Exclusive: Taliban official says no reason for attacks after foreign troops leave

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Mufti Enamullah Samangani, the member of the #Taliban Cultural Commission told that the presence of foreign #troops provides a pretext to some groups to launch such attacks. When the foreign troops leave the country, there would be no reason left for such attacks from these groups. #Afghanistan

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