Taliban and Al-Qaida: Future Relations and Political Activities
By Abd-ur-Rahim Saqib
The existence of both Al-Qaida and Taliban trace their origins to
Afghanistan’s two different sensitive stages. Al-Qaida was founded in the
wake of the invasion of the Red Army, trained, shaped and developed into a
major organization under several different names.
Taliban movement, on the other hand, emerged as political and military
front, following the Soviet withdrawal when Afghanistan was plagued by
continued civil war and infighting among former Mujahideen groups.
The founder and other key members of the Islamic movement of the Taliban
during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan were discretely engaged in Jihad
against Red Army within the ranks other Jihadi parties, whereas the
formerly known as
Ma’sida was established as an independent military organization or command
in 1984 in the Jihadi camp in the
Zazi Maidan district of southeastern Afghanistan’s Paktia province. Later
in 1989 during Nangarhar battle its military functions expanded into the
country’s eastern provinces.
Politically and ideologically, the Taliban and Al-Qaida have been distinct
since the very beginning with separate policy and methodology. The recent
changes in Afghanistan caused them to team up with each other in some ways
as part of marginal interaction.
Taliban in the terms of ideological affiliation, follow Deobandi School of
Thought and an absolute majority of the followers are inspired by Indian
religious clerics like Sheikh-ul-Hind Maulana Mahmood-ul-Hasan
(1851 – 1920), Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi ((1863 – 1943) and Shaikh Anwar
Shah Kashmiri (1875 –1933), While Al-Qaidais distinguished for its
adherence to the Salafi methodology, Sheiks and Scholars of the said
school follows the ideology and views of SayyidQutb, a prominent thinker
of the 20th century and Al-Qaida’s course of actions and struggles can be
traced to him.
The start of Taliban and Al-Qaida relations
Yet another major distinction between Taliban and Al-Qaida is the
particular nature of their activities. The Taliban have a local
perspective, limited horizons, that is, Taliban believe in restriction of
Contrasted to the Taliban, Al-Qaida Network has a global perspective,
expanded horizons and tends towards infinity and internationalism.
In 1996, just prior to the Taliban conquest of Kabul, Osama bin Ladin was
extradited from Sudan under the pressure from the U.S. He, then, chose to
leave Sudan for Afghanistan and declared his decision to Sudanese
authorities which was approved by them and considered in the greater
interest of every side.
The commanders contacted by him included SazNur of the Ittihad‐e
Islami party, Dr. Ameen and Engineer Mahmud of Hizb‐e
Islami (Khalis group), and Fazl al‐Haq
Mujahid of Hizb‐e
The three above-mentioned commanders had later been mysteriously martyred
after the fall of the Taliban rule with exception of Dr. Ameen, who had
remained in custody of Pakistani security forces for long.
The Kabul administration headed by UstatRabani was in agreement with Osama
bin Ladin’s return and was brought into contact with the entire process of
his arrival to Afghanistan.
In 1996, Osama bin Laden along with15 key members of Al-Qaida accompanied
by the delegates of Sudanese foreign affairs flew from Khartoum through
the General Omar Hassan al-Bashir’s private jet and landed in Jalalabad,
A former advisor of Al Qaeda's council as well as a famous Egyptian
writer, Abu al-Walid al-Masri, who also flew along with Osam bin Laden on
the same plane, writes about his trip from Sudan to Afghanistan as
“Osama bin Laden’s moving to Afghanistan was part of a prior deal and
agreement between the United States of America and Sudanese government and
we were told by the former head of Sudanese intelligence Qutbi al-Mahdi
explicitly that transfer of Osama bin Ladin to Afghanistan is in the
common interests of America, the Sudanese government and Osama bin Laden
Afterwards, the rest of the remembers of Al-Qaeda along with their
families, including women and children numbered up to 100 were transferred
through Sudanese aircrafts to Nangarhar, Afghanistan and were all housed
in the particular residence of Osama bin Laden in the neighborhood of Najm
al-Jihad, a housing scheme made by former Jihadi leader late Maulawi Yonus
Khalis.Osama bin Ladin’s return to Afghanistan came when Taliban neared
this province and seized control of Nangarhar few days after he had
It was a strange coincidence that no sooner had Osama bin Ladin arrived to
Nangarhar from Sudan under the pressure from the America than his
residence came under control of the Taliban.
