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Kandahar blast kills 22 policemen and officials
Monday, 01 March 2010 17:05 By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Mar. 01 – At least 22 policemen and officials were killed on Monday when a Corolla car parked nearby blew up near police headquarter in Kandahar city. According to the source, the fatalities came when a Mujahid parked his explosive-filled car near the police and officials vehicles in the parking area which was moments later detonated through remote-controlled device. The report adds the blast was so powerful that damaged 10 government vehicles in the parking lot of the headquarter. Reportedly, there was meeting in the headquarter attended by some officials whose vehicles were parked in the car park with the bodyguards nearby who were also killed in the blast, while the building of the police headquarter and the surrounding government buildings were partly damaged in the bomb attack. In another indecent elsewhere in Kandahar, an employee of KHAD currently Known as National Security Department was killed in a guerrilla attack in Shahidanu Chowk half hour later after the blast in the police headquarter had happened.
Remote-controlled bomb blows up police vehicle in Kandahar
Monday, 01 March 2010 15:23 By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Mar. 01 – A remote-controlled bomb Monday targeted one of the police patrol vehicles while the police patol convoy was on a patrol mission in Nagahan area of Arghandab district, Kandahar province. According to the report, the police vehicle got smashed into pieces in the blast, killing about four policemen including an officer and wounding another three.
Another policeman killed in Kandahar
Monday, 01 March 2010 03:30 By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Mar. 01 – On later Sunday, a policemen armed with a Kalashnikov rifle was killed in a guerrilla attack near Inzer hotel, in the heart of Kandahar city. The report stated this was the second police officer had been killed through Sunday. Meantime, the Mujahideen’s operation in Kandahar city seems to have gained momentum recently, in fact, commander Nimatullah incharge of police post was killed in a guerrilla attack on Sunday morning, where as, Abdul Majid, the head of information and culture department was, too, killed in a guerrilla attack the other day.
Martyr bomb attack kills 11 NATO soldiers near Kandahar
Monday, 01 March 2010 08:47 By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Mar. 01 – There is a recent report from Kandahar province that a martyr bomb attack hit a NATO military convoy Monday in Kandahar’s Daman district, killing eleven NATO soldiers. The report indicates Abdullah, a brave Mujahid of Islamic Emirate, slammed his explosives-laden vehicle into the NATO convoy crossing a bridge not far from Kandahar airfield on Kandahar-Boldak main road. Two of the NATO tanks were destroyed which fell off the bridge in the martyr attack leaving 11 NATO soldiers dead, the report adds. According to the witnesses, the road was immediately closed to the traffic by the enemy to evacuate the dead and the wounded to the hospital. The attack comes as the U.S military declares its fresh operation in Kandahar province.
Heavy fighting breaks out in Zhari
Monday, 01 March 2010 15:25 By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Mar. 01 – On later Monday, a fierce clash erupted between Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate and the U.S-coalition troops backed by Afghan soldiers in Zhari district of Kandahar. The report states the fighting unfolded in Bashmol area of this district while the enemy were on an attack mission against Mujahideen in the area as they came under Mujahideen’s attack causing the NATO and the Afghan soldiers deadly losses, where as no Mujahids have been harmed during the fighting. However, Mujahideen seized some arms and ammo during the clash that continued for about half an hour.
Blast kills thee Britons, injures two in Kandahar
Monday, 01 March 2010 15:27 By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Mar. 01 – At least three British soldiers in Sangin district of Kandahar were killed and two were seriously hurt as the were hit by a planted IED blast on their way to their outpost, on Monday. The bombing occurred in Bakhshak area of this district in which a British officer is reported to be among the dead.
Mujahideen capture 4 soldiers of Afghan army in Gerishk
Monday, 01 March 2010 03:20 By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Mar. 01 – Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate, in an ambush attack, captured four soldiers of Afghan army on Saturday in Helmand’s Gerishk district while the soldiers were traveling to Kachran district of this province. The arrest took place in Sari Kala area of this district. The captives were taken by the Mujahideen along with the enemy’s Land Cruiser vehicle and some arms and ammo.
