Post via Islamic Emirate September 11th 2019
Last Monday night the courageous Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate conducted a deadly attack on Green Village in Kabul. Before this, attacks took place against the provincial capitals of Baghlan and Kunduz. The Mujahideen took control of about 80% of Kunduz city while hundreds of puppet soldiers met a humiliating death and dozens were injured in these assaults along with large amount heavy and light weaponry obtained as war spoils. Note that the Mujahideen did not intend to establish full control over these cities as per their strategy.
Then alongside these events, the Mujahideen liberated Zari distict of Balkh province while in Takhar and Badakhshan, dozens of outposts and facilities were overrun. In Kohsan district of Heart, forty soldiers surrendered their weapons before the Mujahideen and, in the same manner, the Mujahideen continued gaining victories over the Kabul administration and invaders throughout the country rendering all schemes of their oppressive armies completely futile.
Foreigners in Kabul were struck with such ferocity that the Kabul authorities became hysterical. Following the attack, the area was completely surrounded and journalists were prohibited from entering. The puppets proudly claimed to have saved many foreigners in Green Village as though they had accomplished something praiseworthy. Also, according to their false assertions innocent civilians had been killed in the attack. The dead civilians to whom they were referring are in fact dozens of dead invaders that were part of an ongoing occupation of our land. This, of course, was prevented from appearing on the media and journalists were prohibited from visiting the site of the attack. Nevertheless, the Afghan public are well aware of all that took place. Whatever the Mujahideen have mentioned in the official statement conveys the reality of the incident. In this successful attack the enemy was heavily targeted and no civilians was deliberately hit. Besides, the public is not permitted to go to such areas.
Moving on, the message behind this deadly attack was as follows: the barbaric enemy ought to at least now, after almost two decades of unsuccessful use of violence, acknowledge that massacre, oppression and indiscriminate bombardment will not deliver it a victory of any kind. The enemy’s manner of attacking is one of blindly bombarding Afghans, making no distinction between unarmed civilians and armed Mujahideen. In nighttime raids, the homes of Afghan civilians are destroyed, their wealth and valuables looted while violence against women, children, youth and the elderly is rampant. This is because both the invaders and their quislings are well aware that Afghanistan and its Muslim people reject their presence and whatever package that presence brings.
It is only wise for the Kabul quisling administration to cease this horrific series of unjust violence against the Afghan public. They ought to make their decisions in accordance with ground realities and these ground realities have revealed that policies based on oppression cannot deliver to them any success. The enemies should refrain from their criminal activities otherwise further days of mourning await them.
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 was 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”.