“Pakistan ‘will always support the Taliban’”.

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PostSat Oct 16, 2010 2:39 am » by Torofamily


Released State Department Documents Mention ‘Failed Pipeline Negotiations’ With The Taliban Right Before 9/11
Published on 10-15-2010
Source: Foreign Policy Journal


U.S. government documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and recently posted on the website of the George Washington University National Security Archive shed some additional light on talks with the Taliban prior to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, including with regard to the repeated Taliban offers to hand over Osama bin Laden, and the role of Pakistan before and after the attacks.[1]

One of the recently released State Department documents, from March 2000, notes that a proposed “gas pipeline from Turkmenistan through Afghanistan to Multan, Pakistan figured prominently in discussions” about the mutual goal between the U.S. and regional players of stabilizing Afghanistan. Discussions on another proposed pipeline from Iran to India via Pakistan had also been proposed that were “more advanced”, and the Pakistanis had gone to Tehran to meet with Iranian officials “to pursue these negotiations”. But neither “pipeline is likely to go forward in the mid-term”, the documented concluded.

A Pakistani official told the U.S. that “Pakistan ‘will always support the Taliban’”. This “policy cannot change, he continued; it would prompt rebellion across the Northwest Frontier Provinces, the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, and indeed on both sides of the Pashtun-dominated Pak-Afghan border.” But the Taliban were “‘looking for a way out’ of the problem with bin Laden”. The U.S. was urged to “find a way to compromise with the Taliban”, and possible “ways that the U.S. and the Taliban might use to break the impasse” were suggested, including “the possibility of a trial in a third (Muslim) country”, “U.S. assurances that bin Laden would not face the death penalty”, and “a U.S. outline of what the Taliban would gain from extradition of bin Laden”.[2]

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PostSat Oct 16, 2010 3:30 am » by zinzana


Released State Department Documents Mention ‘Failed Pipeline Negotiations’ With The Taliban Right Before 9/11

did the documents also mention that pakistan had sanctions imposed on tham after the 1998 nuclear tests and they been sucking shit for 3 long yrs and had enough ?
did they mention in the report that bin laden is pakistan's little bitch as well ?

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PostSat Oct 16, 2010 4:47 am » by Ghost32


I just was doing some reading up on this and it would seem that the policy "Pakistan ‘will always support the Taliban’ has actually shifted regardless of what these agencies tell you, the bbc reported that internally the pakistani military are at war with the taliban in the war on terror, which for them is a holy war.The men of the Pakistani military are very upset with the way the taliban have infiltrated their country and how the rest of the world now percieves pakistan. There are many videos online where you can see pakistani military torturing taliban suspects and members.

I will also say that because of this infiltration there is also the possibility that these military men are part taliban too. It could all be propaganda if the taliban has infiltrated their government also.

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"BBC reports that Pakistani soldiers are seen apparently abusing Taliban suspects in a 10-minute video which has been posted on the social networking site, Facebook. The video would be the first clear proof of such abuse. It shows men in military uniform beating suspects as officers stand by giving instructions."

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A video evidence of Pakistani Army torturing Pakistani civilians has appeared on Facebook and YouTube, which is the strongest prove yet of claims by Human Rights and Missing Persons advocates that Pakistani Army is involved in kidnappings, torture and human rights abuses.

The video shows extremely disturbing and shameless scenes of army jawans torturing senior citizens, which are probably at the age of their grandfathers.

BBC reports that Pakistani soldiers are seen apparently abusing Taliban suspects in a 10-minute video which has been posted on the social networking site, Facebook. The video would be the first clear proof of such abuse. It shows men in military uniform beating suspects as officers stand by giving instructions.

It is not clear who shot the film or where. It appears to have been made recently, perhaps in the Swat valley.

Pakistans army has said it needs to examine the video before commenting.

Conversations heard on the video suggest it is recent. Troops recently declared they had largely cleared the Swat valley of insurgents after a sustained offensive there.

Human rights groups have accused the military of being involved in torture and extra-judicial killings in the region.
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PostSat Oct 16, 2010 5:02 am » by zinzana


that might be true to some extent but i was talking about the pre 9/11 era whice was a whole different movie all together
but even so i will never trust the musslims they will allways have eachother's back if u know what i mean
so the whole thing might be a deception and the musslims are very well known masters of that art lol



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