Statement of Islamic Emirate regarding the martyrdom of Baghlan province’s governor – Maulawi Lal Muhammad Muhammadi

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In the name of Allah the Most Merciful the Most Beneficent

Five days ago the foreign occupiers – along with regime soldiers and spies – raided an area in Baghlan’s Dand Ghori district. The Mujahideen engaged the raiders, killing several soldiers. The raiders then called for airstrikes on the Mujahideen martyring five of them including the Islamic Emirate’s governor for Baghlan province – Maulawi Lal Muhammad Muhammadi. To Allah Almighty we belong and to Him we return.

 

Sacrifice and strife in the path of Islam is a main pillar of the Islamic Emirate’s path. We firmly believe and hold dear to the statement of Allah Almighty : ۞ فوَمَن يُقَاتِلْ فِي سَبِيلِ اللَّهِ فَيُقْتَلْ أَوْ يَغْلِبْ فَسَوْفَ نُؤْتِيهِ أَجْرًا عَظِيمًا (Al Nisaa’ 74)

Translation: To him who fighteth in the cause of Allah – whether he is slain or gets victory – Soon shall We give him a reward of great (value).

 

This statement of Allah Almighty shows us that a Mujahid gains no matter the outcome. Whether he is killed or emerges victorious, in both circumstances he will gain a great reward as promised by his Lord Almighty.

 

The martyrdom of our leaders has always surged our campaign even further. When our leaders are killed, Allah Almighty has replaced them with others who have dutifully held onto the ideals of our martyred leaders and striven even harder in their campaigns. Thus no matter how many of our leaders have been martyred our campaign has only emerged stronger and more victorious. Every passing day swells our ranks and brings us greater glory.

 

Therefore our enemies should not celebrate the martyrdom of our leaders for they themselves can see that such martyrdom only further unites our leaders and swells our ranks. Insha Allah.

 

We offer our deepest condolences to the families and friends of Maulawi Lal Muhammad and his other martyred compatriots. To the families, friends and the Mujahideen of Baghlan we offer our heart-felt condolences on this loss. We beseech Allah Almighty to grant their martyrs the highest of ranks and for their families, relatives and friends we ask for patience and a great reward from our Lord Almighty.

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

22/07/1438 Lunar Hijri

30/01/1396 Solar Hijri                                                                                                                19/04/2017 Gregorian

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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 is 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: The duties and responsibilities of Shaheen Corps (Balkh attack)

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Two days ago the self-sacrificing soldiers of Islamic Emirate attacked Shaheen 209 Corps. Utilizing complex planning and novel tactics the Mujahideen managed to breach all of the Corps’ defensive measures and reached the most sensitive points of their base.

 

The Shaheen Corps is comprised of over 30,000 regime soldiers but ten Mujahideen were able to battle them out for over 8 hours and killed and injured hundreds of these American-trained soldiers and special forces. This Corps is the main army corps in northern Afghanistan and many of the regime’s brutalities in the North are carried out by this Corps.

 

This army corps carried out the majority of the regime’s operations in Balkh, Konduz, Takhar and Baghlan provinces. This Corps utilized brutal tactics in their operations often destroying civilian houses, arresting hundreds of countless civilians, killing women and children and generally instilling hatred and fear in the civilians. Information also suggests that this Corps played a role in the martyrdom of Konduz’ and Baghlan’s governors (Mullah Salam Akhund and Maulawi Lal Muhammad respectively). It was for these reasons that the Islamic Emirate gave its soldiers the green light to attack this loathed Corps.

 

This complex attack on the Shaheen Corps was intended as a deterrent from further violations of civilians by regime soldiers. Similarly this attack was a reminder to the regime soldiers that they should not needlessly sacrifice their lives for foreign occupiers and either join the ranks of the Mujahideen or else desert ranks and go back to their homes.

 

The soldiers of this foreign-serving regime should know that their army was set up by the Americans to fight this war on their behalf. The soldiers are trained by Americans, equipped with their weapons, and their wages paid by the Pentagon. Then how can they envisage that they fight for their homeland and not for their foreign cashiers?

