In Full: Taliban spokesperson on the future of Afghanistan


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In Full: Taliban spokesperson on the future of Afghanistan



The Taliban has met with Sky News to discuss the future of the country and about the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.

The Taliban spokesperson Dr Suhail Shaheen issued a stark warning about the withdrawal of troops from the country.

He told Sky’s Sally Lockwood: “It’s a red line. President Biden announced that on 31 August they would withdraw all their military forces. So if they extend it that means they are extending occupation while there is no need for that.”

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  1. The World Government's should now be prepared to help the new Afghan Government for the sake of Peace and the wellbeing of the people. This Nation has suffered through many wars and lost many souls. Tens of millions were killed well before the Russians invaded through internal fighting, Yet not one Country cared at that time. Now that the World's looking upon Afghanistan its time to help them to give peace a chance. Hopefully a little can be said about Afghanistan in the State of Union Address on the 15th September, God Willing.

  2. I don't think Afghans are leaving their country bcz they are afraid of Taliban. To be honest if Indians will be given the same opportunity they will show much more desparation than Afghan people to leave their country.

  3. Women of Afghanistan together with their men who care about them can raise the issue of forced veiling. Christian women fought for their rights themselves, so Muslim women can fight as well.

  4. if I was the Taliban I would adopt a stable crypto currency such as Ethereum and make money for the state via crypto mining and keep farming poppies. make money, build infrastructure

  5. Am the only one who feels like slapping this Taliban psycho? He's such a pathological liar. "They will lose nothing"
    Women have already lost so much. They've lost businesses, jobs, careers and are to be governed by chauvinistic islamists who live by outdated tribal values.

  6. The answer to her first question, should have been something like this,
    excuse me, The UK? I dont think the UK have the balls to ask for extension, so please let us just talk about the US only, dont bring the servants into our interview

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