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War Room (Afghanistan: Amin, Adelman, Oakley Interview) Part II) #655388

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 09, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion continued with Northern Alliance Representative Haron Amin, former United States arms control director/Defense Policy Board Ken Adelman and former assistant Secretary of State Phyllis Oakley about the war in Afghanistan, including bombing during Ramadan. [OAKLEY - suggests the United States response to continuing bombing during the holy month.] [AMIN - says the Taliban has been fighting during Ramadan for years; suggests the political road map should be in place before taking Kabul.] [ADELMAN - suggests political groups be cobbled together after the war is won.] Article by "New York Times" writer Thomas Friedman about the Pashtun-led Taliban quoted.

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