Afghanistan To Release 400 Hard Core Taliban Fighters

skews13

Platinum Member
Joined
Mar 18, 2017
Messages
3,917
Reaction score
1,407
Points
360
Afghanistan will release 400 “hard-core” Taliban detainees to kick off peace negotiations between the government and the militant group, Reuters reported.

Members of Afghanistan’s Loya Jirga assembly on Sunday approved the release, which the Taliban demanded before joining talks.

“In order to remove an obstacle, allow the start of the peace process and an end of bloodshed, the Loya Jirga approves the release of 400 Taliban,” the assembly said in a resolution, according to Reuters.


“Today, I will sign the release order of these 400 prisoners,” President Ashraf Ghani said shortly after the resolution passed.



 
OP
skews13

skews13

Platinum Member
Joined
Mar 18, 2017
Messages
3,917
Reaction score
1,407
Points
360
Afghanistan will release 400 “hard-core” Taliban detainees to kick off peace negotiations between the government and the militant group, Reuters reported.

Members of Afghanistan’s Loya Jirga assembly on Sunday approved the release, which the Taliban demanded before joining talks.

“In order to remove an obstacle, allow the start of the peace process and an end of bloodshed, the Loya Jirga approves the release of 400 Taliban,” the assembly said in a resolution, according to Reuters.


“Today, I will sign the release order of these 400 prisoners,” President Ashraf Ghani said shortly after the resolution passed.



I wonder how much bounty money they’re going to collect?

400 more anonymous donors to the Trump campaign.
 

CrusaderFrank

Diamond Member
Joined
May 20, 2009
Messages
114,565
Reaction score
26,620
Points
2,220
Location
Location, location
Afghanistan will release 400 “hard-core” Taliban detainees to kick off peace negotiations between the government and the militant group, Reuters reported.

Members of Afghanistan’s Loya Jirga assembly on Sunday approved the release, which the Taliban demanded before joining talks.

“In order to remove an obstacle, allow the start of the peace process and an end of bloodshed, the Loya Jirga approves the release of 400 Taliban,” the assembly said in a resolution, according to Reuters.


“Today, I will sign the release order of these 400 prisoners,” President Ashraf Ghani said shortly after the resolution passed.



Thanks, Obama!
 

HaShev

Gold Member
Joined
Jun 19, 2009
Messages
11,078
Reaction score
1,647
Points
265
Afghanistan will release 400 “hard-core” Taliban detainees to kick off peace negotiations between the government and the militant group, Reuters reported.

Members of Afghanistan’s Loya Jirga assembly on Sunday approved the release, which the Taliban demanded before joining talks.

“In order to remove an obstacle, allow the start of the peace process and an end of bloodshed, the Loya Jirga approves the release of 400 Taliban,” the assembly said in a resolution, according to Reuters.


“Today, I will sign the release order of these 400 prisoners,” President Ashraf Ghani said shortly after the resolution passed.



Did DeBlasio move to Afghanistan? Don't they learn anything from our blunders?
 

New Topics

Most reactions - Past 7 days

Forum List

Top