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Afghanistan Opens Relations with Israel

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On behalf of warmongering Americans thirsty for the blood of facists and despots, you're most welcome.
 

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True, but the Arab Wall refers to the ban initiated by the Arab League which the Taliban quickly upheld, as well just about every other Muslim state. Thus it is called the Arab Wall.
 

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Afghanistan has opened relations with Israel, but is more conserned with improving their own security than the security of Israel. The government of Afghanistan desires a larger degree of power at the expense of Israel. Israel will find the future interests of Afghanistan overwhelming.
 

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thelegend said:
Afghanistan has opened relations with Israel, but is more conserned with improving their own security than the security of Israel. The government of Afghanistan desires a larger degree of power at the expense of Israel. Israel will find the future interests of Afghanistan overwhelming.
I read your post three times and I still have no idea of what you were trying to say beyond the obvious.


 

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Regardless of who is helping who and for what reason....I'll take the good news. Any sign of the softening of hard feelings can't be a bad thing. For both nations involved. Couple this with the steady progress being made between Pakistan and India and you've got a virtual hugathon of hope going on in South Asia, relatively speaking that is.

Or maybe it's just a Friday thing....I think I'm feeling shades of Stuart Smalley.
 

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thelegend said:
Afghanistan has opened relations with Israel, but is more conserned with improving their own security than the security of Israel.
Hey hey heyyyy, I thought the US was the only nation that's supposed to put other countries' interests above their own. Damn, now we're both imperialist nazis.
 

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Perhaps my thoughts wouldn't have been in question if the obvious was easily noted. Clearly, the US is powerfull and Afghanistan is powerless, so why would the US find interest in (other than the obvious i.e. oil, exploitation of terrorists) the Arab states. I won't even attempt to explain this, for I don't know if my own reasoning is sufficient. A subject worthwhile of attention is how the diplomats of the US found sufficiency within the Afghan community,and rather, let Arabs enter our realm of policy, not the other way around. The multilateral talks with Pakistan will only strengthen the US, and if policy utilizes Afghanistan for US aims, than so be it. And no, I'm not speaking of imperialism, for I'd much rather not repeat history, and not see the Great Wall of America crumble.
 

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Yeah, Tashah's right, man. You're not articulating yourself at all.
 
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