War crimes of the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries (January 2020)

Post via Islamic Emirate 5th February 2020

On Friday 3rd January, two innocent children were martyred in addition to the financial losses inflicted on the local people in the indiscriminate bombing of the brutal foreign occupying forces in ‘Dara-i-Takht’ of ‘Sargazak’ area in ‘Shahrak’ district of Ghor province.

On Saturday 4th January, a camp of the nomadic people was raided by the 01 brigade forces in ‘Dagg’ area in the outskirts of ‘Mehtarlam’ city, the center of Laghman province, in which a white-bearded aged man was ruthlessly martyred while three innocent people were taken away as prisoners.

On Wednesday 8th January, a religious educational institute was raided by the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries in ‘Chiqor Quchlaq’ area near the center of Kunduz province, in which six students of this institute were ruthlessly martyred; some more students and their teachers were badly beaten; while four students including one of the teacher were incarcerated.

On Wednesday 8th January, a mosque and several adjacent civilian houses were destroyed during a brutal raid of the savage foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries in ‘Gor-Gundi’ area of ‘Alingar’ district in Laghman province, in which six innocent civilian people were martyred, and several others were severely beaten, while heavy financial losses were inflicted on the local people.

On Wednesday 8th January, ‘Badr Aab’ and ‘Seh Padar’ areas in ‘Tagab’ district of Kapisa province were raided by the foreign occupying forces in collaboration with internal mercenaries, in which main gates of several houses were broken, and an innocent civilian (named Samiullah) including two women of his family were ruthlessly martyred.

On Thursday 9th January, two civilian countrymen while repairing a local road were targeted and ruthlessly martyred in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign occupying forces near the center of ‘Pusht-i-Koh’ district in Farah province.

On Friday 10th January, a farmworker while watering his land was brutally martyred in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Parchawi’ area of Hazara people region in ‘Nad Ali’ district of Helmand province.

On Friday 10th January, two innocent civilian people were martyred in the indiscriminate heavy shelling of the mercenary forces in ‘Shaid Abad’ village of ‘Warduj’ district in Badakhshan province.

On Friday 10th January, civilian houses in ‘Qara Tapa’ area of ‘Darqad’ district in Takhar province were indiscriminately bombed by the joint enemy forces, in which three houses were demolished, six children and women were martyred while five people were seriously wounded.

On Monday 13th January, a civilian person was ruthlessly martyred in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Shahr-i-Kuhna’ area of ‘Pusht-i-Raud’ district in Farah province.

On Tuesday 14th January, three civilian people were martyred by the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries in the outskirts ‘Pusht-i-Koh’ district of Farah province.

On Wednesday 15th January, two innocent civilian people were martyred while another one was incarcerated by the mercenary forces in ‘Qailagho’ area of ‘Khogyani’ district in Nangarhar province.

On Wednesday 15th January, ‘Kulalan’ village in ‘Guda’ area of ‘Chak’ district in ‘Maidan Wardak’ province was raided by the mercenary forces, in which several innocent people were agonized, the village Mulla Imam (the one who leads congregational prayers) was ruthlessly martyred, while two innocent people were taken away as prisoners.

On Wednesday 15th January, a civilian person while offering his prayers was martyred in the indiscriminate bombing of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Dasht’ area of ‘Grishk’ district in Helmand province.

On Friday 17th January, two houses of civilian people were damaged during a raid of the internal mercenary forces in ‘Baitano’ area of ‘Tor Ghar’ region in ‘Khogyani’ district of Nangarhar provinces. In this brutal raid, one innocent civilian was martyred while another was detained and taken away as prisoner.

On Friday 17th January, a woman was martyred while significant financial losses were inflicted on the local people in the indiscriminate heavy shelling of the internal mercenary forces in ‘Alizi’ village of ‘Noshar’ area in ‘Chamtal’ district of Balkh province.

On Friday 17th January, a civilian transport vehicle was indiscriminately bombed by the brutal foreign occupying forces in ‘Shawal Manda’ area of ‘Nad Ali’ district in Helmand province, in which a civilian man and a child were ruthlessly martyred.

On Sunday 19th January, a white-bearded aged man was martyred in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Shagi’ area of ‘Dilaram’ district in Nimroz province.

