Son of Afghan resistance hero criticizes ‘secretive’ U.S. Taliban deal

A “secretive” peace deal between United States and the Taliban could face wide resistance in Afghanistan if it opens the…

A “secretive” peace deal between United States and the Taliban could face wide resistance in Afghanistan if it opens the door to the insurgents’ hardline regime, said the son of Ahmad Shah Massoud, the slain hero of the anti-Soviet resistance. Ahmad Massoud, who was 12 years old when his father was assassinated days before the Sept 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, is among several Afghan politicians critical of the accord reached with the Taliban this week.

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