Karzai negotiates the opening of a Taliban office in Qatar

Good thing we gave him all that money and weapons. Personally I am looking forward to seeing the Russians move back in there at some point soon.

Dw.De

Afghanistan

Karzai discusses Afghan peace process in Qatar

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has held talks with the Qatari government. Karzai was in the Gulf state reportedly to discuss the opening of a Taliban office there.

Karzai met on Sunday with ruling Qatari Emir Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, after Kabul had agreed in principle to support the opening of a Taliban office in the Gulf state, under the condition that the militant group severs ties with al Qaeda and ends its support for terrorism.

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7 Replies to “Karzai negotiates the opening of a Taliban office in Qatar”

  1. “Personally I am looking forward to seeing the Russians move back in there at some point soon.”

    Ditto.

    Unfortunately, some Russian boys will take some casualties, but it will tie Putin up some. I hate to talk or think that way. But it is about numbers & I do not want to see a complete wipe. If only more people would call a spade a spade, fewer innocents would die.

  2. @ Eeyore

    Links and news for March 30 2013 #6

    “Article ties Obama to Turkish regime, suggests strong connections between Obama and the MB, provides evidence.”

    I find this article very disturbing & refreshing. Refreshing that it is out in the open, maybe something will be done. Then when I say it, I recall the part where wikileaks has not done anything with the info. It does not advance their cause. Bunch of hypocrites sitting on it. In this day & age releasing information is not enough. You have to trumpet it due to information overload. Wikilieaks knows this. They can point to their data dump as proof of good intentions. but they selectively harp on leaked information.

    You would have though someone in government would have brought the Obama administration down for their crap using leaked information. Maybe I am not patient enough.

  3. Red:

    I don’t know if you are familiar with the Stephen Coughlin series on sharia and so on, but in one of his briefs there is a specific segment devoted to Hillary Clinton’s working with Turkey and the OIC to create a condition where criticism of Islam has palpable consequences world wide.

    Not just some airy faery anti-hate speech nonsense but something akin to blasphemy laws or more accurately, anti defamation of religion with Islam as the only religion it applies to.

    This bill has already been signed and its quite likely that Pastor Jones as well as that alleged film maker arrested by a dozen agents in the middle of the night for breach of a minor bail condition are its most public victims so far, as Hillary stated that due to the first amendment in the US, the government would have to use ridicule and public humiliation as a method of curtailing attacks on the faith.

    I don’t remember which exact brief it was, probably the one on the OIC but all are very worth seeing. I have nearly committed them to memory.

    http://vladtepesblog.com/?p=52217 is where they can all be found

  4. […] Six years later, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is due to host OIC Secretary General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu in Washington, DC in mid-December 2011 to discuss how the United States can implement the OIC agenda to criminalize criticism of Islam. Cloaked in the sanctimonious language of “Resolution 16/18,” that was adopted by the UN Human Rights Council in April 2011, the WDC three-day experts meeting is billed as a working session to discuss legal mechanisms to combat religious discrimination (but the only religion the Human Rights Council has ever mentioned in any previous resolution is Islam). The UN Human Rights Council, which includes such bastions of human rights as China, Cuba, Libya, Pakistan, and Saudi Arabia, introduced Resolution 16/18 to the UN General Assembly (UNGA), where it was passed in March 2011.

    Read more: Family Security Matters http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/id.10991/pub_detail.asp#ixzz2PAmOdKHP

    http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/id.10991/pub_detail.asp

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