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For the last two weeks the mercenary armed forces of stooge Kabul regime are struggling to enter Dand-i-Ghori area of Baghlan province; and each time, by the grace of Almighty Allah and due to the tough resistance and resolve of Mujahidin, the enemy has been badly defeated and consequently compelled to abscond from the battlefield while leaving several corpses and huge amount of ammunition behind.
Inside Dand-i-Ghori area, situated in suburbs of Pul-i-Khumri city the capital of Baghlan province, Mujahidin are quite dominant due to the unflagging support of local freedom loving masses. A perpetual hindrance has been created for the stooge enemy forces on the main Kabul-Balkh highway as they cannot move easily from centre to the northern areas of Afghanistan. Several leading figures of the puppet regime were also targeted and eliminated on this route.
The strategic Kabul-Baghlan highway is controlled by Mujahidin of the Islamic Emirate at several points inside Baghlan province which is regularly traversed by them around the clock. Consequently this highway has been turned into a safe route for ordinary travellers by inhibiting intermittent looting and robberies committed by unrestrained armed militiamen mostly linked with the puppet regime.
The internal mercenary forces left no stone unturned and launched a huge military operation to establish a foothold in this area but all in-vain. After suffering heavy casualties and colossal financial losses, the wicked enemy deliberately started targeting and hitting the civilian houses in the area. Several houses were demolished with the help of heavy artillery shelling in which numerous casualties and huge financial losses were inflicted on the innocent ordinary people.
On the basis of recent reports, hundreds of civilian houses were damaged and destroyed in the indiscriminate and brutal heavy artillery shelling of armed forces of puppet Kabul regime. Similarly several holy mosques were deliberately demolished and martyred by these mercenary forces.
During these military operations, the main transmission pole supplying power to Kabul was also targeted and destroyed by the stooge enemy forces resulting in darkness for our numerous countrymen. The stooge enemy then tried to blame Mujahidin of the Islamic Emirate for this felonious act committed by them and with regret some biased media outlets, while quoting the enemy without any enquiry, pointed their fingers towards Mujahidin.
Mujahidin categorically denied their involvement in this inconvenient incident and assured that electricians from the related organ can come to reinstall the transmission pole so that the people are relieved and their houses are lit but it were the armed forces of the puppet regime who prevented electricians from approaching the area to erect the poles.
The enemy has resorted to achieving their malicious objectives by victimizing and inflicting corporeal and financial losses on the civilian people. In this way they want to justify and prolong the illegitimate brutal foreign occupation which is inevitable for their own existence.
But the freedom loving people of Afghanistan will continue their just struggle against the foreign invaders as well as their internal mercenary forces. The internal stooges will not be left unrestrained in the implementation of vested interests of their foreign brutal masters.
Regretfully the supporters and claimers of human rights have adopted complete silence over the destruction of civilian houses, mosques, cutting power supply lines and demolition of other public welfare structures while forgetting that their silence is an implicit support of these brutalities of Kabul regime.
On the other hand, Mujahidin are determined to protect the lives, properties and noble values of our pious people and to defeat the internal as well as external enemies of our beloved homeland.
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”.