On Thursday 23rd January, a mosque was damaged in the indiscriminate artillery shelling of the joint enemy forces in ‘Bakhshak’ area of ‘Sangin’ district in Helmand province, in which six civilian people were martyred and wounded.

On Thursday 23rd January, ‘Hewad Bazaar’ area in ‘Nad Ali’ district in Helmand province was raided by the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries, in which several civilian houses were thoroughly searched out, people were badly beaten, and eventually a local health clinic was blasted.

On Thursday 23rd January, an innocent civilian person was martyred in the blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Lar’ area of ‘Dawashir’ district in Helmand province.

On Thursday 23rd January, two houses of civilian people and a local mosque were destroyed by the internal mercenary forces in ‘Dara Takht’ area of ‘Chasht’ district in Herat province.

On Friday 24th January, main gates of several civilian houses were blasted in bombs, while two innocent local villagers were ruthlessly martyred by the internal mercenary forces in ‘Alo Khail’ area in the outskirts of ‘Noorlam’ region in ‘Alishing’ district of Laghman province.

On Friday 24th January, a number of civilian houses were raided by the foreign occupying forces in collaboration with their internal mercenaries in ‘Aishantub Mehfali’ area in ‘Khan Abad’ district of Kunduz province, in which local people were severely beaten, doors and windows of a local mosque were broken while its mats were put on blaze.

On Saturday 25th January, ‘Marko’ area in ‘Ghani Khail’ district of Nangarhar province was raided by the joint enemy forces, in which main gates of three civilian houses and a madrassa were blasted in bombs; significant financial losses were inflicted on the local people, while three innocent villagers were arrested and taken away as prisoners.

On Saturday 25th January, three women and four children were martyred, while several houses of local civilian people were damaged in the blind bombing of the internal mercenary forces in ‘Buka’ village of ‘Balkh’ district in Balkh province. It is reported that the affected people have been facing severe problems in finding shelters to protect themselves from the chilly cold weather conditions.

On Wednesday 29th January, a civilian transport vehicle was hit in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Sewri’ district of Zabul province, in which five civilian people including two girls were ruthlessly martyred.

On Wednesday 29th January, a herdsman was relentlessly martyred in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in the upper ‘Nozad’ area of ‘Nowzad’ district in Helmand province.

On Wednesday 29th January, an innocent civilian was martyred in the blind drone strike of the brutal foreign occupying forces in ‘Sijoi’ area of ‘Bala-Buluk’ district in Farah province.

On Wednesday 29th January, a civilian person was martyred in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Zig Zig’ area of ‘Chahar Bolak’ district in Balkh province.

On Thursday 30th January, a white-bearded aged man was martyred in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Shoraki Dasht’ area of ‘Grishk’ district in Helmand province.

On Thursday 30th January, a local civilian vehicles’ mechanic (named Irshad) was martyred by the internal mercenary forces in the main bazaar of ‘Tagab’ district in Kapisa province.

On Thursday 30th January, three innocent civilian countrymen were martyred in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Deh-i-Adam Khan’ area of ‘Grishk’ district in Helmand province.

On Thursday 30th January, two civilian people were martyred while two more were incarcerated by the joint enemy forces in ‘Muslim Bazaar’ and ‘Shawal Manda’ areas of ‘Nad Ali’ district in Helmand province.

On Thursday 30th January, a five-year-old child was ruthlessly martyred in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Shoraki Dasht’ area of ‘Grishk’ district in Helmand province.

On Friday 31st January, a local mosque was demolished and two civilian people were arrested by the internal mercenary forces in ‘Kolak’ village of ‘Khawat’ valley in ‘Chak’ district of ‘Maidan Wardak’ province.

On Friday 31st January, a civilian transport vehicle was targeted in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in the outskirts of ‘Dasht-i-Archi’ district in Kunduz province, in which, seven innocent people members of one and the same family were ruthlessly martyred.

On Friday 31st January, a woman including two of her children were relentlessly martyred in the indiscriminate bombing of the brutal foreign occupying forces in ‘No-Abad’ village of ‘Maquar’ district in Badghis province.

Sources: (BBC, Radio Liberty, The Afghan Islamic News Agency, Pazwak, Khabaryal, Larawbar, Nunn.Asia and Benawa websites.)

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Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad.  She was a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.

