The new leader of the Afghan Taliban told the commanders and senior management Board of the group that there will be no peace talks with the Afghan government.
The source said that Hibatullah Akhundov, newly appointed to lead the terror group after a US drone killed Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, "belligerent policy, advocated by the founder, Mullah Omar, who was killed in Pakistan in 2013.
The source said that the appointment of the Akhundov "wants to return to the era of Mullah Mohammad Omar" with reference to one-eyed leader of the Mujahideen, who led the group since its inception in 1994, with "the simple life, loyalty and terror in enemies."
The Taliban in recent months shows strong activity, pushing Afghan forces from key positions and triggering a series of explosions in Kabul.
On Wednesday, the new leader announced the group has claimed responsibility for the attack in the capital killed 10 people and injured four others, including two children.
Sayed Mohammad Akbar Agha, one of the founders of the Taliban who lives in Kabul and says that he knows that the new leader of the educated and respected man and he'll be easier to make peace than with Mansour.
The new leader of the Taliban belongs to the tribe Nurses, founded in the late 50-ies - say the Taliban. He's 47 years old and he hails from the heartland of the Taliban in Panjwai district of southern Kandahar province.
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