Do U think president Bush is responsible for whatever happens to the Korean hostages?!?
Qari Yousef Ahmadi, who claims to speak for the Taliban, said that the lives of 21 South Korean hostages rest on the shoulders of Afghan President Hamid Karzai and President Bush, who are holding two days of talks at Camp David, Md.
"Karzai and Bush will have responsibility for whatever happens to the hostages,!!!!!!!" Ahmadi said....
whats your opinion??
- EddieXLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
The Taliban will be responsible for whatever happens to those Korean nationals and if they bring harm to them, they will be dealt with eventually, They had better hope the Americans get to them first because the Korean people are a strong people with very fierce fighting men hwo will not stop at nothing, The Taliban will dread the day they ever crossed Korea. Our Country will help our Korean friends do whatever needs to be done to get those folks back home to their loved ones because Korea is our friend and Ally.
- ?Lv 61 decade ago
The responsibility is Qari Yousef Ahmadi's.
- nelemsLv 43 years ago
i like to call them the two creation thoughts of Genesis the 1st tale which starts Genesis a million and ends Genesis 2:3 the 2d tale starts with Genesis 2:4 and maintains onward. on the tip of Genesis a million:27 it states that God created the two guy and woman which gave upward push to the perception that guy and woman have been created on an identical time in an identical way wherein the guy grew to become into Adam and since the story is going the female grew to become into Lilith. yet of direction you are able to desire to realize that the Lilith tale is purely that a narrative in fact the Hebrews did not even provide her a acceptance the call originated latter on however the Lilith tale is folklore. The Lilith tale began in the process the Babylonian exile of the Jews despite the fact that it could evolve in the process the middle a while in Europe.
- powhoundLv 71 decade ago
Do you really need to ask?
Bad people kidnapped a large group, and executed at least one or two of them so far. How is this in any way anybody's responsibility, except for those taliban fruitcakes.
I wish Bush would leave Iraq alone and go stomp on them.
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- chasen54Lv 51 decade ago
Its indeed a tragic issue and the talibans are more likely to be responsible for this matter.But u cant deny President George W Bush and the americans plays a big part too.The talibans are probably sick n tired of US for bombing them and many inoocent lives especially the children were killled.If US refuse to help the koreans, the talibans will do what they say if their demands are not met before the deadline.
- dadacooloneLv 51 decade ago
Considering the hostages were taken before anyone knew about the bush/kaizai meeting, ..it's just more bs from taliban/taliban supporters..blashphemers of Islam !
- 1 decade ago
The person/s responsible for the fate of the Korean hostages is the thugs that kidnapped them to start with.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Isn`t Bush responsible for everything that happens in the Milky Way Galaxy ?
- Ret. Sgt.Lv 71 decade ago
The Taliban are responsible and thats all.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
if that is true,,as you said,,then their is a link between the two,,,or more..that meant definite knowledge and deception+=responsibility for much..i think anyway...chow