This little event contradicts
everything we have been told about the Taliban's Islamic roots:
At least 5,000 Afghans protested in eastern Afghanistan today against the assassination of a pro-government Islamic cleric in a suspected Taliban attack. Mullah Mohammad Khan was killed on Friday when a bomb planted in his mosque in Tanai district in eastern Khost province exploded. A dozen worshippers were wounded. President Hamid Karzai condemned the killing as "an attack on the religion of Islam." There have been several attacks, some of them deadly, against influential Muslim clerics this year. Most have been blamed on suspected Taliban.