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Default 08-09-2015, 08:53 PM

50 KILLED IN KABUL MASSACRE!!

http://news.yahoo.com/nato-member-tw...040512051.html



Vigil for the victims of the Kabul massacred carried out by Pakistani-backed militants.



A man holds a placard at the scene of the massacre, Pakistani-backed terrorists carried out the massacre.



Afghan woman cries.



The work of terrorist thug, Raheel Sharif, head of the Pakistan army who organize and run the anti-Afghan terrorists.


NO CONDEMNATION FROM TURKEY


Turkey, a regime which sponsors terrorists such as ISIL and backs Jamaat e Islami in Bangladesh, has not condemned this massacre.

Turkey is a major ally of Pakistan and also supports pro-Pakistan terrorists and war criminals in Bangladesh.



Erdogan, his regime have failed to condemn the Kabul massacre. Turkey is a sponsor of terrorism and a staunch ally of Pakistan.



NO CONDEMNATION FROM SAUDI ARABIA




Adil Jubeir, Saudi regime thug and "foreign minister", whose regime have yet to denounce the Kabul massacre. Saudi is a major ally of Pakistan and also supports pro-Pakistan terrorists and war criminals in Bangladesh.


The Saudi regime, another major sponsor of terrorism, have also failed to condemn the Kabul massacre and are in fact also staunch allies of the Pakistani regime.


However despite almost unconditional backing from the Turkish and Saudi regimes for Pakistani terrorist and thug, Raheel Sharif, and the rest of the murderous generals in Rawalpindi, Afghans are strong and resilient and have endured failed invasions for thousands of years.

Raheel Sharif will have to be careful of karmic consequences, despite strong support from America, China, Turkey, Saudi Arabia for his army and regime.



Thug and terrorist, Raheel Sharif, enjoying strong support from America, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.






What will China do?

China is a strong supporter of Pakistan and arms the brutal military there. It was also a strong supporter of the Pakistani military during its failed but brutal genocide of Bengalis in 1971.

China was defeated in 1971 as it backed the racist and genocidal Pakistani military and despite China's hard attempts to stop Bangladeshi freedom, China failed.

I sincerely hope that Afghans like Bengalis are able to defeat the Chinese-backed Pakistanis.

Oh Allah please help our Muslim brothers and sisters in Afghankhwa and Pakhtunkhwa against the Pakistani army and its supporters in America, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and China.

Ameen, thumma ameen.


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Default 08-10-2015, 07:42 PM

We hoped for peace but war is declared against us from Pakistani territory’: President Ghani


President Ashraf Ghani addressing a press conference in Kabul on Monday afternoon. (Photo: Arg)

BY ZARIZA CORRESPONDENT PUBLISHED 2015-08-10 | 20:44:00 762 Print |

In the wake of alarmingly deteriorating security situation across the country, President Ashraf Ghani addressed a hurriedly convened press conference in Kabul on Monday afternoon.

Flanked by many senior officials of the national unity government and security agencies, President Ghani looked visibly troubled over what he called “significant developments” over the past few days.

Under fire from the civil society for adopting soft approach towards Pakistan, President Ghani sought to answer many questions regarding relations between Kabul and Islamabad and the ongoing peace process.

During his first official visit to the U.S. in March, President Ghani had warned that 2015 would be a “difficult year”from the security point of view.

On Monday, he said the drawdown of over 100,000 foreign forces and the transfer of responsibility to Afghan security forces to counter insurgency was a predictable challenge.

The aim of these attacks, he said, is to topple states and state system in the region but the government of Afghanistan will continue to “make every effort to overcome this phenomenon”

“Our enemies had been waiting for a power vacuum so they could take advantage of and see the government collapse. However, none of the gloomy predictions turned to reality,” President Ghani said, recalling how some doomsayers had warned that the government will not sustain beyond few days.

President Ghani expressed “deepest gratitude to our brave sons and daughters in uniform for all the sacrifices they are making”.

On the death of former Taliban supremo Mullah Mohammad Omar, President Ghani credited National Directorate of Security (NDS), the premier security and intelligence agency of Afghanistan, for “revealing the lies and fabrications” about him being alive.

The confirmation of Mullah Omar’s death, President Ghani said, not only “demonstrated the strength and maturity” of Afghanistan’s intelligence agency, but reaffirmed the fact that “the war in Afghanistan is fought for and by others”.

Speaking on the ecology of terror, President Ghani said terrorism is a real concern for Afghanistan and the region. The terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Turkey and other Muslim countries, he stressed, are “of the same nature”.

The aim of these attacks, he said, is to topple states and state system in the region but the government of Afghanistan will continue to “make every effort to overcome this phenomenon”.

Then, he spoke of the recent attacks in Kabul city, which have resulted in hundreds of civilian casualties. The attacks, he said, show that “war has changed shape”.