Osama had not been previously knowledgeable about the Taliban movement,
only heard what had been propagandized by the anti-Taliban elements.
Osama bin Ladin was, therefore, initially unsure whether the Taliban were
friends or foes, it was a matter of concern for him that the Taliban might
assist American with his capture.
To put his mind at rest, following the capture of Jalalabad city by the
Taliban, Khalis Baba reassured Osama bin Ladin that the Taliban would pose
no threat to him.
Later, the anti-Taliban, the armed forces of Shura-e-Mashriqi (Eastern
Shura) in Nangarhar province assaulted Osama bin Ladin residence in
“Khalis Families” which was foiled by the Taliban.
first formal meeting with Al-Qaida’s leader
In addition to Al-Qaida operatives, a large number of Arabs and other
nationals were settled in the southern, especially in eastern provinces of
Afghanistan following the Taliban conquest of Kabul.
To inquire about the number, residence and activities of the foreign
nationals, Taliban appointed a three-man delegation led by Mullaا
Abdus-Samad and sent it to Nangarhar province.
The delegation held its first meeting with Osama bin Ladin, discussing
the details of his stay in Afghanistan as well as assuring him of his
In In February 1997, Osama bin Ladin went to Kandahar at the request of
the leadership of the Taliban and he was provided with a house to live
near Kandahar airfield.
bin Laden’s allegiance to Taliban
Osama was suggested by some of his advisers to pledge his allegiance to
Mullah Muhammad Omar, the leader of the Taliban after his stay in Kandahar.
He nevertheless, delayed giving his personal allegiance, pretending that
he would discuss it with the friends and scholars.
The reason behind the delay by Osama bin Ladin in the oath of allegiance
to the head of the Taliban was that he wanted an unrestricted freedom to
continue to independently operate overseas outside Afghanistan, targeting
the interests of the west while on Afghan soil and it was what the Taliban
never wanted to happen.
The Taliban were unwilling to become entangled in a series of conflicts
with the world.
Similarly, the Taliban imposed prohibitions on Osman Bin Ladin’s external
operations outside Afghanistan, insisting that he would indulge in neither
political nor military activities while on Afghan soil.
Apart from the Taliban, Al-Qaida’s senior members Sheikh Saeed al-Masri
(Mustafa Abu al-Yazid), Al-Qaida's finance chief, Sayf al-‘Adl al-Masri,
the operational leader of al-Qa’ida, Abu Hafs al-Muritani, head of
religious committee, Abu al-Khayr, head of foreign relations, Abu al-Walid
al-Masri, Osama bin Ladin’s council explicitly defied Osama bin Ladin’s
external operations which led to the resignations of the abovementioned
members from Al-Qaida organization.
Abu al-Walid al-Masri,
who was a political advisor to the leadership of Al-Qaida, insisted on
Osama’s making his allegiance which was finally accepted by him.
by his council, Osama bin Ladin was finally ready to give his oath of
allegiance to the leadership of the Taliban, however, it was an “acting
allegiance”, that is, Osama bin Ladin refused to personally swear such
an oath of allegiance to the Taliban’s leadership. He appointed his
advisor, Abu al-Walid
al-Masri to give the oath to Mullah Muhammad Omar Mujahid in his stead.
Accordingly, Abu al-Walid al-Masri pledged allegiance to the Taliban’s
leadership on behalf of Osama bin Ladin.
