• Taliban co-founder: Strict punishment, executions will return

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    The Pakistani-trained, Wahhabi-controlled Taliban
    once terrorized Afghanistan. On Sept. 21, 2001, the
    Taliban overthrew the repressive Afghan government.
    It also gained control of most of the country,
    which was then divided into fiefdoms ruled by local
    warlords. This arrangement created a new set of
    enemies. The Taliban and their allies, many of them
    based in the north of the country, were despised in
    the south, which was dominated by the rival Afghan-
    Iranian Tajik militia the Islamic State of the
    Taliban (ISW) or Hezb-e-Islami-ye-Tahrik.

    In the following years, most of the warlords of
    Afghanistan fled or surrendered. The Taliban regime
    continued, although its legitimacy as an Islamic
    government was increasingly challenged by other
    factions. The United States, its warlords? long-
    time allies, and Afghan warlordism continued to
    weaken the Taliban. A power struggle among the
    various pro-U.S. warlords resulted in the ousting
    of Ahmed Wali

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