Taliban leader Mullah Omar issued a statement that the NATO commander in Afghanistan rejected on Friday and called it "hate messages deranged man."
In a rare statement, the Taliban leader talks about victory in the battlefields against NATO, told AFP.
General John Allen called the announcement "unmistakable message of death, hatred and beznadeža for the Afghan people" on the eve of Eid, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
Calling Omar "sick man" who used "the language of fools," Allen has ridiculed calls Taliban leaders to avoid civilian casualties.
Mullah Omar in a statement, written in seven pages, said that talks with the United States' does not mean giving up our goals. "
"Or Omar is lying, or his supporters not to listen, but it is clear that Afghan civilians are paying the price for his corrupt leadership," said Allen.
Mullah Omar in a statement, written in seven pages, said that talks with the United States "does not mean giving up our goals."
Instead, focus on the initiation of the process of exchange of prisoners, the opening of a political office and "achieving our goals," noting that the Taliban had broken off talks earlier this year.
He is called "the so-called transition" under which NATO handing greater responsibility for the war to Afghan security forces, a sign that they are defeated.