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Mullah Omar: Bin Laden alive

Mullah Omar has declared in an interview with Russian publication “Argumenti i Fakty” that Osama Bin Laden continues to lead the resistance to the international coalition in Afghanistan, led by the USA.

The interview was held by e-mail, in which Mullah Omar, the former leader of the Taleban regime, who took flight after the regime was overthrown by the international coalition, claimed that “Osama helped us during the war against the Russians and he will not abandon us now”.

He added that if the USA does not abandon its campaign in Afghanistan, there will be more terrorist attacks against American people and interests and claimed that fro from being a beaten force, the Taleban were continuing to operate inside Afghanistan.

Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY PRAVDA.Ru

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