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    #16
    Taliban has taken the Doab district in Afghanistan which is the fifth district that has been captured by the Taliban in just 48 hours.

    Since the May 1, US withdrawal, Taliban attacks have risen with 7 districts falling to them. Click image for larger version

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      #17
      I think Pakistan should try to negotiate the release of Aafia Siddiqui one more time. Or at least tell the public what does the US want in return if a deal is not possible.

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        #18
        The Afghan official called Pakistan a brothel house and is upset with Pakistan over its dealings with Taliban. I think Pak is making a pact to support the Afghan govt, if that is true the Taliban will turn on them and may cause havok in Pak. Aafia made a choice to be a terrorist and a combatant. Why should Pak invest in her release?

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          #19
          Originally posted by Bobby1 View Post
          The Afghan official called Pakistan a brothel house and is upset with Pakistan over its dealings with Taliban. I think Pak is making a pact to support the Afghan govt, if that is true the Taliban will turn on them and may cause havok in Pak. Aafia made a choice to be a terrorist and a combatant. Why should Pak invest in her release?
          Afghanistan's Hamdullah Muhib's angry outburst against Pakistan gave me a strange sense of relief. Poor guy is seeing his imaginary world crumbling all around. His countrymen see him as a traitor while his handlers don’t need his services anymore. Makes me wonder if he is going to apply for asylum in India and is trying to make them happy.

          As far as Afia Siddiqui is concerned, most Pakistanis don’t agree with your characterization and want to see her released. That’s why Pakistan should try to negotiate a deal for her release one more time. Or at least get some concessions for her, such as spending the rest of her sentence in house arrest in Pakistan. Otherwise let the public know what the US is asking in return if a deal is not possible.

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            #20
            Originally posted by decentGuy View Post

            Afghanistan's Hamdullah Muhib's angry outburst against Pakistan gave me a strange sense of relief. Poor guy is seeing his imaginary world crumbling all around. His countrymen see him as a traitor while his handlers don’t need his services anymore. Makes me wonder if he is going to apply for asylum in India and is trying to make them happy.

            As far as Afia Siddiqui is concerned, most Pakistanis don’t agree with your characterization and want to see her released. That’s why Pakistan should try to negotiate a deal for her release one more time. Or at least get some concessions for her, such as spending the rest of her sentence in house arrest in Pakistan. Otherwise let the public know what the US is asking in return if a deal is not possible.
            You are right, Afghan govt may fall and they
            Will deal with govt official viciously.
            In case of Aafia, I don’t think Generals are interested. They are more interested in monies and Visas.

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              #21
              Originally posted by Bobby1 View Post
              The Afghan official called Pakistan a brothel house and is upset with Pakistan over its dealings with Taliban. I think Pak is making a pact to support the Afghan govt, if that is true the Taliban will turn on them and may cause havok in Pak. Aafia made a choice to be a terrorist and a combatant. Why should Pak invest in her release?
              Okay for the sake of the argument let's suppose afia was a combatant and US captured her from Taliban camps at Tora Bora lol, so what? Was not Raymond Davis a murderer? And still US gov went on to get him released from our Jail? We should do the same and should not leave our daughter at enemies' place. If your daughter commits a crime in alberta and gets slapped 80 years jail term, will you disown her ? Or will you strive hard to get her released?
              The fact is, she was never a combatant and was kidnapped from Karachi Pakistan.
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                #22
                Originally posted by Pakistani Prince View Post

                Okay for the sake of the argument let's suppose afia was a combatant and US captured her from the camps of Taliban at Tora Bora lol, so what? Was not Raymond Davis a murderer? And still US gov went on to get him released from our Jail? We should do the same and should not leave our daughter at enemies' place. If your daughter commits a crime in alberta and gets slapped 80 years jail term, will you disown her ? Or will you strive hard to get her released?
                The fact is, she was never a combatant and was kidnapped from Karachi Pakistan.
                Releasing Raymond Davies was the most cowardly, sell out act and puts our heads down in Shame. No other nation would have done that! Our brave Generals were very active in his release. Even if my kids were mass murderers I would still love them, it is my life principle to unconditionally love my children. My love will not put them above law or above natural order. I have drilled into my kids heads that life is not fair and make rational and logical decision. When one engages in a combat with someone a billion times more powerful the consequences are clear. I am disappointed that the girls who left west to marry ISIS have lost their citizenship and that is more unfair. Law does not treat women different, not in Pak, not in west. The females in Pak arrested in Pak on false blasphemy charges are daughters also, Bangladeshi women were also daughters, Baloch women are daughters also, Yemeni women are daughters also, so why special consideration for Aaafia. She had shot at a US soldier. Aaafias parents should not disown her but the terrorists she represents have killed many innocent women and children in Pak. Do you remember the school attack?

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                  bob there are alot of misconceptions in your post which i am not going to adress, since i have done that many times in the past. Let me make it easier for you, we want her released at any cost, deal with it!

                #23
                Taliban have announced general amnesty for Afghans, with certain conditions, who worked against them. I hope it leads to peace in Afghanistan, rather than a "peace process".

                But I still don't see the US withdrawing as they've been baiting and switching for last several years. In case someone doesn't notice, the following news is from 2013:

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                  #24
                  On one side I want to standby the principle that Pakistan should not get in the middle of their internal war rather focus on its own issues economy etc.

                  But when i see Indians and afghanis plotting against Pak and working mutually to isolate and destroy Pak, I would say go for it. Lets switch the regime and see how it works out for India
                  Attitude is more important than facts.
                  "Life is 10% what happens to us..and 90% of how we react to it"

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                    #25
                    Best option would be if China could somehow co-opt Afghanistan into CPEC as the other case is the worst case scenario.

                    Taliban or ghani or that brothel guy all end up in Pakistan when **** hits the fan in Afghanistan. It isn't like Afghans are educated unlike Syrians whom Germany and Canada among other western countries eagerly took in after 2011. I don't believe that India has damaged Pakistan as much as "islamic brothers" from Afghanistan.

                    I know Pasha and other jiyalas love the quota system and socialism but that and afghan mess from eighties onwards has really ****ed up Pakistan. People blame corruption but India was corrupt even before Modi yet was able to progress through its private sector. Of course, Rajiv and nehru / fake gandhi indhira paid attention to education centers like IIT unlike Pakistan where madarsas were promoted over actual schools.

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