The requirements and meaning of Bay’at (allegiance) in the light of
Sharia (Islamic law) is the allegiance-pledger, the person pledging
allegiance to Sharia Amir is to personally promise and declare his
commitment of remaining obedient to his sharia orders and it would be
binding on him to honor this pledge in compliance with sharia.
The allegiance was carried out on November 2, 1998, while prior to which
Al-Qaida had allegedly planned the attacks on U.S. embassies in Tanzania
Likewise, in October, 2000 Al-Qaida organization was involved in attack
on a U.S ship, USS Cole in Yemen in which 17 American sailors were killed,
and 39 were injured.
Moreover, Al-Qaida continued its propagation efforts besides military
operations and talked to MBC, Al Jazeera satellite TV channel without the
consent of the Taliban, overtly threatening US interests.
and Al-Qaida ties in aftermath of the September 11 attacks
the September 11, 2001 deadly attacks for which the U.S. held Osama bin
Ladin responsible, it offered Taliban government to surrender bin Laden,
but Taliban asked the U.S to provide evidence of bin Laden's complicity in
the attacks. At the same time, Taliban called for a comprehensive Shura
(council) of all the prominent Ulama (scholars) across the country to
reply to the issue and shed light on it from Sharia aspect.
As a result, in the light of Sharia reasons and evidence, the mentioned
Shura (council) issued a fatwa (verdict) against handover of Osama bin
Ladin to U.S., suggesting that
Osama bin Ladin could leave Afghanistan of his own volition.
aftermath of the September attack led to the
of Taliban government and the deteriorating security conditions caused the
relations between the Taliban and Al-Qaida to completely break off.
Mullah Muhammad Omar Mujahid, following the fall Kandahar shifted to an
undisclosed location, while Osama had already left his whereabouts prior
to this and kept changing it in several different parts of Afghanistan so
as to protect himself against the bombardments of the U.S. B-52 aircrafts.
He chose his final position in the mountains of Tora Bora where he had
built well-fortified bunker and
strongly built shelters
In September 2001, the US forces led by General Tommy Franks launched
operations on the hideouts of Osama bin Ladin in Tora Bora amid which
Osama bin Ladin made it to the tribal areas in Pakistan via Para Chinar
through the help Jihadi commander Zazi, and regrouped with senior members,
Ayman al-Zawahiri, al-Qaeda's chief commander, American Adam YahiyeGadahn,
the spokesman for the al-Qaeda and other senior members to coordinate
operations against US.
In 2003, with the resurgence of the Taliban movement, they formally
launched gradual military recruitment drive to combat US and allied
Al-Qaida, then again, had a separate independent recruitment system, for
example they declared Mustafa Abu al-Yazid, the chief operational
commander of Al-Qaida, while there were Taliban-appointed governors in
every province and operation activities against foreign forces would have
to be conducted under the command and supervision of provincial governors.
Although the leader of Al-Qaida organization was well aware of the nature
of the Taliban that they, in order to safeguard Jihadi unification, would
disapprove of the existence of any external or factional recruitment
activities or a separate group or faction apart from the Islamic Emirate’s
own military recruitment policy, yet Al-Qaeda’s leader used to organize
his recruitment activities independent of Taliban.
The Taliban’s relations with the Al-Qaeda organization while in combat
with Americans and its allies under a united leadership in Afghanistan
were limited to mere correspondence.
The activities of the members of Al-Qaeda fighting alongside the Taliban
against US-Nato and their coalitions would be organized under provincial
officials in harmony with the local Taliban.
Even though the Al-Qaida’s members acknowledged the leader of the Taliban
to be Amir (the head of the state) yet they would view Al-Qaida as an
autonomous organization and would keep operating under its command in the
The Al-Qaida’s autonomy was not only confined to Afghanistan, but also
outside Afghanistan. They continued to operate autonomously wherever they
had operatives across the world.
