Those who despise us stand and greet us today

Sunday, December 27, 2020

 Those who despise us stand and greet us today

Donald Trump called me, after 35 minutes I hung up, found Abdul Ghani

  • QUETTA: The name of those who stand firm in history lives on. Success or victory is never decorated on a plate but it has to be irrigated with blood and when your goal is to make money For this, the morale should be as high as the Himalayas. If you do not surrender, your Shimla will never come down.
  • These are not all biblical stories, but the stories of the Afghan warriors who have money before our eyes. The warriors whom America used to call brave would file like ants have been forced to suffocate and flee today. In an informal conversation with media representatives at the Quetta-based Afghan Refugee Education Institute, the Afghan Taliban leaders said that despite the blessings of jihad, the enemy has not overwhelmed us despite pushing hard for 20 years. And today the great leaders are forced to negotiate with us.
  • Mullah Abdul Ghani, head of the Afghan Taliban's negotiating team, said those who despised us until yesterday stood up and welcomed the Taliban delegation today. He made it clear that talks could not take place as long as Afghan airspace was under the control of the United States and its allies. And this conversation goes on for a long time.
  • He said that once the president of the so-called superpower, Trump, called him and that call was so long that after 35 minutes he got bored and hung up. On the other hand,  a UN agency, has signed an agreement with the Afghan Taliban to open 4,000 hospitals, colleges and schools, and this is a direct agreement in which the Afghan government has no involvement.
  • The agreement also states that UNICEF intends to work more closely with the Afghan Taliban in the future. The World Health Organization (WHO) has also entered into a direct agreement with the Afghan Taliban under which The health department and the Afghan Taliban will jointly build educational institutions and hospitals. The Afghan government will have no role in this second agreement either. This work will be completed between the Afghan Taliban, UNICEF and the WHO.


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