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Statement by Commission for Prisoner Affairs concerning violence against inmates in Bagram

Post via Islamic Emirate February 3rd 2020

It is with great sadness to have learnt that on Sunday, the Kabul administration appointed guards working in Block 1 of Bagram prison attacked and severely beat inmates – breaking their heads, hands and legs and even sending some into a coma condition.

The problem arose over the Holy Quran when the guards sought to mentally torture prisoners by violating the sanctity of the Holy Quran and other religious texts, forcing them to protest before violently attacking them.

We strongly condemn such barbaric and inhumane actions towards prisoners. Beating and torturing defenseless and tied prisoners is no bravery or gallantry nor is it conforming to any humanitarian principles.

Such actions only encourage more violence in prisons and forcing inmates to riot.

The Commission for Prisoner Affairs of the Islamic Emirate seeks the urgent attention international humanitarian institutions and human right organizations and warns them about the situation getting out of hand.

International Committee of the Red Cross, human right organizations, representatives of the UN and other humanitarian institutions have given us strong commitments regarding improved treatment of prisoners, their medical care, clothing, food and other necessary facilities but it is unfortunate that only limited progress has taken place and they have failed in following through on their commitments. Their lack of attention has also given Kabul administration troops and prison officials an opportunity to commit such brutalities.

We express our deepest concern about the ill-treatment of inmates in all prisons across the country especially the notorious Bagram prison and seek serious attention and necessary steps from all parties.

Commission for Prisoner Affairs of the Islamic Emirate

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Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad.  She was a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.

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Statement of Islamic Emirate regarding oppressive US plan for Palestine and Bait al Maqdis

Post via Islamic Emirate Jan 29th 2020

The US president Donald Trump announced a ‘Deal of the Century’ outlining a peace plan for the issue of Palestine in which eastern Bait al Maqdis, the Jordan valley and the large usurped lands of Palestine including the illegal Israeli settlements were to become a part of Israel.

The Islamic Emirate condemns this oppressive plan and considers it a clear violation of Palestinian rights.

Bait al Maqdis is the first Qibla of the Muslim Ummah and Palestine the rightful homeland of its people hence this issue it is not up for any deal. And just as the Palestinian people called this peace plan a conspiracy and a foolish proposal, the Islamic Emirate backs the oppressed Palestinians in their call.

The Islamic Emirate urges all Islamic countries and the Islamic Conference to fulfill their responsibility in this sensitive issue affecting the entire Muslim Ummah and to take steps in unison in opposition to this oppressive deal.

Such misleading and tyrannical steps and plans will only pour fuel on the fire of war in the Middle East.

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

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Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad.  She was a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.

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Islamic Emirate: Stooges and clear opposition to peace (Afghanistan)

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Over the past two days, two key officials of the incumbent Kabul administration expressed in clear terms that the governor of Arg Palace has no intention of finding a peaceful solution to the Afghan crisis and all his efforts are aimed at fueling the fire of war.

At a time when the negotiation process in Qatar has reached a decisive stage and the hopes of peace have rekindled in the hearts of our compatriots, the impotent ruler of Arg Palace (Ashraf Ghani) not only voiced his opposition to the negotiation process during an interview in Switzerland but also made other irresponsible remarks.

Following this, the first running mate of his election team also backed the cries of war during his speech to a ‘Peace’ conference in Kabul by making it unequivocally clear that they do not believe in the peace process and will continue fighting even when America withdraws from Afghanistan. But he has unfortunately forgotten that the withdrawal of America means that her trained mercenaries and spies will also be withdrawing from Afghanistan and he will not be afforded an opportunity to worsen the security situation.

The anti-peace comments by Ashraf Ghani and his running mate has put on display the ugly characteristic of their team whom readily accept every order of their foreign masters but can never tolerate a peaceful life for Afghans. They have absolutely no relation or empathy with this nation and just as their monthly salaries are dependent of others so too are their fealty, ideology and values alien. That is why they seek security for Washington and New York but the continuation of war for Kabul and Kandahar.

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is of the belief that the withdrawal of America from Afghanistan will end the crisis plaguing our country. The Afghan nation that has suffered from the misery of war will never allow any puppet or a honorless spy to keep the fire of war lit. Our believing and freedom-loving nation have great experience in beating and forcing out foreign agents. If the masters of agents are unable to withstand the Jihadi determination of this people, how would it be possible for their stooges to continue mischief?

