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Alarm in Delhi as West moves to separate Taliban, Qaeda in UN list

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  1. 4Aces

    4Aces Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    Alarm bells have begun to ring in New Delhi after the US and European countries recently moved a draft UN Security Council resolution to separate the Taliban from al-Qaeda in the UN sanctions regime, which could make it easier to “de-listâ€￾ entities in future.

    The consolidated sanctions list under UNSC Resolution 1267 on the ‘al-Qaeda and the Taliban and Associated Individuals and Entities’ as of now also contains India-specific groups like the Lashkar-e-Toiba, its key individuals, and the Jaish-e-Mohammed. They have been put down as al-Qaeda affiliates.

    The political objective behind the move, sources said, is to aid the reconciliation process with the Taliban in Afghanistan after communication channels were established with some Taliban leaders. But India is concerned that this change could dilute the well-established UN sanctions regime.

    Full article Alarm in Delhi as West moves to separate Taliban, Qaeda in UN list - Indian Express
     
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    So Pakistan will be able to continue to use their terrorist assets against India, unpunished! Thanks to US & European countries playing good terrorist, bad terrorist!!!
     
  3. Varad

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    Actually there is nothing to be surprised about. Since late 80s US and West knew that Pakistan used state sponsored terrorism and they turned a blind eye until they were themselves bitten. So, in simple words India will have to look for its own interest, the US and other countries will only do what is beneficial to them.
     
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    I'm not at all surprised! And yep, India is all alone in it's fight. I'm just pi$$ed off with the way Indian leadership deals with the security challenges facing the nation & the two faced, double dealing nature of the US & West!
     
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    Dont worry, year by year our diplomatic clout is set to grow and our leadership will get more stronger to deal on these issues. Slowly but steadily Pakistan has also realized that their terrorism policy will fail and there is only a certain limit upto which India can bear.
     
  6. Mr.Ryu

    Mr.Ryu Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    INDIA has always been alone in fighting TERRORISM we will tell a FACT well before some couple of year and you will ACKNOWLEDGE it only when it affects you [from 9/11 to 26/11] so we are not surprised.

    If after-all Pakistan can effectively use TERROR against us, What will happen if we use against them ? They will be wiped out in a month. But i am sure we wont use and we dont need too. Just to click lick your mind.
     
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