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on Monday, March 05, 2007 at 12:03 AM.
Taliban chief criticises Pakistan
March 3 - The leader of the Taliban's military operations has criticised Pakistan and Arab nations for helping the US and its allies.
Speaking in interview with Al Jazeera aired on Friday, Mullah Dadullah (picture left) said that the Taliban's acitivities had suffered more from Pakistan's operations than from American and coalition activities.
"The Pakistani government has a strange policy that no-one can understand," Dadullah said.
"We have not suffered as much from America, Britain or any Islamic or Arab country as from the oppression and aggression we suffered from Pakistan."
"The targets which were firstly bombed were by the help of Pakistani intelligence and the first batches of invading forces entered from Pakistan."
He also said that Iran's Shia had not given any assistance to the Taliban, a Sunni movement: "Iran has never adopted any Jihadi agenda while the leaders of Arab countries are just followers of America and Britain." more..
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