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28 August 2012


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"My advice to the NATO command would be to stay away from this revolt."

Would this still be the case after US soldiers have "left" Afghanistan (at least symbolically)? Could we see something like the tactical alliance of Iraqi Sunnis with US forces against the foreign jihadis?

Off the top of my head, one important difference is that while AQ are foreigners to the Afghans, the Taliban are not, so that might complicate things. "My brothers against my cousins, my cousins against the world".

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