Ahmad Masood, the leader of the resistance movement in northern Afghanistan, insisted on not surrendering to the Taliban, saying he would rather die than surrender to the Taliban.
In an interview with a French magazine, Ahmed Masood said that the word “surrender” was not in his dictionary.
Ahmed Masood had asked world leaders for weapons before Kabul fell to the Taliban, but refused to do so.
He said he could not forget the historic mistakes of those to whom he had asked for arms eight days earlier.
Ahmed Masood said that today these weapons, helicopters, American made tanks are in the hands of Taliban.
Ahmed Masood said that he is ready for talks with the new Afghan rulers, talks can be held, talks are held in all wars.