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By Mujahid Jawad

April 5, 2010

Afghan Editorial: President’s Wrong Decision is destructing the Country

Hamid Karzai lashes out on international community for making fraud during the August 20 election but afterward while talking to US foreign secretary on the telephone has assured her that both countries have strategic partnership, according to an editorial in the Dari-language Afghan daily.

Karzai’s recent talks in southern Kandahar province have once again proven that the blurred policy is still existed between Afghanistan and the west because Karzai has called on the Taliban to take themselves out of foreigners control as he did it.
Karzai by this way warns that if his demands are not met by US and parliament he will play the dangerous game of joining with Taliban but still its not clear that whether the president is serious in what he said or just want to take privileges from the west by saying such things as before.

The president in fact has destroyed all his backward bridges and now as a result for sure he will surrender to Taliban or may leave the power and these both decisions will take the country out of the legal track and people of this country will be affected from its negative consequences.

President Hamid Karzai has to know that he can never get the confidence of the Taliban and al-Qaeda with expressing such words and he also can not take himself out of history’s pages.

All what Karzai has said during the past few days can lead the country into destruction which is against the people’s ideas so the majority of Afghans are opposing on what he said and Karzai will be responsible for all negative consequences.

People also must not let that their future can be destroyed with expressing of such words.

Source: Roznama Arman-e-Milli, Afghanistan, April 5, 2010

By Mujahid Jawad

March 9, 2010

Afghan Editorial: America Want To Genocide Pushtoons

The US special representative to Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrook has finally unveiled the decision of his government about Pushtoons.

The words that he expressed while speaking to Havard University on the 5th of March does not mean anything except the genocide of Pushtoons.

Holbrook said every Pushtoon family on the both side of the Dewarand Line (the joint border between Afghanistan and Pakistan) has at least one member who has linkages with Taliban and Taliban are part of the Pushtoon society which can not be separated. America is not share in the reconciliation program of the Afghan government but this is Karzai’s draft of peace with Taliban because he himself is Pushtoon.

These words exactly mean that America has intention to kill all Pushtoons home by home.

Holbrook is one among those responsible for the division of former Yugoslavia and is sent to Afghanistan and Pakistan for a particular purpose. And now it’s clear from his speeches that his purpose is to eradicate Pushtoons and eliminate them from political and economical fields.

During August 20 presidential election in Afghanistan, Holbrook said before any announced result that the election will go to the second round and that time also he was trying to undermine the election process because Karzai was the winner and probably he was not good for the American’s interests.

After he destroyed the legitimacy and transparency of the election, Holbrook was busy in some forms of activities in both Afghanistan and Pakistan to bring the stability of this region under question.

When he went to Karachi city of Pakistan recently, that time the same rumors had been spread widely that he was discussing and helping with officials of Muhajer Ghorzang (Refugees Movement) about the eradicating and dismantling of Pushtoons.

By the time Richard Holbrook was in Karachi, hundreds of shops and business centers of Pushtoons were destroyed and put on fire and many Pushtoons were killed.

So with his recent comment now there is no doubt that Richard Holbrook is trying and has a program to destroy Afghan nation specially the Pushtoons.

When Afghan officials proposed peace talks, meanwhile massive operations have been started in the southern Helmand province and this show clearly that what is behind the curtain. Afghan nation should look to this issue carefully and should have a good stance.

But one thing that we are 100% percent confident and sure is that every invader has been defeated here, every proud and deluded has been broken down here and there for we are very much sure that it will be clear tomorrow that any one who disrespect to this nation will lose his pride and dignity.

Source: Wrazpanra Weesa, Afghanistan, March 8, 2010

By Mujahid Jawad

January 25, 2010

Religious Scholars Wanted A Law Against Hard Drinks

Religious scholars (Ulema) council in the eastern Nangarhar province urged President Hamid Karzai to approve a law against the hard drinks (alcoholic beverages) as soon as possible, according to a Pashtu-language Afghan daily.

