called for an end to foreign "occupation" of Afghanistan as a first step to a settlement based on Islamic law that he said would bring unity to a country hit by decades of war.

In one of his first public statements, Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada said agreement was possible if the government in Kabul renounced its foreign allies.

"Your support and siding with invaders is like the work of those abhorrent faces who in our past history supported the Britons and the Soviets," he said in a message ahead of next week's celebration of Eid.

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WNU Editor:
So much for the speculation and talk of the past few months that (maybe) a peace deal could be arranged with the Taliban.

More News On The New Afghan Taliban Leader Dictating That Foreigners Must Leave Afghanistan For There To Be Peace

New Taliban chief Mawlawi Akhundzada tells US to end Afghan ‘occupation’ in his first message -- The National
Taliban leader says foreigners must quit Afghanistan for peace -- Reuters
Taliban chief: US forces must leave Afghanistan -- DW
Taliban Chief Warns Jihad Against US-led 'Occupation' to Continue -- VOA
New Afghan Taliban Leader Calls For End Of Foreign 'Occupation' -- RFE


Bob Huntley said...

Doesn't he mean relative peace?

RRH said...

No way,

that's "OUR" opium meathead.

Aizino Smith said...

So Al Qaeda attacking NYC and Washington D.C. is the definition of peace?

Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada should pay with his life for that insult alone.