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septiembre 30, 2007

Taliban rebuffs Karzai’s offer

Filed under: Afghanistan,Islamism,Taliban — Nora @ 9:38 pm

Another proof negotiation is not very productive with terrorist regimes, whatever some idiots say:
Taliban rebuffs Karzai’s offer – Yahoo! News

President Hamid Karzai offered to meet with the Taliban leader and give militants a government position, but a spokesman for the militant group on Sunday said it will “never” negotiate with Afghan authorities until U.S. and NATO forces leave the country.Karzai made the offer only hours after a suicide bomber in army disguise attacked a military bus Saturday, killing 30 people — nearly all of them Afghan soldiers.

Strengthening a call for negotiations he has made with increasing frequency in recent weeks, Karzai said he was willing to meet with the reclusive leader Mullah Omar and Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, a former prime minister and factional warlord leader.

If I find their address, there is no need for them to come to me, I’ll personally go there and get in touch with them,” Karzai said. “Esteemed Mullah, sir, and esteemed Hekmatyar, sir, why are you destroying the country?” [Esteemed??? Are we out of our senses?? In case it’s irony, I don’t know if that’s a good thing to employ irony with such people if you’re the one who is going to negotiate with them, they can consider you as an idiot… and that’s not good, is it? ].

But the Taliban spokesman, Qari Yousef Ahmadi, repeated an earlier position by saying that it would never negotiate with the Afghan government in the “presence of foreign forces.”

Even if Karzai gives up his presidency, it’s not possible that Mullah Omar would agree to negotiations,” Ahmadi told The Associated Press. “The foreign forces don’t have the authority to talk about Afghanistan.”

Related news from Afghanistan:

  1. A suicide bomber killed 28 Afghan troops and two civilians on Saturday in an attack on an army bus in Kabul, the Afghan president said. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, the deadliest in the Afghan capital since the hard-line Islamist movement was ousted from power for harboring al Qaeda leaders following the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. [And yet, Karzai wants to negotiate with them…].
  2. ‘Der Spiegel’ news magazine reports that German special forces serving in Afghanistan were commanded by senior officers who were often drunk. The report spoke of “serious cases of alcohol abuse by those in charge” of an elite KSK commando based in the southern town of Kandahar since December 2001. The news magazine said it based its report on eyewitness accounts as well as “internal documents” of the German armed forces. A defence ministry spokesman declined to comment on the allegations, saying they were part of a complex of issues currently under investigation by a parliamentary committee. [Hein??? Take care, boys, you are going to be given a new medicine: 80 lashes…].
  3. Taliban constitution published h/t CB: .The 23-page shadow constitution, which would allow education for women only within the limits of Sharia — Islamic religious law, has been offered as an alternative to the government of President Hamid Karzai, Britain’s Telegraph reported Saturday. The report said the document had been approved by the Taliban’s central Shura religious council in 2005, but became known only now. [two years later??? Why waiting for so long??]. The newspaper said the Constitution of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, written in Pashto and Dari languages, says, “Every Afghan has the right to express his feelings through his views, writings or through other means in accordance with the law,” but also warns violators of Islamic thought “will be punished according to Sharia.” (so if you write something against Sharia law, you will be punished: 104.000 lashes… Devil). “The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan wishes good working relations with all the neighboring countries and specially those who have supported the Afghan nation during jihad,” the document says.
  4. Aussies against Talibans: In their heaviest fighting to date, Australian soldiers with the Reconstruction Task Force (RTF) in Afghanistan have successfully repelled a prolonged attack by approximately 50 Taliban extremists.


Otra vez se prueba que las negociaciones con terroristas no tienen mucho sentido: Karzai ha ofrecido hablar con los Taliban y le han mandado a paseo. Pero es que, además, aquí tenemos otro ejemplo de palabrería cursi:

Si encuentro la dirección, no hay necesidad de que ellos vengan a donde yo esté, personalmente iré y me pondré en contacto con ellos,” dijo Karzai. “Estimado Mulá -el Mulá Omar-, señor (hein???), y estimadoHekmatyar, señor, ¿por que están destruyendo el país?

Y ¿la sumisión que esta declaración destila? Parece que se está quejando como un niño frente al matón de la clase. Hombre, por favor, Mulá, no seas tan bruto, que me estás haciendo pupitaaaaa…

Así que la contestación de los Talibán ha sido la esperada:

“Incluso si Karzai deja la presidencia, no es posible que el Mulá esté de acuerdo en negociar con él,” dijo Ahmadi (representante Talibán) a The Associated Press. “Las fuerzas extrajeras no tienen autoridad para hablar sobre Afganistán.”

Pues nada, oye, si queremos seguir lloriqueando frente a los terroristas más variopintos, ahí tenemos la respuesta.

Aunque no es la única: se ha publicado la Constitución Talibán de Afganistán -dicen que la hicieron en 2005 y ¡¡¡qué casualidad que se publique ahora!!! cuando Karzai ha “repetido” con mucha frecuencia lo de la negociación. Si hay algo para desternillarse (si no es para llorar) es esto:

Todo afgano tiene el derecho de expresar sus sentimientos Batting EyelashesBlushing (ojo, NO IDEAS, sólo sentimientos) a través de sus puntos de vista, sus escritos o cualquier otro medio de acuerdo con la ley,” pero advierte a los violadores del pensamiento islámico que serán “castigados de acuerdo con la Sharia.”Devil

La letra pequeña, que siempre hay que leerla. De modo que el “derecho a expresar sus sentimientos” no existe si va a en contra de la Sharia. Las ideas, esas mejor las dejamos para otro día….

Mientras los Talibanes siguen poniendo bombas (28 militares y 2 civiles asesinados en Kabul, ayer 29 de septiembre, más importante ataque desde que echaron a los talibán), siguen atacando a militares de la coalición (esta vez fueron australianos, que los repelieron … ) y los periódicos occidentales siguen sin cubrir el conflicto informando sobre cómo va pero sí criticando a los militares aliados (ahora les toca a los mandos militares alemanes de las Fuerzas Especiales que “conducían borrachos a sus hombres“, lo que con el panorama que hay no es raro).

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