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The Taliban Flip-Flops on Hating America (and the World)

Much like Daesh has a robust Internet presence, so too does the Taliban, which even has its own website out in the open, conveniently available in multiple languages, including English. 515 more words

ISIS Khorasan on the verge of total collapse.

In the end of year 2014, a group of former TTP (Pakistani Taliban) members from Orakzai Agency, and Khyber Agency of Northwest Pakistan and local militants of the Nangarhar province of Northeast Afghanistan and the Saad bin Abi-Waqas Front of Logar Province of Afghanistan pledged allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, thus declaring a Wilayat of ISIS in Afghanistan and Pakistan (Khorasan). 672 more words

Afghanistan: Does the life & death of Mullah Umar matters?

Mullah Umar is the supreme commander of Taliban movement and he’s also the leader of Al-Qaeda, its affiliates, TTP, and several other groups worldwide who have given oath of allegiance to Mullah Omar. 992 more words

Mullah Mohammad Omar’s Eid al-Fitr Address for 2015


Time flies, and once again it is Eid al-Fitr, a time of rejoicing in the Muslim world in celebration of the end of the Ramadan fast, and the time of year when we expect to receive another missive issued in the name of Mullah Mohammad Omar, Amir-ul-Momineen, by the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), and indeed a new statement was made available on 15 July 2015, … 3,991 more words

Geopolitics And Geostrategy

Beijing & Taliban 'Peace Talks'

The actual substance of official statements is generally manure, but the discourse and circumstantial meaning are rich. In its latest flyer, the Taliban offer a bid for more informed speculation on the circulating rumors of ‘peace talks,’ its endogenous climate, and its sincerely insincere agenda. 681 more words



These are the assertions of Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesperson of the Islamic Emirate Of Afghanistan ~IEA | Taliban on the killings of 141 school children and their teachers: 157 more words

E-Learning Expert

this day in the yesteryear: The Taliban Captures Kabul (1996)

The Taliban Captures Kabul (1996)

During the chaotic period that followed the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan, a militia of Islamic fundamentalist students known as the Taliban became increasingly powerful. 49 more words