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  1. Thatcher welcomed warlords to No 10

    Saturday 20 April 2013

    Ronnie Kasrils is right to point out Margaret Thatcher’s support for the Taliban in the past (M Star April 16). It’s a part of her record that should be fully explored in any honest assessment of her legacy.

    In 1986 Thatcher welcomed Afghan warlord Abdul Haq to this country, a man who had ordered a bomb to be planted at Kabul airport, which killed about 30 people.

    She also invited Gulbuddin Hekmatyar to London, one of the most cruel warlords, a man known to have thrown acid in women’s faces and trafficked in opium. And she called him a freedom fighter.

    It seems very unlikely that this will be mentioned in the Daily Mail, BBC and others.

    The fact that it hasn’t already been shouted from the rooftops is testament to the poverty of our mainstream commercial media.

    B O’Brien

    London N21

    http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/news/content/view/full/131964

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