The Taliban’s most ashamed friendship with the United States
Author: Seyed Abdullah Pacha
The Taliban have killed Afghan citizens for the past 19 years on the pretext that they are US mercenaries, and now the group has fallen into the hands of the US.
Two years ago, a Taliban spokesman admitted in a newsletter that as many Afghans killed in the group’s battles as US mercenaries.
Therefore, the Taliban wanted to kill Afghan citizens and always sought to justify it. In the end, the pretext for this group was in fact the presence of the United States, but apparently, this group was killing Afghan citizens.
The Taliban used a fatwa (GHQ) to kill Afghan civilians, and the group sent a fatwa to the Pakistani military and intelligence for its fighters.
The group has killed thousands of Afghans in recent years, but their justification for the killings is thought to be the survival of a US-backed government.
However, after the signing of the Afghanistan-US Strategic and Security Agreement, the Taliban addressed the government as US mercenaries and spies and reacted sharply to the agreement.
But today, after 19 years of violence and bloodshed, the Taliban have signed a historic memorandum with their longtime enemy, the United States, and the United States has promised the group that it will pay their leaders in cash and give them a share in the future system.
At present, the Taliban do not utter a word without US advice. The Taliban are currently negotiating with the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan’s negotiating team for peace talks, but the group is making excuses and insisting that the talks should be a continuation of the Taliban’s understanding with the United States.
While the Taliban’s dialogue with the United States and the dialogue between Afghans are two separate issues, the Taliban group should not combine the two.
On the other hand, the Taliban group has said in the past that in order for the sharia system to take effect in the country, the copies and instructions of the Holy Quran should be used, but now that they have established friendly relations with the United States, all statements and stances are taken.
Their interests are in the interests of the United States so that the group’s understanding of Washington is not compromised.
The most interesting point is that the Taliban had continued the war against the United States under the pretext of killing Afghan citizens, and in the meantime considered the killing of Afghan citizens to be psychological, but now the group signs a memorandum with the Taliban and wants to maintain relations with that country.
The most interesting topic in US-Taliban relations:
The Afghan government and citizens were considered infidels when they reached an agreement with the United States, but now that they have reached an agreement with the United States, they are the victors. In recent years, the group has used jihad and religion for its own benefit.
Now, Afghan citizens know that all these efforts were to gain power and that all the killings of the Taliban were an unforgivable crime that can never be forgiven.
The group has already delayed Qatar peace talks to advance the dialogue process on the basis of a pre-arranged agreement with the United States, while the group still has no adherence to the agreement.
They have not done anything with the United States and, on the contrary, they have increased their attacks.
In a memorandum of understanding signed between the United States and the Taliban, the group pledged to reduce violence and to call a ceasefire before formal talks could begin, but now not only has the violence not diminished but so has the ceasefire.
Has remained in place; Because the Taliban believe that if there is a ceasefire, the possibility of the Taliban putting pressure on the Afghan government will be very limited.