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Keyword: Kabul

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Daily News Analysis

Western diplomats gingerly dance with the Taliban in Oslo

Crescent International

Jumada' al-Akhirah 28, 14432022-01-31

Daily News Analysis

Will Taliban's victory force adversaries to shed prejudice?

Iqbal Jassat

Muharram 17, 14432021-08-26

Daily News Analysis

Taliban 2.0 defeat US imperialism

Crescent International

Muharram 09, 14432021-08-18

Daily News Analysis

Biden reverts to old imperial tactics in Afghanistan

Zia Sarhadi

Jumada' al-Akhirah 16, 14422021-01-29

Special Reports

Takfiris and their enablers: Muslims and non-Muslims

Yusuf Dhia-Allah

Shawwal 27, 14372016-08-01

Takfirism is not a new phenomenon; its precursor was the Khawarij. Today, the takfiris receive money, weapons, training and support from many regimes, some even carrying Muslim names.

Daily News Analysis

Afghanistan: getting the hell out will cost $6 billion

Crescent International

Jumada' al-Ula' 14, 14342013-03-26

The endgame is causing panic in official circles in Kabul.

Letters To The Editor

Attack on Gen. Dempsey’s plane

Abdullah Hendrix

Shawwal 14, 14332012-09-01

Who was behind the attack on General Dempsey’s plane in Kabul? A reader offers an interesting alternative perspective.


Increasing panic in Kabul as resistance steps up operations against US and its allies

Zia Sarhadi

Jumada' al-Ula' 05, 14272006-06-01

It has become routine for the regime in Kabul to blame Pakistan for allowing “cross-border infiltration” whenever there is any increase in resistance activity inside Afghanistan. Some infiltration is definitely taking place, because the mountainous terrain makes the border virtually impossible to seal completely, but the volleys of rhetoric being hurled at Pakistan betray the Afghan government’s own incompetence.


Afghanistan power politics threaten Western plans for the region

Zia Sarhadi

Sha'ban 25, 14232002-03-01

Deep divisions in the interim Afghan government, papered over and ignored under American pressure, erupted last month when Abdul Rahman, the minister of aviation and tourism, was beaten to death on the tarmac of Kabul airport on February 14.


The West’s man in Kabul likely to achieve little more than Moscow’s men did

Zafar Bangash

Shawwal 17, 14222002-01-01

On December 22, almost exactly 22 years after the Soviets installed a puppet government (on December 27, 1979, headed by Babrak Karmal) in Kabul, the Americans repeated the feat. Hamid Karzai was “sworn in” as prime minister with British troops guarding the interior ministry building where the ceremony took place...

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