Taliban

U.s. Envoy For Afghanistan To Step Down

The Biden administration’s top envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, will leave his post following the breakdown in peace negotiations and Taliban takeover this summer, the State Department confirmed Monday. Thomas West, who previously served...
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Isis-k Launches Kandahar Mosque Bombing, Escalating Conflict With Taliban

Trevor Filseth Afghanistan, The mosque bombing represents a setback to the Taliban’s government, which has assumed the responsibility of protecting Afghanistan’s forty million citizens. At least thirty Afghans were killed, and dozens more...
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Australian Federation Of Islamic Councils Invites Two Members Of Taliban To Online Forum, Cancels...

New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet says his government is “relieved for all members of our community that this event has been cancelled and look forward to a continued constructive relationship with AFIC.” The possibility that this might...

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Afghan Taliban's Victory Boosts Pakistan's Radicals

The Taliban win in Afghanistan is giving a boost to militants in neighboring Pakistan
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Humanitarian Aid For Barbarians

Since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan on August 15, there has been very little news about the hundreds of American civilians abandoned by President Joe Biden to the mercies of the Taliban and al-Qaeda. One report last week said that about...
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Can India And Pakistan Cooperate With The Taliban?

Zahid Shahab Ahmed, Dalbir Ahlawat India Pakistan, South Asia Instead of turning their neighbor into a liability, India and Pakistan can turn Afghanistan into an asset through constructive engagement aimed at stability in the region. The popular...
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Afghanistan: Taliban Won’t Commit To Allowing Girls To Return To High School

Any hope that the Taliban will honor the rights of women and girls, including their rights to any autonomy of movement, action or education, is naive. The Taliban has already “guaranteed” women’s rights “within the limits of...
Related topics: Afghanistan, Religion

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Pakistan: Islamic Parties Push For Taliban Recognition In Support Of Its ‘application Of Shariah...

It’s all about Islamic expansionism. 1400 years of it and still going. The Taliban has made no secret about its ambitions to expand the hegemony of Sharia in the region and globally. Pakistan’s friendship with the Taliban is a boon for the...
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Turkey Welcomes Taliban To Ankara, Urges International Engagement With The Jihad Group

Three months ago, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared: “As the Taliban held some talks with the US, it should hold these talks with Turkey much more comfortably. Because Turkey has nothing that contradicts their beliefs.” And now,...
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Desperate Afghan Parents Are Selling Their Kids To Pay Off Debt As Poverty Levels Deepen Following...

People try to get into Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan August 16, 2021. Stringer/REUTERS Some Afghan families are being forced to trade their kids to settle debts, the Wall Street Journal reported. Saleha, for example, is...
Related topics: Airports, Afghanistan, Kabul, Reuters

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Pakistani Airline Says It Will Stop Flying To Kabul Due To Taliban Interference Just A Few Weeks...

Passengers board a Pakistan International Airlines flight in Kabul AAMIR QURESHI/Getty Images Pakistan International Airlines has halted operations in Kabul due to Taliban "heavy-handed" interference. The carrier accused the Taliban of...
Related topics: Afghanistan, Kabul, Pakistan

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Pakistani Airline Says It Will Stop Flying To Kabul Due To Taliban Interference Just A Few Weeks...

Passengers board a Pakistan International Airlines flight in Kabul AAMIR QURESHI/Getty Images Pakistan International Airlines has halted operations in Kabul due to Taliban "heavy-handed" interference. The carrier accused the Taliban of...
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Taliban Confirms Participation In Moscow-format Meeting On Afghanistan

KABUL (Sputnik) - A delegation of the Taliban movement (banned as a terrorist organisation in Russia) will take part in the Moscow-format meeting on Afghanistan, which the Russian capital hosts on 20 October, the Afghan Foreign Ministry's spokesman,...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow, Afghanistan, Kabul, Terrorism

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Taliban Is In Turkey For Talks After Warning Us & Eu That Sanctions Will Cause New Refugee Wave...

Taliban Is In Turkey For Talks After Warning US & EU That Sanctions Will Cause New Refugee Wave To Hit West The Taliban has warned US and European envoys during ongoing talks in Doha that continued sanctions and US-led political...
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Ep. 57 — The Emperor Was Nude All Along

Hosts Tom Joscelyn and Bill Roggio discuss Tom’s recent testimony before the Senate, why the Islamic State bombed a mosque in Kunduz, and the Pakistani Taliban’s ongoing jihad. Powered by RedCircle Take a look around the globe today and...
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Biden’s 'evacuation' Was A Taliban Human Trafficking Scheme

After Biden evacuated tens of thousands of Afghan “translators”, refugee resettlement groups are desperately looking for translators to translate to the translators.Why do Afghan translators, who were supposed to be able to translate from...
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Afghan Civil Servants Once Employed By Taliban May Reportedly Be Exempt From Us Terror-related Bans

The Biden administration expects over 95,000 Afghan refugees to be brought to the US over the next year, in the wake of the US troop withdrawal from the country that cleared a path for Taliban* to reclaim power. Republicans have voiced concern about...
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Pia 'suspends Afghan Operations Citing Taliban Interference, Security Concerns'

Pakistan International Airlines resumed chartered flights on 13 September, almost a month after the Taliban gained control over Afghanistan, including its capital Kabul.
Related topics: Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kabul

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G20 Will Aid Afghanistan—but Won’t Recognize The Taliban

Trevor Filseth Taliban, Middle East Officials for the UN, which has extended its mission in Afghanistan, have previously suggested that the Taliban’s desire for international recognition could be used as a tool to influence their treatment of...
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Taliban Delegation Lands In Turkey For 1st High-level Talks

The Turkish Foreign Ministry says a high-level delegation from Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers has arrived in the country for opening talks
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