Mawlawi Asadullah Sajid the head of the religious affairs department in the province has said that youths are turning to use alcoholic drinks increasingly day by day in that province which can lead the youths into bad ways, according to a report in the Pashtu-language newspaper Wrazpanra Afghan Jerga.

He added that Afghans stopped the cultivation of poppy by their suggestions so now the government also should ban and prevent the import, and usage of alcoholic drinks in the country.

He wanted from Hamid Karzai to approve the law against alcoholic drinks which was proposed by the parliament as soon as possible.

This new law draws the same punishment for alcoholic drinkers as it is for the drugs users.

Source: Wrazpanra Afghan Jerga, Afghanistan, January 25, 2010

by Mujahid Jawad

January 24, 2010

Taliban Former Foreign Minister: Its Too Late for Peace

Wakeel Ahmad Mawtawakil the former foreign minister during the Taliban regime has said that now it’s too late for peace talks between the Afghan government and Taliban, according a Dari-language Afghan daily.

He said the peace draft that recently been made by the Afghan government is very much late proposed, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Mandegar.

Hamid Karzai recently announced that they have made a peace draft which will be put forward for more discussion in the London conference, scheduled for January 28th this year.

Even peace talks with Taliban have been proposed by Afghan government and international community since several years but Taliban foreign minister accuses the officials for superficial attitude toward peace adding that peace talks issue is just been used as motto by Afghan government.

Recently Robert Gates, the US secretary of Defense has said that peace talks with Mullah Omer is impossible but Wakeel Ahmad Mawtawakil called these words the words of no confidence on Taliban. He added that this no confidence between Taliban and America prolonged the war in Afghanistan.

He insisted that America understands that the distance between them and America become very much increased now a day.

He pointed to the UN black list and added that this black list made a big obstacle against peace and reconciliation process. In regard to the moderate Taliban he pointed to that Pashtu-language proverb that sweets and candies are not distributed in the battle field. He said it not possible to divide Taliban into moderate and severe in this war condition.

In regard to the new peace draft made by the Afghan government he said if there is any thing new in this draft then it’s ok but if all the things are old then it won’t have any result without wasting the time.

He also said that special focus should be on peace talks rather than fights in London conference. He concluded that foreign troops should leave the war and work together with the government of Afghanistan to find better ways for peace and reconciliations if not this current crisis will continue.

Source: Roznama Nukhost, Afghanistan, January 21, 2010

by Mujahid Jawad

January 21, 2010

Afghan Editorial: Afghan Defense and Interior Ministers Should Resign

Several terrorists entered Kabul city yesterday and targeted the civilian property and innocent people. This attack started with small and heavy weapons shooting from the top roof of a shopping center located close to the presidential palace and continued by suicide attacks in different parts of the city.

Ambulance is also used in these coordinated suicide attacks. Terrorists’ attacks with these equipments show that some government officials also helped with these terrorists. Terrorists entered the Kabul city with suicide vests, rocket grenades and weapons by all those routs which are carefully been monitored by police. Or maybe these terrorists might be equipped inside the city.

If the security belts around this city is carefully made, monitored and all the vehicles are being checked so it wont be possible for terrorists to enter the city with suicide vests and rocket propelled grenades inside the city and launch the big scale terrorist attacks.

The ministers of interior and defense, who are recently approved once again by the MPs through any possible deal, remember that no body could have the courage to enter even leaflets to Kabul city during the Taliban or Communist regimes in the past.

But today even though more than 30 countries have troops inside Afghanistan, Taliban could easily enter to the heart of the Kabul city with different kinds of weapons and threat those who are living inside the presidential palace.

On the other hand Taliban conducted this operation while President Hamid Karzai has almost completed a peace draft with Taliban and will bring it to discussion in the London conference.

Taliban with yesterday’s attack replied to Karzai’s this new peace proposal with no which means that they are not ready to sit for peace talks because they have specific aims in Afghanistan.

The Afghan government instead of the killing of the terrorists acting diplomatically with terrorists released them from prisons and did not reward them perfectly.

This incapable policy of the government caused the big presence of terrorists in the battle field and spread the insecurity much more than before.

