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DOHA, KOMPAS.com – “We’re stuck” was how one delegate described the intra- Afghanistan which initially drew much praise when it began on September 12 at Doha.

After the initial direct conversation between Taliban and the Afghan government-led delegation in Doha, the obstacles are getting more complicated, according to the report Al Jazeera on Wednesday (23/9/2020).

A contact group consisting of a Taliban delegation and the Afghan government was formed to set terms and conditions before formal talks could begin with the participation of a larger group.

The group is an attempt to pave the way for agenda-setting talks aimed at achieving lasting peace in the war-torn country.

Intra-Afghan talks are planned in a deal between the Taliban and the United States signed in February.

Government Trump wants the rivals in Afghanistan to reach a peace agreement, because it wants to withdraw American troops from the country after nearly 20 years of its longest-running foreign war.

The Afghan government contact group was represented by Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai, Nader Nadery, Zarar Ahmad Muqbil Osmani, Fawzia Koofi, Mohammad Natiqi and Khalid Noor.

Meanwhile, the Taliban has been represented by Maulvi Abdul Kabir, Abbas Stanekzai, Noorullah Noori, Shaikh Delawar and Shaikh Qasim as representatives.

Also read: Taliban forces return to fight Afghan forces after liberation

Al Jazeera have seen the fourth and most recent version of the draft agenda for terms and conditions discussed in the initial contact group meeting.

There were 20 points first prepared in Kabul before the team arrived in Doha.

Most of the points are technical. Differences in agreement between the two sides have emerged over Islamic law, issues related to sects and other minority groups, and the language used in the draft.

All parties are spoken to Al Jazeera on condition of anonymity, due to the fragile state of the process and some not authorized to speak to the media.

Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh)

It was stressed that the “Hanafi” school of law followed by the majority of Afghanistan’s Sunni Muslims should serve as guidelines for all aspects of the terms and conditions of peace negotiations.

After initial rejection of the inclusion of jurisprudence in the document, which also discussed technical details, the two sides finally agreed to make it a comprehensive guide.

With the dominance of Sunni-Hanafi scholars from rival parties, this becomes complicated when the settlement of disputes is associated with one sect, as there is no representation for another sect, such as the jurisprudence Jaafria sect.

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Inclusivity

Afghanistan is home to a minority group from other Islamic jurisprudence schools, including Shia Muslims.

The country of 30 million is also home to a dwindling Hindu and Sikh minority, who fear marginalization if the majority’s religious interpretation is established as the only guiding principle for resolving disputes.

The current draft calls for allowing other schools of Islamic thought to be applied to their respective followers.

However, problems related to non-Muslim minorities will be resolved according to their religious law, provided it is in “sharia law”, ie it does not contradict the basic principles of Islam.

Small changes like changing “Quran and Sunnah” to “sharia” require a lot of back and forth discussion between the two sides.

Language

This terminology is also an important point as the members consider every word of the fourth draft.

One side must give in to the phrase “social justice” for the sake of “Islamic justice”. The other side, on the other hand, has had to succumb to pressure to portray the turmoil in Afghanistan initially as “jihad” into “conflict”, a more acceptable term for both sides.

Also read: After 2 Decades of War, Have Peace Talks been Tackled by the Taliban with the Government of Afghanistan?

Pandora’s box

There are also disagreements about whether the “Doha agreement” can be included as part of the text in the terms and conditions.

This opens Pandora’s box because the “Doha agreement” made in February only lasts between governments AS and the Taliban. The Afghan government is not a party to it.

The Western-backed Afghan government wants to mention the “loya jirga”, the council of traditional Afghan tribal elders, and their agreement with the US, which was signed in Kabul following the Doha accord.

Patience

Several Afghan government officials, including the first Vice President Amrullah Saleh, have made fiery statements against the Taliban, to which the Taliban have responded.

However, during the peace talks in Doha, efforts have been made to keep talks warm.

Several uncomfortable lines were exchanged, with the delegation saying “people should be put in their place”, but generally the tone of voice remained calm.

Also read: Bomb in Kabul Targets the Vice President of Afghanistan, Citizens Become Victims

So far, there has been no fierce bickering or insinuation, although there have been some emotional moments in the meetings between contact groups.

Attempts have been made to break the ice and make jokes, so that violent politicians on both sides do not take control of the meeting.

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Afghanistan’s international partners do not believe that this is the right time for them to step in to help advance the situation.

“It seems they (themselves) are getting more and more advanced,” said one diplomat.

