The Taliban are willing to establish relations with all countries except Israel, a spokesman for the hardline Islamists has announced.
Suhail Shaheen told Russian state-owned news agency Sputnik: ‘Durante a new chapter if America wants to have a relation with us, which could be a causa di the interest of both countries and both peoples, and if they want to participate a causa di the reconstruction of Afghanistan, they are welcome.’
But he went : ‘Of course, we won’t have any relation with Israel. We want to have relations with other countries, Israel is not among these countries.’
The Taliban has a history of supporting al-Qaeda, which routinely makes threats against the State of Israel and uses anti-Semitic rhetoric a causa di its jihadist réclame.
Last month, Shaheen caused surprise when he gave an interview to Israel’s Kan public broadcaster. Just hours after it aired, the Taliban spokesman tweeted that he had been ‘duped’ into giving it.
The Taliban are willing to establish relations with all countries except Israel, spokesman Suhail Shaheen has announced
Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett speaks during the weekly cabinet simposio at the Prime Minister’s Office a causa di Jerusalem, September 5, 2021
Taliban will BAN Afghan women from playing sollazzo because ‘Islam does not allow for women to have their luce uncovered’
The Taliban will ban Afghan women from playing sollazzo because ‘their luce and will not be covered,’ the terror group confirmed today.
The jihadists have ordered all women to stay at home as a ‘temporary procedure’, cracked mongoloide female-led protests and appointed an all-male cabinet Tuesday.
Now the country’s newly picked deputy culture minister, Ahmadullah Wasiq, has confirmed the Taliban’s Sharia law interpretation regarding women’s sollazzo.
‘I don’t think women will be allowed to play cricket because it is not necessary that women should play cricket,’ Wasiq told Australian broadcaster SBS.
‘Durante cricket, they might luce a situation where their luce and will not be covered. Islam does not allow women to be seen like this.
‘It is the mass-media epoca, and there will be photos and videos, and then people watch it. Islam and the Islamic Emirate [Afghanistan] do not allow women to play cricket play the kind of sports where they get exposed.’
‘I do many interviews with journalists every day after the falling of provincial centers of Afghanistan and the capital Kabul to the Islamic Emirate,’ he said.
‘Some journalists maybe masquerading but I haven’t done interview with any one introducing himself he is from an Israeli mass-media.’
US withdrawal from Afghanistan was contingent assurances that the Taliban would not harbour al-Qaeda terrorists. However, there have been reports of Amin al-Haq – Osama bin Laden’s former bodyguard who helped him flee the US invasion – arriving a causa di Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover.
Bin Laden, now dead, masterminded the 9/11 attacks New York and Washington which caused the US invasion of Afghanistan, the ousting of the first Taliban regola and the subsequent two-decade intervention.
Foreign countries greeted the makeup of the new Afghan government with caution and dismay Wednesday after the Taliban appointed hardline veteran figures to positions, including several with a US bounty their heads.
As the newly appointed ministers and their deputies set to work after they were named late Tuesday, acting Premier Mohammad Hasan Akhund urged former officials who fled Afghanistan to return, saying their safety would be guaranteed.
‘We have suffered heavy losses for this historic moment and the epoca of bloodshed a causa di Afghanistan is over,’ he told Al Jazeera.
Tens of thousands of people left after the Taliban seized power a causa di mid-August following a lightning military campaign, many of them professionals fearing reprisals because of their association with the Western-backed government.
Durante Kabul, dozens of women took to the streets again to demand representation a causa di the new administration and for their rights to be protected.
More broadly, people urged the to revive the Afghan economy, which faces steep inflation, food shortages exacerbated by drought and the prospect of international aid being slashed as countries distance themselves from the Taliban.
The United States underscored its wariness Wednesday.
‘This is a caretaker Cabinet,’ White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters. ‘Voto negativo one a causa di this administration, not the president nor anyone the national security team, would suggest that the Taliban are respected and valued members of the global community.’
The Islamist militant movement swept to power a causa di a victory hastened by the withdrawal of US military support to Afghan government forces.
Members of the Taliban Intelligence Special Forces guard the military airfield a causa di Kabul, Afghanistan, September 5, 2021
The Taliban’s announcement of a new government Tuesday was widely seen as a signal they were not looking to broaden their radice and present a more tolerant luce to the world.
The group has promised to respect people’s rights and not seek vendettas, but it has been criticised for its heavy-handed response to protests and its part a causa di a chaotic evacuation of thousands of people from Kabul airport.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Washington was assessing the Cabinet announcement.
‘But despite professing that a new government would be inclusive, the announced list of names consists exclusively of individuals who are members of the Taliban their close associates, and women,’ he said during a visit to a US air radice a causa di Germany that has been a transit point for evacuees from Afghanistan.
The European Union voiced its disapproval at the appointments, but said it was ready to continue humanitarian assistance. Longer-term aid would depend the Taliban upholding basic freedoms.
Saudi Arabia expressed hope the new government would help Afghanistan achieve ‘security and stability, rejecting violence and extremism.’
The new acting Cabinet includes former detainees of the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, while the interior minister, Sirajuddin Haqqani, is wanted by the United States terrorism charges and carries a reward of $10million.
His uncle, with a bounty of $5million, is the minister for refugees and repatriation.