This is the sharia. It should be banned across the world. Instead we are told to "respect it!" And Obama insists that these savages be given political power.
Sharia is established in Afghanistan as the law of the land -- no free speech, death for apostasy, hatred of infidels -- so the seeds for another 911 are there even as we remain there. Obama has given in to the Taliban -- Biden said they weren't the enemy, and Obama has told Karzai to negotiate with them. Karzai has said that Mullah Omar can run for president, so what's the point of the last 10 years?
Obama used the NATO summit to pressure Afghan leader Hamid Karzai to engage with greater urgency with the Taliban about a political settlement in Afghanistan. "Political settlement" is a euphemism for surrender to jihad. And the cows in the media remain silent on Obama's unprecedented failure in Afghanistan.
The Obama Administration announced that it wanted to meet with the Taliban in Doha for “peace talks.” The Taliban laughed.
These jihadists behead Afghan children, slaughter Afghans who dare to attend a party where dancing takes place, and mean to run Mullah Omar for President, despite the fact that there is still a $10-million-dollar reward on his head. Omar sheltered Osama bin Laden prior to the 9/11 attacks; he had a hand in the 9/11 attacks; and he has directed the Taliban’s ongoing war against U.S.-led NATO forces. On what basis could a peace conference move forward?
On this? The Taliban dragged this Indian author from her home and shot her 15 times. The murder of Sushmita Banerjee was the latest in a string of attacks on prominent women in Afghanistan, "adding to fears women's rights in a country where many are barely allowed outside the house will recede even more after U.S.-led foreign forces fully withdraw in 2014."
Police: Afghan militants drag female author out of her home, shoot her dead CBS News, September 5, 2013 (thanks to Van)
Suspected Taliban militants in Afghanistan on Thursday shot dead an Indian woman whose memoir about marrying an Afghan and life under the Islamist militia was made into a Bollywood movie, officials said.
The killing of Sushmita Banerjee was the latest in a string of attacks on prominent women in Afghanistan, adding to fears women's rights in a country where many are barely allowed outside the house will recede even more after U.S.-led foreign forces fully withdraw in 2014.
The militants arrived before dawn at Banjerjee's residence in eastern Paktika province, which lies in Afghanistan's east — a region where the Taliban are especially influential.
Her husband, Jaanbaz Khan, answered the door, only to be quickly bound and blindfolded, provincial police chief Gen. Dawlat Khan Zadran told The Associated Press.
The militants then dragged Banerjee outside, took her to a nearby road and shot her at least 15 times, Zadran said.