Islamic Emirate: Kabul approval for Black Water genocide

Post via Islamic Emirate July 15th 2019

There were some reports that American Black Water mercenary company was fighting against the Afghan nation but authentic evidence was lacking. Recently some indication proves the presence of Black Water criminals embedded with Kabul regime troops.

On August 26th, a clash between Mujahideen and enemy troops took place in Nasiro Killi area of Surobi district, Kabul province, during which 18 combined enemy personnel were killed with military uniform, helmets and other equipment emblazoned with Black Water markings were left behind.

Sometimes ago, western media outlets published reports that the Trump administration was entertaining the possibly of handing over the Afghan war to Black Water and other mercenary companies to which Kabul regime responded that it would never allow contractors to take over the Afghan war. But now the same Black Water embedded with Kabul regime troops raid Afghan compounds, steal valuables, martyr women and children for sports, destroy Madrasas, mosques, schools and clinics and harass Afghan public in various ways.

The spokesperson of the Islamic Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid, declared in his statement about activities of Black Water embedded alongside Kabul regime troops “International Human Right organizations and war crime tribunals must also understand that transferring war duties to notorious Black Water mercenaries by the Kabul administration and Americans is a deliberate act of opening the doors for atrocities and supporting mass murder”.

Inhuman Black Water mercenaries were also seen in battles with Mujahideen in Farah and Helmand provinces. The foolish enemy assumes that the war which could not be won by hundreds of thousand trained troops can be won with the use of Black Water mercenaries. The enemy must realize that war against Afghan nation can never by won since the enemy has ample resources and weapons but has been punished and seen defeat at the hands of the Afghans.

If the enemy continues their crimes against Afghan public by any name or in any uniform, the result will not only be inefficient but will also upsurge opposition that will lead to their ultimate defeat.

The Islamic Emirate vows to protect its homeland along with the life and honor of its people. It will continue its struggle for sovereignty and establishment of an Islamic system and will eliminate whoever becomes an obstacle for the best interests of the nation, whether it is invaders, Kabul regime troops or Black Water.

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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: This opportunity should not be squandered

Post via Islamic Emirate July 13th 2019

Afghanistan has been mired in a crisis over the past few decades and the United States has been also been drawn into this conflict for 18 years now. America and her allies attacked Afghanistan and sent a large number of troops to our homeland.

To find a solution to the issue to Afghanistan, American officials along with their Afghan and international partners employed a plethora of strategies. From armed operations to military pressure, alteration of generals, troop surges, espionage, propaganda and a slew of other efforts yet none proved effective because they lacked any sound logic and proper accounting behind it therefore a solution to the crisis remained elusive and the longest war in the history of America continues to drag on, causing material and human losses to all sides involved.

Historic experiences show that conflicts are never resolved with more conflict but only through dialogue and reaching an understanding. The past eighteen years have been a living proof of this fact hence the launch of the negotiations process and the continual progress witnessed in it.

Two important advances in resolving the Afghan issue were observed since the start of the current month in Doha, the capital of Qatar. Firstly, a new round of negotiations between the representatives of the Islamic Emirate Afghanistan and the United States of America and secondly, a two-day intra-Afghan conference, both of which proved more fruitful than ever before.

Both of these sittings showed that all sides of the Afghan conflict are currently committed to finding a solution to issues at hand and consider dialogue and negotiations as the only path forward. This multi-faceted consensus about a peaceful resolution is a historic opportunity and if utilized correctly, can find a solution to the current crisis that is acceptable to all sides and can safeguard both sides from the toll of war.

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan calls on all sides to give importance to the opportunity at hand and just as is vital, to treat this matter with utmost seriousness and trust. To enter the peace process with complete sincerity and courage so that true and effective steps can be taken towards a final solution. We must remember that the nations effected by this war expect nothing less from all involved parties.

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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: Positive step towards peace

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Negotiations with America were paused for two days due to the intra-Afghan dialogue and resumed on Tuesday. It is hoped that these negotiations will prove helpful in bringing an end to foreign aggression, liberating our beloved homeland and implementing therein an Islamic system, as are the wishes of the Afghan Mujahid nation.

The Islamic Emirate considers it important that there exist an agreement and mutual understanding between Afghans for achieving a joint objective. For this reason, it sat around one table with elements whose oppression had reached to the extent of Islamic and national treachery. The Islamic Emirate proceeded with prudence and foresightedness so that through mutual understanding all can play a role in eliminating the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan and saving the jihadi sacrifices from going in vain.

It is a good sign that the whole nation supports the Islamic Emirate’s stance, elimination of American aggression and the implementation of an Islamic system. At the closing of the intra-Afghan conference in Qatar, a statement was released in which all have agreed upon certain demands that were an important desire of both the Islamic Emirate and the Afghan people.