America’s Face-saving Propaganda About Marjah (PDF at non-terrorist site)
Monday, 01 March 2010 17:59 administrator
The invading American and NATO forces have announced that they are clearing the last pockets of resistance in Marjah but this is no more than an eye-wash. The fact is that the invading troops are now entangled in a long war in Marjah. The battles are going on in Marjah according to the tactical plan of Mujahideen. With the passage of every day, the enemy suffers life and material losses.
From the first day of operation February 13, 2010, the enemy troops have not been able to extend their writ to other areas of Marjah except areas, which were evacuated by Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate at the beginning of the operations as per a tactical plan to encircle the enemy forces.
When the enemy new strategy faced fiasco, they ludicrously announced to have cleared the areas. However, the ground realities are contrary to what they are claiming.
The enemy launched operations in Kunduz province to lessen pressure on their troops in Marjah. They thought Mujahideen will send some groups of their forces from Marjah to Chardaara district of Kunduz province. This will give them a breath of relief. Even they now speak of massive operations in Kandahar province. All these efforts by the enemy are aimed at distracting the attention of the public of the world from Marjah and reducing Mujahideen’s stiff resistance in Marjah. This moribund endeavor will also fail because Mujahideen are not short of manpower and armed men. The public are with them. Whenever, Mujahideen need more groups of armed men, they draw them from among the people. The Afghans share common goals with the Mujahideen and they know that the Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate are protectors of their Islamic and national values. The Afghan Mujahideen lay down their lives to secure our cultural values, dignity, human rights, freedom and noble traditions from the aggression of the invaders. Therefore, the people stand by Mujahideen and support their cause.
The Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan believes American invaders and their allies will always find pretexts to continue their occupation of Afghanistan. Terrorism, democracy, human rights, women rights are just mere slogans used by American colonialism to reach their imperialist goals in this part of the world and in Afghanistan. Many cases of tortures of detainees in Guantanamo, Bagram, Abu Gharib jail, NAMA camp in Iraq and the secret PRTs jails in military bases in Afghanistan, show flagrant and brutal violations of human rights by American interrogators and their troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. If they are really protectors of human rights, why they have been perpetrating these violations for the past eight years. In Bagram, Guantanamo and other secret jails in Afghanistan, miserable detainees are deprived of their humane rights and do not have access to legal advisors. They are deprived of their rights to defend themselves at the courts. Is this not a shame that the violators of human rights. i.e. American, claim being advocate of human rights in the world? They want to become the only policeman, magistrate and judge of the world.
If the people of Afghanistan want freedom and a system of government based on their wants, Islamic culture, why America does not give this legitimate right to the Afghans and why they suffocate their voices under the notorious name of terrorism?
The demand of the Afghans is in line with all laws of human rights but the current American domination and subjugation of Afghanistan is against all norms and principles of human rights. The bottom line is that America is a new form of colonialist power which want to maintain its dominance over the world under lustrous slogans of democracy and human rights while in reality, they are enemy of human values and dignity more than any one else.
We ask the invading Americans why do you kill innocent youth, men and old men before the very eyes of their family members during night raids? Whey did you kill an infant of four days in Gorbez, Khust province last year? Was he a terrorist or a just your cutthroat soldiers want to strike terrors in the heart of common Afghans by resorting to such bestial acts, not sparing even an infant of four days?
The operations that you are conducting in Marjah under the name of fight against terrorism is a tyrannical and colonialist war being waged against freedom-fighters because the Mujahideen in Marjah are fighting for their freedom, human dignity, country and Islamic values. We are sure that no invader will ever suffocate the voice of truth in the throat of the freedom-loving people of Afghanistan by dent of military power. In the long run, the oppressed Afghans will carry the day in this battle between truth and evil, if God willing.
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