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Taliban’s Next Stop: Kabul, Kashmir and Kerala : The Stateman

TNT

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Ghani should declare war on Pakistan without further delay and send troops into both Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Baluchistan simultaneously declaring the Durand line a falsely divide between Afghanistan with Pakistan occupied KPK and call for the reunification of the forcefully separated Pashtun people.

Meanwhile, the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement in KP led by Manzoor Pashteen, Mohsin Dawar and Ali Wazir should step forward an up the game of freedom from Pakistan by joining the Afghan armies in the same way that the Pakistan army is collaborating with the Taliban. The Baloch liberation forces should also be facilitated to join the extended war against Pakistani military occupation.
Wet dreams of an ugly gutter rat 😂😂😂. Meanwhile these same rats are scared to send their military for help, ugly stupid cowards.
 

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Afghanistan has one of the highest illiteracy rates in the world. About 43%

When the Taliban took over they forbade woman from going to work. Since most of the school teachers that taught children how to read where woman , now there where non teaching the children.

This is the result of those nutters taking over . More ignorance and Muslims not even able to read the Koran,

What is Islamic about that ?

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Leaving aside thier stupid policies about women's education the Taliban had no measurable negative impact on the Afghan literacy rate.

If anything they increased it, although the data available is very limited.


Afghanistan literacy rate

1979 18%
2011 31%
2018 43%

There could be a dip between 1996 and 2002, but there was no government for decades to take data.
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These Indians have ridiculous fantasies. A pathan in Kerala would stick out in the crowd.

Not a lot of pushto is spoken in the Kashmir valley either. They are constantly trying to delude themselves.
 

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India is faced with a very tricky situation. Despite the Afghan government’s appeals to India to immediately send fighter jets and gunship helicopters India remains hesitant, and not without reason.

India fears that at this stage in the war in Afghanistan between the Taliban and the government of President Ashraf Ghani if she openly takes sides with the latter then Indian interests in Afghanistan will become the target of Taliban violence and destruction. Hence, India’s backdoor channel talks with the Taliban have been reportedly taking place.



LMAO

The statement above should be enough to convince the kabuli crowd as to how slippery these rat-Indians are. But hey, they are idiots as per Pakistani NSA.
 

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Afghanistan has one of the highest illiteracy rates in the world. About 43%

When the Taliban took over they forbade woman from going to work. Since most of the school teachers that taught children how to read where woman , now there where non teaching the children.

This is the result of those nutters taking over . More ignorance and Muslims not even able to read the Koran,

What is Islamic about that ?

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I am SHOCKED that you took a few seconds leave from your anti-Iran propaganda work and pay a little bit attention to the rest of the world. How could that happen?
 

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I have said this numerous times and the recent statement from ISPR, NSA and FO also indicate that we wish to have a government in Afghanistan which doesn't host hostile elements that attack Pakistan. If a communist government accepts Durand line and agrees not to host militant on her soil, Pakistan would have no problem with that as well.
Correct. But, Heck, they don't even have to accept the Durand Line! It's a non-issue and if they press that too much then, as the General Tariq Khan interview posted on this forum implied, The Durand Line could be pushed westward! Forget discussing Durand Line. Per my understanding, even the Afghans know that. The chances of a wretched country like Afghanistan to take parts of Pakistan are infinitely even lower than Russia taking Alaska 'back' from America!

Pakistan doesn't care who rules Afghanistan so long as that govt is not hostile to Pakistan. Period!
 

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Leaving aside thier stupid policies about women's education the Taliban had no measurable negative impact on the Afghan literacy rate.

If anything they increased it, although the data available is very limited.


Afghanistan literacy rate

1979 18%
2011 31%
2018 43%

There could be a dip between 1996 and 2002, but there was no government for decades to take data.
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These Indians have ridiculous fantasies. A pathan in Kerala would stick out in the crowd.

Not a lot of pushto is spoken in the Kashmir valley either. They are constantly trying to delude themselves.




The education system in Afghanistan is regarded as one of the country's biggest success stories since the Taliban were driven from power.


In 2001 no girls attended formal schools and there were only one million boys enrolled. By 2012 the World Bank says there were 7.8 million pupils attending school - including about 2.9 million girls.


 

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Ghani should declare war on Pakistan without further delay and send troops into both Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Baluchistan simultaneously declaring the Durand line a falsely divide between Afghanistan with Pakistan occupied KPK and call for the reunification of the forcefully separated Pashtun people.
Ghani can't fight in his own country and surrendering everywhere and here pajeet is expecting him to invade another country :lol:
We tend to think like this in frustration when are helpless , humiliated and defeated.
@PanzerKiel

Anti-Drone gun Lol 😂
That's genius to be honest. They can make use of everything to find to defeat mighty super power armies.
 

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I am SHOCKED that you took a few seconds leave from your anti-Iran propaganda work and pay a little bit attention to the rest of the world. How could that happen?

The idea you can misuse religion as a tool to control people and force it on people , is common both to the Taliban and the mullah regime.

Sure the Taliban where more extreme about it , they forced the Burka on woman, your mullahs' force the Hijab.

I resent both their methods .

It is also un Islamic :

" There is no compulsion in religion "

~ Al-Baqara 256 ~

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The idea you can misuse religion as a tool to control people and force it on people , is common both to the Taliban and the mullah regime.