“Opportunities will not be closed on our side, we will continue to find creative ways to get involved,” an Afghan government delegate told Al Jazeera, stressing that there is real hope for continuing talks and moving towards meaningful dialogue.

Meanwhile, the Taliban said they were committed to peace agreement and making progress.

The group has been fighting Afghan forces since being ousted from power in the 2001 US-led invasion.

Also read: Trump Will Immediately Announce Withdrawal of US Troops from Iraq and Afghanistan

Violent spike

As talks continue in Doha, Afghan security officials say dozens of government soldiers have died across Afghanistan in the past 48 hours.

The Interior Ministry accused the Taliban of carrying out attacks in 24 provinces, including Uruzgan, Kandahar, Wardak, Takhar and Baghlan.

However, Taliban leaders have informed Al Jazeera that these attacks were on newly established security posts, and accused the Afghan government of trying to expand its territory by sending additional troops.

Criticism in the US

US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad faces a tough test for his testimony before a house representative hearing on Tuesday (9/22/2020).

Congressman Tom Malinowski asked the US special envoy, “We all work for peace and I understand people want to achieve that, but I think what you are selling us is not peace. It’s a fairy tale to make us feel better about leaving Afghanistan. “

Khalilzad stressed that it was the best way to move forward considering the constraints. “Our withdrawal is conditional and will be based on action not just words from the Taliban,” he told Al Jazeera.

Also read: Trump Will Immediately Announce Withdrawal of US Troops from Iraq and Afghanistan

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Peace Negotiations, Afghanistan Dialogue with the Taliban

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Government Afghanistan meet with representatives Taliban in Doha, Qatar on Saturday (12/9) to discuss peace negotiations. The leader of the peace process, Abdullah Abdullah, called for a ceasefire.

Abdullah also highlighted the number of casualties due to the ongoing war. At least 12,000 civilians have been killed and 15,000 injured since the United States and the Taliban signed the agreement in February.

“We must use this extraordinary opportunity to make peace. We must stop the violence and agree to a ceasefire as quickly as possible. We want a humanitarian ceasefire,” Abdullah said at the opening.

The dialogue was attended by one of the founders of the Taliban named Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar. Then the US which supported this peace dialogue was represented by Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo.

According to Pompeo, the two sides must perfect attitudes on how to advance the country with the aim of reducing violence. It also provides what the Afghan people demand.

“Afghanistan in peace with the government is a reflection of a non-war state,” Pompeo said

As reported AFP, the dialogue took place in the hotel’s very large conference room. Chairs occupied by delegates are placed far apart to apply social distancing.

President Donald Trump is claimed to be trying to end the longest war in the US. He wants all troops involved in the war to leave Afghanistan next year.

However, a comprehensive peace agreement takes years. Moreover, it will depend on the willingness of the two parties to equate their different visions.

The Taliban itself refused to acknowledge the rule of President Ashraf Ghani. They will urge the government to return to making Afghanistan an union of Islamic countries.

Meanwhile, the government led by Ghani will maintain their position supported by Western countries. Moreover, Western countries have supported many rights, one of which is the right to freedom for women.

Residents of the capital of Kabul, Obaidullah, are skeptical that the peace that is being discussed is going on quickly. Moreover, the war lasted a very long time, from his black beard to gray.

“I am skeptical of this discussion because both parties both want to implement the system and all their activities,” said Obaidullah.

Then many Afghans fear that if the Taliban return to power the country will return to implementing Islamic sharia law. Either part of the country or the whole.

Quietly, Qatar has been swallowing up to guide a difficult peace process. In 2013 they invited the Taliban to open political offices and help broker a withdrawal deal between Washington and the Taliban in February.

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A Taliban delegation has returned to Qatar, paving the way for the start of peace talks with the Afghan government that are expected to take place in the Gulf state.

The delegation’s arrival early on Saturday was announced by Taliban officials, who were speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak to the media.

The negotiations are part of a peace deal the United States signed with the Taliban in February in Doha.

Washington has ramped up pressure on Afghans on both sides of the conflict to get started with their negotiations to decide what a post-war Afghanistan might look like.

The US National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien held a telephone call with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani last week. The US officials have also pressed neighbouring Pakistan to get the Taliban to the table.

Intra-Afghan talks

Relentless delays over the exchange of prisoners – 5,000 held by the Afghan government and 1,000 by the Taliban – have hindered efforts to get intra-Afghan talks started.

In late August, a delegation led by the Taliban’s political office head and the chief negotiator of the February deal with the US, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, visited Pakistan.

