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Friday, 29 January 2010 12:32 By Zabihullah Mujahid
HELMAND, Jan. 29 – About 7 martyr attackers of the Islamic Emirate, today, late Friday morning took part in an operation in Helmand’s provincial capital Lashkar Gah, in which the Mujaideen mounted simultaneous attacks on the provincial headquarter, Bust Hotel which is frequented by the foreigners and UNAMA office. Mujahideen have carried out successful attacks in which they killed some 20 government servicemen and torched five of their vehicles, say the witnesses. As a result, the city of Lashkar Gah has been blocked off where the people are seen running in terror and shock.
Friday, 29 January 2010 15:41 By Qari Yusouf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Jan. 29 – At least 26 Afghan soldiers have been killed and a dozen wounded during the operation launched by a group of seven martyr attackers of the Mujahideen in the late morning hours of Jan. 29 which is still in progress, according to a recent report from the area. On the other hand, a statement issued by the enemy, claiming that they have recaptured the points from the Mujahideen is not true, in fact, the Hotel and other points are in the control of the seven brave Mujahideen who are still, in the evening hours, fighting the enemy there.
Friday, 29 January 2010 15:04 By Qari Yusouf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Jan. 29 – More than twelve soldiers of the U.S and Afghan forces suffered loss of life and injuries in the bombing in Helmand’s Kanshin district on early Friday evening. The report says the forces were preparing to launch attacks against Mujahideen in Taghaz area of Khanshin district when they encountered landmine planted by the Mujahideen. Two U.S. demining workers are said to be among the dead. The stated enemy’s fatalities and casualties come as the seven Mujahideen who began their operations in the provincial capital, Laskar Gah, are still battling against the enemy there.
Friday, 29 January 2010 18:48 By Qari Yusouf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Jan. 29 – At least three American soldiers were killed in Helmad’s Khanshin district early Friday afternoon as Mujahideen struck one the U.S. tanks through missile which was set of fire. The incident comes as the a group of seven brave Mujahideen was engaged in a deadly battle against the enemy in Lashkar Gah, the capital of this province.
Friday, 29 January 2010 17:13 By Qari Yusouf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Jan. 29 – On Friday, Mujahdeen, in Helmand’s Musa Kala district, found a British soldier’s head and legs cut off in the landmine blast that hit a British tank on Jan. 27,2010 in the Ahmad Khanzo area of this district. In another news, also today, a military tank of the British troop was struck by landmine in Yateemchi area of this district that destroyed the tank and killed the soldiers who were traveling in the struck tank which was followed by an attack from the Mujahdieen on those who were trying to evacuate the casualties from the explosion scene causing additional losses to the enemy British.
Friday, 29 January 2010 13:36 By Qari Yusouf Ahmadi
HELMAND, Jan. 29 – The U.S. troops during their terrorist operations martyred five civilians in the late night hours of Thursday in Helmand’s Garmsir district. The Americans following air attacks on the civilian houses, conducted a house-to-house search during which they held 4 civilians as captives, the report said. The people martyred and taken captive had no links to Mujahideen but were ordinary civilians, say the residents.
Friday, 29 January 2010 17:38 By Qari Yusouf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Jan. 29 – Two Mujahideen riding a motorcycle, in a guerrilla attack killed a regional commander, Abdul Maalik on Friday while the commander was heading for his home near the Haji Zahir Market in Kandahar city. Likewise, a police officer, Muhammad Essa Khan, was, too, killed during a guerrilla attack in Kandahar city about three days ago.
Friday, 29 January 2010 14:21 By Qari Yusouf Ahmadi
KANDAHAR, Jan. 29 – The Mujahideed of the Islamic Emirate on Wednesday night conducted missile attacks on the Kandahar airfield where a large number of the Americans and Britain are stationed. Two of the missiles landed in the airfield causing the British and U.S. forces sizable losses. Similarly, the same airfield came under Mujahideen’s attack about four days ago, as well.
…. The invaders think that the committed Mujahideen of Afghanistan are like their mercenary soldiers who lost their lives in mountains and deserts of Afghanistan for obtainment of a few dollars. They nurture this childish and ridiculous notion to subjugate the people of Afghanistan and impose on them the ideology of unbelief. This is because the invaders are not able to think and ponder sagaciously. They propose asylum for a person, whose order every honor-loving individual of the nation, obeys as a religious obligation. It is the cherished hope of every committed Afghan to be in the stronghold of martyrdom and sacrifice in order to comply with the order of the leader ….