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China Joins Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan in Security Alliance



The conflict in Afghanistan has lasted too long. The US has tried and failed. It’s time for it to leave and let others solve this urgent international problem.

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Pukhtun Afghans, who are true Afghans, must sever all ties, both superficial or actual (if there are any left), with the devil's spawn which is Al-Qaeda Wahhabi/Salafi psychotic, murdering terrorists. An overwhelming realization has set in among the Pukhtun Afghans, over the past two decades, that Al-Qaeda Wahhabi/Salafi terrorists used "Islam" and them being Arabs of Jazeerat-ul-Arab (Arabian Peninsula), as a means of being invited and accorded respect by Muslims in Asia. When in reality, these scum, are traitors to Islam.

This sentiment, of respecting Arabs of Jazeerat-ul-Arab, is a prevalent approach of most Muslims around the world. And has been used as trap by scumbags like AQ and ISIS, to gain recognition and entry into these Muslim countries.

Pakistan, in particular, has shown historically, that it is as guilible and naive, as the rest. And Pakistan MUST recognize that AQ, ISIS & the Saudi regime, use Islam as a means of legitimizing their standing in the Muslim world. So please Pakistan, do not be that stupid and guilible, when you're approached by these clowns. Saudi regime, by nature is a trap for the entire Muslim world. Do not trust these jackals in sheep skin.

Russia, China and Pakistan should hold direct talks with Afghan Pukhtuns, who control vast territory in their homeland. Afghan Pukhtuns must establish their political representation in Afghanistan. Engage with the Pakistanis, Russians and Chinese, to work out a peaceful agreement, whereby Afghan Pukhtuns benefit economically from CPEC. Peace in Afghanistan should ONLY benefit Afghans first. Because there are foreign elements that seek to exploit the 17 year old occupation of the country for its untapped, rich mineral resources. Once peace is achieved, Afghanistan and Pakistan must work together to establish a proper irrigation network in both countries for agriculture to flourish and benefit Afghanistan. We should help them plant billions of trees in Afghanistan and Pakistan's province of Baluchistan.

To Afghanistan, China, Pakistan and Russia ... DO NOT fall into the trap of the Saudi regime and Iranian regime's power tussle in the Middle East. Nothing will come good from it, so stay well clear of both of them. Iran must step back from its active anti-Saudi activities. The Saudi regime is on its last few breaths. Let it be crushed under its own hideous weight. The collapse of the Saudi regime is inevitable.
 
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US, Taliban Agree on American Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan – Reports...



The US delegation and the Taliban, on the last day of the fifth round of Doha talks, drafted an agreement on combating terrorism and the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, TOLOnews reported, citing sources. The media outlet has not, however, specified the details of the deal, only saying that it was a document written in the English and Pashtu languages.

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All-Afghan Peace Summit Set for July, But On Taliban Terms



A surprise announcement by President Donald Trump seemed to accelerate the expected time frame for U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan ahead of an all-Afghan peace summit planned for July 7-8 in Qatar. The gathering apparently will be held on Taliban terms as there will be no official Afghan government representation.

That pullout was expected to be announced as part of a time frame being negotiated by Washington's peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, who is in the middle of talks with the Taliban in Qatar.

"I've wanted to pull them out. And you know, I have pulled a lot out. We were at 16,000. We're down to about 9,000, which a lot of people don't know," Trump said, according to the transcript of the interview shared with The Associated Press. "So we've reduced the force very substantially in Afghanistan, which I don't talk about very much, and that's okay," Trump added.

According to a senior U.S. defense official, however, there are still close to 14,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan - a number that has remained fairly steady for many months


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Kunduz attack aftermath

A powerful image depicting two contrasts i.e Taliban with plastic sandals collecting weapons from surrendered Afghan Army,Police troops wearing modern combat gear.

Looks like Most modern mil hardware including Helis would fall to Taliban post withdrawal...



 
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