Because of these points the following things are to propose:

1- Both ministers of interior and defense must resign as soon as possible and those should come instead of them who are capable to defeat the enemy.
2- Instead of peace draft with Taliban, ways to eradicate the terrorists should be discussed in the London conference.
3- Britain and their spies are supporting the Taliban and there for they must not be let to rescue the leaders of the Taliban.

If these three suggestions are not accepted we will be witnesses of more such attacks in Kabul and security officials will turn them in their success in order to keep their posts in the government.

Source: Roznama Arman-e-Milli, Afghanistan, January 19, 2010

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Afghanistan News by Mujahid Jawad

January 21, 2010

Four Suspected Men Arrested In Connection to Kabul Attack

Kabul police said they have arrested four suspected men in connection to January 18 attack on Kabul which left 5 people killed and 71 others injured, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

Sayed Adbul Ghafar Sayed Zada the head of the anti crime branch of Kabul police headquarter said that the arrested men confessed on their crime, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Arman-e-Milli.

He added that the arrested men have also said that they had rented a house in Kabul from where they coordinated the attack.

Source: Roznama Arman-e-Milli, Afghanistan, January 21, 2010

Four Taliban Arrested In Kandahar Province

Four Taliban militants have been killed in the southern Kandahar province on Wednesday, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

In condition of anonymity, a local official said that a Taliban sub commander is also among the arrested Taliban, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Afghanistan.

Taliban have yet to comment on that.

Source: Roznama Afghanistan, Afghanistan, January 21, 2010

A Taliban Commander Arrested

A Taliban commander Mullah Ghulam Dastagair is arrested in the southern Kandahar province, according to a Pashtu-language Afghan daily.

The National Security department has said that Mullah Ghulam Dastagiar is famous by Qari Bilal and was sent by Quetta Shora (Taliban council in Quetta Pakistan) to Shah Wali Koot district of Kandahar for terrorist activities, according to a Pashtu-language newspaper Wrazpanra Hewad.

Qari Bilal confessed that he was commander for Shah Wali Koot and was responsible for many direct attacks against the Afghan and international troops as well as in roadside mines.

Source: Wrazpanra Hewad, Afghanistan, January 21, 2010
15 Taliban Killed In Badghis Province

Fifteen Taliban militants have been killed in the northwestern Badghis province during the join operation of the Afghan and international troops on Wednesday, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

Sayed Ahmad Sami the head of the police headquarter in that province has said that Taliban were killed in Khasadar area of Bala Murghab district though a joint ambush of Afghan and American troops, according to a report it the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Nukhost.

Taliban have said so far nothing on that.

Source: Roznama Nukhost, Afghanistan, January 21, 2010

Would-Be Suicide Bomber Held

Security officials in the northern Sar-e-Pul province Wednesday claimed detaining a would-be suicide bomber, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

Mohammad Bilal Niram the head of the police department in the province has said that the suicide attacker wanted to target the governor’s house, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Husht-e-Subh.

He added that a suicide vest, power butteries and a phonebook with umbers of top Taliban were seized from Mullah Sher Mohammad.

Source: Roznama Husht-e-Subh, Afghanistan, January 21, 2010

Afghanistan to Boost Forces To 400,000

Afghanistan’s finance minister says a joint panel has agreed to boost the number of Afghan security forces from the current level of about 191,000 to 400,000 within five years, according to an Afghan daily.

The announcement came Wednesday after a meeting of Joint Coordination and Monitoring Board to finalize a government action plan to be presented at a Jan. 28 international conference in London to shore up the Afghan leadership, according to a report in the Daily Outlook.

The panel includes Afghan government representatives and officials from the UN and major troop contributing countries.

Source: Daily Outlook, Afghanistan, January 21, 2010

Afghanistan News by Mujahid Jawad

January 14, 2010

A Taliban Commander Killed In Ghazni

A Taliban commander is killed in the southern Ghazni province, according to a Pashtu-language Afghan daily.

The Afghan Defense ministry has said that this Taliban commander is Mulla Shakir who coordinated many recent terrorist attacks in that province, according to a report in the Pashtu-language newspaper Wrazpanra Hewad.

