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Most of us have no idea about taliban . please anybody give some bold idea about their activity--who they are, what is their goal and why, who or which countries are their mustermind, how they are funded etc. Mind it their religion and people on india's religion is same then why indian(muslims) are not taliban and vice-versa. anybody can dare to answer ? please keep it in mind the answer should be nutral, if possible. presently there is a term 'good' & 'bad' taliban. is it created by media ? now please answer.

Asked by collole jage, 07 Mar '09 09:49 pm
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Alrighty....here we go. TALIBANS are better known as the BLACK STORK SPECIAL FORCES- these are the armed forces wing of the ISI. They were formed in the 1980s by the American CIA & the ISI in Pakistan w/ the primary purpose of destabilizing SOcialist South Asian nations (Communist Afghanistan & India). That's how they were formed. The Talibans were created as a cold war weapon, to wage proxy war against CCCP (USSR) in Communist Afghan & India (since we both were pro Soviet in 80s) Well, after the Soviet Union withdrew from Afghanistan in 1989, the cold war ended & USSR got dissolved. Thus, the CIA no longer had active interest in AFghanistan and just sort of "let them be." Conflict between Taliban & US came around in 1991....when Saddam invaded Kuwait. Bin Laden & MUllah Omar wanted to organize an "Islamic Jihad" against Saddam- Saddam was a BA'ATHIST (Socialist) and not a Islamic Govt- remember. This was done to give Taliban ...more
Answered by A Moin, 07 Mar '09 10:17 pm

 
  
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Answered by Rakesh gupta, 07 Mar '09 10:12 pm

 
  
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The Taliban anglicised as Taleban (students) is a Sunni Islamist, predominately Pashtun Islamic terrorist movement that governed Afghanistan from 1996 until 2001, when its leaders were removed from power by Northern Alliance and NATO forces. It has regrouped and since 2004 revived as a strong insurgency movement fighting a guerrilla war against the current government of Afghanistan, allied NATO forces participating in Operation Enduring Freedom, and the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). It operates in Afghanistan and the Frontier Tribal Areas of Pakistan. The Taliban movement is headed by Mullah Mohammed Omar. Mullah Omar's original commanders were "a mixture of former small-unit military commanders and Madrasah teachers," and the rank and file made up mostly of Afghan refugees who had studied at Islamic religious schools in Pakistan. The overwhelming majority of the Taliban movement were ethnic Pashtuns from southern Afghanistan and western Pakista ...more
Answered by pramod rajapurkar, 07 Mar '09 10:10 pm

 
  
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What I understand that Talibans is a small group of people who want to rule this planet. The method they use is to brain wash as many people as possible and use them as their slave. They take the advantage of illitrate people who are available in abundance in several parts of this planet. They have been able to influence some indian as well.If our Govt. is not viligent enough we shall soon be seeing a lot of them in India.
Answered by Madan Mohan Bhargava, 07 Mar '09 10:06 pm

 
  
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