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Taliban Seeks U.S. Assent to World Recognition, Even as ISIS Strikes from Within


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The Taliban has continued to advance down the road to international recognition, including from the United States, even as the local affiliate of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) launches attacks from within in an effort to destabilize the nascent Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. The U.S. has not made publicly clear exactly what conditions the Taliban must meet in order to gain such recognition, and a State Department spokesperson told Newsweek that Washington was not yet committing to any official proclamation.

"There is no requirement under international law to make a formal statement on recognition of governments," the spokesperson said. "The United States has a long-standing policy, albeit with several exceptions over the years, to avoid formal statements on recognition in cases of changes of governments.  Our policy has not changed."

Taliban Seeks U.S. Assent to World Recognition, Even as ISIS Strikes from Within (msn.com)

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According to the news, and this is from about a month ago. The Taliban is under threat from a new terrorist organization called ISIS-K. This is not the normal ISIS, but worse. 

Something I have noticed a lot, that initially seems absurd to reason but we are told to give into it is that these groups are completely at odds with one another. As Sun Tzu explains in 'The Art of Warfare.' There are two neighboring groups who are always at civil war, but when they meet a common threat they come together in unity almost instantly. 

This is what it looks like in Afghanistan. It fell so quickly because these groups are not really too much at odds. They are all brothers with common interests against a foreign force. The way the media portrays it as if they are helpless against each other.

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The fact that these murderous scum are even able to discuss having U.S. support is an indictment of the current admin and, frankly, it's a horrific insult to the families of those who died there.  I find the whole situation disgusting.

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16 hours ago, The_Phantom_Stranger said:

According to the news, and this is from about a month ago. The Taliban is under threat from a new terrorist organization called ISIS-K. This is not the normal ISIS, but worse. 

Something I have noticed a lot, that initially seems absurd to reason but we are told to give into it is that these groups are completely at odds with one another. As Sun Tzu explains in 'The Art of Warfare.' There are two neighboring groups who are always at civil war, but when they meet a common threat they come together in unity almost instantly. 

This is what it looks like in Afghanistan. It fell so quickly because these groups are not really too much at odds. They are all brothers with common interests against a foreign force. The way the media portrays it as if they are helpless against each other.

Reliant -K was horrible, i'm scared of ISIS-K. Joke appart, the situation is just turning bad to worse for Afghanistan population...

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Both the Taliban and IS are crypto-gay orginizations: they hate women so much that they treat women like **** and can't stand the sight of them and so order them to be covered up in bags.

Eventually these boy scouts will get along just fine.

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On 11/19/2021 at 7:03 AM, and then said:

The fact that these murderous scum are even able to discuss having U.S. support is an indictment of the current admin and, frankly, it's a horrific insult to the families of those who died there.  I find the whole situation disgusting.

Reality is if supporting the taliban  serves US's geopolitical goal they will get US's support regardless of the administration. 

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