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Colonialist Motives Behind Marjah Operations
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 12:14 Sahar
It is now for one week that the invading enemy have launched military operations named “ together” against Mujahideen in Marjah, a part of Nad Ali district, Helmand province. They have put more than 15,000 American, NATO and the hireling Afghan troops against a minuscule number of Mujahideen in the area. More than 60 helicopters, armed with hellfire missiles, and hundreds of tanks are taking part in the operation.
Marja has remained in the hands of Mujahideen for the last few years. Other parts of Helmand province like Baghiran, Dishu, and Washer districts are already under the administration of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. So question rises why the enemy chose Marjah, a small area, to launch operations. Ostensibly, the enemy say that they want to put pressure on Taliban to accept the government terms of re-integration and reconciliation announced at the end of London Conference on 28th of last month. In fact, Marjah is a geopolitically important area because it borders on Baluchistan, Pakistan where China has a vast developmental project in the shape of Gwadaer seaport.
The invading America wants to control the transit way to Gwader in order to ensure a short-cut for supply of its logistics which are now shipped through Karachi sea port, Pakistan and through Tajikistan to the north of Afghanistan. They also want stymie Chinese involvement in the Gwadar project. Similarly, in light of the new round of the politically tense situation between Washington and Tehran over uranium enrichment and Iran’s missiles program, the White House wants to install new espionage equipments in Mrjah close to the Iranian border. In addition to this , British invaders have been extracting uranium in Sangin district which is fraught with raw uranium.
Local Mujahideen say, the British invading forces have brought heavy excavation equipments to the district for extraction of uranium in Sangin.
The British are also involved in drug trafficking in Helmand province. They are secretly taking heroin in British planes to black markets in Europe. No question, the war fought under the name of terrorism has other political and economic motives including expansionist goals rather than the so-called announced War on Terror. However, the Afghani Mujahideen have been sacrificing their lives to ensure independence of their country and put an end to the colonialist game started under the unjustified reasons and causes.
Despite the media fanfare and partial reporting of the Western media, Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in Marjah have besieged the enemy troops. Fresh reports from the area say: “ In fact, the invading forces have made no spectacular advancement since the beginning of the operations. They have descended from helicopters in limited areas of Marjah and now are under siege.
The invaders are not able to come out of their ditches. Wherever they intend to move, they come under severe attacks of Mujahideen and face explosions of planted mines. Then they retreat hastily. The enemy troops have lost their morale. The local people are beholding the foreign troops crying loudly. “
We want all freedom- loving forces in the world to support the legitimate cause of the Afghan Mujahideen led by the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and save the humane values from the claws of colonialism. Right now, the occupying forces are trampling down on human dignity, freedom, security and values under the farcical name of terrorism.
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 12:22 administrator
After the beginning of the military operation in Marja by the invaders, their advancement has been stalled by local Mujahideen in the area. According to reports, Mujahideen have started coordinated tip and run operations against the enemy not only in Marja but also in all other districts of Helmand province. According to Yousef Ahmadi, spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Mujahideen attacked enemy forces at Loi Char Rahi, Block Nokaro Char Rahi and Camp areas. They are under siege now. The enemy wanted their infantry to join air-borne marines descended behind the lines. But Mujahideen, using there past experience, foiled the enemy efforts and besieged them. In another attack in Safun and Wakil Wazir areas, Mujahideen destroyed 7 tanks of the enemy and killed 25 invaders. Report further say that Mujahideen are attacking enemy mobile patrol all throughout the area as per tactical plan already worked out by Mujahideen. The Mujahideen also penetrated into areas behind the enemy places of gatherings and they are attacking them from the back. Earlier, enemy launched attacks from the side of Nawar and Shirn Jan Char Rahi but they faced planted land mines and lost a number of tanks and anti-mine vehicles. Similarly, in Aibadullah Qulp, Shamlan and Qari Sadi areas, near the center of Majah, enemy troops were killed as a result of incessant guerillah attacks of Mujahideen and planted mines. The Mujahideen have deployed special martyrdom-seeking teams in all areas of the enemy gathering. Local commanders of Mujahideen are implementing the vast and long-term tactical plan of attacks hammered out by the military commission of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. The aim is to entangle the enemy in long-term battles. Mujahideen are coordinating their operations on the basis of the war plan. Ironically, the enemy is exacting revenge on the civilians after facing defeat at the hand of the Mujahideen. They attack villages and people houses with mortar rounds and missiles. So far enemy have martyred 17 civilians in two separate incidents. 12 civilians were killed in a blind missile attack on residential area while, in a night raid on Qari Sadi village, near the center of Marja, enemy troops opened fire on members of a family, killing five persons on the spot. Later, they took 15 innocent villagers to their bases.