The report added that another famous Taliban commander is arrested in the central Logar province.

Source: Wrazpanra Hewad, Afghanistan, January 14, 2010

Helmand is The Biggest Drug Trade Center in Afghanistan

The officials of the judicial organs of Afghanistan have said that southern Helmand province is the biggest drug trade center in Afghanistan, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

Officials in the condition of anonymity said that 20 drug smugglers have been arrested recently in that province, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Nukhost.

The report added that tons of drugs have also been seized in that province lately.

Source: Roznama Nukhost, Afghanistan, January 14, 2010

Suicide Attack in Kandahar Province

Three police and three civilians have been injured when a suicide bomber exploded himself in Daman district of the southern Kandahar province, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

The Afghan interior ministry has said that the health condition of the two injured police is serious, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Mellat.

Taliban have yet to comment on that but usually Taliban take the responsibility for suicide attacks in Afghanistan.

Source: Roznama Mellat, Afghanistan, January 14, 2010

Terrorist Activities In Pakistan Coordinated From Afghanistan

The head of the Pakistani ISI has announced that all terrorist acts in Pakistan are conducted from Afghanistan’s territory, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

Jeo the private news channel in Pakistan has announced that Ahmad Shejah Pasha one of the heads of the ISI said that the main source of terrorism is narcotics which is widely grown in Afghanistan, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Arman-e-Milli.

Meanwhile Raza Rabani a member of the parliamentarian security affairs committee has expressed his concern over the drone attack inside Pakistan and added that these attacks could have negative impact on the regional security.

He urged the government of Pakistan to provide financial source to create spine line along the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

But Afghan government had already expressed confrontation with the creating of spine line along the border between these two countries because the duration of the Durand line has already been expired.

The report added that the head of the ISI expressed these words after the international media has unveil the linkages between Taliban and ISI and especially the report which says ISI has transferred Taliban leader Mulla Omer from Quetta to Karachi city of Pakistan in order to keep him save from possible US drone attacks.

The Afghan government has also recently accused the Pakistani government especially the ISI for supporting the Taliban.

Source: Roznama Arman-e-Milli, Afghanistan, January 14, 2010

20 Killed In Suicide Attack

At least twenty people were killed in suicide attack which happened in Dehrawood district of the southern Ourzugan province, according to a report in the Pashtu-language Afghan news website.

Gulab Khan one of the police officials in the province added that 13 other people have also been injured in the suicide attack which happen in busy street of Dehrawood district, according to a report in the Pashtu-language website http://www.khabaryal.com.

Taliban have yet to comment on that.

Source: http://www.khabaryal.com, Afghanistan, January 14, 2010

Afghanistan news by Mujahid Jawad

January 5, 2010

Some Foreign Terrorists Killed In Kunduz Province

Afghan National Army said that 25 Taliban militants have been killed during the joint operation of the Afghan and international forces in the northern Kunduz province, according to a report in the Pashtu-language Afghan daily.

Abdul Wakeel Ehsas a commander of the national army in the north has said that four Chechens (terrorists from Chechnya) and a top Taliban commander Mullah Qasem was also among the killed Taliban, according to a report in the Pashtu-language newspaper Wrazpanra Weesa.

The report added that 19 other Taliban are injured in the operations.

Source: Wrazpanra Weesa, Afghanistan, January 5, 2010

12 Taliban Killed In Kandahar Province

Twelve Taliban militants have been killed in Zheri district of the southern Kandahar province, according to a Pashtu-language Afghan daily.

Humayoun Durani a head of the anti criminal department of Zheri district has said that these Taliban militants have been killed during the joint operation of the Afghan and international forces, according to a report in the Pashtu-language newspaper Wrazpanra Hewad.

He also said that four foreign troops were killed during this operation when their vehicle blew up with road side mine.

Source: Wrazpanra Hewad, Afghanistan, January 5, 2010

A Taliban Commander Arrested In Paktika Province

The National Security Department has said that they have arrested a Taliban commander Mohammd Ayoub in the southern Paktika province on Monday, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

The National security department has said that this commander of seven Taliban has been arrested during the joint operation of the national security department forces and national police in Yahyakhail district of the southern Paktika province, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Mellat.

