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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 9/17/2001 9:20:20 PM EST
They just answered Pakistan and the rest of the world. They will not hand over Bin Laden, they have declared Jihad against us. The SHTF today I'll bet.
Link Posted: 9/17/2001 10:14:17 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/18/2001 9:07:02 AM EST by Sweep]
This was heard here on the USA FOX news, but CNN is downplaying it, saying the **** are ready to surrender Bin Laden under their rules. All though these wankers are nuts, they are shitting their pants I reckon. As Yamamoto said, we have awoken a sleeping giant! You better fucken believe it! We are with you all, as is the free world Regards, 1feral1 Sydney [blue]Edited to take out the racial slur[/blue]
Link Posted: 9/17/2001 10:52:05 PM EST
Let us member this the Taliban government love this guy he gives millions of dollars to there cause. The people of this country love Bin Laden. It is there custom and part of there religion that if someone is a guest in there country ,home they must protect them. Now if the Taliban government has to chose what side of the double edge sword they want to go down. On one side they have the U.S.A. on the other there own people.
Link Posted: 9/17/2001 11:10:29 PM EST
Let me get this straight, after decades of having their asses kicked one way or the other by Israel, after having their asses kicked once again by the United States in the Gulf War, we are seriously expecting that the extremists that are now running Afghanistan are possibly considering surrendering Bin Laden? The hero of their latest intifadah? Their greatest success story to date? Surrendering him to the Great Satan? Not a friggin' chance! Not a snowball's chance in Kabul (ground zero)! Eric The(BeLikeUsSurrenderingGen.SwarzkopfToHussein!)Hun[>]:)]
Link Posted: 9/17/2001 11:34:10 PM EST
[url]http://www.itar-tass.com/newsdir.htm[/url].URGENT - Taliban comes up with terms of dumping Bin Laden. ISLAMABAD (Itar-Tass) - Afghanistan's radical Islamic movement Taliban at its negotiations with Pakistan's delegation has come up with terms of extraditing Osama bin Laden, the Saudi millionnaire implicated in coordinating the recent attack on the U.S., apart from earlier acts of terror. They demanded that Bin Laden be tried in a neutral country. The other terms were the lifting of the sanctions against Afghanistan, stopping assistance and arm deliveries to the Northern alliance of troops confronting Taliban and activation of economic assistance to Afghanistan. Two members of the Pakistani delegation, which was led by intelligence service chief Mahmud Ahmad, left Afghanistan's city of Qandahar on Monday after two-hour talks with Taliban's leader, Mullah Omar. They returned to Islamabad for consultations with the American side. News agencies said Pakistan's representatives were to come to Afghanistan's capital Kabul later in the day with an American answer. Afghanistan's shura, or the council of theologists and elders from all provinces, will decide Bin Laden's fate pending the answer from Islamabad. (c) 1996-2001 ITAR-TASS. All rights reserved.
Link Posted: 9/18/2001 7:22:03 AM EST
Bin Laden is not a "guest." That is just their terminology for Mujaheddin who fight with them. They cannot afford to lose those fighters and if he goes that is in some danger. Most likely he spent his inherited fortune and is now making $$ off of heroin smuggling. Like the rest of the Taliban. BTW They gave him an official promotion to a high position in the their government's war effort. Was only a few days before the terrorist attacks and reported in foreign newspapers. I haven't seen this on tv however.
Link Posted: 9/18/2001 7:30:40 AM EST
It didn't matter if they turned him over or not, the world as they knew it has ended. We have put up with this trash long enough. Remember to dip bullet's in pork fat for less barrel wear and other nice thought's. [smoke]
Link Posted: 9/18/2001 7:34:11 AM EST
The only good Taliban is a dead one.
Link Posted: 9/18/2001 7:46:03 AM EST
At this point I don't want Afghanistan to hand over Bin Laden. What our George wants to accomplish is framed in a much larger picture. Bin Laden is a bit player after last week. The real evil we want to neutralize is much larger. Don't be distracted by the Bin Laden sideshow. Being a creature of our own making, Bin Laden is a true Frankenstein, but we have larger fish to fry now. Arock out.
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