Source Pravda.Ru

Taleban Leader Mullah Omar Claims To Be Ready For Death, But Wouldn't Stop The War

Taleban leader mullah Mohammad Omar said he was ready for death but wouldn't stop the war in which he is certain to take the upper hand over the USA. The spiritual leader of the Taleban said this in an interview with the Arab Al-Jamalla magazine. We have a lot of arms, a good economic provision, and I am not isolated from the people, said the mullah. The Taleban spiritual leader also said he had no convincing keys testifying to Osama bin Laden's involvement in the US terrorist acts. Osama bin Laden is enjoying the hospitality of the Afghan people, added mullah Omar. Last Sunday, when the US delivered its first strikes at Afghanistan, mullah Omar escaped death by a lucky chance, whereas two of his relatives were killed. Mullah Omar's house in Kandahar was also destroyed.

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