The leader of The Taliban in Afghanistan is a one eyed individual called "Mullah Omar".
The Taliban were in alliance with Osama Bin Laden, and they gave him refuge in Afghanistan.
I dont know who the head of The Taliban is in Pakistan, perhaps it is the same person.
by DrNaj7 years ago
What is the mission of US military in Afghanistan?
by pisean2823117 years ago
does it matter to general americans that whether bin laden gets captured or not?..if yes are americans ready to keep usa army in afghanistan for time till bin laden gets captured?
by Deb Hirt3 years ago
Will Pakistan actually be able to oust Taliban influence this time?
by TimTurner8 years ago
Most of you know I am very critical of Obama but it looks like he is going to send about 20,000 to 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan which is what needs to be done. At least, that is the rumor on the street.For...
by Marwan Asmar6 years ago
The Americans went into the compound, and shot Bin Laden point plank under the noses of the Pakistanis. Is this a fair assessment?
by larryfreeman8 years ago
What should the US policy be toward Pakistan?Pakistan with its nuclear weapons is one of the hot spots in civil unrest. Deadly bombings, assassinations, and battles between the Taliban and government troops are...
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