Taliban leader urges to stop fighting against IS * militants in Afghanistan

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The leader of the radical Taliban * movement in Afghanistan, Moulavi Haybatullah Akhunzada, ordered his supporters to stop fighting against militants of the terrorist group "Islamic State *," 1TV News reported, citing an official in the country's security forces.

Taliban leader urges to stop fighting against IS * militants in Afghanistan


According to him, this happened about 10 days ago during a meeting of the Taliban leadership in one of the districts of Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan.

In addition to Ahunzad, members of Quetta Shura (Taliban leadership, based in Quetta, Pakistan) and representatives of movements from various parts of Afghanistan attended the meeting. Akhunzada spoke in favor of ending the confrontation with the IG, declaring “common goals,” the channel said.

There were clashes between the Taliban * and the IG * in the past. At the end of April, the media reported the death of more than 90 militants on both sides during clashes between militant groups. At the same time, Islamic State militants * killed one of the high-ranking leaders of the radical Taliban * in the city of Peshawar in north-western Pakistan, reports RIA News.

Islamic State (IG) Taliban * - terrorist groups banned in Russia.
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  1. +24
    October 7 2017
    Hand washes
    Crow does not pick out the crow
    1. +7
      October 7 2017
      Are you talking about the news, or the television channel that announced this news? I would not have trusted such "news" from the television channel. But if this still takes place, you will not envy the Afghan leadership.
      Quote: Some Compote
      Hand washes
      Crow does not pick out the crow
      1. +18
        October 7 2017
        This is me about ISIS and the Taliban
        About brothers in arms, ideology and criminal essence
        1. +17
          October 7 2017
          You forgot the third character of the Yankee criminal trinity .. Yes
          Quote: Some Compote
          This is me about ISIS and the Taliban
          About brothers in arms, ideology and criminal essence
          1. +9
            October 7 2017
            Quote: 210ox
            You forgot the third character of the Yankee criminal trinity ..

            This is my own father. somehow it’s inconvenient to call him
            1. +2
              October 7 2017
              Quote: LSA57
              Quote: 210ox
              You forgot the third character of the Yankee criminal trinity ..

              This is my own father. somehow it’s inconvenient to call him

              Yes, it is, in one person, and dad, and mom, and the nanny are caring ...
              1. +6
                October 7 2017
                Quote: Nikolai Fedorov
                Yes, it is, in one person, and dad, and mom, and the nanny are caring ...

                and a woman and a nurse. like a mother hen, always hide under the wing
        2. +13
          October 7 2017
          Taliban leader urges to stop fighting against IS * militants in Afghanistan

          There is a clear pumping up by the ISIS fighters. The United States is eager to create another threat to Russia. Even the Taliban were drawn into the case. Although the United States did not really fight the Taliban in Afghanistan, they showed one semblance of struggle while sitting in their garrisons. And the Taliban leaders have always been accountable to the United States.
        3. +5
          October 7 2017
          Here it is not necessary to confuse soft with warm.
          Yes, the Taliban do not shy away from terrorist attacks, the militants who founded it fought with the armed forces of the USSR in Afghanistan. With all due respect to the Afghan warriors (who actually accomplished the feats), the Soviet leadership committed a crime by invading Afghanistan. And these militants defended their homeland. And now they are fighting against the USA.
          And ISIS is a terrorist organization with the goal of seizing power and killing / making slaves of all dissenters. So THESE ARE DIFFERENT MOTIONS. I don’t know if it’s true that the Taliban stopped fighting ISIS. Now, at the very end of the war, this is not important. The Taliban fought at the very peak of the power of ISIS, and this is enough, he contributed to the victory.
          1. +1
            October 7 2017
            Quote: Shurik70
            from not to be confused soft with warm.
            Yes, the Taliban do not shy away from terrorist attacks, the militants who founded it fought with the armed forces of the USSR in Afghanistan. With all due respect to the Afghan warriors (who actually accomplished the feats), the Soviet leadership committed a crime by invading Afghanistan. And these militants defended their homeland. And now they are fighting against the USA.