“The enemy who was fighting to gain some territory and to claim a victory has now had its backbone broken. It is so desperate now that it has turned to cowardly attacks against innocent people just to weaken people’s morale,” President Ghani affirmed.

Three suicide bombings in Kabul on Friday resulted in 355 civilian casualties, including 42 deaths and 313 injured, according to United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA).

On Monday, at least seven civilians were killed and 18 others wounded after a suicide bomber detonated his explosive-laden car at a busy traffic junction near Kabul International Airport.

President Ghani said he had spoken to Pakistani Prime Minister and Pakistani Army Chief on Sunday night and made it clear that the government of Pakistan “should have the same definition of terrorism in regard to Afghanistan, just as it has for its own”.

Reiterating the two aspects of peace – peace with Pakistan and peace with the Taliban – President Ghani said during his visit to Pakistan last November, he made it clear that a“new window of opportunity” has opened and it depends on the capacity and will of Pakistani leadership to “change the window into a door and then to an alley and even a highway, or shut it all together”.

Over the past ten months since he visited Pakistan, President Ghani said the Afghan government has shown both the will and capacity to make that happen by sharing intelligence with Islamabad to carry out a comprehensive and targeted anti-terrorism campaign.

The government of Afghanistan, he emphasized, made “all sincere efforts for peace” but the efforts have not been reciprocated in letter and spirit

“We waited all this long for Pakistan to demonstrate its will through action,” he said. “However, Pakistan still remains a venue and ground for gatherings from which mercenaries send us messages of war.”

The incidents of the past two months in general and the past few days in particular, he said, show that “the suicide training camps and bomb making facilities used to target and murder our innocent people still operate, as in the past, in Pakistan”.

“Just as the incident in Peshawar and the killing of hundreds of innocent children in a school became a turning point in Pakistan, the recent incidents in Kabul and other provinces are no less and we call it a turning point for Afghanistan,” President Ghani said.


The government of Afghanistan, he emphasized, made “all sincere efforts for peace” but the efforts have not been reciprocated in letter and spirit.

“The decisions that Pakistani government will be making in the next few weeks will be significant to affect bilateral relations for the next decades,” President Ghani said.

“The security of our people and the national interests of Afghanistan lay the basis of our relationship with Pakistan. We can no longer tolerate to see our people bleeding in a war exported and imposed on us from outside,” he hastened to add.

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, during his telephonic conversation with President Ghani on Monday, pledged to direct his government “to chart out an action plan against terrorism” and discuss its implementation during a visit by an Afghan delegation on coming Thursday, he said.

“We hoped for peace, but war is declared against us from Pakistani territory; this in fact puts into display clear hostility against a neighboring country,” President Ghani said.

“I ask the government and people of Pakistan to imagine that a terrorist attack just like the one in Kabul’s Shah Shahid area took place in Islamabad and the groups behind it had sanctuaries in Afghanistan and ran offices and training centers in our big cities, what would have been your reaction? Will you have looked at us as friends or enemies,” he said.

President Ghani urged the Taliban “who do not want their country destroyed and their people killed” to reintegrate into their society.

“Today, the resources that should have been spent on building factories, hospitals and on other development projects are spent for defense and fighting a war exported to us by others,” he said.

President Ghani said Islam is “not the issue in this war”. The political system in Afghanistan, he noted, is “based on the religion of Islam” and the Afghan Constitution is “enriched with Islamic values and ideas”.

“Again, the main question is how can those who claim to have been acting on Sharia can be this careless to the massacre of the innocent people? What would be their response to Aya 32, Sora Almaida of the Holy Quran which says, “Whoever kills a soul unless for a soul or for corruption [done] in the land - it is as if he had slayed mankind entirely,” he said.

President Ghani said there will be “no flexibility” against criminals and the judicial authorities have been directed to show “no leniency with those who have our people’s blood on their hand”.

All those working for outsiders to destroy Afghanistan are enemies of peace, he said.

“Such people fear peace, they fear rule of law and fear a stable and peaceful Afghanistan. Experience has shown that whenever there is a chance for peace, enemies are irritated and resort to violence and brutality,” he said.
The political system in Afghanistan, President Ghani noted, is “based on the religion of Islam” and the Afghan Constitution is “enriched with Islamic values and ideas”

“However, we have not and will not allow any such acts to deter us from our quest for peace or to force us into giving warmongers any concessions. We will make peace only with those who believe in the meaning of being a human, Muslim and Afghan and who do not destroy their own country on order from foreign masters,” he added.

He concluded by saying that the relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan are“based on our national interests”, of which security and safety of Afghans is paramount.

“If our people continue to be killed, relations lose meaning and I hope it will not happen,” President Ghani warned.

