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NY Times: Anger after raid kills wealthy Afghan with murky past

September 5, 2011

KABUL, Afghanistan — In life and death, Sabar Lal’s story was riddled with conflicting narratives, writes Ray Rivera in the New York Times.

After the fall of the Taliban government in 2001, he claimed to be on the side of the Americans in the hunt for Al Qaeda, but United States troops accused him of helping Osama bin Laden and his allies flee to Pakistan.

Continues at: nytimes.com – Anger after raid kills wealthy Afghan with murky past

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    September 5, 2011 18:46

    Contradictory the live hystory of Sabar Lal, without any certainity for anyone and possible to be used eitehr by a side or the other.
    The only certainity: a warning for transition phase, peace, and others rights.
    An explosive situation that requires, by the two fronts, an attention and a evaluation that may aid:
    – to save the results obtained;
    – to prosecute the peace and the reconstruction process;
    – to concert a definitive solution of the “situation Sabar Lal”.
    After, may be, this situation will never utilized to destabilize Afghan situation.
    Claudio Alpaca

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