Sure the Taliban where more extreme about it , they forced the Burka on woman, your mullahs' force the Hijab.

I resent both their methods .

It is also un Islamic :

" There is no compulsion in religion "

~ Al-Baqara 256 ~

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Why should i believe you ''Samuel'' ? In fact, i am not even sure if you are a real person writing this or some propaganda account of the Israeli cyber department. I remember you from Irandefence.net days where you trolled your favorite subject, Iran, non-stop.
 

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Kabul, I can understand. Rest are just pipe dreams. India will nuke Taliban in the worst case scenario for her.
 

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India fears that at this stage in the war if she openly takes sides with the Ghani government, then Indian interests in Afghanistan will become the target of Taliban violence and destruction.
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The speedy advance of the Taliban from northern Afghanistan to Kabul in the eastern section of the country could not have been achieved without the active support of the Pakistani Army. This has been confirmed by none other than the Afghan First Vice President Amrullah Saleh. The question is whether the people of Afghanistan, India, and neighboring countries will allow the Taliban to capture Kabul?

India is faced with a very tricky situation. Despite the Afghan government’s appeals to India to immediately send fighter jets and gunship helicopters India remains hesitant, and not without reason.

India fears that at this stage in the war in Afghanistan between the Taliban and the government of President Ashraf Ghani if she openly takes sides with the latter then Indian interests in Afghanistan will become the target of Taliban violence and destruction. Hence, India’s backdoor channel talks with the Taliban have been reportedly taking place.

If one takes a closer look at the chain of events of the past few months it becomes even clearer that Pakistan has been deceiving India and the wider world when it comes to her war policy regarding Afghanistan.

The ceasefire between India and Pakistan that came into force after the DG MOs meeting of respective countries took place on February 25, uncannily, coincides with the beginning of the second round of talks between Afghan and Taliban negotiators in Doha on January 9 which took place in the backdrop of former US President Donald Trump’s announcement that al Afghan troops would be withdrawn from Afghanistan by May 1.

Then came the bombshell announcement by US President Joe Biden that the troops will be completely withdrawn from Afghanistan by September 11. Between May and June Pakistan has been acting as the Taliban’s Foreign Affairs Ministry trying to build a soft image of the Taliban.

Pakistani federal ministers now publically claim that the Taliban might wear baggy dresses but they have intelligent brains (Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s statement) and that the current

Taliban leadership is a moderate one (statement of Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed) compared to the Taliban of 1996 when they publicly displayed the bodies of the slain Afghan president Najeeb Ulla and his brother.

Most notably Imran Khan refused to allow US airspace to attack Taliban if they become a challenge for Ghani.

In June, Pakistan began to send drones to confuse as a warning to India of the Pakistan army’s preparedness in case India thought that all was hunky-dory. The purpose was to keep India engaged on the LoC and keep her busy deciphering the purpose of drone attacks. Meanwhile, Pakistani generals began to redeploy its troops to northern parts of the country.

On Friday, according to the Saleh, Pakistan is guiding the Taliban advancing troops from anti-terrorist cells based in Peshawar and Quetta. And the Ghani government is in panic. The defense of Kabul has now become a top priority. Yet a comprehensive strategy to win the war against Pakistan sponsored Taliban seems to be found nowhere.

Under the current circumstances the only way to secure a possible victory for the Afghan people and the government in Kabul would be to transform the patchy resistance offered to the Taliban by armed peoples militias into a full-fledged civil war. Arming every Afghan citizen to fight the medieval Islamic jihadi evil could lead to the final triumph of good over evil.

Secondly, given the evidence of Pakistan’s involvement in providing logistic and strategic support to the Taliban against the legitimate government of Afghanistan, Ghani should declare war on Pakistan without further delay and send troops into both Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Baluchistan simultaneously declaring the Durand line a falsely divide between Afghanistan with Pakistan occupied KPK and call for the reunification of the forcefully separated Pashtun people.

Meanwhile, the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement in KP led by Manzoor Pashteen, Mohsin Dawar and Ali Wazir should step forward an up the game of freedom from Pakistan by joining the Afghan armies in the same way that the Pakistan army is collaborating with the Taliban. The Baloch liberation forces should also be facilitated to join the extended war against Pakistani military occupation.

India must become aware of the fact that Pakistan-sponsored games being played by the use of the Taliban will not stop at Kabul and that their next stop will be Kashmir and Kerala. Pakistan will make sure that no stone remains unturned in its endeavor to renew insurgency in Kashmir. The Talibanisation of Kerala over the past years is not a matter of coincidence but a well-thought-out strategy of the Pakistani jihadi military.

Once the Taliban take over Kabul, jihadis in Kerala could conveniently be used by Pakistan as a tool to stretch Indian security beyond their capacity by launching country-wide acts of jihadi terrorism. What we witnessed during the West Bengal elections when jihadis were attacking the BJP supporters could very easily be repeated all over Hindustan.

Hence, India must consider the withdrawal of US troops and the rapid advance of the Pakistan-sponsored Taliban as a warning of what might come. And in a pincer movement, both India and Afghanistan should confront Pakistan and ensure the safeguard of not only their own people but also of the wider regional community.

A good entertaining article written by a silly person.
Kerala ? .. why there ? There is in only monkeys and coconuts over there
 

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