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  • We must crush the Taliban and Al Qaeda in a ''long war'' in ...

     · Instead, we require a sustained military presence in Afghanistan devoted to the grim, relentless crushing of the Taliban and Al Qaeda, coupled …

  • It''s Time to Trust the Taliban – Foreign Policy

     · A Taliban representative attends international talks on Afghanistan in Moscow on Nov. 9, 2018. (Yuri Kodobnov/AFP/Getty Images) In the peace process now underway with the Afghan Taliban…

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     · Taliban representatives were expected to join Afghan officials in the first round of peace talks in Pakistan in the Spring of 2016 but the death of Mullah Mansoor by a U.S. drone strike in in May, 2016 has derailed Taliban cooperation. ... crushing Al-Qaeda and preventing the Taliban from gaining any more power. ...

  • Taliban Destroys the Myth of Power Sharing With Afghan ...

     · Taliban deputy leader Sirajuddin Haqqani said that the group "will crush the arrogance of the rebellious emperors, and force them to admit their defeat at our hands."

  • Crime, conflict, chaos crushing Afghan hopes for tomorrow

     · Crime, conflict, chaos crushing Afghan hopes for tomorrow. Afghan police search a car at a temporary checkpoint in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, Jan.18, 2021. Residents of the Afghan capital Kabul rarely go out after dark and increasingly are sending their children to safety outside the city in the face of deteriorating security.

  • Has Trump surrendered Afghanistan to the Taliban ...

     · The Taliban and the US have been holding talks in Doha, Qatar since 2018 [File: Sorin Furcoi/Al Jazeera] Two decades after its invasion of Afghanistan, the United States has …

  • Taliban Violence Surges In Afghanistan

     · Taliban Violence Surges In Afghanistan. September 13, 2006 / 6:09 PM / AP. NATO nations failed to agree on calls by military commanders for 2,500 extra troops to help crush the growing Taliban …

  • U.S. Bombing of Afghan Drug Labs Won''t Crush the Taliban ...

     · U.S. Bombing of Afghan Drug Labs Won''t Crush the Taliban. U.S. aerial bombing of drug laboratories in Afghanistan will solve neither the country''s Taliban insurgency nor its drugs problem. On 21 November, the U.S. military began major airstrikes against what it described as Taliban drug labs in the north of Helmand province of Afghanistan.

  • Born into occupation, young Afghans fear the Taliban will ...

     · Born into occupation, young Afghans fear the Taliban will crush their freedoms when US troops exit Author: David S. Cloud and Stefanie Glinski, Los Angeles Times Updated: November 21, 2020

  • Stadium crush kills at least 11 women seeking visas to ...

     · Stadium crush kills at least 11 women seeking visas to leave Afghanistan. ... It was the deadliest attack since the Taliban and the Afghan government began holding long-delayed peace talks last ...

  • Afghanistan''s Security Forces Versus the Taliban: A Net ...

    Taliban The number of people in the Taliban''s fighting forces is difficult to determine precisely, but a variety of sources give an estimate of 60,000 core fighters, ... (a military that "collapses only when an adversary possesses crushing material superiority") ...

  • Afghan general: army and security forces ready to crush ...

    I wanna point out two cases, firstly the Sri Lankan Civil War.The guerillas fought for over two decades, but eventually from 2006 the government launched several offensives that weakened the guerillas and led to victory in 2009.. Likewise, the Colombian conflict the 90s and early 00s Colombia was a very dangerous place. But the government managed to get hold of things and the country ...

  • Taliban Protected US Bases From Other Groups After Peace ...

     · Taliban fighters have protected western military bases in Afghanistan from attacks by rival, or rogue Islamist groups for over a year under a secret annex to a pact for the withdrawal of all U.S. forces by May 1, three Western officials with knowledge of the agreement told Reuters.. The U.S. State Department gave no immediate response to Reuters over the existence of any such document.

  • The Afghan army we tried, but failed to build ...

     · After crushing Al Qaeda and punishing the Taliban early in the war, the United States has been waging a war of nation-building and nation-holding — serving as a crutch for the Afghan government until the Afghan government can stand on its own. Central to that has been building up the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) — the military and ...

  • The war in Afghanistan: Promises to win, but no vision for ...

