The Thomas Pages homepage
THE TALIBAN
طالبان‎/طلاب
A TERROR ORGANISATION PRODUCED BY THE COLD WAR
CREATED, TRAINED AND FINANCED BY THE UNITED STATES
 
"Jihad is the kind of war that Muslims fight in the name of God to free Muslims and Muslim lands from the enemies of Islam. If infidels invade, jihad is the obligation of every Muslim"
 
*Ruling Afghanistan
from September 1996
until December 2001.
It is widely
assumed in the West erroneously that the Taliban are just another example of Jihadist Islam,
but if the West had not opposed the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan the Taliban would never had existed.
In the
Saudi Arabian financed religious schools in Pakistan, most students (talibs) were schooled with textbooks developed by the University of Nebraska at Omaha's (UNO) Center for Afghanistan Studies program, funded by USAID, to about $51 million in the decade ending 1994, and published in the dominant Dari and Pashtu dialects of Afghanistan.
 
The textbooks were designed to encourage Islamic fanaticism and provoke resistance to the Soviet invaders.
The children learned to count using images of missiles, land mines, Kalashnikovs and tanks.
 
This US sponsored teaching literature also glorified the Mujahideen as being obedient to God in willingly sacrificing their lives and their property to impose Sharia law on government.
When
in 1996, the Taliban eventually seize Kabul*, they continued to use the same violently Jihadist texts from the USA, removing only the human images as being blasphemous.
 
In this same year, the Taliban also welcomed the young Saudi, Osama bin Laden back to Afghanistan, for Osama had previously been part of the CIA organisation for recruiting and training militants to battle the Soviet 'infidels'.
  (In 1992 bin Laden had issued his first fatwa calling for the jihad (holy war) against Western occupation of Muslim lands,
and arranged the bombing of a U.S. military base in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, killing five U.S. airmen and wounding 34).
  (Source: O Stone and P Kuznick The Untold History of the United States, 2013:487-489, Edbury Publishing)
Monday
February 1, 2016: ten-year-old Wasil Ahmad, a child hero of the Taliban seige of Uruzgan, is assassinated by the Taliban.
The
Haqqani Network in 2016 represents the most deadly and effective part of the forces opposing American and allied troops in Afghanistan. The group merged with the Afghan Taliban in the 1990s,
and their influence on the Afghan Taliban has grown since the death of former Taliban leader Mullah Omar.
Russia
has now argued that the Taliban is a necessary bulwark in the war against the so-called Islamic State. But the American military sees Moscow’s embrace of the Taliban as yet another move intended to undermine NATO,
which fights the Taliban, al Qaeda, and the Islamic State.
 
December 28:
Taliban Statement
"Our agenda is the independence of our country and establishment of an Islamic government. The Islamic Emirate is a reality and has deep roots in society. Our goal is unification of all ethnicities and territorial integrity of our country.
Even today the Islamic Emirate is the reason for peace and security in areas under its control. We are effectively witnessing zero crime and abduction rates in the liberated areas out of the control of the crumbling Kabul administration. We have setup corruption free and transparent judiciary systems for our nation which has resulted in peaceful solution to many disputes of the people."
Spokesperson of Islamic Emirate’s Political Office
Muhammad Sohail Shaheen
(28/03/1438 Hijri Lunar; 08/10/1395 Hijri Solar; 28/12/2016 Gregorian)
 
     

Ethical Norms Crime and Its Punishment Terrorism al Qa'eda

Copyright © Lloyd Thomas 2014-2017. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.
Feel free to copy, as long as this full copyright notice is included.

FOR A ROUGH TRANSLATION SIMPLY CHOOSE A LANGUAGE