The bad guy has found a good host

Posted on | augustus 1, 2011 | 1 Comment

Mullah Omar

Homa Sultani, member of the Afghan Parliament, has claimed Mullah Omar is her guest and lives in her home. This is not the first time she reveals her contacts with the one-eye fugitive Taliban leader. A few weeks ago she had claimed that Mullah Omar had given her a letter in which he had requested President Karzai to reconcile with him. The Taliban spokesmen have always rejected the claims of any negotiations; though the international media still reports that some peace talks are undergoing somewhere. Afghanistan’s opposition parties, particularly the one led by Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, have termed peace talks with Taliban as ‘unacceptable.’ President Karzai, however, has always invited Taliban for peace talks and his latest statement in this regard was a request to the Taliban to stop their fighting in respect of the holy Islamic month Ramadan.

‘At the moment Mullah Omar is in Afghanistan away from ISI and Pakistan. He is our guest and with us. His message is that he is ready and ready for reconciliation,’ the lawmaker from Ghazni province told the Parliament, according to local Afghan media. (See: Tolo News, [Pashto]).

The Parliamentarians, instead of asking her why she did not try to stop him from continuing his suicide war, formed a committee to investigate and visit her home after she insisted that she was ready for any punishment from any court if what she has said turned out to be a false claim.

After Osama bin Laden was found and killed in a compound close to a military academy in Pakistan’s Abbottabad, it was widely thought that Mullah Omar was also hiding somewhere near a military academy in Pakistan, probably in Quetta. A short time ago the Afghan intelligence had claimed that Mullah Omar had been moved from his hiding in Quetta to an unknown place. If that place was Ghazni, the Afghan intelligence had no clue about it.

It is hard to believe that the fugitive leader would hide in a female parliamentarian’s house in Ghazni, to be her guest. But unbelievable things always happen in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Bin Laden’s hiding place was also unbelievable. The account that Huma Sultani gives of her contacts with Mullah Omar suggest that the bad guy has fallen in love with her and has decided to leave Pakistan and reconcile with the government. Her love though does not seem strong enough to take him directly to the Parliament and tell them: ‘Look! I have brought him here. Hug him and finish the war.’

President Karzai has recently lost two of his most powerful and useful men in the south: his half-brother Ahmad Wali Karzai and his advisor Jan Muhammad Khan. Mullah Omar can prove a good replacement. But Huma Sultani claims the President does not want any reconciliation.

‘If more people get killed, the President and the government will be responsible because they are not interest in reconciliation,’ she told the Parliament.

AUTHOR: Hadi Hairan
E-MAIL: ahhairan [at]


One Response to “The bad guy has found a good host”

  1. Mr Tony
    augustus 2nd, 2011 @ 18:23

    If she was right, she would bring a picture or video of Taliban Leader Mullah Omar to Parliament house in order to prove for all lawmakers and other seekers who were asking. She is out of her mind and she couldn,t even give good explaination and reasons according to her interview with Azadi Radio.
    She is a psycho

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