Taliban, once seeded by the CIA in Afghanistan to counter the secular socialists on power, has said they want a genuine Islamic system of government in the country.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, co-founder of Taliban echoed what they have been saying since the country was governed by the socialists.
"We understand that the world and Afghans have queries and questions about the form of the system to be established following the withdrawal of foreign troops," Baradar said in a statement.
"A genuine Islamic system is the best means for the solution of all issues of the Afghans," he added. "Our very participation in the negotiations and its support on our part indicates openly that we believe in resolving issues through (mutual) understanding."
Baradar said in his statement that women and minorities would be protected under the proposed system, and diplomats and NGOs would be permitted to work securely.
In all likeliness, the Taliban's plan seems to enforce the Jihad regime in the country in exchange for "peace."
West might agree with anything if they adopt the western neo-liberal system with some glimpses of "economic-liberty."