The entire nation understands that the opposition and propaganda against peace by the treasonous stooges are their last-ditch efforts birthed by their helplessness. The individuals and parties from the political class of our country who feel the pain of this nation and believe in a peaceful Afghanistan shall march in unison towards peace and dash all hopes of the enemies of peace, Allah willing.

 

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Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad.  She was a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.

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Islamic Emirate: Truth begins to reveal itself (US in Afghanistan)

Post via Islamic Emirate December 11th 2019

It is said that truth shines like the bright sun and cannot be shrouded with veils, with its rays penetrating even the toughest of barriers even if deflected for a short while.

The occupation of Afghanistan by foreign invaders, the national uprising against them, the failure of invaders and the ineffectiveness of their military strategies are realities which the occupiers and their media have tried to distort and conceal for the past eighteen years. Even when they understood that success was a mirage, they made bold claims of success through the media and labeled the mass national uprising against them as minor revolts.

But as truth cannot remain shrouded, a trove of documents laying bare the realities of the Afghan war were published by an American newspaper. The Washington Post published 2000 documents of US Special Inspector for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) which lifts the veil from the US military invasion of Afghanistan and shines light on truth that was painstakingly kept buried for the last eighteen years.

A major part of these documents are interviews with officials and individuals who were directly involved in the Afghan war. The interviews carried out at various intervals reveals that most military officials already knew that strategies adopted by the Bush, Obama and the Trump administrations were doomed to failure from the very start. They accept that America had no sound rational nor a military strategy for engaging in the Afghan war – with Generals themselves failing on basic levels of understanding the complexities of Afghanistan itself or whom they are actually fighting??

These documents revealing the damning truth about this war were kept hidden from the view of the American public and the world at large. Instead, the media kept feeding lies to the people by promoting propaganda of American progress and success in Afghanistan and championing a narrative that military success was a sure outcome.

In contrast, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan insisted from the very onset that the American occupation of Afghanistan had no rational or legal basis. The presence of American forces in Afghanistan are unwarranted and American Generals cannot win this war through crafting of military strategies.

Now that the truth has been unearthed, the time has come for war-mongering Generals and those who seek to keep the fire of this war lit through occupation to rigorously study and accept these realities. Sound rational dictates that truth be embraced and future steps taken in its shining light. Therefore, it is high time that this occupation finds a conclusion so that the longest war in American history – where a consensus of its failure was present from the very beginning – can end.

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Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad.  She was a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.

 

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Islamic Emirate: War crimes of the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries (November 2019)

Post via Islamic Emirate 4th December 2019

On Friday 1st November, a women was martyred while three civilian countrymen were incarcerated during a raid of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Makan’ area of ‘Shindand’ district in Herat province.

On Saturday 2nd November, main gates of several civilian houses were broken during a brutal raid of the joint enemy forces in the suburbs of ‘Chahi’ district in Balkh province. A number of innocent people were tortured; two of them were ruthlessly martyred, while four others were detained and taken away as prisoners.

On Saturday 2nd November, civilian houses in ‘Shara Ragi’ area of ‘Musa Kala’ district in Helmand province were raided by the savage foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries, in which a significant amount of valuables were stolen, while the village Mulla Imam (the one who leads congregational prayers) was ruthlessly martyred along with two of his students.

On Sunday 3rd November, a women was martyred while significant financial losses were inflicted on the local people during the indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in ‘Chaqmaq’ area of ‘Pashtun Kot’ district in Faryab province.

On Sunday 3rd November, a civilian man and a woman were martyred in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Khawaja Khizr’ area of ‘Bala Baluk’ district in Farah province.

On Sunday 3rd November, six civilian countrymen, as they had gone for collecting chips of wood for burning as fuel, were hit and martyred in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign invaders in ‘Jaji Aryub’ district in Paktia province.

On Monday 4th November, ‘Makawa’, ‘Sikan’ and ‘Koti Khail’ areas in ‘Zurmat’ district of Paktia province were raided by the joint enemy forces, in which, main gates of several houses and mosques were blasted in bombs; significant amount of valuables were stolen, and eventually two innocent countrymen were ruthlessly martyred.

