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FuturePAF

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Cant have peace with people who follow Wahhabism or Salafism.
They are more Deobandi Hanafi not Wahabi/Salafi. It’s well documented.

This also indicates the kind of Sharia they advocate, according to the following article.

 

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They are more Deobandi Hanafi not Wahabi/Salafi. It’s well documented.

This also indicates the kind of Sharia they advocate, according to the following article.

Agreed. the Taliban didn't appreciate the saudi clerics trying to tacitly dictate their version of Islam to them.
 

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They are more Deobandi Hanafi not Wahabi/Salafi. It’s well documented.

This also indicates the kind of Sharia they advocate, according to the following article.

Any group that beheads diplomats or executes women in old soccer stadiums is not some “moderate” Islamic faction worth of having a relationship with.

Taliban can put up whatever PR image they want, they are still not a moderate Islamic governance body.
 

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Any group that beheads diplomats or executes women in old soccer stadiums is not some “moderate” Islamic faction worth of having a relationship with.

Taliban can put up whatever PR image they want, they are still not a moderate Islamic governance body.
They never said they were a “Moderate” Islamic anything. There is a saying; you don’t negotiate with your friends, you negotiate with your enemies. If you can’t destroy your enemies, you have to learn to live with them.

If they want international recognition, they will have to adopt international norms when it comes to diplomats. They probably learned that after the incident with the Iranian diplomats back in the ‘90s, and their current diplomatic blitz around the region indicates they care a lot about their global standing.

As for executions in stadiums, there are places in other countries where public executions are carried out and most nations of the world have relations with those countries.

I’m sure when it is of political or economic convenience, many countries of the world will either vilify or embrace the Talibs are per their interests. Should they give a large mining concessions to India, with assurances of safety, watch Modi and the entire Indian establishment clam up tighter then ...
 
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Agreed. the Taliban didn't appreciate the saudi clerics trying to tacitly dictate their version of Islam to them.
They never said they were a “Moderate” Islamic anything. There is a saying; you don’t negotiate with your friends, you negotiate with your enemies. If you can’t destroy your enemies, you have to learn to live with them.

If they want international recognition, they will have to adopt international norms when it comes to diplomats. They probably learned that after the incident with the Iranian diplomats back in the ‘90s, and their current diplomatic blitz around the region indicates they care a lot about their global standing.

As for executions in stadiums, there are places in other countries where public executions are carried out and most nations of the world have relations with those countries.

I’m sure when it is of political or economic convenience, many countries of the world will either vilify or embrace the Talibs are per their interests. Should they give a large mining concessions to India, with assurances of safety, watch Modi and the entire Indian establishment clam up tighter then ...
Correct. The Taleban essentially follow the deobandi school, not salafism / wahabism.

Also note that the only survivor of the 1998 attack on the Iranian consulate at Mazare Sharif actually believes this wasn't the work of the Taleban. Based on live information Iranian diplomats and journalists present there were receiving, Taleban forces were still far from the site of the Iranian consulate when the latter was stormed.

The Taleban's historic evolution and their current efforts to improve their international acceptance cannot be dismissed outright. The only remaining issue now is the fact that the movement is affected by factionalism, and this in turn opens them to infiltration and manipulation by powers which do not wish for the Taleban to normalize their relations with the likes of China, Russia and Iran, and which are not interested in seeing Afghanistan find peace after four decades of uninterrupted turmoil and wars.

Which leads me to the next point: none of the terrorist groups abusively acting under the banner of Islam would have been as harmful as they've been if it wasn't for the active role played by the zio-American empire in enabling them and in . From Afghanistan to Iraq, Syria and the African continent, these organizations have systematically acted as footmen and instruments for some wider imperial project. One should never absolve the primary culprits by remaining focused on outer symptoms while not paying attention to the deep causes.

It is also the responsibility of neighboring countries to try their best to prevent said extra-regional powers from succeeding in their attempts to once again turn the Taleban into a factor of instability.
 
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Taliban is welcome.

When a Revolution starts, some people act on their own and Based upon their Personal interests without considering the fact that it could harm the Revolution and may destroy reputation of Revolutionary figures. Which usually ends up with misguiding the Revolution and/or death of the most of Revolutionary figures after the Revolution.

Some people with their Personal interpretation from Islamic rules began to punish people with their own created laws or executing people in the name of Taliban Revolution in Afghanistan. This happens when a Revolution lacks an strong leadership who can end the seditions and stops the 2-way reciprocal revenges among people.

Not to mention that it was the best time for USA to frame up Taliban using a Saudi Agent Osama Bin Laden. He opened the gates of Afghanistan to Americans.

Now that dust is settling, we can see the truth. Imagine if we could gather Deobandis together and bring them in our ranks in Syria, it would be the end of Jewish Cancer and its lappies like ISIS and Qeada in the region. That is the time we can say, RIP CIA dogs in the Middle East.
how you explain Iran-Palestinian relation ?
And despite that fact, we have sarcificed plenty of things for supporting the most hard line Sunnis in Palestine. It is an undeniable fact that Palestinian Sunnis are extraordinarily ultra religious and the most religious Sunnis of Sunni masses.

This solely shows that Iranian Shia leadership not only has no problem with hard line Sunnis, on the contrary to that, we welcome them with our open arms to join our ranks against Zionists.
 

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