Obama's "peace" partner, the Taliban, vows to continue to wage jihad
As Obama sniffs up the robes of the Taliban, they spit in America's face. Obama begs and the Taliban laughs. The legacy of Obama. The Taliban have been warring against US troops in Afghsnistan, slaughtering our soldiers, poisoning girls' schools, beheading anyone and everyone who does not adhere to pure Islam and no matter how monstrous the war crimes, Obama pursues these misanthropes with a blind religious fervor. Last week, Barack Obama used the NATO summit to press the Afghan leader Hamid Karzai to engage with greater urgency with the Taliban about a political settlement in Afghanistan...
Any American who is not appalled, profoundly embarrassed and disgusted by this president does not know what it means to be an American ( a result, no doubt, of the left hijacking public education.)
The National Unity and Anti-Foreign Military Base Front, a coalition of former Afghan jihadi leaders who fought against the USSR during the 1980s, has called upon the Afghan people to resist the U.S. occupation of Afghanistan, saying that the recently signed Afghan-U.S. Strategic Partnership Agreement would prolong the war in Afghanistan, according to an Afghan media report.
The Front is led by Engineer Ahmad Shah Ahmadzai, who is the leader of Iqtidar-e-Islami party in Afghanistan. Ahmadzai previously worked with former Afghan president Burhanuddin Rabbani and Ustad Abdul Rab Rasool Sayyaf. Formed about a year ago, the Front has organized conferences and seminars in Afghanistan.
On May 18, 2012, in Kabul, the National Unity and Anti-Foreign Military Base Front held a public meeting against foreign military bases in Afghanistan. The rally was addressed by Engineer Ahmad Shah Ahmadzai, leader of the National Unity and Anti-Foreign Military Base Front; Muhammad Zaman Muzamel, the deputy chief of the Front; Haji Muhammad Farid, a former member of Wolesi Jirga (the Afghan parliament); and others. The speakers strongly rejected the Afghan-U.S. Strategic Partnership Agreement, saying that the presence of foreign forces would provide the neighboring countries with an opportunity to interfere in Afghanistan's affairs. A resolution was later read aloud at the meeting. (...)