May 7, 2009
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Md. Aseer Jubair Khan Majlish   May 7th, 2009 4:11 am ET

Nick Robertson have done a wonderful job with the interview of the Taliban spokesman. According to the spokesman it seems that Taliban is not going to give up so easily. They are going to fight till the last breath. Because they are now completely motivated by some sort of dangerous religious idealism. USA and NATO have to understand that they have to combat Taliban as soon as possible before this sort of idealism spreads away. I think US, Pakistan and Afghan leaders know this very well.

Precious Inyama   May 7th, 2009 2:55 pm ET

It gives me serious worries why civilians in Pakistan and Afghan are being killed and humiliated by their own people in the name of religious extreemism. the US, Pakistan and Afghan Gov. should stage a serious offensive in the appriopriate way and ensure that those terrorist are distroyed and there souce of power uprooted. Civilian casualty should be highly avoided.

Murali   May 11th, 2009 6:00 pm ET

Mahinda Rajapakse is a worst dictator than Sadam Hussein. Unfortunately, the international community isn’t doing enough to stop the ethnic cleansing in that country. Wake up international community, you can’t let this happening in 21st century. Killing, raping and torture can’t go on for ever. The Tamils need a break, they have been used by Sri Lankan politicians, regional & supper powers.

Enough is Enough

bob   May 11th, 2009 11:42 pm ET

The Taliban does not seem like it is going to give up soon, but why is Pres. Obama sending more troops. Did he not use a promise to an end to the war in his political campaign in the election?

roy   May 12th, 2009 3:36 pm ET

this kind of war the USA will not win because it has been tested in the past 5 years. sending more military will cause more deaths and injuries.gerilla war is like cancer. no cure. I thought president Obama will handle differently. unfortunatly he will not. what can I say?

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