Twitter | Search | |
The Wall Street Journal
They were once held by the U.S. at Guantanamo Bay. Now, they're joining the Taliban's political office in Qatar.
Senior Taliban members once held at Guantanamo Bay have joined the group’s political office in Qatar, a potential step forward in nascent peace talks under way between Washington and Afghanistan’s...
The Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal @WSJ
Reply Retweet Like More
A&z Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
Reply Retweet Like
Madanmohan Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
Lessons to be learnt by naive stupid westerners about bearded terrorists.?
Reply Retweet Like
Wandering Tiger Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
well, that's not terrorism, is it
Reply Retweet Like
Colle Davis Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
What is so hard to understand about moving in to politics by former terrorists? They have the same drive, resources, leaders and a warped philosophy as the politicians of any country. The difference is they know how to fight.
Reply Retweet Like
Jim Garvey Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
Thank the token president, Obama.
Reply Retweet Like
franklyfrank Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
THAT WAS THE PROBLEM UNDER OBAMA. WHO LET THEM FREE
Reply Retweet Like
Will Annunziata Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
Shocker
Reply Retweet Like
Michael ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
Thanks !
Reply Retweet Like
CT Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
Thanks obama!😡
Reply Retweet Like
Braxie Oct 30
Replying to @WSJ
The ones Released by Obama great!!!!
Reply Retweet Like
Robert Frey Oct 30
Replying to @tallcoachcd @WSJ
Nelson Mandela
Reply Retweet Like
Colle Davis Oct 30
Replying to @Ritewithfyre @WSJ
Good call! Thanks
Reply Retweet Like
عبدالله بن عبدالرحمن المقبل Oct 31
Replying to @WSJ
The Qatari regime been a main supporter to terrorist organizations for years from alQaida , taliban , Islamic brotherhood and recently ISIS. This is a dangerous escalation giving these criminals legitimacy by opening a diplomatic office. This Qatari nonsense has to stop !!!
Reply Retweet Like