While little was revealed about the details of his meetings with Pakistani officials, it is believed he was pressed to get started with intra-Afghan talks.

With many of the Taliban leadership council living in Pakistan, Islamabad has been pressed by Washington to use its influence to push negotiations forward.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has repeatedly said he wants peace talks started and a military solution for Afghanistan is an impossibility.

Pakistani officials reportedly met a second time with Baradar on Friday before his return to Doha, again pressing for a swift start to Afghan peace talks.

US and Afghan officials have said they want to see a reduction in violence in the conflict going into talks with the Taliban, but the group maintains that a ceasefire would only be on the agenda once talks begin.

Washington’s February agreement with the Taliban was reached to allow the exit of US troops after nearly 20 years at war in keeping with a promise President Donald Trump made during the 2016 US election campaign.

The withdrawal, which has already begun, is not dependent on the success of the Afghan negotiations but rather on commitments made by the Taliban to fight armed groups and ensure Afghanistan cannot be used to attack the US or its allies.

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Taliban ready to negotiate after planned release of 400 prisoners

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The Taliban said Monday that they were ready to engage in peace talks with the Afghan government “within a week of” the planned release of 400 prisoners.

The Taliban said on Monday August 10 that they were ready to engage peace talks with the Afghan government “in the week following” the planned release of 400 Taliban prisoners.

“Our position is clear, if the prisoners are released, then we will be ready for inter-Afghan talks in the following week,” Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen told AFP, adding that the first round of talks would have held in Doha.

A large Afghan assembly, made up of thousands of dignitaries, state officials and tribal leaders, has just accepted the principle of the release of 400 Taliban prisoners accused of serious crimes, which removes an obstacle to launching negotiations.

“The Afghan government will begin releasing 400 Taliban prisoners within two days,” National Security Council spokesperson Javid Fasial told AFP.

Suhail Shaheen said the Taliban delegation would be led by Abbas Stanekzai, chief Taliban negotiator in talks with Washington that preceded the agreement signed in February.

Nearly 5,000 prisoners already released

Prisoner releases were a key point in this historic agreement between Washington and the Taliban for a withdrawal of American troops by mid-2021 in exchange for a Taliban commitment to initiate inter-Afghan negotiations.

“We are about to start peace negotiations,” said Abdullah Abdullah, the government official responsible for the talks, on Sunday.

“Inter-Afghan talks should begin two or three days after the release of the 400 Taliban prisoners,” said ex-president Hamid Karzai (2001-2014).

Kaboul has already released nearly 5,000 Taliban prisoners, but the Afghan authorities had so far refused to release the last 400 captives claimed by the insurgents.

Some are indeed involved in deadly attacks killing Afghans and foreigners, including several French.

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The Foreign Ministry commented on a new publication on the “conspiracy” of Russia with the Taliban

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MOSCOW, Jun 29 – RIA News. Special Representative of the Russian President, Director of the Second Department of Asia Zamir Kabulov He called the new publication of the American media about the “conspiracy” of Moscow with the Taliban the continuation of the internal party struggle in the United States.

“We already commented on the New York Times publication. Too much hype is created around an outright fake that even Trump and his administration have denied. <...> I consider it shameful for us to spend too much time on commenting on outright lies. It is clear that there are forces in the United States that do not want to leave Afghanistan and want to justify their own failure. Everything revolves around this, “said Kabulov.

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Bolton explained Trump’s reaction to reports of a conspiracy between Russia and the Taliban

Last week, The New York Times, citing anonymous U.S. intelligence officials, published an article alleging that Russian military intelligence offered rewards to Taliban-related militants for attacks on US soldiers in Afghanistan. No evidence was provided. After that, the Russian embassy in the United States announced threats against diplomats.

The Foreign Ministry, in turn, called the publication fake. The White House also criticized the article, noting that intelligence did not report anything like this, and according to Donald Trump himself, the publication was custom-made. A rebuttal later came from the Taliban.

Nevertheless, on the night of Monday, the Washington Post came out with another note on the same topic, where, again, citing unnamed sources, it was alleged that several US troops were allegedly killed in Afghanistan due to Moscow’s “collusion” with the Taliban.

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Pelosi accused Trump of ignoring any suspicions against Russia

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If the allegations are fake, why take them? That ignores. By the way, does Madame Pelosi not want to publish agreements with the Afghan Mujahideen when the Soviet troops were there? Who paid them and delivered weapons? Forgot?

