Foreign invaders and their hirelings used heavy force on Thursday in an attempt to retake Kunduz city but failed after sustaining heavy material and corporeal losses due to stiff Mujahideen resistance.
The four day presence of Mujahideen here not only indicates the strength of Mujahideen and weakness of the enemy but proves that the struggle of the Mujahideen is sacred and not for attaining wealth and property.
All the countrymen and the citizens of Kunduz witnessed that the struggle for religion and country by Mujahideen against the invaders and their lackeys is a pure struggle, free of any other aims.
The invaders and their stooges made some claims yesterday which were unfortunately picked up media outlets and it was even more unfortunate that the organization of Amnesty International also used these accusations in their own report circulated from the address of the invaders.
They accused the Mujahideen in Kunduz of looting people’s property, torching homes and carrying out other unethical actions.
The publication of this baseless report by the said organization clearly displays their partiality which we condemn and consider totally unjust.
The actions of the said organization are in total conflict with its name. Its reports are always drafted and published based upon animosity and political interests.
Everyone saw the entering of Mujahideen into Kunduz city and their presence inside it up to this time where they have not touched public and private property.
The residents of Kunduz and members of parliament of the stooge regime have also testified to this fact but Amnesty International turned a blind eye to all these realities and directly rallied behind the invaders against the Islamic Emirate.
Spokesman of 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 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”.