1. The United Nations could pass a Resolution such that Theocracies are historically proven to be incompatible with peaceful, sustainable human governance. Therefore unacceptable for membership. This is the reason the Separation of Church and State is in the UNITED STATES Constitution.
A direct consequence of this Resolution could be the expulsion of Afghanistan, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Iran and perhaps others.
2. The George W. Bush Doctrine. That a state that harbors a terrorist organization is just as responsible for its terroristic actions. The Taliban has been declared a terrorist organization by the USA. Further, by declaring itself the Emirate of Afghanistan and willing to accommodate Al Quaeda and ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant), it qualifies for Declaration of War unilaterally by the USA. This was the original rationale for the original invasion of Afghanistan by the USA.
A strategy to militarily destroy the Taliban without US casualties could be to surround and patrol Afghanistan with attack drones. Announce that anyone or group detected crossing the recognized international boundaries except at designated points will be attacked by air to ground weaponry. Further, patrolling drones could be called upon to leave patrol to attack targets of opportunity within Afghanistan. e.g. captured American military vehicles on the move, easily identifiable, would have to be driven by Taliban. When subject to attack, the personnel would be eliminated as well as the asset. (the vehicle). So it will do no good for the terrorists to use the captured vehicles.
There is a movie that depicts this tactic. An ancient army, surrounded, was summarily destroyed by archers. A repeated barrage by arrows eventually killed all the soldiers despite their shields. Such attacks could continue until the Taliban declares it will withdraw from its efforts to hold government power. If necessary, every Taliban should be killed.
Clearly all this holds for Israel also.
Also clearly, I do not anticipate it would be necessary to kill every Taliban or Jew.
As for myself, I am a non violent person. I am a non denominational Christian. I am a leftist revolutionary. I desire non violence, peace, prosperity and brotherhood. However I am also a realist and very practical. These are ideals. Until they are achieved we must deal with the practical realities on the ground. As a Presidential candidate I have had to ask myself about such issues. Particularly being Commander in Chief. And the Second Amendment. I have done so, asked and answered such questions. The answer is yes. I can defend the Constitution. I can support Second Amendment rights. I could order the military to take actions in which someone may kill or be killed.
Someone is going to be President. These decisions will be made by someone. I believe I am in the best position be be that someone. I have declared my candidacy for the SIXTH time.