Please remind the Taliban to not cross the Pakistani boarder into Afghanistan to murder Afghanistan civilians . This is a sure fire way to prevent Afghanistan crossing the boarder into Pakistan to defend themselves from future attacks .
Again so the Taliban has full right to cross boarders and murder civilians ? Is that what your saying
Again Afghanistan has full right to defend themselves from an enemy WHO crosses boarders , and then retreats back "thinking they are safe" , and then crosses the boarder to attack once again <-- clearly that is a known fact
You did not answer my question about what if North Korea attacked South Korea ? You only mentioned a UN resolution that does not in anyway mentions a defending country ? Such as South Korea and Afghanistan .
since any such strike would be unlawful it follows that the South would have the right to self-defence... just like the Taleban does.
LOL Well you got half right , yes the South has that right to defend themselves - key word is aggressor - Just like Afghanistan has the full right to defend themselves from the aggressor Taliban
No, it lost the right when it failed to stop civilian attacks being launched from its territory.
Taliban lost that right because they are the aggressor . They constantly crosses the boarder into Afghanistan and attacks their civilian people their police and their armed national forces they even attack school girls
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