13 NATO Terrorist Dispatched to Hell, As Afghan Taliban Break Saripul Jail to Free 170 Mujahideen--

Wadaich

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
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SARIPUL, Jun. 08 – Last night, Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate participated in a successful armed offensive amid operation Al-Farooq on the security belt of Saripul provincial prison and freed hundreds of prisoners. Details of the operation state that a group of Mujahideen initially attacked the surrounding enemy security posts while a second group proceeded towards the main prison wall, blew a hole with explosives and overran the check post inside.

It is said that some 13 cowardly terrorist invaders were also killed in the attack and dozens of others wounded. 170 Mujahideen inmates including governors and group commanders were later freed and transferred to a safe location. Similar operations have also been carried out in Kandahar province twice previously in which 1000 inmates were freed the first time and 450 the second. This successful operation demonstrates that the enemy deeply lacks the moral and military skills despite being deeply entrenched and still failing in protecting the prison. Link
 
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Wadaich

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
افغان باقی کوہسار باقی
الحکم لللہ الملک لللہ


الله اکبر
الله اکبر الله اکبر الله اکبر
الله اکبر الله اکبرالله اکبر الله اکبرالله اکبر الله اکبر
 

such bolo

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
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do you support these Talibaans??
 

moazzamniaz

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
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امریکی کتے کبھی خواب میں بھی اتنے مسکین مسلمان شہری مارنے کا نہیں سوچ سکتے جتنے افغان مسلمان شہری ان خنزیر طالبان نے مارے ہیں

خدا اور اسکے فرشتوں کی لعنت ہو نہتے مسلمان شہریوں کے قاتلین پر، خواہ وہ کسی بھی نسل، عقیدے اور مذھب کے پجاری ہوں




Suicide bombing kills 22 in Afghanistan, Taliban claims responsibility
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English.news.cn 2012-06-06 16:53:11

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• Kandahar once again experienced a bloody suicide bombing which left 22 dead and 22 others injured.
• "It was a motorbike suicide attack carried out on the road leading to Kandahar airport," police chief said.
A total of 579 Afghan civilians were killed and 1,216 others were wounded from Jan. 1 to April 30.

An Afghan soldier stands guard at the site of a suicide bombing attack in Kandahar province, south of Kabul, Afghanistan, on June 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of Taliban once again experienced a bloody Taliban-linked suicide bombing on Wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said. (Xinhua/Arghnand)
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by Abdul Haleem, Chen Xin
KABUL, June 6 (Xinhua) -- Kandahar, the former stronghold of Taliban 450 km south of Afghan capital Kabul, has once again experienced a bloody Taliban-linked suicide bombing on Wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said.
The site of the blast is situated next to a local bazaar where hundreds of people visit for shopping.
"It was a motorbike suicide attack carried out on the road leading to Kandahar airport this morning killing 21 people and injuring 22 others, all civilians," Kandahar police chief Abdul Razeq told Xinhua.
The attacker was also killed in the blast, he added.
However, another senior police officer Rahmatullah Atrafi said there were two blasts which left 21 people including eight guards of a private security company dead and 50 others injured, all non- combatants.
The road leading to Kandahar airport is a crowded route used by both NATO-led forces convoys and civilian vehicles including cars and buses.
Kandahar airport is also home to thousands of NATO-led forces supporting Afghan security forces in ensuring security in the southern region.
Meantime, Qari Yusuf Ahmadi who claims to speak for the Taliban outfit in talks with media via telephone from unknown location claimed of responsibility, insisting eight foreign soldiers were killed in the attack, a claim rejected by police as groundless. According to police, there were no foreign soldiers when the deadly bombing happened.
Wednesday's deadly bombing took place just seven days after a suicide car bomb ripped through Arghistan district of Kandahar province on May 31 which had claimed the lives of five police and wounded six others when a man driving his explosive-laden car blew it up next to the gate of the local police department.
Militancy has been on constant raise since launching Taliban spring offensive code named "Al-Farooq" on May 3 this year in Afghanistan.
A Taliban coordinated suicide attack against a base of NATO-led force in the eastern Khost province on June 1, according to officials, had left all the 14 attackers dead in fire exchange and blasts and 20 civilians sustained injuries.
Almost the civilians bear the brunt of conflicts in Afghanistan as a total of 579 Afghan civilians were killed and 1,216 other civilians were wounded from Jan. 1 to April 30 this year, according to figures released by UN mission in the country, while some 3,021 Afghan civilians were killed in 2011 in the insurgency- hit nation.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2012-06/06/c_131635355.htm



