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U.S. tries to persuade IEA to adopt democracy and reject 'all forms of terrorism and extremism'

Publication time: 3 February 2013, 23:01

With the approach of 2014, a year that is scheduled to withdraw most of the western invaders from Afghanistan, the US is increasingly understand the urgent need to draw a veil over its crushing defeat in the Islamic Emirate.

 

To this end, recently, Washington increased efforts to organize negotiations with the Mujahideen, so that they renounced "all forms of terrorism and extremism", and agreed to a democracy (the West has recently been trying to implement the same tactics for the Ansar al-Din in Mali).

 

A few days ago the US ambassador to Pakistan, Richard Olson, speaking at the Institute of Strategic Studies in Islamabad, said the United States "is ready to open the door for talks" and "reconciliation" with the IEA.

 

According to him, the Mujahideen "could be part of Afghanistan's future", if they met "conditions to ensure long-term peace and stability".

 

Olson said new office of the IEA in Qatar could be used for negotiations between the Karzai's "High Peace Council" and representatives of the IEA.

 

"The end result of any process must be that the Taliban end violence, break ties with al Qaeda and accept Afghanistan's Constitution. If this happens, we believe the Taliban can be a part of Afghanistan's future", remarked Olson.

 

Simultaneously, its contribution to "democratize" the IEA is making a puppet regime of Pakistan, which expressed willingness to release all prisoners of Mujahideen, languishing in prisons on its territory.

 

A so-called "Foreign Secretary" Jalil Jilani, after talks with US officials, said that apostates will release Mullah Omar's deputy, Mullah Baradar, whom Washington recently regarded as one of the "most dangerous terrorists".

 

"Our goal is to release everyone", said Jilani.

 

Today in Pakistani prisons there are, by some estimates, more than 100 prisoners Mujahideen. With the release of prisoners, the United States and their minions are counting to involve Islamic Emirate in the "peace process".

 

Harassment of Afghan Muslims by Islamabad began in 2001, when Pakistani apostates entered into the anti-Islamic coalition established by George Bush. After that, for several years the regime hunted down the Mujahideen and their supporters, ordinary Muslims. Apostates not only filled their prisons with Muslims but also the prisoners were "supplied" to the US concentration camp Guantanamo.

 

However, many experts believe that the release of the Mujahideen did not mean that they will become more "democratic". On the contrary, being at large, they may intensify efforts to overthrow the puppet regime of Karzai.

 

For example, Al Arabiya recalls the recent martyrdom attack in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and indicates that it demonstrates full commitment of the Mujahideen to continue fighting to the finish.

 

It is to be recalled that on January 21, at about 5:00 am, a group of four fighters of the Islamic Emirate has started to storm the police academy and neighboring Karzai's government facilities in Kabul. The Mujahideen gave battle to apostates and their foreign instructors with heavy and small arms and explosive-packed vests and hand grenades.

 

After the assault and capture of the academy Fidayee Mujahideen barricaded themselves in the building and more than 9 hours were fighting with reinforcements of invaders and apostates, eliminating a total of about 24 NATO thugs and minions and wounding 31 enemy elements, until the last of the Mujahideen accepted martyrdom (Insha'Allah).

 

On January 22 Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate managed to disrupt a gathering of foreign aggressors and their puppets in the "local police", known as "Arbaki", exposing a meeting place to an entire wave of attacks in the province of Kabul.

 

Rockets and mortar shells fired by the Mujahideen exploded near the meeting place, causing panic among the invaders and their puppets, who fled from the territory of the facility, where hosted the gathering.

 

During the assault on the police academy Mujahideen managed to neutralize one of the most active American spies on whose tip the enemy conducted several joint night raids on civilians.

 

Al-Arabiya writes that, despite attempts by Karzai and the US to put leadership of the Islamic Emirate to the negotiating table, the attacks continued and intensified. Washington is trying to save face, but the very fact that Obama's administration was willing to come to an agreement after 12 years of war, by itself was evidence of the utter defeat of the US in Afghanistan.

 

After gathering with Karzai in January in Washington, Obama said the coalition of Western invaders would pass responsibility for "security" of the Kabul regime to local puppets in the spring of this year - several months ahead of schedule. However, the US is planning to leave in the IEA from 6 to 20 thousand bayonets.

 

Obama also said the Islamic Emirate "should" open a political office in Qatar "to promote peace talks".

 

Meanwhile, the Irish media write :

 

Meanwhile, the Irish media reports that the former ringleader of the Karzai's spy network "national intelligence service (NDS)", who was head of it until 2010, making a disappointing prognosis for the US: the Mujahideen will be conduction more and more major and spectacular attacks to completely demoralize the enemy.

 

"As NATO withdraws forces and reduces its presence in Afghanistan, the Taliban are going to change their tactics". They're going to modify their strategy and they are going to do more and more spectacular attacks", said the former ringleader of Karzai's intelligence Amrullah Saleh.

 

"A lot of Western analysts now say al Qaida's main base is no longer Afghanistan - it's maybe Mali, it's maybe Somalia, it's maybe North Africa. Or maybe it's a sleeping cell in some corner of Europe, so why should we have massive force here?

 

But if Afghanistan remains unresolved... it means an ally of al Qaida re-dominating the country, whether partly or wholly. The current effort to under-estimate the strength of the Taliban, to try to de-link them from al Qaida in our own imaginations is wrong".

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center



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