Difference between Taliban and Al Qaeda?

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The difference between the Taliban and Al Qaeda is the kind of organization each is. While both have Islamic roots, the Taliban is the self-proclaimed ruling organization of Afghanistan. Al Qaeda is a terrorist group that is made up of various nationalities, not just Afghanis.
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