As an example, in 2006, the head of Al-Qaida, Osama bin Ladin appointed
Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, Al-Qaida’s chief
of al-Dawala al-Islamiya (The Islamic State)
in Iraq andhe was declared the organization’s Amir-ul-Momineen (Leader of
the Faithful/ leader of the Muslims) in Al-Qaida released videotape for
whom allegiance was demanded.
From Sharia perspective when a Jundi (soldier) has already sworn bayat
(allegiance) to one Amir (sharia leader), has no rights or ability to
establish another Amir and demand bayat (allegiance) for him.
It impermissible to establish two Khalifas(caliphs) that is, two
Amir-ul-Momineen, at the same time, which means, when one person has
already been entrusted with the responsibility of leadership and while he
is still in charge, another person starts calling people to accept his
rule and making his own group of followers. As a consequence, the Muslim
cannot establish two leaders simultaneously.
It is clearly explained in the most credible Hadith, Sahih (authinic)
Muslim as follows:
أبي سعيد ، قال : قال رسول الله (صلى الله عليه وسلم) : إذا بويع لخليفتين
فاقتلوا الآخر منهما ، رواه مسلم في الصحيح ،
the Prophet (sallallahualayhiwasallam) said: When allegiance is pledged to
two Khalifas (rulers), then kill the latter of them.”
Apart from, Sahih Muslim The above-mentioned Hadith has also been narrated
in SihahSitta (The Six Authentic Books of Hadith)
The aforementioned Hadith lays
great stress on unity and solidarity of the Muslims, implying that
whoever tries to establish himself Amir
aside from a Sharia Amir who is already in charge and demand Bayat
(allegiance) from the people so as to intend to implant disintegration
can only be subjected to the death penalty.
The very sharia principle was ignored in Al-Qaida’s establishing another
Amir. As a result, the newly-appointed Amir neither in the unification of
Iraqi Mujahideen, nor in the progress of Jihadi activities did play a
major role. Instead, his appointment as an Amir led to differences and
opposition in Iraqi territory.
Later, the said Amir, Abu Omar
al-Baghdadi, was martyred in a U.S. air strike in 2010 and the leadership
of DaulatulIslamia left to his successor, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the present
Kahliphah succeeded as Amir of
al-Dawala al-Islamiya (The Islamic State) in Iraq.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of al-Dawala al-Islamia (The Islamic State)
before anyone else rebelled against the Al-Qaida and accused Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri,
the current leader of Al-Qaida of incompetence which was seen as first
bifurcation of Al-Qaida organization.
The Taliban, due to the hospitality ethics and taking in consideration the
Al-Qaida’s members’ being guests and emigrants, have always put up with
some of the defiance and noncompliance by Al-Qaida organization
(operatives) during the Taliban rule as well as in the ongoing Jihad and
have advised them to comply with the Islamic Emirate’s codes of conduct
which have been mutually beneficial for the Al-Qaida and Afghan nation.
Osama bin Ladin martyrdom
There have not been any formal ties between Talban and Al-Qaida
organization since martyrdom of Osama bin Ladin in Pakistan. During the
night of May 1, 2011 the US commandoes launched a coordinated
raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan and American
officials then announced his martyrdom shortly afterwards, whereas Al-Qaida
organization delayed the announcement for a couple days.
Since Osama bin Ladin’s martyrdom was the most grievous tragedy and
greatest loss to Al-Qaida, the organization’s spokesman and other media
operatives could definitely not approach mainstream media due to security
problems, and the media and news agency could not either.
Similarly, the Taliban media was repeatedly approached by almost all the
international and local media, either for veracity or denial of the Osama
bin Ladin martyrdom.
With a view to observe media code of ethics, making an allowance for Al-Qaida
media, the Taliban media remained silent on the issue as long as the Al-Qaida
organization formally announced his martyrdom.
