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Complete report on Kandahar operation Screen capture of full statement at Scribd.com

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 20:24 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi

Yesterday’s successful operation was part of a broader operation Al-Fath, being carried out by Mujahideen of Islamiic Emirate of Afghanistan throughout the whole country.

Alemarah website interviewed Mauli Muhammad Akram, the head of this operation and asked some questions regarding yesterday’s events which are as follows:

Alemara: Could you give us some details about yesterday’s successful operation.

Mauli Muhammad Akram: Yesterday morning, about 11:30 am, a Martydom seeking Mujahid blew his explosive-laden truck at the northern gate, close to the invaders learning facility, in which 150 US and Canadian soldiers were busy with military studies. Then two missiles were fired and hit 2 watchtowers, 20 meters away from the learning facility.

After the way was cleared, 6 Martydom seeking Mujahideen carrying 2 RPG’s, 4 heavy machineguns and each carrying 5 grenades, sharp knives and machetes’, 7 rifle magazines and 8 rockets entered the learning facility and killed those soldiers who had not yet died from the initial explosions.

Mauli Akram added that the initial blast also destroyed a tower, containing computers and other electronic equipment.

Alemara: When and how did these 7 Mujahideen become martyrs?

Mauli Muhammad Akram: 1 Mujahid was martyred when he blew up his explosive-laden truck. 2 others blew their explosive belts and were martyred when we were praying Asr, late afternoon. 3 others were martyred early in the evening during Magrib prayer.

Alemara: Could you tell us some details about the destroyed helicopters.

Mauli Muhammad Akram: 50 meters behind the learning facility, 12 helicopters were stationed in a workshop, which were shot with RPG rounds containing petrol and are believed to be destroyed. Later that afternoon the US terrorist tried to fly a helicopter close to the workshop but came under RPG fire and was destroyed.

Alemarah: Could you tell us about enemy casualties

Mauli Muhammad Akram: Around 173 NATO terrorists were killed in yesrday’s operation. This includes 150 invaders who came to the base in 3 buses a couple hours before the attack took place. 7 others died during the helicopter incident and 16 others were killed in explosions and clashes with the Mujahideen. I must add that in the clashes and explosions that took place throughout the day, a lot of other invaders also died and a large number of their resources were also destroyed.

Alemara: ISAF says that the tractor carrying explosives got stuck in the mud before reaching the base and the other Martydom seeking Mujahideen were gunned down while trying to reach the base. What do you say about these claims?

Mauli Muhammad Akram: Yes, the tractor incident happened a day before the operation, when it was sent on reconnaissance mission. ISAF are telling blatant lies and it has nothing to do with yesterday’s operation.

Alemara: The world media is keeping quiet due to American pressure. Have the Mujahideen done any sound or video recordings of the operation?

Mauli Muhammad Akram: Yes, we have done some video recordings of the operation and it will be released at a suitable time.

Alemara: Thank you very much for sharing this information with our audience and the world.

3 vehicles destroyed when allied US-led allied logistical convoy comes under attack

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 22:08 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDHAR, Aug. 04 – At least 3 puppets security guards were killed with one of their military vehicles destroyed Tuesday in Mujahideen attack on the enemy convoy, whereas two logistical trucks, too, destroyed during the operation Maiwand district of Kandahar.

7 puppets lose lives in blast

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 20:17 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDHAR, Aug. 04 – A roadside bomb in Rigistan district of southern Kandahar province ripped through a patrol vehicles of borders police of puppet ANP yesterday night, destroying the enemy vehicle and killing 7 cowardly minions on the spot.

Mujahideen clash kills or wounds 6 US invaders in Kandahar

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 20:16 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KNADAHAR, Aug. 04 – At least two US cowardly soldiers were killed and 4 wounded Wednesday (Aug. 04) at about 1:00 pm, when the enemy invaders were drawn into fighting with Mujahideen in Helmand’s province’s Gerishk district.

Roadside bomb kills 4 American invaders, wounds 3 in Kandahar

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 15:01 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Aug. 04 – At least four US cowardly soldiers were killed and three wounded Wednesday morning (Aug. 04) when a roadside bomb tore through the enemy foot soldiers in Panjwaii district of Qandahar.

Border police puppets vehicle destroyed by an IED

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 00:11 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
Kandahar, 03 August – Report from Spin Boldak says that, a border police puppet vehicle was annihilated by a roadside bomb when passing through Nawa area today at 3:30 pm. It is worth mentioning that 5 enemy vehicles have been destroyed by IED’s in Spin Boldak district today, 3rd August

4 puppets killed as three enemy posts overrun in Uruzgan

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 14:58 Zabihullah Mujahid
URUZGAN, Aug. 04 – More than four policemen of puppet ANP were killed and a dozen more injured Tuesday evening (Aug. 04) as Mujahideen launched a large scale attack on enemy security posts in the provinces’ Gizab district, Mujahideen reported from the area. Mujahideen said they had seized some arms and ammo from the possession of the enemy consisting of 10 Kalashnikov rifles, and other heavy machineguns besides two motorcycles during the one-hour long fighting.

