Saturday, March 12, 2011

Afghanistan: Karzai calls for end to NATO operations

Afghan President Hamid Karzai calling for end to NATO operations in Afghanistan Afghan President Hamid Karzai called on NATO to end its military operations in the country. "I urge the NATO and the United States with honor and humility, not with arrogance about to end their operations in our country," Karzai said on Saturday in the eastern province of Kunar.

Karzai met with hundreds of tribal elders, among them were also members of nine children and other civilians who had recently been killed in attacks by the NATO-led ISAF troops. "If there is a war against terrorists and international terrorism, they should take him to the regions we have shown them in the past nine years and they know it," Karzai said in the address of the NATO troops.

"We are very tolerant people, but our tolerance is now over." Karzai had repeatedly asked in the past, positions of the radical Islamic Taliban abroad, especially in Pakistan, instead of attacking Afghan villages.

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