The Taliban after the announcement by Al-Qaida issued their message of
Following the martyrdom of Osama bin Ladin, Al-Qaida’s operatives
appointed Ayman al-Zawahiri as a new leader of the organization without
consulting with or asking the Taliban’s opinion.
future of Taliban and Al-Qaida
As stated earlier the Taliban and al-Qaeda remain distinct groups with
different policies goals, ideologies, and course of actions. Initially,
the Afghan Taliban and Al-Qaida were separate, later they were simply
thrown together by unusual and compelling circumstances, causing them to
interact and cooperate in some cases.
With the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan and the ensuing fall of the Taliban
rule that left no justifications for which the Al-Qaida Network would be
compelled to deal with the Taliban to meet its own requirements, no
further causes and factors are seen in the time to come that may lead to a
mutual Interaction between Taliban and Al-Qaida.
Furthermore, considering the Taliban’s organizational and practical
characteristics, there are certain reasons why Al-Qaida would not intend
to operate and exist in Afghanistan.
For instance, the Taliban have no intention to leave the door open for
self-proclaimed factions and their growth.
In fact, they are neither in favor of the multiplicity of the Afghan
factions, nor do they allow them in Afghanistan not to mention the
In the same way, From the Taliban perspective and their political stagey,
they limit and confine their activities and aspirations to Afghanistan.
On the contrary, Al-Qaida’s ideology is that of globalism and
universalisms, in the same way, Al-Qaida Network heeds or observes no one
else’s restrictions to its activities.
The Taliban, during their five-year rule and current resistance and in the
upcoming time wanted and want to improve their relationships with their
neighbors, the world and the world community and organizations in such a
way as not be in conflict with their Sharia and national interests.
In contrast, Al-Qaida, by no means, has any relations with the western
countries and the countries with any ties with the western countries.
It is because of the stance Al-Qaida, as a military organization, has had
in its 30-years long history, spending all its time in operational
activities, combating its opponents, with no responsibility for an
autonomous state, unlike Taliban who need the outside world for the
political interactions in Afghanistan.
The Al-Qaida’s members, however, appear as limited military operatives in
the regions they exist and they assume no responsibility for running the
political system of the certain country at all. The central administration
of the certain country runs it.
Secondly, when the Al-Qaida gains military influence in a particular
country or take control of a particular area, the real power and authority
to control the region are enjoyed by non-local operatives of the
organization rather than the organization’s regional and local members,
like Abu Musab al – Zarqawi, national of Jordon, who was the leader of Al
Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Mansoor Al-Amriki, an American citizen who was a member
and leader of the organization in the Somalia and the like.
Likewise, in the other parts of the world where the Al-Qaida has influence
such as Maghreb (Morocco) or Africa and so on, thepower in the region
vests in the leaders of Al-Qaida, the citizen of the other countries.
Nevertheless, it does not mean that they enjoy such power and authority
over the certain areas and territories as to control it, like the Taliban
Accordingly, the Al-Qaida has no need to have relations with neighbors and
other countries nor does it feel any need to improve ties with them.
The Taliban were practically a dominant reality in Afghanistan during
their rule, controlling approximately 95% of Afghanistan, including
central government, the capital, boundaries, airports, and overall, the
entire control of the system of the country.
In running the country, the Taliban needed to deal and interact with the
outside world to fulfill the needs of their nation which was equally in
accordance with the sharia and their national interests.
Among Jihadi factions, the Taliban were the first sole sovereign Jihadi
group for over five years and their political sovereignty was formally
recognized by some countries. The Taliban in some cases during their
five-year long rule had a good record such as for banning the cultivation
of opium poppy, putting a stop to chaos, unrest and lawlessness in the
country and so forth.
As opposed to this, Al-Qaida related groups active in the territories from
Africa to Middle East neither enjoyed prior political authority nor they
demand an authority based on political relationships. While, in some
instances, the Al-Qaida’s activities due to the interpersonal conflicts
end in clashes before building relations with other sides and the obvious
example of which can be seen in Iraq, Syria, Somalia and Libya.