 

No matter how many such soldiers the Americans arm and equip they will invariably face defeat in the battle field. The attack on Shaheen Corps is a clear example where ten Mujahideen faced off an army of over 30,000 regime soldiers and killed hundreds of them. Having faced such a humiliating defeat the regime tried to justify their failure by claiming that the infiltrators attacked the soldiers while they were offering Friday prayers. Audio conversations and recordings of the infiltrators during the attack clearly show that the Mujahideen attacked the Corps half an hour prior to Friday prayers while the regime soldiers were busy eating their lunch.

 

No matter how the regime tries to paint this attack or twist the circumstances of this humiliating defeat, foreign observers should see this as clear proof that their trained and equipped soldiers can never defeat the Mujahideen since one fights for American dollars while the other fights to liberate his land from repression. No matter how many more soldiers are trained and equipped, the end result of this sacred campaign will be the imminent liberation of our land from foreign colonization.

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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 is 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 statement: Over 500 killed and wounded in Balkh Martyrdom attacks

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BALKH, Apr. 22 – Reports say, a strong of martyrdom seeker Mujahideen of martyrdom battalion of Islamic Emirate carried out martyrdom attacks on 209th Cops headquarter in Balkh province, which continued till night hours.
Martyrdom seekers:
According to details, 10 martyrdom seekers Mujahideen equipped with heavy and light arms attacked headquarter which continued for 8 hours.
4 of these martyrdom seekers were infiltrated Mujahideen that were performing their duties in headquarter as soldiers for a long period of time in order to conduct this type of attack.

The heroic attackers were Ahmad Safi Balkhi, Mullah Lal Mohammad Nangahari, Hafiz Neamatullah Kabuli, Qari Fida Muhammad Baghlani , Hafiz Zabihullah Kunduzi, Engineer Talha Wardak, Mullah Jawad Kandahari, Hafiz Ziaur Rahman Kosti, Abdul Basir Parwani and Mohammad Nabi Ghaznavi.
Nature of Attack:
A Mujahid who had already infiltrated to the enemy ranks, managed to accomplice a heavy amount of explosive materials in a large dining room in the Corps. Later on 9 further Mujahideen equipment with heavy and light arms entered the installation tactically and launched attacking enemy.
Casualties:
Latest information suggests that, more than 500 gunman of ANA, key military officers and commanders have been killed and wounded, while the installation is seriously damaged along with several vehicles and military equipment have been destroyed.
Objective:
We have said repeatedly that, no brutality of enemy is acceptable, but every major and minor crime will have a severe reaction.
After Islamic Emirate’s governor of Kunduz – Mula Abdul Salam Akhund – and governor of Baghlan province – Maulvi Lal Muhammad – were martyred in enemy’s operation. The martyrdom battalion directed its ground of 10 Mujahideen for taking revenge of both governors by targeting the key enemy centers of the east region.
Message:
The martyrdom offensive of 209th Corps conveys message to all enemy soldiers, police, intelligence apparatus and other relevant stooge organs that this spring operation will be more deadly and painful.
It is better for mercenaries to avoid sacrificing for American and foreign interests anymore.
If they still continue protection of their masters they are then responsible for their actions.

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Links

At least 160 dead after Taliban attack on major Afghan army base, official says

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/at-least-160-dead-after-taliban-attack-on-major-afghan-army-base-official-says/2017/04/22/239aa398-2750-11e7-a1b3-faff0034e2de_story.html?utm_term=.85c08b5d1349

Taliban fighters attack Afghan army base, ‘killing 140’

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/04/taliban-attacks-key-military-base-north-afghanistan-170421134021613.html

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 is 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: Why International Community is Silent about the Tragedy of Pol-e-Charkhi Prison?

