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1ndy

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People thought the same in 80s..There are high chances Afghanistan becomes a proxy battle ground for turkey Pakistan and maybe iran.

It was an outcome of the UN Resolution 1377 which was signed unanimously and became a National Law by virtue of international practices.Russia China muslim world everyone was with USA and India was dying to snatch that role from us and bomb our strategic assets as a pretext . And talban knew it very well that if Pakistan goes against the UN on this it can be declared a terorist state and talban can be bombed indiscriminately across the afgan border makinthat'ng talban lose the cover a border gives them.Thats why they called pakistan majbooristan back then.

.. Even a war is fought with some rules of engagement. Talban themselves allow US to use afghan airspace.Why hasnt talban shot at US in sky like they did with USSR towards the end. In return US also knows it cant indiscriminately bomb every thing in Afghanistan.. this is warcraft which is beyond your understanding.
Law by international practices... Ok it applies to everyone? China, Iran, Russia, India? I see none of them provided free passage over their airspace and land... None of them ever provided their airbases to use against Taliban... Aisi bhi kya majboori thi.
 

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Well Taliban is a new group, this group didnt fight USSR during the war and it was US who helped Mujahidin fought USSR for decades.

Taliban emergence is related to Pakistani government, this is why you guys have favor sentiment toward them. Do you want to live under Taliban version of government ? Please see point of view of many Afghan as well, then you can be more fair in your judgement
US help didn't come till mid 1980s ( mid1986 to be precise). It was Pakistan who made Mujahideen and whose intelligence agency had been fighting Afghan war since 1979 and stopped Soviet advance with help of Afghan resistance fighters. It was only in Sep, 1986 when Stinger missiles came (3 years before Soviets withdrawl).
 

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Law by international practices... Ok it applies to everyone? China, Iran, Russia, India? I see none of them provided free passage over their airspace and land... None of them ever provided their airbases to use against Taliban... Aisi bhi kya majboori thi.
Russia provided its northern network to ISAF coalition for last 20 years.
China offered US all sort of assistance post 9/ 11.
Iran has been aiding NATO indirectly in Afghanistan. Bonn conference 2001, Iran agreed to facilitate occupying forces by helping Northern alliance in every way possible and also agreed with US to bar Taliban from being part of any future poltical process something Pakistan vehemently went against.
Senior diplomats from Russia, India, Iran, Uzbekistan met in Tajikistan right after 9/ 11 to discuss possible assistance to anti-Taliban forces in Afghanistan.They had bases in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Why do you you only see our air space corridor?
 
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SecularNationalist

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please shear full election results sir how many seats won by talibs?
Different countries have different benchmarks of measuring public opinion.
Afghanistan is not a democratic country so it's useless to talk about elections.
Just go to any rural area or a small town which comprises majority of afghan population and you will realize people prefer taliban far more than the corrupt afghan government. People like Taliban for their swift justice system, equality and honesty. The border tax for instance they are charging right now is far less than the ghani government.
 

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Banning Satti for a start.. but I strongly suggest you don’t get into a religious debate. It never ends pretty.
Debate is way of propagating ideas ...or is there any other way ? Quraan mentioned sathi ??
1. Knowledge seeking
2. Human Rights
3. Real Women's Rights and Justice
4. Justice for the weak and poor
5. Economic Justice
6. Fair Capital Open Markets based
7. Judicial Justice for all including the weak and minorities
8. Environmental protection.


All part of the true Islamic principles... From the Quran. The Most modern principles known to humankind.
I need permission of mod to discuss all these , it seems there are some limitations to discussion here .. Religious sentiments are given priority here ...But you can quote where above ideas are given priority in quraan ..I will try to refute it without going deep ...
 
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