Meanwhile Mukhlis Afghan the spokesman for the governor of Paktika province has said that three other Taliban militants have been also arrested with this Taliban commander.

Source: Roznama Mellat, Afghanistan, January 5, 2010

4 Taliban Arrested In Paktika

Four Taliban militants have been arrested during the operation of the national security forces in the southern Paktika province, according to a Dari-language Afghan news website.

Mukhlis Afghan the spokesman for the Paktika governor said that this operation is conducted in Yahyakhail district of the province and one of the Taliban commanders Mulla Mohammad Ayoub was also among the arrested Taliban, according to a report in the Dari-language website http://www.salamwatandar.com.

He added that this commander was assigned by Taliban to coordinate road side mine explosion and direct attacks on the foreign forces convoys.

Source: http://www.salamwatandar.com, Afghanistan, January 5, 2010
Four Taliban Militants Killed In Helmand Province

Four Taliban militants have been killed in the southern Helmand province according to a Pashtu-language Afghan local news website.

The Afghan Defense ministry has said in a statement that these Taliban militants have been killed during the joint operation of the Afghan and international forces in Nawa district of the southern Helmand province on Monday, according to a report in the Pashtu-language local website kandahartv.com.

Taliban have yet to comment on that.

Source: http://www.kandahartv.com, Afghanistan, January 5, 2010

19 Taliban Militants Arrested In Farah Province

Nineteen Taliban militants have been arrested in the western Farah province, according to a Pashtu-language Afghan news website.

Mohammad Younus Rasooli the deputy governor of the western Farah province has said today that these Taliban militants have been arrested in Balajoe district of the province during the joint operation of police and national army, according to a report in the Pashtu-language website http://www.bakhtarnews.com.af.

He added some weapons have also been seized in the operations.

Source: http://www.bakhtarnews.com.af, Afghanistan, January 5, 2010

Afghanistan News By Mujahid Jawad

December 8, 2009

The Most Important Taliban Commander Mulla Amruddin Killed In Badghis Province

Afghanistan interior ministry has said that the most important Taliban commander Mulla Amruddin is killed in the northwestern Badghis province, according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

Interior ministry said that Mulla Amruddin was killed along with his three other associates during a battle with police in Ghormach district of the province, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Cheragh.

The report added that Mulla Amruddin was coordinator of all terrorist attacks in that province and with his killing the number of the terrorist attacks will decrease tremendously.

Source: Roznama Cheragh, Afghanistan, December 8, 2009

A Taliban Commander Arrested In Laghman Province

Afghanistan Defense ministry has said that a Taliban commander arrested in the eastern Laghman province according to a Dari-language Afghan daily.

The press release from the Defense ministry has said that Taliban commander Mullawi Abdulrahmann was responsible for many attack on the government and international forces and was arrested in Gularam area of the province during the joint operation of Afghan and international forces, according to a report in the Dari-language newspaper Roznama Anis.
Taliban have said so far nothing on that.

Source: Roznama Anis, Afghanistan, December 8, 2009

Afghan Daily: Taliban Doesn’t Have Authority of Negotiations But ISI Does

President Hamid Karzai once again proposed peace talks with Taliban. But this time Hamid Karzai wanted from the international community to help him make this negotiation productive.

Anytime Afghan government proposed peace talks with Taliban, Taliban have rejected these peace talks and added that they will not participate in these talks if foreign forces do not withdraw from Afghanistan.

We think as we said before that Taliban set this condition only to escape from peace talks because they don’t have the authority to participate in peace talks because they are the playing items or toys of ISI.

ISI created Taliban in order to implement its strategy in Afghanistan and in the region and for this reason Taliban have destroyed all the economic and cultural institutions of this country during their regime by the order of ISI.

Therefore if Afghan government want to propose peace talks, so its better to propose it directly to ISI rather than Taliban.

Source: Roznama Arman-e-Milli, Afghanistan, December 7, 2009-12-08