Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Top Taliban Join Peace Talks With NATO Help

If you were one of the NATO Soldiers flying these asswipes to the Quetta shura, How hard would it be NOT to Put a bullet in their Heads?

I see nothing but regrets coming out of this !

High-level talks to end the war in Afghanistan reportedly involve face-to-face discussions with the most senior Taliban commanders, who have secretly left their sanctuaries in Pakistan with the help of NATO forces.

The talks between Afghan President Hamid Karzai's closest circle and members of the Quetta shura, the Taliban leadership, also include leaders of the Haqqani network, a hard-line Afghan militant group, and Peshawar shura, a group of fighters from eastern Afghanistan, The New York Times reported.

Some leaders of the Quetta shura who oversee the Taliban war effort in Afghanistan have left their havens in Pakistan aboard NATO aircraft to attend the talks on explicit assurance that they would be protected, the paper said. Others had roads into the country cleared by allied forces.

Last week it was revealed that NATO was providing safe passage to Taliban commanders engaged in settlement talks, the clearest sign yet that the U.S. takes Kabul's discussions with the insurgents seriously.

"When the Taliban see that they can travel in the country without being attacked by the Americans, they see that the government is sovereign, that they can trust us," an Afghan official was quoted as saying.

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