Complottheorieën en achtergronden rond de aanslagen op 9/11

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Lid geworden op: za feb 24, 2007 8:39 pm

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Notably, al-Zawahiri was killed at the home of Sirajuddin Haqqani, a Taliban official who has been serving as the de facto interior minister of Afghanistan after a chaotic American withdrawal from the country in August 2021.
En die Haqqani kan heel erg mooi praten en zegt dan de diengen die Moslim knuffelaars graag horen. Maar die geen verband houden met de echte wereld.
Haqqani published an editorial in the Times in February 2020, in which he claimed that the Taliban had changed since its days of public executions and rampant oppression of women.

In the piece, he urged then-president Trump and his administration to sign a peace deal with the terror group, which would see American troops withdraw from the country, and dismissed fears of Afghanistan becoming a haven for terror groups like Al Qaeda as Western propaganda.

“We are aware of the concerns and questions in and outside Afghanistan about the kind of government we would have after the foreign troops withdraw,” Haqqani wrote.

“I am confident that, liberated from foreign domination and interference, we together will find a way to build an Islamic system in which all Afghans have equal rights, where the rights of women that are granted by Islam — from the right to education to the right to work — are protected, and where merit is the basis for equal opportunity.”
“We are also aware of concerns about the potential of Afghanistan being used by disruptive groups to threaten regional and world security. But these concerns are inflated: Reports about foreign groups in Afghanistan are politically motivated exaggerations by the warmongering players on all sides of the war,” he claimed.
En wat doet de krant die het sprookje van Haqqani publiceerde?
The New York Post reported that the Times had removed a paragraph from its original article about al-Zawahiri’s assassination that referenced his presence at Haqqani’s residence, attributing that to a sense of embarrassment on the part of the Times. ... terrorist/
Wie in de Islam zijn hersens gebruikt, zal zijn hoofd moeten missen.
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