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Mullah Omar tried to force Bill Clinton out after Lewinsky

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Mullah Omar tried to force Bill Clinton out after Lewinsky

In 1998, Taliban leader Mullah Omar advised the US Congress to force Bill Clinton to resign following revelations of his sex tryst with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

The US State Department has disclosed documents from Mullah Omar who was at the time seeking assistance in reconstructing Afghanistan.

The declassified document quoted Omar as saying in a telephone conversation with a high-ranking US official that Congress should force President Clinton to resign to rebuild US popularity in the Islamic world.

In the same conversation, he said the US should withdraw its forces from the Gulf, especially from Saudi Arabia.

He asked for US assistance in reconstructing Afghanistan but was rebuffed, with the official saying the US would remain as long as Osama bin Laden was in the area.

Omar said he had seen no hard evidence against Bin Laden and insisted the Taliban were bound to provide shelter to their guests as per a traditional hospitality code.

Rejecting Omar’s claim, the US official said the US had undeniable evidence about bin Laden.

The telephone conversation, which was recorded, took place in August 1998 between the US official and an open line conference group at the Taliban’s headquarters in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

After the conversation began with a Taliban aide, Omar surprisingly came on the line.

http://www.srilankannews.net/story/554010

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Mullah Omar tried to force Bill Clinton out after Lewinsky

In 1998, Taliban leader Mullah Omar advised the US Congress to force Bill Clinton to resign following revelations of his sex tryst with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

The US State Department has disclosed documents from Mullah Omar who was at the time seeking assistance in reconstructing Afghanistan.

The declassified document quoted Omar as saying in a telephone conversation with a high-ranking US official that Congress should force President Clinton to resign to rebuild US popularity in the Islamic world.

In the same conversation, he said the US should withdraw its forces from the Gulf, especially from Saudi Arabia.

He asked for US assistance in reconstructing Afghanistan but was rebuffed, with the official saying the US would remain as long as Osama bin Laden was in the area.

Omar said he had seen no hard evidence against Bin Laden and insisted the Taliban were bound to provide shelter to their guests as per a traditional hospitality code.

Rejecting Omar’s claim, the US official said the US had undeniable evidence about bin Laden.

The telephone conversation, which was recorded, took place in August 1998 between the US official and an open line conference group at the Taliban’s headquarters in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

After the conversation began with a Taliban aide, Omar surprisingly came on the line.

http://www.srilankannews.net/story/554010

The truth is, Mullah Omar was banging Paris Hilton at the time, and couldn't stand the idea of Clinton getting bigger press headlines for his affair.

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