On Wednesday 6th November, nine civilian people including women, children and the head of the family were ruthlessly martyred during the blind bombing of the internal forces in ‘Maidaqal’ area of ‘Aab-i-Kamari’ district in Badghis province.

On Thursday 7th November, two civilian people were relentlessly martyred while two women and a child were injured during a brutal raid of the joint enemy forces in ‘Saghar’ area in the outskirts of ‘Tarin Kot’ city, the center of Uruzgan province.

On Friday 8th November, four civilian people including a woman were martyred and wounded during a brutal raid of the joint enemy forces in ‘Sarak-i-Bala’ area of ‘Chahar Dara’ district in Kunduz province.

On Friday 8th November, three vehicles full of civilian passengers were hit by fire igniting bombs on the main Kabul – Jalal Abad highway near ‘Aziz Khan Kach’ area in ‘Qarghaye’ district of Laghman province, in which, all the three vehicles were burnt, while five civilian people were badly injured.

On Sunday 10th November, four civilian countrymen were martyred when a shop was hit in a blind drone strike of the foreign invaders in ‘Chak’ district of ‘Maidan Wardak’ province.

On Monday 11th November, main gates of several civilian houses were blasted in bombs during a raid of the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries in ‘Zakir Khail’ area of the ‘Markazi Baghlan’ district in Baghlan province, in which, local people were badly beaten and threatened, while four innocent people were brutally martyred.

On Wednesday 13th November, a civilian vehicle was targeted in a blind drone strike of the foreign invaders in the terrain between ‘Marja’ and ‘Nad Ali’ districts of Helmand province, in which one innocent civilian was martyred while another one was badly wounded.

On the same day, another passenger vehicle was hit in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign occupying forces near ‘Abdul Aziz Petrol Pump’ area in ‘Greshk’ district of Helmand province, in which, two civilian people were ruthlessly martyred.

On Thursday 14th November, significant amount of valuables and cash money were stolen during a brutal raid of the internal mercenary forces in ‘Takhta’ area of ‘Said Abad’ district in Saripul province. Moreover, ten civilian people were detained and taken away as prisoners.

On Thursday 14th November, two civilian countrymen were brutally martyred during a raid of the joint enemy forces in ‘Injran’ area between ‘Sangin’ and ‘Greshk’ districts of Helmand province.

On Thursday 14th November, the internal mercenary forces opened indiscriminate fire on a civilian passenger vehicle in ‘Abdul Rauf Kala’ area of ‘Musahi’ district in Kabul province, in which, two innocent countrymen were martyred while two others were badly injured.

On Friday 15th November, a civilian tractor was hit in a blind drone strike of the foreign invaders in ‘Koshi’ village of ‘Qala Kah’ district in Farah province, in which the tractor was completely destroyed while its driver was ruthlessly martyred on the spot.

On Sunday 17th November, a local health clinic was raided by the savage foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries in the central area of ‘Khwaja Musa’ district in Faryab province, in which three civilian people were brutally martyred, while an injured person and his attendant were detained and taken away as prisoners.

On Tuesday 19th November, three young civilians were ruthlessly martyred in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Jaji Aryub’ district of Paktia province.

On Tuesday 19th November, a civilian man and a child were martyred in the random mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Sara Kala’ area of ‘Khogyani’ district in Ghazni province.

On Wednesday 20th November, five civilian countrymen were martyred while significant financial losses were inflicted on the local people during a raid of the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries in ‘Lam Talli’ and ‘Makki’ villages of ‘Khakrez’ district in Kandahar province.

On Friday 22nd November, five civilian people were martyred and injured in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in the central area of ‘Alasay’ district in Kapisa province.

On Sunday 24th November, an innocent civilian person was martyred during a raid of the internal mercenary forces in ‘Marak Khail’ area of ‘Sherzad’ district in Nangarhar province.

On Sunday 24th November, a civilian man was ruthlessly martyred in blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces n ‘Qala Jali’ village of ‘Bagram’ district in Parwan province.

On Sunday 24th November, two civilian countrymen were martyred while six more people were detained and taken away as prisoners during the brutal military operations of the joint enemy forces in the outskirts of ‘Deh-i-Yak’ district in Ghazni province.

