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According to a survey, nearly two hundred thousand of our innocent countrymen have been incarcerated by the brutal foreign invaders and its internal stooge regime during the last fifteen years in their raids and night operations. Most of these prisoners are brutally tortured, having no precedence in the civilized history of mankind.
Over the previous one and a half decade, the brutal American soldiers raided the homes of innocent defenseless Afghan civilians and violated their sanctity and dignity in the darkness of nights without having any reliable information. In most cases, the main entrances of houses were blown up with bombs, the children, women and elderly barbarically awakened and forced out of their homes in the chilly cold winter season. Later black masks were worn to the elderly and then taken away either to Bagram, Kandahar or any other of the numerous known and unknown detention centers.
Inside the prisoners, the brutal American investigators used to present hundreds of mind boggling questions to each prisoner e.g. information about the head of Internal Jihadi Organization Al-Qaida, its members and their activities etc. They were asked questions about the late founder and leader of the Islamic Emirate, his colleagues and their whereabouts. This as most of the oppressed prisoners did not even know what ‘Al-Qaida’ was?
For the sake of large sums of American dollars and various other privileges, the spies of the stooge regime in Kabul used to introduce ordinary prisoners as ‘Al-Qaida’ members and high-ranking commanders of the Islamic Emirate, they were then brutally tortured for several years on the basis of unfounded accusations. After two, three or even five years and under the American supervision, a judge used to decide that the prisoner should be set free for after being declared innocent.
Similarly the so called national security and various other savage departments of the stooge Kabul regime have committed felonies and violations of basic human rights in the last one a half decade by looting, detaining, beating and brutally torturing these innocent detainees, crimes which can never be erased from the minds and memories of any vigilant, sincere and patriotic Afghan.
The cruelty of national security and other criminal and judicial organs was that the detainee used to be tortured si ruthlessly during the investigations – especially by tenth and a few other directorates – that he would become handicapped for life. The prisoner would then be sent to the notorious Pul-i-Charkhi prison for further investigations and trials.
The so called court of cassation would then demand huge bribes from the families of the detainees through their mediators and the families would end up selling their houses, property, other valuables and even borrow money to fill the stomachs of judges and various other related stooge officials.
The detainees who could not arrange the required amount of money or bribes are still behind the bars and living a desperate life of hopelessness under the savage and inhumane conditions imposed by the brutal stooge officials.
So now – to conceal its defeat and deviate public opinion from the rapid progress of ‘Omari Jihadi Operations’ recently launched by the Islamic Emirate – the corrupt crumbling puppet Kabul regime has announced capital punishment for prisoners who failed to pay the required amount of bribes and grafts for their release.
The stooge officials of the puppet regime in Kabul should realize that their recent conduct with these vulnerable and oppressed Afghan prisoners can never amount to bravery or success rather it proves that they have lost their strength and will to confront the courageous Mujahidin of the Islamic Emirate. Therefore they now seek to take vengeance from prisoners who have been living under their tyranny and could not fulfil the huge demands of these gluttonous officials!!!
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”.