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Israeli Jew Replies the Taliban After the Latter Said They Won't Have Relationships With Israel

Spokesman for Taliban that toppled Afghan government asserted that it wants relationship with all countries in the Middle East region, but not Israel.

On Tuesday, Islamic extremist group known as Taliban said it welcome relationships with the United States and other countries in the region except Israel. 

The spokesman for the extremist group, Suhail Shaheen, disclosed this to Russia's media outfit Sputnik news that the Taliban are ready to collaborate and work with the United States after they swiftly took over the twenty-year-old Western backed government in August just as President Joe Biden pulled out to end the United States' longest war. 

Photo credit: Suhail Shaheen.

“Yes, of course, in a new chapter if America wants to have a relation with us, which could be in the interest of both countries and both peoples, and if they want to participate in the reconstruction of Afghanistan, they are welcome.

“Of course, we won’t have any relation with Israel. We want to have relations with other countries, Israel is not among these countries,” Shaheen disclosed. 

Photo credits: Suhail Shaheen, Hananya Naftali.

But replying the Taliban over their comments on Israel in a Facebook post, Israeli Jew Hananya Naftali said "who wants relationship with the Taliban anyway."

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