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Another attempt to intensify anti-Russian hysteria in anticipation of the American election was made in the bowels of the most influential overseas publication of The New York Times. It was through this that the media made another attack against our country with the aim to discredit Donald Trump and achieve the imposition of new sanctions against Russia. The excuse this time selected the most exotic. With links to its own sources, American intelligence claims that: “Russia secretly awarded awards to Afghan militants for the destruction of the US military. The Trump administration has been thinking for months on what to do with the shocking conclusion of intelligence.”
From the point of view of the American layman, if he believed The New York Times, the situation looks horrifying and extremely humiliating: in this picture of the world, it turns out that Russia acts as a sort of collector of scalps and corpses of American soldiers in Afghanistan, and Afghan militants become “getters of American furs “by exchanging killed Yankees for bloody rubles, and this supposedly occurs with the complete inaction of the Trump administration.

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“Another order.” Trump praised NYT’s article on Russia’s “aid” to the Taliban

It’s scary to imagine what emotions the citizens of a country that is accustomed to consider themselves to be a world hegemon when they read the following passages in America’s most respected newspaper:
“Officials said that intelligence Truth’s findings were shared with President Trump and the National Security Council discussed the issue at an interagency meeting in late March. Officials have developed a list of options — from filing a diplomatic complaint to Moscow to a series of mounting sanctions and other possible responses However, the White House has not yet approved any move, officials said, an operation to encourage the killing of US and other NATO troops would be a significant and provocative escalation of what the US and Afghan officials call the Taliban’s support from Russia, and it would be the first time that it has become known that the Russian espionage unit has organized attacks on Western troops. “

On this media “indictment” against our country, compiled by The New York Times according to unnamed American security officials, it is worth making a few marginal notes.

First: after the obvious media, logistic, diplomatic and information support that the United States, including American media, provided to the terrorists who killed thousands of Russian citizens in the 1990s and 2000s, the United States would have no moral right to complain, even if their military, which are the literal occupiers of foreign territory, really applied the methods of “cloak and dagger.”

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Moreover, the amount of evidence of the allegations brought against Russia has traditionally been zero.

The second note: by and large, the American establishment, especially that part of it to which New York journalists feel undisguised sympathy because of its “imperialism” and Russophobia, is one hundred percent the creator of today’s Afghanistan as an unresolved terrorist problem. The fact of the creation of Afghan – and not only Afghan – terrorist movements by American specialists, with American money and with American weapons, is perfectly established. It is worth recalling that, for example, before the famous events of 2001, Mr. Bin Laden was for years a favorite of the American media and politicians. It turns out that the United States first creates the conditions for civil wars, mass killings and the flourishing of terror in different countries, and when the unforeseen consequences of these actions begin to lead to the death of the US military and the shame of the United States on the international scene (and the United States recently actually surrendered in Afghanistan, having signed an incredibly humiliating peace with the Taliban), then immediately from the bowels of the American media and military complex cries start to sound that Russia is to blame for everything and urgent sanctions must be imposed against it.

But there is good news.

Whereas previously, public confidence in the “drains” of US law enforcement agencies, which are regularly published in publications such as the NYT or The Washington Post, was so high that the fact of publication almost immediately forced the Trump administration to “pay and repent,” as well urgently impose new sanctions against Russia in order to at least somehow justify itself in the eyes of the public, now the situation looks completely different.

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“Little will not seem.” Russian Foreign Ministry responds to fake about helping the Taliban

Apparently, the years of the “Rashagate” and absolutely fake accusations and fake files with anti-Russian compromising materials did their job: a significant segment of American society no longer believes in its own media and its own power structures, and politicians can afford not only to directly blame the most authoritative media and their sources of lies, but also act in accordance with these estimates.

President Donald Trump responded to the allegations via Twitter: “The New York Times fake news should reveal its” anonymous “source. I bet they can’t do this, this” man “probably doesn’t exist at all!”
Acting Director of US National Intelligence Richard Grenell even entered into a social network skirmish with a Democratic Party congressman on the same occasion, accusing him of using intelligence for political purposes:

“I’ve never heard of this. And it’s disgusting that you continue to politicize intelligence. You clearly don’t understand how raw intelligence is verified. Leaking partial information to reporters from anonymous sources is dangerous, because people like you manipulate it for political gain “

Official denials of at least that part of the New York Times article that related to the president’s actions have already been published, including by American intelligence. It is clear that in theory this is how everything should work, but even such a ghostly normality is a real miracle by the standards of modern America.