On Monday 25th November, a civilian passenger vehicle was targeted in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Kodalo’ area of ‘Deh-i-Yak’ district in Ghazni province, in which two civilian people were ruthlessly martyred on the spot.

On Tuesday 26th November, a white-bearded civilian was martyred, a mosque and its two adjacent common rooms were destroyed, while heavy financial losses were inflicted on the local people during a brutal raid of the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries in ‘Sra Baghal’ area of ‘Maiwand’ district in Kandahar province.

On Tuesday 26th November, two civilian people were martyred in the random fire of the internal forces in ‘Foulad’ area of ‘Jaghatu’ district of Ghazni province.

On Thursday 28th November, a civilian vehicle while shifting a patient to a hospital was bombed by the savage foreign invaders in the center of Khost province, in which, two civilian people, two women and a child were ruthlessly martyred.

On Thursday 28th November, a local Mullah Imam (the one who leads congregational prayers) was martyred while two civilian countrymen were incarcerated during a brutal raid of the savage foreign occupying forces in ‘Zano’ area of ‘Washir’ district in Helmand province.

On Thursday 28th November, a house was destroyed in which four civilian people were martyred and inured as the outcome of a random mortar shelling of the internal mercenaries in ‘Barabara’ village of ‘Warduj’ district in Badakhshan province.

On Thursday 28th November, an innocent civilian was relentlessly martyred in an indiscriminate drone strike of the brutal foreign invaders near the center of Paktika province.

On Friday 29th November, twenty innocent countrymen were detained and taken away as prisoners while heavy financial losses were inflicted on the local people during a brutal raid of the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries in ‘Cham Tapa’ are of ‘Gul Tapa’ district in Kunduz province.

On Saturday 30th November, a local health clinic, Shamsul-Ulum Madrassa and civilian houses in ‘Zakuru’ area of ‘Shilgar’ district in Ghazni province were raided by the joint enemy forces, in which, several class rooms of the above madrassa were destroyed, while significant amount of valuables and cash money were stolen from the civilian houses.

On Saturday 30th November, several civilian houses were damaged and heavy financial losses were inflicted on the local people during the indiscriminate bombing of the joint enemy forces in ‘Qara Ghawili’ area of ‘Almar’ district in Faryab province.

Sources: (BBC, Radio Liberty, The Afghan Islamic News Agency, Pazwak, Khabaryal, Larawbar, Nunn.Asia and Benawa websites.)

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Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad.  She was a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.

 

 

 

 

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Statement of Islamic Emirate regarding release of prisoners

Post via Islamic Emirate November 19th 2019

We welcome the positive step taken in regards to the release of three Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate namely the respected Anas Haqqani, respected Haji Mali Khan and respected Hafiz Abdul Rasheed.

Similarly, the release process of two professors (US citizen Kevin King and Australian citizen Timothy Weeks) along with ten Afghan soldiers has also been successfully executed.

These actions are a step forward in good-will and confidence building measures that can aid the peace process.

To end, we wholeheartedly thank the esteemed Amir of Qatar, his Minister of Foreign Affairs and other officials who exerted efforts in this process from the onset and provided all necessary facilities.

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

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Links

Welfare of prisoners in Afghanistan: A Guide to Upholding Human Rights and a Call for Accountability in the Care of Detainees

https://activist1.blog/2018/10/13/welfare-of-prisoners-in-afghanistan-a-guide-to-upholding-human-rights-and-a-call-for-accountability-in-the-care-of-detainees/

Islamic Emirate: The Political Trial of Anas Haqqani and the Reasons behind it

https://activist1.blog/2016/09/04/islamic-emirate-the-political-trial-of-anas-haqqani-and-the-reasons-behind-it/

The State as an Agent of Torture, Abuse and Killing of Detainees in Afghan Custody 

https://activist1.blog/2015/02/25/unama-report-the-state-as-an-agent-of-torture-abuse-and-killing-of-detainees-in-afghan-custody/

Carol Anne Grayson is an independent writer/researcher on global health/human rights/WOT and is Executive Producer of the Oscar nominated, Incident in New Baghdad.  She was a Registered Mental Nurse with a Masters in Gender Culture and Development. Carol was awarded the ESRC, Michael Young Prize for Research 2009, and the COTT ‘Action = Life’ Human Rights Award’ for “upholding truth and justice”. She is also a survivor of US “collateral damage”.

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