Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Breeding of al Qaeda and Taliban

Our United States government created the Radical Islam. It is the product of our foreign policies since 1979. Our government decided to train Mujahideen to defeat Soviets in Afghanistan. Reagan administration provided Pakistan with resources to create madrassas and educate Afghans into Islamic radicals. From 1982 to 1992, 35,000 radical Muslims from 43 Islamic countries were brought to Pakistan; our government trained these young men in the art of terrorism against the Soviets.
Our U.S. government recruited Osama bin Laden and his 4,000 volunteers in 1984. With our knowledge, bin Laden created al-Qaeda in 1988. CIA provided highly sophisticated equipment and training to Bin Laden. We ignored when bin Laden opened terrorist cells in some 26 countries.
After the Soviets left Afghanistan in 1989, the U.S. supported Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, an Islamic fundamentalist, and the Taliban. In 1998, bin Laden master minded the bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. It was then too late. In 2001, the people of the United States were the next victim of al-Qaeda. Iranian people were victim of the same vicious people when the entire members of the Iranian mission in Afghanistan were killed by Taliban.
Today, August 6, 2007, the fist meeting between the technical staff of United States and Iran toward stabilizing Iraq, is a baby step toward normalization between these two countries. It is the first step toward normalizing the regional status of the Near East. Both the United States and Iran would be at greater risks if their activities would fail.

Iran would greatly benefit from a stable Iraq. Failure of the United States in managing al-Qaeda would not only harm US, but also would put at risk the satellite Arab countries, such as Egypt, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Jordan. These US satellite countries are the primary targets of al-Qaeda.


  1. TOTAL



    You would do well to begin by studying the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in the 1920's, and read the books written by the likes of Sayyid Qutb.

    Or remain ignorant, as your postings make abundantly clear.

  2. Otter,
    I am glad to hear from you. But, why don’t you create a blog of your own? If you have one, tell me about it. In your responses, you indicate knowledge about the things I write.
    If you have a point of view about Iran, especially during the last king (Shah), please send it to me? I would include it in my Web, if it would be in line with my own perspectives on things.
    St. Michael