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A damaged house is seen at the site of a suicide bombing attack in Kandahar province, south of Kabul, Afghanistan, on June 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of Taliban once again experienced a bloody Taliban-linked suicide bombing on Wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said. (Xinhua/Arghnand)


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A damaged house is seen at the site of a suicide bombing attack in Kandahar province, south of Kabul, Afghanistan, on June 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of Taliban once again experienced a bloody Taliban-linked suicide bombing on Wednesday which left 22

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An Afghan soldier stands guard at the site of a suicide bombing attack in Kandahar province, south of Kabul, Afghanistan, on June 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of Taliban once again experienced a bloody Taliban-linked suicide bombing on Wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said. (Xinhua/Arghnand)



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Afghan soldiers inspect the site of a suicide bombing attack in Kandahar province, south of Kabul, Afghanistan, on June 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of Taliban once again experienced a bloody Taliban-linked suicide bombing on Wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said. (Xinhua/Arghnand)





لعنتیو! ایک دوسرے کو مارو. اس میں نہتی عوام کا کیا قصور ہے؟؟؟؟؟؟؟

 

littlemaster

Minister (2k+ posts)
امریکی کتے کبھی خواب میں بھی اتنے مسکین مسلمان شہری مارنے کا نہیں سوچ سکتے جتنے افغان مسلمان شہری ان خنزیر طالبان نے مارے ہیں

خدا اور اسکے فرشتوں کی لعنت ہو نہتے مسلمان شہریوں کے قاتلین پر، خواہ وہ کسی بھی نسل، عقیدے اور مذھب کے پجاری ہوں




suicide bombing kills 22 in afghanistan, taliban claims responsibility

english.news.cn 2012-06-06 16:53:11
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• kandahar once again experienced a bloody suicide bombing which left 22 dead and 22 others injured.
• "it was a motorbike suicide attack carried out on the road leading to kandahar airport," police chief said.
a total of 579 afghan civilians were killed and 1,216 others were wounded from jan. 1 to april 30.

an afghan soldier stands guard at the site of a suicide bombing attack in kandahar province, south of kabul, afghanistan, on june 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of taliban once again experienced a bloody taliban-linked suicide bombing on wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said. (xinhua/arghnand)
click here to see more photos>>
by abdul haleem, chen xin
kabul, june 6 (xinhua) -- kandahar, the former stronghold of taliban 450 km south of afghan capital kabul, has once again experienced a bloody taliban-linked suicide bombing on wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said.
The site of the blast is situated next to a local bazaar where hundreds of people visit for shopping.
"it was a motorbike suicide attack carried out on the road leading to kandahar airport this morning killing 21 people and injuring 22 others, all civilians," kandahar police chief abdul razeq told xinhua.
The attacker was also killed in the blast, he added.
However, another senior police officer rahmatullah atrafi said there were two blasts which left 21 people including eight guards of a private security company dead and 50 others injured, all non- combatants.
The road leading to kandahar airport is a crowded route used by both nato-led forces convoys and civilian vehicles including cars and buses.
Kandahar airport is also home to thousands of nato-led forces supporting afghan security forces in ensuring security in the southern region.
Meantime, qari yusuf ahmadi who claims to speak for the taliban outfit in talks with media via telephone from unknown location claimed of responsibility, insisting eight foreign soldiers were killed in the attack, a claim rejected by police as groundless. According to police, there were no foreign soldiers when the deadly bombing happened.
Wednesday's deadly bombing took place just seven days after a suicide car bomb ripped through arghistan district of kandahar province on may 31 which had claimed the lives of five police and wounded six others when a man driving his explosive-laden car blew it up next to the gate of the local police department.
Militancy has been on constant raise since launching taliban spring offensive code named "al-farooq" on may 3 this year in afghanistan.
A taliban coordinated suicide attack against a base of nato-led force in the eastern khost province on june 1, according to officials, had left all the 14 attackers dead in fire exchange and blasts and 20 civilians sustained injuries.
almost the civilians bear the brunt of conflicts in afghanistan as a total of 579 afghan civilians were killed and 1,216 other civilians were wounded from jan. 1 to april 30 this year, according to figures released by un mission in the country, while some 3,021 afghan civilians were killed in 2011 in the insurgency- hit nation.

