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Newsweek: "Who in the Taliban Will Replace Baradar?


“Most of all, though, the capture signals the Taliban’s exposure in Pakistan. Commanders worry about their dependency on, and their vulnerability to, neighboring Pakistan and its military’s spy agency, the Directorate General of Inter-Services Intelligence, or ISI. Turns out they have cause for alarm.”

“‘We Taliban are like sheep eating in lush grasslands—but who could be sold any time for slaughter by our owners.’”

by Bill Putnam at 2010-02-16 22:56:45 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

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