     · The Taliban had grown more powerful — not weaker — during Obama''s eight years in office, accumulating an estimated 60,000 fighters under its command. ... obliterating ISIS, crushing …

  • ''Reconciling with Taliban would help crush terrorist ...

     · When peace is agreed with Taliban, other groups will lose safe havens for their activities here and will be eliminated," Javid Faisal, spokesman of the National Security Council, said on Sunday. Omar Zakhilwal, former ambassador to Pakistan, said: "When the war is not completely ended, when Taliban reach an agreement, the small groups will ...

  • Even the Taliban are surprised at how fast they''re ...

     · WASHINGTON — The Taliban are advancing at lightning speed across Afghanistan as U.S. troops withdraw. They now control a third of the country, are …

  • Young Afghans fear Taliban will crush their freedoms ...

     · A return of the Taliban, who ruled Kabul and much of the country between 1996 and 2001, has never seemed closer. Attacks and assassinations are spiking. Peace talks between the insurgents and the Afghan government appear stillborn.

  • Bin Laden backers want to crush Islamic State in ...

     · The Afghan militant group that sheltered Osama bin Laden before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks is closing the door to the Islamic State. The Taliban is …

  • JDAM Dropped On Taliban Ambush Position With M240B

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  • We Must Crush the Taliban and Al Qaeda in a "Long War" in ...

    We require a sustained military presence in Afghanistan devoted to the grim, relentless crushing of the Taliban and Al Qaeda, coupled with substantially enhanced Pakistani military pressure there.

  • Taliban captures Afghanistan''s main Tajikistan border ...

     · Taliban gains and the steady withdrawal of the remaining 2,500-3,500 US troops and 7,000 NATO forces have lent an urgency to efforts to find a …

  • The fate of women''s rights in Afghanistan

    The Taliban smashed the uprisings, keenly prioritizing a military pushback against them and often killing all males in villages involved in the anti-Taliban fight. But since crushing the uprisings ...

  • ARTILLERY EXPLODING ON TALIBAN HILLSIDE POSITIONS IN ...

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  • A graveyard waits

     · Potentially, the Taliban could crush all opposition and become the ''export hub'' of its puritanical-revisionist impulses, for which the first porous destination would be Pakistan.

  • Taliban ''crush'' Daesh/ISIS with US ''limited support ...

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  • Young Afghans fear Taliban will crush their freedoms ...

     · The Taliban has acknowledged past shortcomings. Its leaders say they are not the same as before. Yet many young Afghans remain skeptical that militants who have chopped the hands off thieves, blown up ancient Buddha statues and given sanctuary to Osama bin Laden will be anything but cruel and extreme.

  • Was the US responsible for the creation of the Taliban ...

    Yes. The creation of Taliban has its roots in 1979. That was the time when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan with the promise to rebuild the country''s crushing economy. Afghanistan under the Soviets was a paradise. People had enormous freedom t...

  • HUGE JDAM BOMB STRIKES TALIBAN POSITION

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  • Afghanistan vows to crush Islamic State havens after attack

     · Afghanistan vows to crush Islamic State havens after attack ... Many outraged Afghans are asking whether an approaching deal between the United States and the Taliban to end nearly 18 years of ...

  • Afghanistan mourns, vows to crush militants after attack ...

     · Afghanistan mourns deadly attack at wedding, vows to crush militant havens as survivors plead for peace. Afghans carry the body of a victim of Dubai City wedding hall bombing during a …

  • Will the Taliban Reverse the Right to Education for Afghan ...

     · The Taliban may seek to repress Afghanistan with an iron fist, but even if the group has changed little since the pre-2001 period, the society they seek to dominate has changed greatly. Reasserting control over Kabul or Herat and crushing the aspirations of the youth and women will be met with far more civil resistance now than before.

  • Afghanistan Under the Taliban: It Won''t Be Like Last Time ...

     · Afghanistan Under the Taliban: It Won''t Be Like Last Time. We''ve been in Afghanistan 20 years, Joe Biden''s generals told him. All we need is a little more time. The president overruled them, ordering a complete withdrawal of American troops by September 11 th. Madiha Afzal and Michael O''Hanlon of the Brookings Institution articulate the ...

  • Afghanistan mourns, vows to crush Taliban after wedding ...

    The Taliban "have created the platform for terrorists" with their own brutal assaults on schools, mosques and other public places over the years, the president said.