It seemed that the government of Afghanistan is inutile. At this point in time, it doesn't know what to do with the South Korean hostages taken by the Talibans on the outskirts of Kabul. Until the government is able to find an effective diplomatic deal that would convince the stone-hearted Taliban to be kind enough to let of the hostages, the world will be closely watching what's going on in that part of the world.
Now, the question lies really as to why foreigners are allowed to go freely outside of Kabul, when everybody knows that it is dangerous to be in such a place? It is perhaps timely that the government should do something about the problem. If not, the lives of the innocent hostages are at stake, knowing that the Talibans have no respect for humans, especially if you belong to another religious denominations. How could such a group of people be so indifferent to foreign aid workers whose mission is simply to help those who are in need. To many people, what the Talibans do at this point in time is unGodly in the truest sense of the word. Isn't it?