            That's right Shurik! This is every kind of liberals, who sings about the Taliban!
            They are still tough against drugs ..! And for this they do not like drug addicts around the world ...
          2. +10
            October 7 2017
            Quote: Shurik70
            Yes, the Taliban do not shy away from terrorist attacks,

            So the Taliban is a terror organization created by the Americans. ISIS is exactly the same.
            The USSR did not commit any crime - do not repeat the fabrications of local Russophobic liars of a liberal color and their curators from the USA.
            1. +4
              October 7 2017
              Quote: badens1111
              USSR did not commit any crime

              well, did not commit. did a lot of good there. but why then began to fight? or is it a fabrication? because in one fell swoop everything good was crossed out
              1. +12
                October 7 2017
                Quote: LSA57
                but why then began to fight?

                Who started the fight? At least you bothered to fill the gaps in your knowledge .. Americans through their "pupils" started the war there.
                Or willows really believe that the USSR needed a war?
                And then, do not forget, the Army won the war there, but the mediocre clown Gorbachev and Shevardnadze all nullified.
                The American side, although it did not actually participate in the conflict, actively financed the Mujahideen. The Islamists had weapons purchased in the West. Thus, in fact, the cold confrontation between the two political systems received a new front, which became the Afghan war. The course of the war was briefly covered in all world media. The CIA organized several training and educational camps in neighboring Pakistan where Afghan mujahideen (dushmans) were trained. Islamists, in addition to American funding, received money from drug trafficking. In the 80s, this country became the world leader in the production of heroin and opium. Often the purpose of Soviet operations was precisely the destruction of these industries.
                1. +5
                  October 7 2017
                  Quote: badens1111
                  Who started the fight? At least you bothered to fill the gaps in your knowledge .. Americans through their "pupils" started the war there.

                  made up for. I repeat my point of view again. no need to get involved. they didn’t touch us there.
                  1. +5
                    October 7 2017
                    Quote: LSA57
                    Quote: badens1111
                    Who started the fight? At least you bothered to fill the gaps in your knowledge .. Americans through their "pupils" started the war there.

                    made up for. I repeat my point of view again. no need to get involved. they didn’t touch us there.

                    Hmmm ... and you read it again and learn a lot of new things for yourself.
                    1. This is a well-played scene of the Anglo-Saxons, which signaled that there would be Anglo-Saxons / NATO.
                    2. The leadership of the USSR absolutely did not want to get in and got in only because of reinsurance and the fact that they believed the dramatization.
                    3. And why now are we actively helping Tajiks and, to some extent, Turkmens, to strengthen their borders by protecting their southern borders?
                    1. +4
                      October 7 2017
                      Quote: Scoun
                      2. The leadership of the USSR absolutely did not want to get into it

                      The opinion of the leadership of the USSR was mixed. In fact, it was proposed to withdraw troops immediately after helping Karmal.
              2. +6
                October 7 2017
                Quote: LSA57
                Quote: badens1111
                USSR did not commit any crime

                well, did not commit. did a lot of good there. but why then began to fight? or is it a fabrication? because in one fell swoop everything good was crossed out

                Would you like to continue to indiscriminately scream the USSR and praise the freedom fighters against the USSR? Then, for a start, change the picture and remove the St. George ribbon with a star.
                1. +5
                  October 7 2017
                  Quote: Nikolai Fedorov
                  Do you want to continue to swindle the USSR indiscriminately

                  and where such fantasies come from? whom did I grovel ???? develop eyes !!!
                  Quote: Nikolai Fedorov
                  Then, for a start, change the picture and remove the St. George ribbon with a star.

                  not for you to teach !!!! I have two grandfathers fought in the Second World War. one did not return. it’s you, with your bullshit and uriapatriotism of the USSR’s memory, who have done more harm. I am sick for the loss of the USSR no less than others. I expressed my point of view !!!!!
                  1. +5
                    October 7 2017
                    Quote: LSA57
                    Quote: Nikolai Fedorov
                    Do you want to continue to swindle the USSR indiscriminately

                    and where such fantasies come from? whom did I grovel ???? develop eyes !!!

