Taliban to step up fight if US-Afghan security deal is signed: Mullah Omer

AfghanistanTaliban to step up fight if US-Afghan security deal is signed: Mullah...

KABUL: The Taliban leader Mullah Omar has said that his followers will continue fighting with more momentum if Kabul signed a security deal with the United States that will allow US forces to stay in Afghanistan after 2014.

In a statement posted on a Taliban website, Mullah Omar said that the invaders and their allies should understand (the signature) of the strategic agreement would have serious consequences for them.


The Taliban leader called upon the Afghan people to boycott presidential and provincial elections to be held next year.

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