Most importantly, the present Al-Qaida organization is not what it was in
1996; it has undergone a complete transformation in the past few years.
There have been several changes in the operational, political and
administrative structures and formations.
The Al-Qaida organization, rather than a single entity with one centrality
and leadership, has split into multiple sections. Each section has its new
leader and operatives, with no common trust and interaction among
themselves and no prior acquaintance and connection with the Taliban.
The main and significant reason that made Al-Qaida leadership and its
operatives feel compelled to join Taliban and stay in Afghanistan was that
they found it difficult to overtly operate and live in the Arab world.
The recent changes and development in the Arab word have made it possible
for them to carry out their military and political activities in Arabic
counties in a much better way than in Afghanistan, thus the Al-Qaida
related groups feel no need to live in Afghanistan any longer.
Aforementioned are the characteristics and factors that outline the
Taliban and Al-Qaida’s
combined activities and the nature of their relations in the future.
The U.S, with an eye to extend its military existence in Afghanistan,
however, goes on giving a false appearance of the Taliban’s joining force
with Al-Qaida in case of the full withdrawal of its troops from
Afghanistan which is no more than unfounded propaganda. If the U.S. truly
intends to pull its forces out of Afghanistan, then no possible
justification for the existence of Al-Qaida in Afghanistan may be left.
The Al-Qaida’s objective is to kill the Americans existing in the Muslim
countries who according to Al-Qaida are invaders and killing an invader is
a binding-duty. If U.S withdraws, the Al-Qaida, in order to achieve its
goal, will move wherever the US continues to invade.
The bottom-line is, as far as Taliban and Al-Qaida are concerned, their
relations and links are on the basis of religion and belief, whereas from
practical and political point of view, both Taliban and Al-Qaida remain
To sum it up, The Taliban and Al-Qaida are bound together by religion and
belief, namely, every ordinary Muslim in the world, like a Muslim in
America and in Afghanistan but with discrete political activities, policy,
ideology and methodology.
The forces of circumstances through which they were compelled to deal with
each other and had a common interaction are quite the opposite now.
It is not that the change is as a result of any external pressure, it is
just a phenomenon that has occurred naturally due to the spatial and
temporal causes which has provided both Taliban and Al-Qaida with the
opportunity to initiate fresh activities in the new areas.
The Reality about the Taliban Representatives in Kabul
By: Nazar Mohammad Mutmaeen
Writer & Analyst
Afghans out of touch with ground realities certainly believe that Afghan
Govt and HPC (High Peace Council) are in close contact with the Taliban
Representatives, as government officials claim.
Mr. Stanikzai, chief of secretariat of HPC, had recently meetings with a
number of embassies. He has told the ambassadors the peace process is
going well, and said we are very close to the result, and HPC has close
contact with leadership council and representative of Taliban in Qatar and
that we need much more fund for the peace process.
President Karzai is also giving messages to embassies by his supporters
that: Taliban fully trust Karzai, because he released many Taliban
Prisoners, they said, Karzai had and has positive talks with Taliban
leaders and Particularly with Taliban representatives in Qatar. Indeed
they are saying Taliban obey Karzai’s word and waiting if Karzai remain in
the power they will participate in Govt.
Dr. Ghani and his supporters are even saying: we have contact with Mullah
Umar and got trust of the Taliban leaders.
President Karzai and HPC Members efforts accelerate in a time while some
of the Taliban members’ families came under pressure in Pakistan, those
families were not involved in Politician and Military activities. They
rather preferred instead of being detained in Pakistani Prisons to come to
Afghanistan, and accept prison in Afghanis or will get chance to go
outside from the country, they vivid the history of
Saad Akbar Babrak Zadran,
Afghan Nation if have enemy to each other but during problematic time
ignoring every things and assisting each other.
