Bernadette#24... AGAIN, YOU ARE WRONG - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Messaoud
    • 05.06.06 | 14:43 (IDT)

    Ma chere Bernadette You are totally wrong. Why are you fabricating stories? If anything, the cultivation of opium in Afghanistan was banned by the Taliban and there was remarkable success in doing so, using the words of the UN. I invite you to check on these two sites (articles), away from the propaganda you hear here and there, and your own imagination. In this site: http://opioids.com/afghanistan/index.html You will read this: "U.N. drug control officers said the Taliban religious militia has nearly wiped out opium production in Afghanistan -- once the world's largest producer -- since banning poppy cultivation last summer". Also, consult this site: http://www.tni.org/archives/jelsma/taliban.htm Where you will read this: "By harvest time in spring 2001, the effectiveness of the ban was already confirmed beyond any doubt, and astonished the international community at the time. (Major Donors mission, 2001). " Alos, Nostradamus was full of nonsense.

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    First published 00:00 05.06.06 | Last updated 00:00 05.06.06
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