                    The USSR is our state in which we lived, and now we live in its continuation - in Russia, which is the legal successor. Blaming the USSR, you are blaming Russia. The USSR did not start the war in Afghanistan. The USSR acted in accordance with the current situation. Walking along your path, you can sing in unison with the Anglo-Saxons and accuse the USSR of starting a war with Finland and then the Second World War.
                    Quote: LSA57
                    Quote: Nikolai Fedorov
                    Then, for a start, change the picture and remove the St. George ribbon with a star.

                    not for you to teach !!!! I have two grandfathers fought in the Second World War. one did not return.

                    It is for me to teach. I fought a lot. And I do not want my country under any circumstances.
                    Scolding your country publicly is like scolding your wife publicly. What kind of man are you if you publicly harass your wife? You can tell your wife something bitter only to her personally. But in public - no, no.
                    Aren't you ashamed of grandfathers?
                    Quote: LSA57
                    it’s you, with your bullshit and uriapatriotism of the USSR’s memory, who have done more harm. I am sick for the loss of the USSR no less than others.

                    Are you ill for the loss of the USSR and therefore decided to scold him?
                    Quote: LSA57
                    I expressed my point of view !!!!!

                    Bulked, as a rule, are eager to express their point of view, because they learned well from Navalny about human rights, while forgetting about human obligations. You do not seem to be suitable for age in bulk ... What attracted you to that side?
                  2. +1
                    October 8 2017
                    Quote: LSA57
                    I am sick for the loss of the USSR no less than others. I expressed my point of view !!!!!

                    So the departure from Afghanistan was one of the reasons for the collapse of the USSR, you are not a fan of the collapse of the USSR, you are happy about this event, the collapse of the USSR is a holiday for you.
                    1. +1
                      October 8 2017
                      One of the reasons for the collapse of the USSR was the ARRIVAL in Afghanistan. For ten years of the war, the USSR lost 26 thousand people there. But the numbers were hidden, and rumors inflated losses to tens of thousands annually. The people were tired of hearing about the losses that for some reason had to be paid for the abstract "international debt." So the people welcomed Gorbachev and Perestroika in particular because of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
                      By the way, WITHDRAWAL from Afghanistan, like ARRIVAL, was also a crime. We practically threw to death those who trusted and helped us. It was necessary to get away from there, but not immediately, but gradually, preparing the locals to take their place and reconciling with the Taliban.
                      1. +1
                        October 8 2017
                        Quote: Shurik70
                        For ten years of the war, the USSR lost 26 thousand people there.

                        On the roads more dies per year, all this could not cause the collapse of the USSR.
                        Quote: Shurik70
                        We almost threw to death those

                        Yes, our army whom we left there is absolutely not important. Having left Afghanistan, we did not stop our participation in the war, we only moved the front line closer to us, the war moved to our territory precisely because of our withdrawal from Afghanistan, and this was one of the reasons for the collapse of the USSR.
                      2. 0
                        October 8 2017
                        Quote: Setrac

                        More deaths per year on the roads, all this could not cause the collapse of the USSR

                        Served. It's one thing when a person dies by accident. And quite another - when young guys are thrown into a meaningless meat grinder.
                        Quote: Setrac

                        Yes, our army whom we left there is absolutely not important. Leaving Afghanistan ... we only moved the front line closer to us

                        First, the terrorists came to us AFTER the collapse of the USSR, and not from Afghanistan, but fed by the USA and the Saudis.
                        And secondly and main NEVER ANYTHING FOR ANYTHING. You can deceive enemies. But even they cannot be betrayed. This is what distinguishes man from evil, Russian from Anglo-Saxon.
          3. 0
            October 8 2017
            Quote: Shurik70
            Soviet leadership committed a crime by invading Afghanistan

            The leadership of the USSR committed a crime by leaving Afghanistan.
            1. 0
              October 8 2017
              Yes. Both coming and leaving.
              1. 0
                October 8 2017
                Quote: Shurik70
                Yes. Both coming and leaving.