The Afghan conflict begun when some people gave support to American aggression and opposed the Islamic system. They ensured American occupation be prolonged in order to safeguard their own personal interests while they remained fully aware that this was equivalent to the destruction of Afghanistan. However, since they now express hatred for American aggression and are content with the establishment of an Islamic system, it is evident that positive steps are being taken toward peace and this is the direction in which we are heading.

The participants of this conference ought to begin trying to implement the agreement of the conference, according to which prisoners must be freed, poisonous propaganda in the media be stopped, buildings of public use and the civilian population mustn’t be targeted, and so forth. If this agreement is implemented with responsibility and seriousness, then all hurdles in the path of freedom will certainly be removed, 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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Voiolence and abuse against women by Ashraf Ghani administration

Post via Islamic Emirate July 12th 2019

Islam is the sole religion which has given complete rights to women. It is in Islamic teachings that when a woman is a daughter, she opens a door of paradise for her father, when she is a wife she completes half of the faith of her husband and when she is a mother then paradise lies beneath her feet.

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has always advocated women rights and confronted those who tried to violate the honor of women in Afghanistan.

In Afghan society under the teachings of Islam, there’s absolutely no room for men to ever disrespect women.

Ever since the start of the US led invasion there has been a sharp and gradual rise of violence and abuse against women by the planted regime and their masters – the United States and her western allies. There has been a systematic approach on all levels by the regime and their American masters in spreading moral corruption throughout Afghanistan. The hired stooges are working against Islamic values by targeting men and youth practicing the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him). These criminal hypocrites are legalizing adultery, ridiculing Afghan culture, waging campaigns against hijab, spreading immorality and promoting western values over our Islamic and Afghan values.

A broad consensus has been established in all segments of the Afghan society against the regime and their American masters committing these crimes. It is the Afghan nation’s general opinion that stands in the way of their evil designs. The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and the brave Afghan nation have completely understood the ideological dimension of the current war imposed on Afghans by the invaders and their stooge regime.

The crimes committed by the US invaders their allies and the stooge regime are so many that they cannot be alluded to in a single article.

The regime and it’s leadership are acting as advocates of women rights but in reality are abusing the women working in governmental offices of the regime and violating their sanctity by asking them for sexual favors and almost all the heads, ministers and advisors are involved in this malpractice. Those women working for the regime have been victims of the regime itself and are now speaking anonymously to the international media about their suffering.

The track record of the regime is the testimony to these revelations. The regime has put innocent women over the years in their secret dungeons just to please their American masters. The regime has martyred thousands of innocent women and children across the country this year alone, most of casualties not even reported by the media.

Recently a senior advisor to the regime leadership exposed the corrupt and evil practices of those occupying ARG taking place on daily basis.

The so called champions of women rights are preying on women and demanding illegitimate relationships for jobs and positions. The dual passport holders and leftist communist remnants in the regime are the ones who are violating the sanctity of the Afghan women. These corrupt criminals working in the regime offices are the products of the current invasion planted by the invaders purposefully so that they can spread western culture in Afghanistan in violations of our religious beliefs, societal norms and culture.

The violation of honor of Afghan women is something which makes this battle against invaders and their stooges unavoidable and our only choice that will ensure that our sanctums are never looked upon so cheaply.

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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 Health Commission regarding airstrikes and raids on hospitals and clinics

Post via Islamic Emirate July 11th 2019

Over the past few days the American invaders and their domestic allied troops have intensified airstrikes and raids on hospitals and health centers across the country which have resulted in the destruction of multiple clinics as well as martyrdom, injury and detention of many health workers including reputable doctors.

– On Tuesday, combined US and local troops carried out a raid on a vital health clinic that provided services to many people in Tangi valley of Chak district, Maidan Wardak province, during which they martyred 4 individuals including 2 doctors and abducted another.

– A similar raid was carried out on a clinic in Bakwa district center, Farah province, resulting in large part of the facility damaged, all doors and windows broken and all medicine and essentials destroyed.

– A raid was carried out on CHC health clinic in Kajaki district of Helmand province during which the facility was heavily damaged and 2 doctors abducted.

– An ambulance of Babaji clinic in Helmand provincial capital was destroyed with an airstrike.

– Manager (Doctor Gul Ahmad) of Shilgar district Emergency Clinic, Ghazni province, along with another doctor were martyred by a US airstrike.

Moreover, a campaign by Americans and their domestic supporters of systematically targeting hospitals and health clinics is underway in other parts of the country as well.

Health Commission of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan strongly condemns such reckless attacks and deliberate targeting of health centers and considers such actions a war crime and violation of all humanitarian norms.

It calls upon the World Health Organization, humanitarian institutions, right groups and other advocacy agencies to condemn these brutal US actions against health centers in Afghanistan, to launch a comprehensive investigation and prevent such war crimes from reoccurring.