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21st April 2017
Thousands of miserable prisoners in Pol-e-Charkhi prison are on hunger strike from past few days because of brutality and oppression continuing against them. The disclosure was made public when a message from the prisoners was published in media two days ago as hundreds of prisoners among hunger strikers have sewed their lips by threads and wires. There are reports that some prisoners are facing life risk because of hunger strike.
The miserable prisoners have raised their oppressed voice in past as well but instead to give positive response to their legitimate demands, the invaders and the Kabul Administration have resorted to further brutal and inhuman conduct against them. Even, those prisoners whose detention period has already been completed are still kept in detention contrary to all human values.
Moreover, one should not expect from invaders and the puppet Administration implementation of law and justice because they are not committed to any human and Islamic law or principles. From day one, when invaders have came to Afghanistan and installed a puppet regime in Kabul, they have committed tens of thousands of inhuman crimes which is an open secret to the entire world as broad day light.
The finger of criticism could be pointed to those international, regional and domestic organizations, societies and NGOs who claim to be defenders and protectors of human rights and fighting against anti-human atrocities because they obtain money and assistance by the name of these oppressed people and have devoted their life to defend these blessed slogans.
If someone read the message of Pol-e-Charkhi prisoners published in media, it contains plausible, rational and legitimate demands from the beginning to the end. None of the demand is contrary to law and rationale.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan strongly demands the international, regional and domestic foundations, societies and organizations working for human rights especially for the rights of prisoners to fulfill their responsibility and obligation. They should come forward for the assistance of these miserable people. Furthermore, they should put pressure on the invaders and the puppet Administration through different channels to compel them to respect human rights and put an end to their oppression and brutality against miserable prisoners. Otherwise, if urgent measures are not taken, it would create a human tragedy. In that case all concerned sides would be equally responsible in this historical disgrace along with invaders and their surrogates and the stigma of disgrace would remain on their face because of this human tragedy.
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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 is 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: Trump and the War in Afghanistan

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April 17th 2017

Contrary to the Kabul regime’s wishes, Trump’s National Security Advisor – McMaster – did not make any specific promises in assisting the regime beyond the worn out phrases of defeating the ‘Taliban through the regime forces’. The White House’s ambivalence has caused much headache in Kabul. The regime fears that should foreign troops withdraw from the country, the Mujahideen – who are already knocking at the doors of Kabul – will overrun all the major cities and enter Kabul proper.

 

The Ashraf Ghani regime tried many ploys to attract Trump’s attention towards Afghanistan. First they argued that various foreign terrorists groups had made a foothold in Afghanistan. Then they became more specific by arguing that Al Qaeda was reemerging in Afghanistan. When that also failed, they argued that Daesh had emerged and was making gains. In its latest tact the regime has tried to use the allure of Afghanistan’s vast natural resources to wed Trump financially to the regime.

 

The Trump administration should not escape from the ground realities or ignore past lessons. The resistance to foreign occupation is not limited to a ‘few terrorist groups’. They should understand that the resistance fighting them is a grass-root movement supported by a large majority of the nation. They should not adopt the regime’s language by referring to them as ‘terrorists’ or ‘proxies of foreign powers’.

 

The fact that the resistance has survived, morphed and thrived over the past decade and a half despite the lack of military, political or economic assistance of any foreign power should be ample evidence to support the hypothesis that the Taliban is a home-grown grass-root movement supported by a major portion of the country. Even Kabul administration’s former top officials such as Hamid Karzai admit that the Taliban are a known homegrown movement with well-established ties to the local populace.

 

While Obama despised the failed regime of Kabul, he was drawn to its defense due to past campaign promises of a victory in Afghanistan. His very political survival was linked to the survival of the corrupt Kabul regime. Trump on the other hand has not such strategic prerogative. He understands that the American people are fatigued by this long-drawn stalemate and see no hope of a mid-term victory. They are happy to abandon the regime to its own devices and instead focus on more acute problems closer to home. The Trump administration should embody their people’s spirit and stop supporting a ‘losing horse’. They should save their blood and tears for a more important day and a more important conflict. The longer this conflict drags the more long-term its consequences on America’s psyche. This unwinnable war is only dampening America’s appetite for military adventures and could placate the U.S. so much that we might see unwise appeasements of foes far more dangerous and potent than the Taliban.

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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 is 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: The Regime’s latest Politicking to engage Trump in Afghanistan

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According to reports the regime in Kabul is determined at all costs to engage Trump in the Afghan quagmire and to this end has so far made various unsuccessful attempts. In the latest of such moves, reports suggest that the regime has offered Trump – a entrepreneur turned President with many outstanding conflicts of interests – to invest and profit from Afghanistan’s many natural resources.

 

America’s longest war received very little coverage during the recent presidential campaign. Even after Trump was inaugurated, so far he has shown no visible interest in this faraway theatre. On the contrary in his few remarks on the conflict during his campaign, Trump imbued contempt for such an unwinnable war that was shaking the very foundations of American economy and the unconditional support for the a regime that has stupendously failed to reign in corruption.