14 U.S military tanks destroyed in Nad Ali district
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 07:33 By Zabihullah Mujahid
HELAMD (sic), Feb. 16 – Yet again five military tanks of the US troops were destroyed in separate incidents in Nad Ali district of Helmand, on Monday. According to the report, three tanks of a huge U.S military convoy of the tanks while traveling from Shorab to the center of this district were struck by landmine explosions in Dasht area while the latter two were targeted in by bombings in Lowi Mandah area of this district.
The detonations occurred within an hours destroying all five tanks with U.S soldiers dead who were on board. In fact, 14 tanks of the U.S troops have been eliminated in separate incidents in different parts of Nad Ali most of them in Marjah through Monday.
Nine policemen killed in Gerishk battle in Helmand
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 09:07 By Qari Yusuf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Feb. 16 – Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate, during a vast operation on Monday Killed 9 policemen as well as wounding dozens in Helmand’d Gerishk district. Our report indicates during the three-hour long operation, Mujahideen attacked some police posts in Rauf Khan Shili, Naw Zad Adah ( bus station ) and Mahbas areas of this district, while one of the police ranger vehicles was left on fire after being hit by the rocket fire. adding that two of the commanders were ,reportedly, among the dead.
Three Britons killed, one injured in Helmand
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 09:34 By Qari Yusuf Ahmadi
HELAMD (sic), Feb. 16 -In a vast operation, Mujahideen attacked British outposts and bases in Sangeen district of Helmand on Sunday. As per details Mujahideen carried out simultaneous attacks on British troops in eight points in Sangeen district consisting of Majidack Chowck, Char Deh, Hamaam, Charkhaino Mandah, Haji Lal Jan Sarai, Charkhakian Mandah, Mulah Adam Nik Ziyarat, Shin Ghazian, causing the British troops huge losses and fatalities but there are no further details to confirm how many were killed or injured during this operation.
Meantime during the attacks, one of the British tanks was hit by landmine explosion, killing three Britons and injured another four.
American terrorist troops martyred 11 innocent civilians in Helmand
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 09:52 By Qari Yusuf Ahmadi
HELMANDM (sic), Feb. 16 – There are reports from Helmand province that the U.S. terrorist forces left 11 civilians matyred in the province’s Wahir district on Monday. According to the details, at least four civilians were martyred in the outskirt of Wahir district when a U.S helicopter targeted their vehicle in the desert between Babuk and Goran areas, while 6 others fell victim to the U.S airstrikes after a little over an hour who had reached the area to evacuate the 4 martyrs from the area. Likewise, the eleventh civilian was martyred near the same area when his vehicle was hit by the U.S airstikes fired from the helicopter. All the eleven people were the innocent civilians who had gone to Farah’s Dil Aram district, a neighboring district, to get some groceries and other foodstuff while returning fell victim to the U.S airstrikes, said the residents.
Blast kills three Americans, wounds two near Lashkar Gah
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 14:35 By Qari Yusuf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Feb. 16 – A remote-controlled bomb on Tuesday killed 3 U.S soldiers and injured two others in Helmand’s Nad Ali district. According to the report, the remote-controlled bomb tore through a group of the U.S on foot soldiers in Changiri area of this district near provincial capital, Lashkar Gah, in which one their translators resident of Kabul city was, too, killed besides the Americans.
American Chinook helicopter shot down in Marjah
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 15:57 By Qari Yusuf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Feb. 16 – One of the U.S military Chinook-like helicopters while trying to airlift the foodstuff to Americans who have been surrounded and their escape routes closed off by the Mujahideen, was shot down Monday the wreckage of whose is still lying scattered at the site near Lui Charahi in Marjagh. The report indicates the helicopter was set on fire soon after in was shot and fell down in minutes, however, the details of the dead in the incident are unclear.