Taliban willing to establish relations with all nations except Israel

Chris

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Taliban willing to establish relations with all nations except Israel
Spokesman for terror group that has taken control of Afghanistan says it wants ties with all nations in the region, and even willing to cooperate with the US, but not Israel
By TOI staff and AFP

The Taliban are willing to establish ties with all countries except for Israel, a spokesman said Tuesday as the extremist group announced its new government after taking control of Afghanistan. Spokesman Suhail Shaheen told Russia’s Sputnik news that The Taliban were willing to work with the US after they swiftly toppled the 20-year-old Western-backed government last month just as President Joe Biden was completing a pullout to end America’s longest war.

“Yes, of course, in a new chapter if America wants to have a relation with us, which could be in the interest of both countries and both peoples, and if they want to participate in the reconstruction of Afghanistan, they are welcome”, Shaheen said. However, there was no chance for ties with Israel. “Of course, we won’t have any relation with Israel. We want to have relations with other countries, Israel is not among these countries,” Shaheen said.

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JamesSuth

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Interesting. The Taliban is anti West, but ultimately it is anti - Christ. And the West is anti - Christ. They are both on the same side, while the don't realise it. The Taliban, and Islam will continue to be against the West, and of course Christ. But I do wonder if after the rapture, while conflict will continue it will evaporate to a great extent as ultimately they are all following the same god with the same enemy - God, and Israel.
 

Jonathan

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This sick thing about this, and I am serious, there will be a lot of people in the West who don't have a good opinion of the Taliban, who will now probably see them in a "Better Light" on account of not establishing any relationship with Israel. In other words, their opinion of the Taliban will have ben elevated and they have a newfound admiration for them, even if the still stick to their guns that they disagree with the Taliban's purposes.
 

RobinB

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This sick thing about this, and I am serious, there will be a lot of people in the West who don't have a good opinion of the Taliban, who will now probably see them in a "Better Light" on account of not establishing any relationship with Israel. In other words, their opinion of the Taliban will have ben elevated and they have a newfound admiration for them, even if the still stick to their guns that they disagree with the Taliban's purposes.

Agree that is sick but probably very true.
 
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