Taliban Ready To Form Inclusive Government In Afghanistan, But Refuses To Support ISIS Against ISIS

In Doha, Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said the Taliban was ready to form an inclusive government in Afghanistan, but not a selective government.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Nihar Saxena | Updated on: 11 Oct 2021, 07:50:47 AM

Suhail Shaheen changed stand before Doha talks. (Photo Credit: News Nation)


  • Taliban overturned even before Doha talks with America
  • Inclusive government is possible, selective government is not at all
  • America is also not helping in dealing with ISIS


in doha Taliban Its spokesman Suhail Shaheen said that the Taliban is ready to form an inclusive government in Afghanistan, but is not ready to form a selective government. In response to US pressures for an inclusive government in Afghanistan, Shaheen said she had included ethnic minorities in her caretaker government and would soon include women, Khama Press reported. The Taliban interim cabinet has been criticized not only by the international community, but also by the people of Afghanistan because it does not include women and non-Talibans.

US should respect Afghan wishes
Shaheen said that the US should respect the wishes of the Afghan people. The remarks came after a Taliban delegation led by Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Motaki met a US delegation in Doha and held talks on Sunday as well. During this many issues were discussed. However, the Taliban changed their stand before the Doha meeting. He agreed to the evacuation of people trapped in Afghanistan, but refused to give any kind of cooperation to the US on the ISIS issue.

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Taliban claim itself capable of dealing with Daesh
On this issue, Suhail Shaheen said that the Taliban is capable of dealing with Daesh on its own. Significantly, 46 Shias were killed in the blast during prayers at the mosque by Islamic State. Apart from this blast, IS has claimed responsibility for several other terrorist attacks. According to experts with deep knowledge on the propagation of terror, since 2014, IS has carried out many terrorist incidents targeting Shias. The US has not taken this change in the Taliban’s stance as a good sign. However, one more round of talks is proposed, in which many other important issues will be discussed.

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First Published : 11 Oct 2021, 07:48:48 AM

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