Pakistan Says it Will Free the Leader of the Taliban

Mullah Baradar’s capture by the CIA in coordination with the ISI was really the only serious victory won against the Taliban in recent years.

While Baradar is often referred to as second-in-command of the Taliban, with Mullah Omar’s whereabouts and aliveness still uncertain, he was in practice the leader of the Taliban. And there’s no doubt that this move has the approval of Obama Inc. as one of those confidence building measures meant to achieve a worthless peace deal with the murderers of little girls.

Pakistan plans to release all Afghan Taliban prisoners still in its detention, including the group’s former second-in-command, an official said on Friday, in the clearest signal yet that it backs reconciliation efforts.

Regional power Pakistan is seen as critical to the success of U.S. and Afghan efforts to bring stability to Afghanistan, a task gaining urgency as the end of the U.S. combat mission in 2014 draws closer.

Afghanistan has been pressing its neighbor, home to an allied Taliban movement of its own, to free Taliban members who could help promote its tentative reconciliation efforts.

“The remaining detainees, we are coordinating, and they will be released subsequently,” Jalil Jilani, Pakistan’s foreign secretary, the foreign ministry’s top bureaucrat, told a news conference in Abu Dhabi.

Asked if the former Taliban deputy leader, Mullah Baradar, would be among those released, he said “The aim is to release all”, but did not elaborate further.

Jilani was speaking after meeting the acting U.S. special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, David Pearce, and Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Jawed Luddin at the Afghan embassy in Abu Dhabi.

So the dirty deal has been made.

Obama’s newfound “flexibility” has enabled him to give the Taliban whatever they want, including their leader, while American soldiers go on dying in Afghanistan.

The former deputy defense minister in the Taliban government in Afghanistan, Baradar has gradually taken control of the Taliban leadership council based in Quetta, Pakistan. “He makes the Taliban run,” said Seth G. Jones, a senior political scientist at the Rand Corporation and Taliban expert who recently returned from an advisory position with the U.S. military command in Afghanistan.

Omar, Jones said, “tends to be fairly reclusive and unpolished. Baradar is the one who deals with the operational side.”

And by “operational side”, we mean killing Americans.

What is Obama going to say to the family of the soldier killed in Afghanistan on the 16th? Or the families of the other 6 soldiers killed this month? Or the more than 1,000 soldiers who died in Afghanistan since he took office?

Nothing. Just as he had nothing to say to the families of the men he left to die in Benghazi.

  • JacksonPearson

    IMO, we haven't seen the full deviousness, or dark side yet from Barack Hussein Obama II. Unless our ball-less congress puts a stop to his power grabbing insanity, I shudder to think what the next four years are going to be like.

    Back on topic, Barack Hussein Obama II being a soldier of Allah, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if he gave Mullah Barada free passage to the United States, and a taxpayer funded mansion to live in Dearbornistan. /Sarc

    • objectivefactsmatter

      "Back on topic, Barack Hussein Obama II being a soldier of Allah, I wouldn't be a bit surprised if he gave Mullah Barada free passage to the United States, and a taxpayer funded mansion to live in Dearbornistan."

      He'll want him closer to Washington, perhaps next door to Huma and her beard. They need to plan the open jihad in America.

      • JacksonPearson

        Mullah Barada will have a staff all ready in place in Washington to achieve his goals, because Obama have allowed, including Hillary, to be infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood.

    • WilliamJamesWard

      After a month's stay in the Lincoln bedroom, seriously…………William

  • objectivefactsmatter

    "So the dirty deal has been made."

    Deal? What deal? What do we, the free people of the USA and greater free world get from this "deal?"

    Nothing but more terror.

    Thanks again 0'Bama.

    • WilliamJamesWard

      It is better to give than to receive would say Obama, even if it means giving comfort and aid
      to our enemies which is exactly what this is. Those terrorists released will go right back
      to Afghanistan and resume attacks on Americans, our feckless Congress will not observe
      the obvious and take no action, our Military leaders must speak out forcefully………..William

  • FPF

    Now the air force have something to practice their drone on.

    • AdinaK

      EVERYTHING the Islamist-in-Chief meddles in comes to nothing but a hell in a hand basket. His interests are clear, and they are not aligned with U.S. ones, this much is clear –

      The next 4 yrs will be much more hellish, if you can imagine.

      Adina Kutnicki, Israel

    • WilliamJamesWard

      The District of Criminals is open……………William

  • kafir4life

    They don't call BO Stinky for nothing, that's for sure.

  • Arlie

    Since 0 failed to close Gitmo he has been working diligently to open every other prison in the world to free all terrorists. Then he makes sure the released terrorists have all the newest weapons and funding and the main stream media is complicit. He's truly sick and perverted in his thinking. Proudhon, a friend of Karl Marx said "Every step FORWARD is a victory in which we overcome the Divine." They both worshiped Satan.

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  • WilliamJamesWard

    Considering there are no jobs for the freed Taliban it occurs to me why Obama gave Morsi
    all of the F-16,s and tanks, the Taliban will go to Egypt and train and spread the joy of
    Allah to the world with American technology. Nice of Obamallah to be on the Cheesy end of
    generosity, there may be a downside, the equipment will probably be used to kill Americans.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    A troll has been about……………….William