By Rob Taylor
Fri Aug 17, 2012 8:07am BST
KABUL (Reuters) - Reclusive Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar has urged insurgent fighters to "emphatically" avoid civilian deaths after a swathe of suicide bombings this week that killed 63 people, but said militants had successfully infiltrated security forces.
In a message to the Afghan people ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival ending the holy Ramadan fasting month, the one-eyed leader said insurgents should "employ tactics that do not cause harm to life and property of the common countrymen".
Tags: Afghaistan, US, NATO, Occupation, Taliban, Mullah, Omar, Pakistan, terrorist, Punjabi, ISI
Location: Afghanistan (load item map)
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