Minister of Border and Tribal Affairs say in meetings that the Taliban
families are in Afghanistan, we have contact and confidence on each other,
but don’t know foreigners and Majority of Afghan politicians regarding the
actual issue. Actually due to pressure of Pakistan security, one of the
Taliban relative family left Pakistan at night, and coming to Afghanistan,
joined with their relatives, thought and were ready for prison and death
on their own soil, also they expected to be treated and received well by
Afghan Officials. Without any problem, Taliban relative family left
Afghanistan and flayed outside.
HPC is getting benefit from the Political obligation of the Taliban
Families, preparing proposal to get money and present it to the
ambassadors of the rich countries.
International Community has been several times cheated by Afghan Officials
regarding the untruthful peace process, HPC got too much money but no
progress, even some high level Afghan Officials have been killed/wounded
by counterfeit Taliban representatives.
Presently the situation is worse, Afghanistan is in very complexity
situation, there seems to exist everywhere fake representatives of
Taliban, Hezb e Islami Afghanistan (HIA). And the Afghan govt is saying
peace will get started soon, HIA is coming soon, Taliban also accepted, if
Ghani come as a president, peace will get place, according to them.
Those who are not thinking deeply, are quoting Ghani saying that: when I
go to the president office, I will declare a unilateral ceasefire, will
release the Taliban Political prisoners, and will involve Taliban in the
power, and finally will talk directly with the Taliban leaders, and will
bring peace within 6 months.
Dr.Ghani promised there would be no changes in the first 3 months in
Security ministries’ posts (MoD, MoI and NDS), it will remain unchanged.
It means he can’t guarantee one-sided ceasefire from the government side,
and seems difficult unilateral ceasefire in present situation of the
country, in fact impassable.
Release of the Taliban Political prisoners is also out of the power of
Ghani since Northern Alliance has power and would be in the power in
upcoming Govt, NA will prevent and looks USA will be not agreed with Ghani.
That Ghani will involve Taliban and HIA in the Govt and will have National
Unity Govt, many and Important HIA members (Qutbadin Helal, Wahidullah
Sabawoon, Juma Khan Hamdard, Qazi Amin and …) already joined with Ghani.
The Ghani and his supporters mean from Taliban would be
Agha Jan Motasim
Ex-Taliban Finance Minister, might be he participate in the upcoming Govt
as a representative of Taliban, but Taliban stated that Motasim is not any
more member of Taliban. It is also reported Motasim presently living in
It is reported
representative of HIA coming to Kabul, and since 2 weeks the next HIA
representative Jarir (son in Low of Hekmatyar) is in Kabul, when Baheer as
(HIA) and Motasim as a representative of Taliban participate in the
upcoming Ghain’s Govt, so Ghani saying he had right to say my Govt is
National Unity Govt. all parties are involved in Govt.
Still there is no real promise for the peace, the fake representatives of
peace anywhere going, they trying to get money or want to have wrong
propaganda that Taliban ready for peace with Karzai and Ghani.
Taliban said, Karzai was and is a puppet and don’t have peace talk
authorization, they said, the Ghani’s and Abdullah’s Govt will not be
independent either and that the upcoming Govt is also the America poppet
Govt, and don’t have the peace talk authorization. Taliban Said, our
priority is to finalize the US Occupation in Afghanistan, after the end of
occupation will have peace dialog with Afghan Political Parties.
Vital and important peace-related issue is BSA. Ghani and Abdullah and
their supports said, if they get president office, they immediately will
sign BSA, seems upcoming Govt is not vowed to genuine peace.
All peace related processes inside and outside the country that is being
reported is just a blatant fabrication. Taliban are human, they are part
of community, are humble. If any Afghan and Muslim request to meet them,
they will not reject it, but some people, when they meet with Taliban, are
making Drama out of it and when arrive to Kabul or other countries,
saying, I meet with Taliban and talked with Them regarding peace, they are
ready for peace and I can mediate it.
