Panjshir valley won’t be given over to the Taliban and opposition contenders will be prepared to retaliate if the radical gathering attempts to hold onto it, the child of one of the fundamental heads of Afghanistan’s enemy of Soviet obstruction during the 1980s reveals to Al Arabiya.
“We defied the Soviet Union, and we will actually want to face the Taliban,” Ahmad Massoud, the child of Ahmad Shah Massoud, revealed to Al Arabiya.
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The Taliban revealed to Massoud he had four hours to surrender Panjshir valley, north of Kabul, where the 32-year-old and Vice President of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh are stayed.
Massoud said he would not give up regions under his influence to the Taliban.
Notwithstanding, he disclosed to Al Arabiya he was prepared to pardon the Taliban for killing his dad if the conditions for harmony and security in Afghanistan are met.
His dad was killed only days before the Sept. 11, 2001 assaults on the US by al-Qaeda assailants who delighted in Afghan asylum under Taliban rule. Ahmad Shah Massoud’s name keeps on conveying tremendous weight both in Afghanistan and all throughout the planet.
Massoud required the arrangement of a complete government to control the country, with the investment of the Taliban.
Massoud cautioned that war would be “unavoidable” if the fanatic gathering declines discourse.
Last week, Massoud swore to hold out against the Taliban from his fortress in the Panjshir valley.
In a Washington Post publication, he said individuals from the Afghan military had energized to his motivation in front of the Taliban’s capture of the country “since we realized this day may come.”
“We have stores of ammo and arms that we have quietly gathered since my dad’s time,” he said in the publication, adding that a portion of the powers who had gone along with him had brought their weapons.
“In the event that Taliban warlords dispatch an attack, they will obviously confront firm obstruction from us,” he said.