NATO and the West are pinned down in Afghanistan for almost a decade now, but who is ARMING the...
Talibans - Iran or Pakistan?
Most of the arms for the Taliban come from the former Afghan warlords of the Northern Alliance who have vast quantities of weapons, ironically, provided to them by the CIA in the 80's. The other main supplier is Iran. Weapons for the Taliban are smuggled across all borders. Even some in the Afghan government have been suspected of secretly supporting the Taliban. The Taliban will never be in danger of running out of weapons.
by Gary Anderson6 years ago
Thought you might be interested to know that the Taliban went to Texas in 1997, and then refused to build a pipeline talked about in the article below. Turns out, the US had motive to go to war in Afghanistan way before...
by ptosis13 months ago
Is this what Trump voters wanted?Trumpeteers wanted disruption, "drain the swamp," vanquish ISIS, and above all, bring back jobs. But he's talking about "low-life leakers" instead of renegotiating...
by Gary Anderson7 years ago
So what is your opinion? If you have research, post it. No one can understand what is going on in the world unless you understand this.
by Dave McClure9 years ago
------------------------------------------------------------KABUL, Afghanistan - President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan said yesterday that he is in full agreement with President Obama's newly announced strategy for the...
by Deb Hirt3 years ago
Will Pakistan actually be able to oust Taliban influence this time?
by BristolBoy8 years ago
With the news that a further 8 UK service personnel have died in Afghanistan in the last 24 hours it means that deaths in this war now exceed those due to the Iraq conflict. As a result calls are increasing for...
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