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Reports Say Afghan Officials Met With Former Taliban Commander

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was captured in February 2010.Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was captured in February 2010.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was captured in February 2010.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was captured in February 2010.
According to media reports on August 12, Afghan government officials have held secret talks with detained former high-ranking Taliban commander Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar.

Reuters news agency cited Afghan national security adviser Rangin Spanta as saying the talks were held in Pakistan two months ago.

Baradar has been detained since he was captured in Karachi by U.S. and Pakistani forces in 2010.

Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik confirmed the meeting took place.

Baradar was a close associate of Taliban leader Mullah Muhammed Omar, and Afghan officials have expressed the hope he could play an important role in facilitating possible peace talks between the government and the Taliban.
Based on reporting by Reuters and the "Jerusalem Post" 
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by: khan from: uk bham
August 12, 2012 15:56
now the mighty superpower and powers are trying to save face and making every kind excuse to leave afg they know and tried to defeat the afgans pashtoons with every and i mean every high tech weapons you name it they used and thier so called brave special forces how many are coming back with post trumatic stress how many civilians have the killed by frustration bechouse they cannot beat the pashtoons admit defeat gracfully and admit that your weapons will not make you superior to any other race and admit that they are other races that are superior to you and serve justice and you will be loved by all every njustices will have reaction for peace to prevail justice must be served starting with the palistine ,iraq ,kashmire ,chechnia,burma ,guntanamo, iran,phalippens,ugires in china stop oppressing moslems around the the globe and peace will prevail

by: William from: Aragon
August 13, 2012 00:21
These types of statements have been made over the past several years and have proved to not deliver anything - the aim is to give hope to the US population. As the insurgency has maintained over the past 10 years, they will speak with the government of Afghanistan once all of the foreign occupiers have left. That will be in December 2014, and not before.

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