Monday, September 03, 2007

Taliban vows to kidnap, kill more foreigners reported Taliban plan to abduct and kill more nationals from foreign countries whose troops serve under NATO and the US military in the country, a spokesman for the Islamic movement warned today.
Of course. The South Koreans show them it was profitable, ane it is easier work than spending all day in the poppy fields.
The vow comes just days after the Taliban released 19 South Korean hostages after their Government struck a deal that critics said sets a dangerous precedent that could spur more kidnappings and make life even more dangerous for foreigners.

"We consider it (kidnapping) as an arm that can help us in imparting a blow to the enemy," Taliban spokesman Qari Mohammad Yousuf said by telephone from an undisclosed location.
Especially if they are not armed.
"Kidnapping ... and killing of (nationals) of those countries who have come for the annihilation of the nation of Afghanistan, are works which suppress the enemy," he added.
The Taliban are the ones that have come for the annihilation of the nation of Afganistan. The other foreigners are there to help rebuild the country for the Afgans.
Yousuf, one of two Taliban spokesmen, said the group would not target nationals from foreign countries who have no troops in Afghanistan.
It is not that they want to be nice to countries with no troops there, but if they are not there, they can't kidnap them. And they really don't want to target troops, because they have guns and might resist. They prefer innocent Christians who are just there to help.

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