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Iran to train Afghan police

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posted on Feb, 28 2006 @ 09:33 PM
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Because of US and Canadian troops being stuck in Afghanistan I guess this could be a very good thing since the police is very important at this kind of situation to atleast maintain the crime down at that country, we Iranians are doing good things for the countrys in the need of help and this could lighten good heads up for Americans on this forum... your words on this would be great.




TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Iranian interior minister said with reference to the summit on the reorganization of Afghan police in Qatar that the meeting is aimed at the strengthening of the Afghan police in the different dimensions of the law enforcement troops, training, equipment, border stations and check points and the needed facilities and instruments.

Prior to his departure to Qatar to attend a summit on the reorganization of the Afghan police, Mostafa Pour Mohammadi stated that the first meeting was also held in Qatar last year, adding, "the neighboring countries participate in the meeting in order to help Germany in the reorganization of the Afghan police, since the United Nations has appointed Germany as the supervisor of the Afghan police."

"Due to sharing long borders with Afghanistan and owing to the fact that many security issues of this country affect the domestic affairs of our country as well, Iran has always properly cooperated with Afghanistan in grounds of training, enhancing border road security and establishing border stations and checkpoints," the interior minister reminded.

He further added that 8 border stations have been set up and handed over to the Afghan government, while another 17 are about to be finished.

www.farsnews.com...



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[edit on 28-2-2006 by Mehran]




posted on Feb, 28 2006 @ 11:06 PM
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Well you have to wonder if the government of Iran isnt giving aid to anti government forces in Afghanistan.
Given that Irans leaders seem to view democracy as a great threate then Saddam ever was you have to wonder why the government of Iran would do anything to aid the Afgan government.



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 08:14 AM
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Originally posted by xpert11
Well you have to wonder if the government of Iran isnt giving aid to anti government forces in Afghanistan.
Given that Irans leaders seem to view democracy as a great threate then Saddam ever was you have to wonder why the government of Iran would do anything to aid the Afgan government.

It's not difficult to figure out. Who is the biggest dog in the Middle East right now? Nobody, right? Iraq is in shambles, Jordan has its fingers in its ears, and Saudi Arabia has all the functionality of a sock puppet.

Iran is making inroads to become the top player in the Middle East. It's cranking its PR machines like crazy, jockeying for dominance of the region's sympathies, and part of that includes extending "help" (quid pro quo favors)O to neighboring nations.



posted on Mar, 1 2006 @ 08:35 AM
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This is TERRIBLE news NR.

Radical Sharia preaching thugs training the Afghan police? This cannot be allowed, to put the Taliban back into control right after the countries liberation from them would be catastrophic. Imagine the very police set to protect against the terrorists and the Taliban are actually the terrorists themselves?

Let’s hope for Afghanistan’s sake this is not true. (And if your source is as reputable as all your others, it most likely isn’t...)



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