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Afghan blood has become very cheap for the foreign invaders and their internal auxiliaries who are cutting away at their throats day and night. Many families of the nation are left bereaved over the past few days in various parts of the country by the armed invaders and thugs of the Kabul regime.
Latest reports say that a US drone strike in Nawi Hada area of Gomal district in Paktika province has martyred 18 innocent civilians. All the victims belonged to Kakarhzai tribe who were travelling in 3 vehicles on their way to resolve a tribal dispute.
At the same time the police chief of Khost province, Faiz Ghairat, acknowledged that the commander of special task force (militia) set up by the foreigners – Marwat – raided a home along with his gunmen in Yalgi area of the provincial capital, targeting the family and leaving 2 women martyred as well as a man and 2 other women wounded.
The value of the Afghan blood plummeted to an all-time low following immunity granted to the invaders from every type of prosecution by the Kabul regime through signing of the security agreement. No matter how many wounds are inflicted upon the nation by the invaders, the Kabul regime has even gone so far as to snatch away their right of questioning their killers in a court of law.
However the Islamic Emirate – just as it did before – shall definitely take to task those responsible for spilling the innocent blood of the Afghan nation, be they the invaders or their lackeys. The Islamic Emirate shall show in practice that this nation is not without a custodian that her spilled blood shall remain unanswered.
The Islamic Emirate shall continue waging its legitimate struggle with the complete backing of its loving Mujahid nation. If Allah has decreed it so, the invaders shall be expelled and her hirelings punished accordingly. They should not fool themselves with their vast armory, nay the Afghan nation armed with true faith has always expelled occupiers from its motherland and restored independence.
The invaders should take heed from the past one and a half decade and understand that the true inheritors of this land are the Afghans who in turn have nurtured the Islamic Emirate in their lap. No matter how many agreements you sign, they shall never hold any value for the Afghans and shall continue to remain as mere lines jotted down on a piece of paper.
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”.