Taleban cells spread lessons of jihad in Kabul University

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  1. From The TimesMay 26, 2008

    Afghanistan: Secret Taleban cells spread lessons of jihad in Kabul University
    Students at a commencement ceremony in April at Kabul University, where a secret Taleban cell claims to have recruited several hundred members

    Jeremy Page, Kabul
    To his professors and peers at Kabul University, Abdul is the epitome of a model student.

    The 21-year-old law undergraduate takes copious notes in class, always finishes assignments on time and hopes to become a teacher when he graduates.

    What they do not know is that when class is over he spends his time on less wholesome activities - watching videos of bomb attacks on American troops and plotting to overthrow the Afghan Government.

    Abdul is not just a Taleban sympathiser: he is a member of a secret Taleban cell at Kabul University that claims several hundred members and is a worrying new sign of the movement's expanding influence.
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  2. Oh god, they're everywhere. Do you guys think the same thing will happen when the Taliban and other militias were funded by the Western Goverments to protect their country from the russian invasion. Except this time the Iraqi Army will eventually turn against us after funding them.

    Personally i think its likely the US will cause a lot of trouble for all of us since they're constantly dropping bombs on innocent civilians.
  3. They may have got a lot there, but there is a suprisingly large amount of recruitment going on for Muslim extremist groups in British Universities. In kabul I'm only suprised that its secret.