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
Commission for Health Affairs
08/11/1440 Hijri Lunar 20/04/1398 Hijri Solar 11/07/2019 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 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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Remarks by spokesman of Islamic Emirate concerning civililian casualties in Maidan Wardak, Baghlan and Herat

Post via Islamic Emirate July 9th 2019

In the continuing series of war crimes and deliberate killing of common people, American invaders accompanied by Kabul administration troops carried out an overnight raid on Tangi Sayedano clinic and Goda village of Chak district, Maidan Wardak province.

This major crime resulted in the destruction of Tangi Sayedano clinic while 4 civilians (clinic administrator, on-duty doctor, a nurse and a patient) were ruthlessly murdered.

This crime happened on the same night as the occupying and puppet enemy bombed the home of villager (Ismail) located in Kutb Khelo village of Puli Khumri city’s PD2, Baghlan province, from which the house was destroyed, a woman and 5 children martyred and Ismail himself wounded.

Some 4 days earlier Haji Nadir village in Dand-e-Shahabuddin was also bombed, leaving an innocent woman martyred and 5 children wounded.

Moreover, bombings were carried out six times against civilians over the past 5 days in Bakhtabad, Aliabad and Karez Denak areas of Shindand district, Herat province, from which a mosque was destroyed and 4 civilians martyred, 3 wounded in Bakhtabad area, 2 civilians were martyred and 3 wounded in Aliabad area, a white-bearded shop owner was also martyred while 2 more civilians were martyred in Karez Denak area.

The Islamic Emirate strongly condemns all these deliberate murders and war crimes, calls on international human right organizations to question the American invaders about these war crimes and genocide and prevent such crimes from continuing.

Spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

Zabihullah Mujahid

06/11/1440 Hijri Lunar

18/04/1398 Hijri Solar                 09/07/2019 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 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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War crimes of the foreign occupying forces and their internal mercenaries (June 2019)

Post via Islamic Emirate July 8th 2019

On Saturday 1st June, four innocent civilians were martyred in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign invaders in ‘Gandam-Raze’ area of ‘Kajaki’ district in Helmand province.

On Sunday 9th June, ‘Sangi Khail’ area in ‘Zurmat’ district of Paktia province was raided by the internal mercenary forces. In this brutal raid, main gates of several civilian houses and the adjacent mosque were blasted in bombs, and three innocent people including school students and a school guard were ruthlessly martyred.

On Sunday 10th June, two children were martyred while their father was injured in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Khojdad’ area of ‘Musa Kala’ district in Helmand province.

On Sunday 10th June, a mosque was targeted in an indiscriminate drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Mirmand Aab’ area of ‘Grishk’ district in Helmand province, in which, the mosque was badly destroyed, and five people offering the prayers were martyred while two more were injured.

On Thursday 13th June, an office (agency) of the 303 model Benz vehicles was indiscriminately bombed by the foreign invaders and their internal mercenaries in ‘Shiwan’ area of ‘Bala Buluk’ district in Farah province, in which five passengers (namely Abdullah s/o of Sarwar Aka, Mira Jan s/o Shazada Aka, Borjan Aka, Habibullah s/o Muladad Aka, Amanullah and Muhammad Naeem s/o Rihmdil Aka, Khairullah s/o Muladad) were martyred, while two more people were injured. Similarly, three civilian people including one Mulla Imam were taken away as prisoners, and a few days later their dead bodies were found having explicit signs of tortures.

On Friday 14th June, four civilian people were martyred and injured while huge financial losses were inflicted on the local people during a raid of the joint enemy forces in ‘Dahna’ area of ‘Mohammad Agha’ district in Logar province.

On Friday 14th June, ten civilian countrymen were martyred during a raid of the joint enemy forces in ‘Puti’ village of ‘Mizani’ district in Zabul province. One of the martyred people belonged to ‘Khak-i-Afghan’ district while the remaining ones were local people who were busy in their fields.

On Friday 14th June, two civilian people (Dil Agha and Abdul Qahhar) were martyred in the random mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Didarat’ area of ‘Khawaja Umri’ district in Ghazni province.

On Friday 14th June, five civilian people were martyred in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Daral’ village of ‘Musazai’ area in ‘Shah-Joe’ district of Zabul province.

On Friday 14th June, a civilian corolla type vehicle was hit in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Sarda’ village of ‘Shilgar’ district in Ghazni province, in which, four innocent people (Jamal, Wali Mohammad, Said Khan and Mohammad Yousuf) were martyred.

On Saturday 15th June, two civilian people were martyred in a blind drone strike of the foreign invaders in ‘Khushal’ area of ‘Shilgar’ district in Ghazni province.

