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On Sunday 3rd January, a ten years old boy (son of ‘Barak Din’) was brutally martyred by the unrestrained local Arbaki militiamen in ‘Shaikh Agha’ village of ‘Khogyani’ district in ‘Ghazni’ province.
On Tuesday 5th January, the ordinary dwellers of ‘Zurmat’ district in ‘Paktia’ province told media that an ordianry villager and a woman were martyred and several children were injured in ‘Sahak’ area of this district in the sporadic and indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal stooge forces.
On Wednesday 6th January, a woman was martyred when a mortar shell, indiscriminately fired by the internal mercenary forces, hit and demolished a civilian house in ‘Band Chal Adrang’ area in the suburbs of capital city of ‘Saripul’ province.
On Saturday 9th January, the foreign invaders, accompanied by their internal stooge forces, raided ‘Waziran Ghondy’ village in ‘Haidar Abad’ area of ‘Grishk’ district in ‘Helmand’ province, in which, two guests were martyred in a civilian house and two others were incarcerated by them.
On Sunday 10th January, a man and a woman were martyred in the random mortar shelling of the internal amateurish internal soldiers in ‘Noor Khail’ village of ‘Darqad’ district in ‘Takhar’ province.
On Sunday 10th January, three children and a boy were injured in the indiscriminate artillery shelling of internal armed forces in ‘Dowlat Zai’ area of ‘Zurmat’ district in ‘Paktia’ province.
On Tuesday 12th January, an ordinary civilian (named Momin Khan) was dragged from his house by the notorious local Arbaki militiamen; his nose and ears were cut off and then brutally martyred. This incident took place in ‘Muhkam’ village of ‘Shilgar’ district in ‘Ghazni’ province.
On Wednesday 13th January, ‘Nabarhu’ village of ‘Gilan’ district in ‘Ghazni’ province was raided by the brutal foreign invaders, collaborated by their internal stooge forces, in which, after thoroughly searching the people’s houses, five ordinary villagers were martyred and two others were badly injured.
On Thursday 14th January, a man and a woman were martyred and another woman and two children were injured in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal mercenary forces in ‘Guldad Khail’ area of ‘Zurmat’ district in ‘Paktia’ province.
On Monday 18th January, ten ordinary civilians were badly injured in the rocket shelling of internal stooge forces in ‘Alozai’ square in ‘Baraki Barak’ district of ‘Logar’ province.
On Sunday 24th January, a woman and a child were injured in the heavy artillery shelling of internal amateurish forces in ‘Sormi’ area of ‘Khogyani’ district in ‘Nangarhar’ province.
In the closing days of January, numerous dwellers of ‘Baghlan’ province protested against the brutal conduct of internal stooge forces and told media that civilian houses and mosques were demolished by them during the recent military operations. Particularly, the residents of ‘Dand-i-Ghori’ district told that their houses were hit by heavy artillery shelling, fired by the internal security forces, in which, huge financial and corporeal losses were inflicted on them.
On Wednesday 27th January, civilian houses in several villages (namely Khoshal, Muradi, Atal and Ghotano) were searched by the notorious local Arbaki militiamen, in which, the ordinary people were badly beaten and their cash and other valuables were stolen by them.
On Thursday 28th January, a child was martyred and several others were injured in a randomly fired mortar shelling of the internal stooge forces in the suburbs of ‘Ghazi Abad’ district in ‘Konar’ province.
On Thursday 28th January, two ordinary civilians were martyred and five others were injured during the brutal military operations of internal mercenary forces in ‘Khogyani’ district of ‘Ghazni’ province.
On Friday 29th January, a woman was martyred, a man and two children were injured in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal stooge forces in ‘Yangi Qala’ and ‘Gadai Qala’ areas of ‘Khawaja Musa’ district in ‘Faryab’ province.
On Friday 29th January, an ordinary villager was detained and taken away as prisoner by the brutal foreign invaders during a raid in ‘Malmand’ area of ‘Sangin’ district in ‘Helmand’ province.
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”.