Islamic Emirate: Attack on hospital in Maidan Wardak province, an open brutality..…?


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Our oppressed countrymen have faced a lot of sufferings and miseries during the joint and brutal night raids of the invaders and their surrogates. From 7 October 2001 until today, they have gate crashed tens of thousands homes in the stillness of nights killing children during deep and sweat dreams while mothers lost their loves ones, women were widowed, fathers wept and villagers were put into grief.

Recently, invaders and their surrogates have started a new wave of atrocities. Though 14 months ago, they announced the end of military operations and fighting but they have started to once again test their fate by harassing, terrorizing and harming Afghans. They want to extend the scenario of prolongation of occupation on the provocation of surrogate Kabul Administration.

According to credible reports, on Wednesday night 17th February 2016, the surrogate army along with invaders, taking advantage of the darkness of night attacked a local hospital run by a Swedish NGO.  They pulled out four patients from the hospital and martyred them with knives and cutters. Similarly, they humiliated doctors and other staff members of the hospital and looted medical equipment and supplies. Meanwhile, they also caused damage to the building. It is worth mentioning that this hospital was providing medical facilities to local civilians and is located in Tangi Saidan of Daimardad district, Wardak province.

In any sense, this facility could not be considered as military target and has no link with Islamic Emirate rather it has been founded and managed by a foreign NGO to serve the common people.

On 20th February 2016, three days after the tragic incident, people witnessed another scene of brutality by surrogates. A 12 years old child was killed by surrogate troops who was working in his fields. This incident also occurred in Saidabad district of Maidan Wardak province. In response to this incident, the people of the area staged a demonstration and blocked Kabul-Kandahar Highway for several hours.  Nevertheless, Kabul Administration is also continuing their brutalities and atrocities against civilians for past several weeks in Shahabudin and Dand Ghori area of Baghlan province. But, unfortunately, human rights organizations and the International Community are silent and making no comment in response to these incidents.

The said dastard and gruesome incidents of the past week in Maidan Wardak province are the recent examples of brutalities of the invaders and their surrogates. Because targeting innocent children, attacks on hospital, killing of patients and medical staff, harassment and beating of hospital staff members, humiliation of doctors and nurses is nothing else except barbarism…..!!?

Surprisingly, invaders and their surrogate are not even ready to accept the responsibility of civilian’s casualties and harassments. They consider themselves doves of peace. Two weeks ago, when civilians casualties report was published by the United Nations and referred civilians casualties to awkward and two-headed Kabul Administration then they expressed their extreme outrage and condemned the UNAMA reports.

The invaders and the two-headed Kabul Administration which is shouldered by foreigners should listen carefully that the people of Afghanistan will not be satisfied except with Islamic system, freedom and independence of the country. End of occupation and independence is the most important goal for the Afghans because it signifies security, peace and prosperity.


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”

About Carol Anne Grayson

Blogging for Humanity.... Campaigner/researcher global health/human rights/drones/WOT/insurgency Exec Producer of Oscar nominated documentary Incident in New Baghdad, currently filming on drones.
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