Taliban list of demands for negotiations to Puppet President Hamid Karzai.
Posted by QB on October 15, 2007
Taliban send following three demands to puppet Afghan President Hamid Karzai for negotiations.
- Control of 10 Southern Provinces
- Timetable for withdrawal of all foreign troops
- Release of all their prisoners in six months
These demands are approved by Mullah Omer. This is the chance for Bush regime and puppet Afghan President to start talking to Taliban because there demands are reasonable. Hamid Karzai only had the control of Kabul and all the Southern Afghanistan provinces are very much controlled by Taliban without any deal.The foreign troops and their governments know that they can’t stay in Afghanistan for ever so the demand for timetable is not so unreasonable. The prisoners release is that what all the political and organizations wants.
Pervez Musharraf who was talking on TV boasting to bring tanks and guns in North West Frontier Province very well know that guns and tanks will make the situation worst. The only way end this conflict is with negotiations. He should tell Bush that they really don’t have any chances of winning this “war on terror” with dropping bombs on civilians killing children and women. The “war on terror” could be won with taking positive steps, first by establishing the peace with negotiations. The second most important step should be by providing the financial help in NWFP and Afghanistan for building schools, hospitals, creating new job opportunities. Ronald Reagan, the most popular President till today, did the stupid blunder of abandoning Afghanistan after USSR withdrawal and this lead the countries into Talibisation as they come into power ending the corruption of the Northern Alliance government.
The change in NWFP and Afghanistan will come gradually with eduction, by constantly keeping in touch with Taliban by slowly changing their view of Islam which is based on traditions than Qur’an. Al Qaida and Osama Bin Laden will lost its popularity and support with US change its unconditional support of Israel and seriously put its efforts to solve this conflict.