 

The Kabul-based ‘Itla’at-e-Roz’ newspaper reports that the regime’s Ministry of Mines and Petroleum has sent a delegation to Washington to engage the White House and encourage it to invest in the country’s many untapped resources. Sources add that in order to entangle the Trump empire in Afghanistan, the delegation is offering to sell the nation’s gold and precious stone resources as well as its lithium reserves to the Administration. The delegation is also hoping that the Trump enterprise will invest in the country’s hydro energy infrastructure.

 

An advisor to Ashraf Ghani – Humayun Qaoomi – has also told the Associated Press that Afghanistan has natural resources estimated to be between 2 – 4 trillion dollars and the Kabul administration is ready to partner with American companies to exploit these resources.

 

A recent report by the New York Times similarly stated that so far the President has not made any statements to indicate a willingness to expend more lives or money in Afghanistan. However in the brief telephone conversation with Trump, Ghani tried to highlight Afghanistan’s vast natural resources so as to entice the new President to undertake economic ventures in Afghanistan. It is possible that the prospect of such financial profit could tempt Trump to consider further investment in this country.

 

According to analysts, having surrendered Afghanistan’s political and military sovereignty in the so-called Strategic Partnership Agreement, the regime still fears its imminent downfall and therefore is eager to surrender the country’s economic independence to Washington as well in exchange for a few more days in power.

 

However the regime should know that the wealth of our nation is not their personal belonging that they can just sell off to anyone. The children of this land, having carried out a 16 year campaign to defend their land breaking the back of the enemy militarily, are similarly ready to defend the resources of our dear nation inch for inch in order to prevent its exploitation by any foreign powers. God 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 is 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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MOAB: Statement of the Islamic Emirate’s Spokesman regarding the latest U.S. barbarity in Nangarhar province

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April 15th 2017

On 13 April 2017 at approximately 7:30 pm local time in Nangarhar’s Achin district, in the area of Mamund valley, American forces dropped – according to their statement – the largest non-nuclear bomb known as the ‘mother of all bombs’. This barbarity was followed with much fanfare with the Americans proudly boasting about it in the media thus showcasing the increasing barbarity of the foreign occupation.

The use and experimentation of such destructive weapons by foreign occupiers on our war-weary people and in every corner of our war-ravaged country is inexcusable. The Islamic Emirate condemns such barbarity in the strongest of terms and considers its perpetrators as war criminals. Such over-proportionate use of destruction poses long-term detriments for the environment and the development of our nation.

The repression of Daesh plots inside Afghanistan is the obligation of Afghans and not of foreigners. If the Americans fear for their security they should foil such plots at their own borders. The use of Daesh as a ploy to kill Afghans, bombard our lands, experiment novel weapons, and extend the illegitimate occupation is unacceptable. On the contrary, it is a historical wrong and a blatant aggression.

Through such actions the Americans hope to portray itself as a force against Daesh while at the same time giving this group visibility and legitimacy and therefore practically strengthening it. In recent months the Islamic Emirate carried out three separate operations against Daesh in Nangarhar yet every time the Mujahideen came close to completely eradicating this group, American aircraft would start bombarding the Mujahideen and forcing them to retreat.

The fact that the Americans claim that their presence in Afghanistan is limited only to a train and assist role while dropping 10 kiloton bombs on our lands only strengthens the voices of independence and Jihad in our land. Such barbarity illustrates that all freedom-loving Afghans ought to adopt a clear stance against the ongoing oppression of our country and no longer be fooled by American extenuations.

We believe that the use of heavy weaponry and destructive bombs in our country is not the answer to the current dilemma. Rather such irresponsible actions only light the flames of vengeance and show the ugly face of foreign occupation.

Zabihullah Mujahid

Spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

17/07/1438 Lunar Hijri

26/01/1396 Solar Hijri                                                                                                          14/04/2017 Gregorian

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Links 

First on CNN: US drops largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/04/13/politics/afghanistan-isis-moab-bomb/

‘It felt like the heavens were falling’: Afghans reel from Moab impact

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/apr/14/it-felt-like-the-heavens-were-falling-afghans-reel-from-moabs-impact

Mother of all Bombs

 

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 is 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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