Meeting with each Talib is followed by a peace Drama, people misusing the
meeting of Taliban, we will trust on those who have contact with the
Taliban Representative in Qatar, only contact doesn’t mean peace, Taliban
has relatives inside the country, if they contact their relatives to ask
about their health, or some of Taliban participating and accepting
invitation of the people in remote area, might be sometime Taliban
participated as a guest but there would be other peoples also, it doesn’t
mean, they are ready to have peace talk with Karzai and Ghani, and those
People who participated and invited can to mediate the peace talk, such
kind peace process and mediator never can and not trustful people.
As I know, there is a political front, they can pass and exchange messages
between the Taliban, Govt and Political Parties to each other and can to
arrange face to face talk of the Taliban and Political Parties (Not Govt),
Karzai, NA, leaders of some political parties and both candidates knows
about mentioned front, that front working for the independent and secure
Afghanistan, and front is anti-foreign troops presence and BSA, so the
peace fake representatives trying to sabotage their real peace plan.
I hope Afghan Political parties and foreigners will no longer cheat
International Community by untruthful slogan of peace, to create obstacle
for peace. It is better to work for the genuine peace since peaceful and
secure Afghanistan is good for the region and world while insecure and
problematic Afghanistan is not in benefit of the region and world.
د سولې او امنيت ریفرنډم او د ډاکټر اشرف غني غوراوی
Peace and Security Referendum & Election, Choice for Dr. Ashraf Ghani
حمید گل، حكومت افغانستان، طالبان و امريکا
HPC trying to Defame Turkmenistan
لیکوال او ژورنالسټ باید چې حکومت او طالب پلوی نه يې
زنده باد حزب اسلامي، زنده باد عبدالله عبدالله
د هند په کونسلګري حمله پاکستان کړي، ولسمشرکرزي وايې
on Indian Consulate was planned in Pakistan- Per-Karzai
زندانيان گوانتنامو چرا در بي خبري پاكستان و افغانستان صورت گرفت؟
Abdullah's protests and Ghani's silence: What is next?
هلمند د پاکستان پر پوله بل هلمند وپنځاؤ
Latest Political situation and threatens
کابل بانک ته ورتګ، ډار او ویره
مطبوعاتی جبههء وحدت ملی و مخالفت با پایگاه های خارجی در افغانستان
د ټاکنو د دویم دور پایلو په تړاو د «ملي یووالي او بهرنیو اډو سره د مخالفت
Press release of NU&AABF in relation to the Zionists’ crimes in
Reality about the Taliban Representatives in Kabul
خدايه! کابل د نورستان مرکز کړي
دکابل ټکسي چلوونکي غله
مشرحاجي صاحب هوښيارسړی دی، خو والي صاحب!!!
او برتانوي پوځي اکاډمي
سيد حامد ګيلاني څه شي په غوسه کړی؟!!!
يوه شرموونکي مظاهره - کابل
حضرت صاحب دي خدای مړ کړي؟!!!
سوفا، امنيتې او دفاعي تړون او مشورتې لویه جرګه
غل امت او غل رهبر
مشورتي لويې جرګې ته د ولسمشر کرزي وروستۍ وينا
حضرت صاحب لبیک، له هیواده ستا د هجرت او وتلو په تمه
د افغانستان او امريکا اړيکې: غلط پېل او خطرناکې پايلې
دکرزي او امريکې تر خوابدون ها خوا کتنه
تنش اخیر افغانستان و امریکا؛ خواسته های عربستان سعودي و پاکستان چیست؟
د متفکرانو متفکر
اوباما څه شي اړ کړ چې کرزي ته ټليفون وکړي!؟؟؟
of Marshal Fahim in delicate and sensitive situation
دکابل پوهنتون نوم کرزي د ځان له پاره پټ کړی
د عامې روغتيا وزارت او معالج ډاکټر د پام وړ
د طالبانو د سولې استازې په کابل کې