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Outlook Afghanistan, Afghanistan

The U.S. Must Pursue Mullah Omar as it did Osama bin Laden

 

"In order to bring peace to Afghanistan, the region and the world, the Taliban must be defeated. Like al-Qaeda, the Taliban must be expunged from Afghanistan. And like the Osama bin Laden, Taliban supreme leader Mullah Omar must also be found and targeted."

 

EDITORIAL

 

May 3, 2011

 

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Elusive Taliban leader Mullah Omar: Should the United States push on with its 'war on terror' until Omar, like his friend bin Laden, is history?

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Undoubtedly, the killing of Osama bin Laden is a huge achievement for America's fight against militancy, although it comes after almost a decade. Osama bin Laden's death means progress in regaining the public trust by the U.S. and its allies. We noted in the past the drastic drop in public support for the Afghan War. With the conflict headed in a completely vague direction, there has been tremendous pressure on Western governments to withdraw. Aside from the political benefit of bin Laden's death, the value of the U.S. dollar rose, as did stock indexes across the world.

 

After bin Laden's death, all experts maintain that the war on terror must continue until complete victory. The Taliban remain at large in Afghanistan and pose a serious threat to the lives of Afghanistan's peace-loving people. In order to bring peace to Afghanistan, the region and the world, the Taliban must be defeated. Like al-Qaeda, the Taliban must be expunged from Afghanistan. And like the Osama bin Laden, Taliban supreme leader Mullah Omar must also be found and targeted. For the people of Afghanistan, justice will not be completely done until the fate of Omar is the same as Osama's. Mullah Omar murdered thousands of Afghans and foreigners and destroyed Afghanistan. Whoever supports him and his followers is equally responsible for the blood that was shed and is being shed by the Taliban.

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Like bin Laden, Mullah Omar and many other Taliban have been successful in hiding themselves over the past ten years. But from time to time in Pakistan, Taliban leaders have been arrested or killed by Pakistani security forces. Mullah Abdul Ghani Brader's arrest last year is an example. There is a very good possibility that Mullah Omar, along with thousands of other Taliban, escaped to Pakistan's tribal areas and then moved to safer places. Criminals ultimately suffer the consequences of their acts. This is the iron rule of nature proven throughout history: Hopefully, the same will happen to Mullah Omar and justice will be fully done.

 

 

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El Pais, Spain: Obama 'Decapitates' the al-Qaeda Hydra
Folha, Brazil: Bin Laden's 'Second Death'
Folha, Brazil: Death Won't Kill Osama's Violent Ways or Speech
Dawn, Pakistan: The Urgent Importance of Showing 'Mutual Respect'
The Independent, U.K.: Killing of bin Laden 'Huge Blow' to Islamist Terror
The Telegraph, U.K.: OBITUARY: Osama bin Laden
Telegraph, U.K.: Taliban Commander Vows to Avenge bin Laden's Death
Guardian, U.K.: Hamas Praises bin Laden as Holy Warrior
Telegraph, U.K.: Death of bin Laden is Rough Justice, Wild West-Style
Dawn, Pakistan:
Pakistanis Hold Rally in Honor of bin Laden
Dawn, Pakistan: Pakistan Asks U.S. Envoy to Avoid bin Laden 'Spin'

Xinhua. China: Six Children and Two Wives of bin Laden Arrested By Pakistan
Daily Star, Lebanon: Prime Minister Hariri: 'Bin Laden Got What He Deserved'

Daily Star, Lebanon: Lebanese Muslim Preachers Hail Osama for U.S. Attack

 

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[Posted by WORLDMEETS.US May 3, 5:48pm]

 

 

 

 







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