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Reaction of IEA regarding announcement of troop reduction from Afghanistan by Obama

Publication time: 13 February 2013, 10:01

The western governments should by now have realized they must salvage themselves from the protracted and pointless war in Afghanistan which truly has brought down tragedies and disasters on America and other arrogant countries.

 

Thousands of their soldiers were killed, maimed and mentally disabled; billions of dollars was spent; economies of involved invading countries faced decline; its own people were reduced to beggary and other such ills.....

 

Now the time has come for the American president Obama and other head of states of invading countries to understand the realities of this futile war and instead of tactical efforts, troop reductions and gradual withdrawals, focus on the conditions, calls and needs of its own people and immediately extract all its troops from our country.  

 

The core solution to the Afghan problem rests the complete end of its occupation. The Afghans should be granted control, choice of government and sovereignty of their country. If not such then our sacred Jihad will intensify and forge ahead successfully even if one foreign soldier is present in our country and this struggle will continue until the fulfillment of the aspirations of our people.

 

The announcement by Obama of removal of thirty four thousand troops from Afghanistan is not the core solution to the problem and steps must be taken for their complete withdrawal because that will be beneficial for both America and Afghanistan. That which must be done tomorrow with more losses, ignominy and humiliations should be done today and an end brought to the occupation of Afghanistan.

 

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

Source: The Voice of Jihad


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