On Saturday 15th June, seven civilian people were martyred in a drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Mullagan’ and ‘Joe 2’ areas of ‘Shilgar’ district in Ghazni province.

On Saturday 15th June, two civilian people while riding bikes were martyred in a drone strike of the foreign invaders near ‘Murghy’ bazaar in ‘Barmal’ district of Paktika province.

On Saturday 15th June, five civilian people (Nimatullah, Mohammad Qasim, Kulala, Hamidullah and Juma Gul) were martyred in a drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Sarband’ area of ‘Sangin’ district in Helmand province.

On Saturday 15th June, three civilian people dwellers of ‘Habid Kudalo’ were martyred in a blind drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Kharkhasha’ area of ‘Shilgar’ district in Ghazni province.

On Sunday 16th June, one civilian man and two children were martyred while some more children including a woman were injured in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Shamiriyan’ area of ‘Murghab’ district in Badghis province.

On Sunday 16th June, four civilian people were martyred and twenty two more were injured, while heavy financial losses were inflicted on the local people during the military operations of the joint enemy forces in the outskirts of ‘Juma Bazaar’ district in Faryab province.

On Sunday 16th June, two children were martyred while four women were injured in the indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in ‘Yukhan’ area of ‘Garziwan’ district in Faryab province.

On Sunday 16th June, five civilian people were martyred by the notorious Arbaki militiamen between ‘Siya Gard’ to ‘Guzra’ areas of ‘Pashtun Zarghun’ district in Herat province. Twelve innocent people were martyred in this area during a week by the Arbaki militiamen, while thirty five families were forces to leave the area.

On Sunday 16th June, a house was hit and destroyed in a drone strike of the foreign occupying forces in ‘Grana’ area of ‘Bala Buluk’ district in Farah province, in which, three innocent brothers were martyred.

On Sunday 16th June, a transport vehicle of the local civilian people was targeted by the internal forces in ‘Muqarrab Khail’ area of ‘Zurmat’ district in Paktia province, in which, four innocent men and two women were martyred.

On Monday 17th June, four civilian people were martyred and injured while significant financial losses were inflicted on the local people during the blind bombing of the internal forces in ‘Amrotak’ area of ‘Fairoz-Koh’ district in Ghor province.

On Tuesday 18th June, two little girls were martyred during the blind firing of the internal forces in ‘Gulwal’ village of ‘Yahya Khail’ district in Paktika province.

On Wednesday 19th June, ‘Dr. Khan Agha’ village in ‘Chagi’ area of ‘Dilaram’ district in Nimroz province was raided by the joint enemy forces, in which, four civilian people including Dr. Khan Agha were taken away as prisoners, while significant amount of valuables were stolen from the local houses.

On Wednesday 19th June, civilian houses in ‘Nasrullah Kala’ area in ‘Bala Buluk’ district of Farah province were raided by the internal forces, in which, two innocent people were martyred, valuables were stolen, and eventually six vehicles of the local people were put on fire.

On Wednesday 19th June, an eighty-year old civilian (named Zaman Aka) was martyred, while his residence and shop were demolished during a raid of the joint enemy forces in ‘Maryam Manda’ area of ‘Shahr-i-Safa’ district in Zabul province.

On Thursday 20th June, a religious madrassa was burnt while significant financial losses were inflicted on the local people during a raid of the joint enemy forces in ‘Baharak’ area of ‘Garziwan’ district in Faryab province.

On Monday 24th June, four civilian people were martyred and injured during the indiscriminate bombing of the foreign invaders in ‘Qala Barakzi’ area of ‘Sangin’ district in Helmand province.

On Friday 28th June, an innocent man was martyred while several civilian houses were damaged during the blind bombing of the joint enemy forces in ‘Khashtpul’ and ‘Chamaq’ areas of ‘Pashtun Kot’ district in Faryab province.

On Saturday 29th June, a religious madrassa in ‘Chilgaziyan’ village of ‘Naik Paikole’ valley in ‘Chak’ district of ‘Maidan Wardak’ province was raided by the joint enemy forces, in which, seven students of this madrassa were ruthlessly martyred and the madrassa was badly damaged, while four civilian people were taken away as prisoners.

On Sunday 30th June, eight civilian people were martyred and injured in the random mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Qarghan Tapa’ area of ‘Imam Sahib’ district in Kunduz province.

On Sunday 30th June, civilian houses in ‘Rahmat-Abad’ district of ‘Shirin Tagab’ district in Faryab province were raided by the joint enemy forces, in which, three innocent people were martyred and injured, while significant financial losses were inflicted on the local people.

On Sunday 30th June, ‘Laghari’ village in ‘Shahr-i-Safa’ district of Zabul province was raided by the joint enemy forces, in which, four civilian people including a child were martyred and injured, while several transport vehicles and solar panels of local people were destroyed.

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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