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2012-06/06/c_131635355.htm



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a damaged house is seen at the site of a suicide bombing attack in kandahar province, south of kabul, afghanistan, on june 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of taliban once again experienced a bloody taliban-linked suicide bombing on wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said. (xinhua/arghnand)


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a damaged house is seen at the site of a suicide bombing attack in kandahar province, south of kabul, afghanistan, on june 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of taliban once again experienced a bloody taliban-linked suicide bombing on wednesday which left 22

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an afghan soldier stands guard at the site of a suicide bombing attack in kandahar province, south of kabul, afghanistan, on june 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of taliban once again experienced a bloody taliban-linked suicide bombing on wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said. (xinhua/arghnand)



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afghan soldiers inspect the site of a suicide bombing attack in kandahar province, south of kabul, afghanistan, on june 6, 2012. Kandahar, the former stronghold of taliban once again experienced a bloody taliban-linked suicide bombing on wednesday which left 22 people including the bomber dead and 22 others injured, police said. (xinhua/arghnand)





لعنتیو! ایک دوسرے کو مارو. اس میں نہتی عوام کا کیا قصور ہے؟؟؟؟؟؟؟


mqm na huka pani bannd ker dia go america ki char raha ho?
 

Zulfi Khan

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
These NATO forces are killing innocent people in the name of killing Talibans.
May Allah protect the poor and innocent Afghanis ans Pakistanis from these
cowardly attacks of NATO. Geo Islam! Geo PTI! Vote for PTI inshallah!
 

Imranpak

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Hardliners can follow the strictest brand of Islam providing they don't force it on others. In their own country they can do whatever they want, the USA/NATO army will never be able to keep them chained for long.

Either they will die or escape but hoping to keep them chained is like trying to hold air in your hands. Afghan soldiers from which many are pro-Taliban can't do much either other helplessly then walk around.
 

such bolo

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
No.

Hardline, militant outfits who think they are the only one on the right path and everyone else is astray and needs to be set straight are nut jobs.

That being said, NATo has no business in Afg. either.

leave the business of right path and astray. Just tell me is it their right to fight with NATO???...whereas the NATO and American forces have invaded their homeland.
 

awan4ever

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
leave the business of right path and astray. Just tell me is it their right to fight with NATO???...whereas the NATO and American forces have invaded their homeland.


Then dont call them 'Taliban' fighting invaders..say 'Afghans' fighting invaders.

When you give them a political name, I will throw in my reservations too.
 

such bolo

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Then dont call them 'Taliban' fighting invaders..say 'Afghans' fighting invaders.

When you give them a political name, I will throw in my reservations too.

ok...Talibans are Afghans like other militant groups of Afghans.
like Haqani Group Hikmatyaar group etc.
Do you support all of them when they are fighting to liberate their land??
 

awan4ever

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
ok...Talibans are Afghans like other militant groups of Afghans.
like Haqani Group Hikmatyaar group etc.
Do you support all of them when they are fighting to liberate their land??


The afghans can do what they want in their country. Haqqani group etc. operating out of Pakistan however should not be allowed by our military.
 
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