2 ANA puppet vehicles destroyed in Zabul

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 22:06 Zabihullah Mujahid
Zabul, 04 August – 2 ANA puppet vehicles were destroyed and all puppets were killed or wounded when their vehicles hit IED’s near Zabul’s Qalat city.

RC Southwest

6 US invaders killed in Marjah

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 14:55 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
Helmand, 04 August – 3 US invaders were killed and 3 others seriously wounded in an explosion and then coming under heavy fire from Mujahideen in Marjah last night.

Several US-led coalition invaders and puppets killed in Mujahideen attacks in Marjah

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 20:17 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Aug. 04 – A blast in Marjah, Helmand destroyed one of the enemy coalitions’ tank, killing or wounding the invaders onboard on Wednesday morning. Separately, at least four puppets were killed and injured when the enemy logistical convoy came under Mujahideen attack elsewhere in Marjah on Wednesday, at about 12:00 pm. Also Wednesday, Mujahideen, in an encounter with the coalition invaders in Marjah, killed or wounded four allied terrorist soldiers.

Blast in Helmand causes four US invaders casualties

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 15:01 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Aug. 04 – A roadside bomb killed one American terrorist and hurt another three Tuesday (Aug. 03) when it exploded to a group of US invaders walking to their base in the province’s Nawa district.

Explosion kills US invaders

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 14:52 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
Helmand, 04 August – An IED was used by Mujahideen on a US invaders foot patrol while they were carrying out an operation in Band-e-Barq area near Gerishk bazaar. 3 US invaders were killed and 3 wounded in the incident. It is worth noting that since yesterday, US invaders are trying to take this area back from Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan but have been held back due to taking on many casualties in explosions.

US invaders tank destroyed in Marjah

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 14:52 Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
Helmand, 04 August – A US invaders tank was destroyed and all occupiers killed or wounded when their convoy hit a roadside bomb in Marjah.

Parliament candid caught alive in Nimroz

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 22:04 Zabihullah Mujahid
Nimroz, 04 August – A parliament candid (Muhammad Siddique Qasim) was captured alive after coming under Mujahideen attack while travelling to Dalaram district to conduct his campaign.


Why not the other NATO countries follow suit? Screen capture at Scribd.com MILNEWS.ca analysis

Wednesday, 04 August 2010 12:26 administrator

It is determined that Holland’s forces of nearly 2000 troops will be withdrawn by earlier this month. This move practically put an end to its invasion of Afghanistan.

The Dutch refused the endeavors and insistence of the US to extend its troops stay till 2012, asserting that it is no longer willing to stay further and continue having its soldiers killed on the ground in Afghanistan.

The US’ urge to persuade the Holland to continue its troops’ military presence in Uruzgan province at least for another two months bore no fruit as the Dutch remained inflexible to pull its forces out of Afghanistan as scheduled.

On the other hand, the public of the Netherlands and its diplomats are comfortable and express their joys and solidarity over the decision of troops’ pullout from Afghanistan and consider it a rational motive to avoid the collapse of their own country.

Huffington post, a well-known Dutch press quoted some analysts, as saying that several of the NATO countries intend to take up the Dutch slack and bring their mission in Afghanistan to an end so as to avoid the wasted lives of their soldiers on the ground.

The post reported Gen Van Uhm, commander of the Dutch forces in Uruzgan, as saying in spite of the fact that the Dutch forces had a tough four-year long mission full of risks in such a dangerous place as Uruzgan and he had lost his 23-year old son in clashes with Taliban, yet he is happy to make a timely return for his home country.

With the US bankrupting itself in the war and bringing its empire to the verge of collapse, the Dutch troops’ withdrawal is, undoubtedly, a devastating blow to it which leaves military and financial gab on the ground whose burden may be covered by the US itself.

Furthermore, the withdrawal of the Dutch forces from Afghanistan could possibly provide grounds for Germany to prove its claim to follow suit.

Under circumstances, that is understandable that Germany’s stand to follow suit may create a strong inclination in other partnering countries to accelerate their troops’ withdrawal process as the US’ important allies such as Canada, Australia and Britain that view the war in Afghanistan with disappointment, mistrust and the fact remains that the war is an unbearable burden on their shoulders which will get them nowhere.

Every observer would say the US government and military lied to their teeth in order to cover up the failure of their policies and their war crimes in Afghanistan and to irrationally justify Afghan war, while it is a common knowledge that the Afghan nation has a brighter history of good relations worldwide as long as the war is not imposed on them.

In the end, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan view the Dutch forces’ pullout as a genuine effort to meet the wants and demands of both Afghan and Dutch nations and a move in better interests of both countries, asking the allied countries which have invaded Afghanistan in collaboration with the US invading forces to take up the Dutch slack and respect the moral, social and religious values of Afghan war-stricken nation and do the job of leaving Afghanistan, the earlier the better, since it is advisable to do something earlier than what has to be done later with dire consequences. Moreover, they are to stop rubber stamping and following the US blindly which is no one else’s friend and well-wisher knowing none but its interests, and to avoid further wasted lives of their soldiers in Afghanistan.

It rational that the US forces should be left in Afghanistan alone to stew in their own juice and suffer the dire and dangerous consequences of their violation and invasion of another country.


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