                I do not discuss spherical horses, especially in a wowum.
      2. +7
        October 7 2017
        Dmitry, salute! Something I did not "eat", the connection of the Taliban and the Islamic State (with their striped) friends ...
        I don’t think that the Taliban will forgive the striped death of Mullah Mansur and the son of Akhunzada, 23-year-old Abd al-Rahman, who was shot by the striped in a car near Helmand
        1. +4
          October 7 2017
          Konstantin hi Defenders will arrange anything in Central Asia (and this can be said by our “soft underbelly” according to Churchill) and go to an alliance with anyone. If only against Russia.
          Quote: Solomon Kane
          Dmitry, salute! Something I did not "eat", the connection of the Taliban and the Islamic State (with their striped) friends ...
          I don’t think that the Taliban will forgive the striped death of Mullah Mansur and the son of Akhunzada, 23-year-old Abd al-Rahman, who was shot by the striped in a car near Helmand
    2. +4
      October 7 2017
      There are ravens there that pierce a hand with a beak, and one’s eyes easily increase one another! !!
    3. +1
      October 8 2017
      Quote: Some Compote
      Hand washes
      Crow does not pick out the crow


      Taliban leader urges to stop fighting against IS * militants in Afghanistan


      Still worse. I would venture to suggest that the Macingon macaques nevertheless bought an ISIS pass to Central Asia from the Taliban. And the Kurds will take the place of Nusra and ISIS. Bad, very bad. So this year the war in Syria will not end. hi
  2. +4
    October 7 2017
    If they agree to act together, then this is very bad news for all of us. For NATO, for the countries of Central Asia and for Russia too. The Taliban did not manage to defeat anyone, neither the USSR nor the USA, but this does not mean that they will be so lucky forever. We need to be prepared for everything.
    1. +3
      October 7 2017
      Only this “together” will be like “in place”, indicating this place, and not having united efforts, because the owner needs to pit them between themselves from time to time. hi
    2. +3
      October 7 2017
      Quote: Orel
      The Taliban did not manage to defeat anyone, neither the USSR nor the USA, but this does not mean that they will be so lucky forever.

      If no one was able to defeat them, then they were not so needed. If they will fight on their land with some kind of enemy. then they will be lucky. If they rush to us, it may be demolished to "dog celery" ... belay
      PS ISIS was also considered invincible ...
    3. +3
      October 7 2017
      come on . The USSR, when it even left, left a fully working state, which for some time completely ruled the country. The USSR pursued a quite adequate and exemplary policy with respect to motley tribes and, poorly, poorly, most of them at least showed neutrality. The war against the USSR was fought by the United States and Pakistan, by the hands of brainless youth. And if no one intervened, a peaceful life would have been established in Afghanistan ... However
      1. 0
        October 7 2017
        Quote: AwaZ
        when he even left, he left a fully working state, which for some time completely ruled the country.


        A state that has collapsed under the pressure of Taliban partisans cannot be viable. If this is a "viable" state, then the world is clearly not all right ...
        1. 0
          October 7 2017
          if only partisans, however these partisans were supported by several not poor states. Do you even know where this Taliban was originally formed and who are its creators?
          1. 0
            October 7 2017
            Quote: AwaZ
            if only partisans, however these partisans were supported by several not poor states. Do you even know where this Taliban was originally formed and who are its creators?


            It does not matter. The Taliban, essentially without heavy weapons, really defeated the government and the army. In fact, it all just fell apart at some point. Locals themselves did not want to fight the Taliban. Here is the result. Foreign support here does not play any decisive role. Nobody ever believed in socialism in Afghanistan and didn’t even understand what it was like to obey such a government and very few naturally wanted to die for it.
        2. 0
          October 8 2017
          Quote: Orel
          A state that collapsed under the pressure of Taliban partisans

          The state collapsed under the pressure of Western intelligence services, as well as Yugoslavia, Libya and others and others.
          The Third Reich also collapsed - also in your opinion a weak, non-viable state?
          1. 0
            October 8 2017
            Quote: Setrac
            The state collapsed under the pressure of Western intelligence services, as well as Yugoslavia, Libya and others and others.
            The Third Reich also collapsed - also in your opinion a weak, non-viable state?


            I do not agree. Yugoslavia collapsed due to ethnic conflicts that have been there for hundreds of years. That appeared, then faded. The example of the Third Reich is not very applicable here. The Third Reich cannot be attributed to partisan formations.
            1. 0
              October 8 2017
              Quote: Orel
              The example of the Third Reich is not very applicable here.

