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Taliban Breaks Off ‘Negotiations’ With US

From Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s favorite media outlet, Al Jazeera:

Taliban suspends talks with US

Afghan group says in a statement that obstacles to talks was "shaky and erratic standpoints" of Americans.

15 Mar 2012

The Afghan Taliban have announced the suspension of all talks with the United States to seek an end to the ten year war.

"The Islamic Emirate [sic] has decided to suspend all talks with Americans taking place in Qatar from today onwards until the Americans clarify their stance on the issues concerned and until they show willingness in carrying out their promises instead of wasting time," the armed group said in a statement on Thursday.

The Taliban calls itself the "Islamic Emirate."

The statement said the US kept changing the terms of the negotiations, and had presented a "list of conditions" in their latest meeting that was in contradiction to with the ealier [sic] arrangements.

"The Americans initially agreed upon taking practical steps regarding the exchange of prisoners and to not oppose our political office but with the passage of time, they turned their backs on their promises," the statement said.

"An American representative presented a list of conditions in his latest meeting with the Islamic Emirate which were not only unacceptable but also in contradiction with the earlier agreed upon points."

Maybe the US is having second thoughts about giving the Taliban so much power and handing over so many top level terrorists to them. Especially, since even some Democrats are complaining about it. Or maybe the Taliban don’t feel like we are giving them enough money.

In any case, the Taliban know they are in the driver seat as long as Obama is in the White House.

This article was posted by Steve on Thursday, March 15th, 2012. Comments are currently closed.

2 Responses to “Taliban Breaks Off ‘Negotiations’ With US”

  1. P. Aaron says:

    State Dept. failed to agree on the shape & color of their prayer rug?

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