|By: RichardKanePA Wednesday February 10, 2010 8:14 pm|
Pakistan is struggling to try to arrange negotiations between the US and the Taliban fighters in their country. They separate Mullah Omar, who never attacked Pakistan and urges other Taliban leaders and the al Qaeda not to do so, from those who suicide bomb in Pakistan. One of the things making peace more difficult is that the US peace movement isn’t cheering Pakistan and Afghan President Karzai’s efforts, and the UN conference in Prague was barely noted on most peace blogs. If the US peace movement could do a little enthusiastic cheering, it might help peace negotiations along.