              One to one - the state is falling apart under external influence.
  3. +1
    October 7 2017
    Neither the USSR, and now the USA, could not clean Afghanistan.
    1. +1
      October 7 2017
      But Israel? Well, at least try to be able to.
      Quote: Belyash
      Neither the USSR, and now the USA, could not clean Afghanistan.
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        1. +2
          October 7 2017
          Belyash, what are you doing? smile
    2. +5
      October 7 2017
      Belyash - from what to clean, from the mountains? fool Unlike your friends in the USSR, there are a lot of things I’ve built there! sad
    3. +1
      October 7 2017
      Quote: Belyash
      Neither the USSR, and now the USA, could not clean Afghanistan.


      the question is from whom or from what? as for the USA, the visible result of their “activity” is the multiply increased flow of drugs hi
  4. +4
    October 7 2017
    Looking for someone who benefits from this, you will inappropriately find the United States, when one of its own gang mutuzitsya another of its own gang, that something is clearly going wrong! !! sad So the march command was given from different angles! am
  5. 0
    October 7 2017
    They got American green bakshish for their loyalty and consolidation with igil, the puppeteer is one - Uncle Sam ...., and if you rock the boat on the Tajik border they will get a big shish in the form of bombs and missiles of the Russian aerospace forces ....
  6. 0
    October 7 2017
    Probably, chichas entyya comrades are already squinting at the common alien enemy in Afghanistan .... feel
  7. +2
    October 7 2017
    Quote: Thrall
    Belyash, what are you doing? smile


    With peeled Afghan poppy .., whose fields are guarded by US troops.
    1. +2
      October 7 2017
      Quote: cedar
      Quote: Thrall
      Belyash, what are you doing? smile

      With peeled Afghan poppy .., whose fields are guarded by US troops.


      The Israelis - with the money. And with poppy seeds - millions of drug addicts of the CIS countries and Europe.
  8. +3
    October 7 2017
    In addition to Ahunzad, the meeting was attended by members of the Quetta Shura (Taliban leadership council, based in the Pakistani city of Quetta)
    Pakistan is one of the main allies of the Americans in the region and it turns out that the leaders of the Taliban are located in Pakistan.
    practically confirmed that the Americans are not fighting with anyone in Afghanistan, but are engaged in drugs!
  9. +4
    October 7 2017
    Quote: APASUS
    Americans do not fight with anyone in Afghanistan, but are engaged in drugs!

    and prey of drag.stones ... which also brings not bad grannies ... they sit on fortified bases and nevertheless suffer losses ... sad Well, if indeed the Isis and the Taliban get bored, then we urgently need to strengthen the Tajik group ....
  10. +3
    October 7 2017
    If this is true, then it is very bad. So the American "partners" have begun preparations for a united front in Afghanistan, with the help of which they will destabilize the situation in Central Asia.
  11. +5
    October 7 2017
    Well, everything quickly came together. Militants are being taken from Syria to Afghanistan, and an order has been received from Matrasia on reconciliation and concentration of forces. The Taliban have become a common thread.
  12. +1
    October 7 2017
    From America and from Middle Eastern sponsors, a tough instruction was received to stop all graters and prepare for the global Central Asian porridge by sucking in the SuAO, and, of course, without exception, all the Central Asian republics of the CIS + Turkmenistan.
  13. +1
    October 8 2017
    This is a very dangerous phenomenon - the two tarantulas have agreed and now we should expect events in Central Asia. Previously, the Taliban in their aspirations focused exclusively on the territory of Afghanistan, even tried to somehow agree first with the West, then with Russia. Now - the uncertainty is over. miserable Afghanistan!
    1. +3
      October 9 2017
      The phenomenon is very dangerous (if the truth is). Soft and not the most reliable, underbelly of Russia.
  14. 0
    October 8 2017
    They are all the same - that of the IHL, the Taliban and the American mercenary army. They are all international criminals, they are the same for all bloody crimes. More Americans are killed, they have aircraft and navy.
  15. 0
    October 8 2017
    and these clashed - where does the world roll?
  16. 0
    October 9 2017
    Quote: seregatara1969
    and these clashed - where does the world roll?

    Well, the Sunnis.
    Both those and those radical.
    On one back desk in Langley, they used to scratch a lint with a penknife once. Fizruka provoked Pendel ...))

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