Masoud and other Afghan criminals

January 26, 2013

Afghanistan’s Political Dilemma…Foreign-Cultivated, Co-opted Leadership “Massoud worked for us, Massoud kept the Salang open for us…he would not allow anyone to attack us”…Mikhail Gorbachev, BBC World Pashto Service, February 15, 2004 Life is hard. Some things just defy all compassion, logic, reason and understanding, especially so for Afghans, a population constantly under siege in a […]

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Text of speech enunciated by two representatives of Taliban in Paris

January 10, 2013

Text of speech enunciated by Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan at research conference in France The full text of speech enunciated by two representatives from Political Office of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Mawlawi Shahbuddin Dilawar and Doctor Muhammad Naeem, at research conference in Chantilly of France convened from 20-21/12/2012: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, […]

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Key Afghans Tied to Mass Killings in ’90s Civil War

August 16, 2012

MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Afghanistan — The atrocities of the Afghan civil war in the 1990s are still recounted in whispers here — tales of horror born out of a scorched-earth ethnic and factional conflict in which civilians and captured combatants were frequently slaughtered en masse. Stark evidence of such killings are held in the mass graves that […]

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“The Afghans say that it is impossible to obtain a public service without paying a bribe”

May 8, 2012

  Found out a quite interesting report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) saying that “An overwhelming 59 per cent of the population said that their daily experience of public dishonesty is a bigger concern than insecurity (54 per cent) or unemployment (52 per cent).”. A report on Corruption in Afghanistan, […]

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Mass murder in Kandahar

March 13, 2012

Yet again do we hear the news about brutal killing of innocent civilians in the “war on terror” that USA has brought to Afghanistan. A war that shouldn’t be in Afghanistan but in fact in Pakistan since Taliban and Al-Qaida are hiding in Pakistan. We can not accept that American forces are full of brutal, […]

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Ensamkommande flyktingbarn från Afghanistan

March 5, 2012

Jag har noterat att fler och fler ensamkommande flyktingbarn från Afghanistan har hittat sin väg till Sverige. Uteslutande alla av dessa barn tillhör den etniska gruppen Hazarer. Man kan fråga sig hur det kommer sig att just Hazara skickar sina barn till Sverige? Det krävs ingen stor tankekraft att komma fram till det handlar om […]

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Historical background to the struggle of Pashtuns and Balochs for independence

March 5, 2012

Dr. Rahmat Rabi Zirakyar’s paper named “The ugly scars of colonialism: Pashtuns and Balochs struggling for 172 years” gives a historical retrospective view to the struggle of Pashtuns and Balochs for self-determination. The paper gives some insight to the current blaze of politics in the region where Baloch people struggle to gain self-determination from Pakistan. […]

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All Afghanistan National Accord (AANA)

February 19, 2012

Found a quite interesting article written by Mohammed Daud Miraki. The sociopolitical experimentation in Afghanistan that has begun on October 7, 2001 under the guise of democracy has deprived Afghans of their basic human rights and slaughtered countless. This catastrophe was facilitated and continues through a symbiotic relationship between US-NATO and criminal elements within Afghanistan with pseudopolitical organizations. These […]

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A Federal System of Government is Not Suitable for Afghanistan

February 13, 2012

Thought I would share a nice article I found: Afghanistan has had nearly all forms of governments for the past several decades from a kingdom, to a republic, to communist dictatorship, to mujahideen coalition, to an Islamic centralist, and to more or less another republic form of government lately. These governments have had various degrees […]

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Leaked NATO Report Shows Pakistan Support For Taliban

February 10, 2012

I have repeatedly claimed the fact that Pakistan is supporting Taliban for its own purpose. Now a leaked NATO report confirms it as well.  A classified NATO military report obtained in Afghanistan by news organizations says Pakistan’s secret services are helping Taliban in directing attacks against foreign troops in Afghanistan. The BBC and “The Times” newspaper in […]

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