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By the way, if American journalists want to look at the real instigators of the killing of US security forces, then they need to look in the mirror. The rewards for corpses – after all, they are not always material, and practice shows that obtaining fame or public approval is often a much more effective incentive for terrorism than even very large sums of money. The New York Times and other American media that demonize and dehumanize American police, as well as supporters of conservative values ​​and “trampists,” in fact promise a kind of “emotional reward” to those who will apply emotional, psychological to them – and it cannot be excluded that physical violence. The blood of American police officers killed during the recent riots, incited and apologized by almost all of the American media, is clearly in the hands of liberal and progressive American journalists.

But the lives of American police do not really matter for such journalists, and they want to cry over the corpses of American soldiers only when anti-Russian sanctions or the interests of the Democratic Party can be promoted with these tears.

It is not surprising that there are less and less people wishing to believe such media structures in the word both in the USA and in the world. By and large, the main conspiracy against American influence and greatness was organized just with the participation of the editors of The New York Times. One could offer to write them a prize, but they will do all the work for free.

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Trump: intelligence found data on the “conspiracy” of Russia with the Taliban unreliable

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Trump: intelligence found data on the “conspiracy” of Russia with the Taliban unreliable

US President Donald Trump said that intelligence reported to him that the information about the alleged collusion of Russia with the Taliban is not credible. RIA Novosti, 06/29/2020

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MOSCOW, Jun 29 – RIA News. US President Donald Trump said that intelligence reported to him that the information about the alleged collusion of Russia with the Taliban is not credible.

“Intelligence just informed me that it did not find this information credible, and therefore (they) did not report it to me and (vice president) Mike Pence. Perhaps this is another swindle related to Russia, maybe with the help of the fake news New York Times wants to put Republicans in the dark, “Trump wrote on Twitter.

The White House had previously called the newspaper’s note inaccurate, noting that intelligence had not reported to Trump about a possible conspiracy between Russia and the Taliban. Trump himself called it “another order,” and also stated that no one had reported to him, or the vice president, or the head of the White House apparatus “about the so-called Russian attacks” on American troops in Afghanistan.

On Friday, The New York Times, citing anonymous U.S. intelligence officials, published an article claiming that Russian military intelligence allegedly offered rewards to Taliban-related militants for attacks on American soldiers in Afghanistan. No evidence was provided.

After that, the Russian embassy in the United States announced threats against diplomats. The Foreign Ministry, in turn, called the publication fake.

Later, the Taliban refuted allegations that it allegedly received funds from Russian military intelligence to carry out attacks in Afghanistan.

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WASHINGTON, Jun 28 – RIA News. The reaction of US President Donald Trump to media reports that Russia allegedly pays Taliban militants for the killing of the US military is “quite remarkable” and reflects its approach to decision-making, said former White House national security adviser John Bolton.
“Surely there is something else in this story, but it’s quite remarkable that the president is doing everything to say that he didn’t hear anything about it,” he told NBC News on Sunday.

Bolton did not unequivocally say whether it could happen that the president was not informed of this kind of information.

“It depends on how high the level of confidence in this intelligence was,” the ex-adviser explained.

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“It should be noted that we don’t know much about this. And with all due respect to the news services that you mentioned, they sometimes misunderstand the situation. What we know is that Russia wanted us not to be in Afghanistan, Syria , Iraq, many places. And if it’s true, I emphasize the word “if” that they pay for the murder of Americans, then this is one of the most serious questions that faced the Trump administration, “Bolton added, answering questions on the topic on the TV channel CNN

According to him, he was puzzled by Trump’s morning tweet, where he assured that he was not informed about this situation and that “they deny it all.”

“What does the reaction of the president say,“ this is not my responsibility, they didn’t tell me anything about it ”to dismiss any allegations of inaction? This is part of the problem with how President Trump makes decisions in the field of national security. It is simply divorced from the reality with which he is dealing. It is tied to his personal position, “said Bolton.

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The New York Times, citing anonymous U.S. intelligence officials, published an article alleging that Russian military intelligence allegedly offered rewards to Taliban-related militants for attacks on American soldiers in Afghanistan. No evidence was provided. The Russian embassy in the United States demanded that the country’s authorities respond adequately to the threats that come to diplomats due to false news about Russia and Afghanistan. The Russian Foreign Ministry called the media reports fake.

Later, the radical Taliban movement also denied allegations that it allegedly received funds from the Russian military intelligence to carry out attacks in Afghanistan. The White House called the newspaper’s note inaccurate and claims that intelligence did not report anything to Trump. Trump himself called this “another order,” and also said that no one had reported to him, or the vice president, or the head of the White House apparatus “about the so-called Russian attacks” on US troops in Afghanistan.

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