- See more at: http://www.afghanzariza.com/2015/08/....7fumRpEh.dpuf






@ComradePashtun as you know I am generally positive about the future of Afghanistan and its ability to combat terrorism.

However even myself, as optimistic as I am, feel that there is little the Afghan government can do.

Pakistan is supported by:

- Turkey (a sponsor of terrorism and close ally of Pakistan which has not even condemned this attack on the capital of a nation of 30 million Muslims).

- Saudi Arabia, same as above, another sponsor of terrorism and close ally of Pakistan. Not a word of sympathy over the Kabul massacre.

- China.


All of these three countries are fanatically pro-Pakistan and I don't see what the Afghans can do against the brutal Pakistani regime?

I really don't know what to say on this.


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Well BT bro, one thing is for sure that the crimes of Talib mercenaries and traitors and the Pakistani establishment against our people and country are unforgivable! These *******s together are more callous and vile than any entity we know who would perpetuate such crimes against civilians in achieving their ends which sure are nothing but evil.

Whether if these countries have expressed any sympathy or issued condemnation really doesn't mean that the agree or "takes side" of Pakistan in supporting the perpetrators of these terror attacks.

One would guess that the three of them would be interested in peaceful and stable Afghanistan.

China is inexorably pivoting towards Pakistan to access the Arabian sea and importantly Central Asia and Afghanistan as a source of much needed energy and minerals for its economic growth, and as a significant market and a region of immense geo-political importance. To realize its objectives one would think it would not waste time. An unstable Afghanistan would be a hindrance to put it crudely.

It is only chimerical if Pakistan thinks it can continue to support Talibs without compromising its national security, and let alone for projects like the CPEC to take off, but to come off the IMF life-line and face India at the same time and not have to worry.

I disagree, the Afghan government and army is doing impressively well. Despite the increase in tempo of war the Talibs have made little gains other than holding and then losing some isolate "districts" only.

I think it is about time that the Ghani set the rules of the game. I read that he has said that he instead wants Talibs and their sanctuaries to be tackled by Pakistan than facilitating the talks. He should stick to this and focus on the war effort against Talibs. Every single filthy Talib should be meted out a brutal death nothing less. The Afghan government and security forces' capability only can alter Pakistan's motivation and calculation, Ghani should stick to this area.
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9 August 2015 – The United Nations Security Council on Sunday strongly condemned the series of terrorist attacks that have taken place in the Afghan capital, Kabul, since last Thursday and resulted in hundreds of casualties and at least 70 deaths, including children.

“The members of the Security Council expressed their deep sympathy and condolences to the families of the victims of these heinous acts and to the Government of Afghanistan. They wished the injured a speedy recovery and underlined the need to bring the perpetrators of these deplorable acts to justice,” said a statement issued to the press.

The 15-member body reiterated that no violent or terrorist acts can reverse the path towards peace, democracy and stability in Afghanistan.

In the wake of the latest attacks, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) yesterday renewed its call on anti-Government elements, including the Taliban, to cease the use of complex and suicide attacks in civilian-populated areas.

Between 1 January and 7 August 2015, the Mission documented 1,523 civilian casualties (282 deaths and 1,241 injured) from complex and suicide attacks launched by anti-Government elements, almost doubling the death and injuries compared to the same period in 2014


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"and underlined the need to bring the perpetrators of these deplorable acts to justice,”
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Well BT bro, one thing is for sure that the crimes of Talib mercenaries and traitors and the Pakistani establishment against our people and country are unforgivable! These *******s together are more callous and vile than any entity we know who would perpetuate such crimes against civilians in achieving their ends which sure are nothing but evil.

Whether if these countries have expressed any sympathy or issued condemnation really doesn't mean that the agree or "takes side" of Pakistan in supporting the perpetrators of these terror attacks.

One would guess that the three of them would be interested in peaceful and stable Afghanistan.

China is inexorably pivoting towards Pakistan to access the Arabian sea and importantly Central Asia and Afghanistan as a source of much needed energy and minerals for its economic growth, and as a significant market and a region of immense geo-political importance. To realize its objectives one would think it would not waste time. An unstable Afghanistan would be a hindrance to put it crudely.

It is only chimerical if Pakistan thinks it can continue to support Talibs without compromising its national security, and let alone for projects like the CPEC to take off, but to come off the IMF life-line and face India at the same time and not have to worry.

I disagree, the Afghan government and army is doing impressively well. Despite the increase in tempo of war the Talibs have made little gains other than holding and then losing some isolate "districts" only.

I think it is about time that the Ghani set the rules of the game. I read that he has said that he instead wants Talibs and their sanctuaries to be tackled by Pakistan than facilitating the talks. He should stick to this and focus on the war effort against Talibs. Every single filthy Talib should be meted out a brutal death nothing less. The Afghan government and security forces' capability only can alter Pakistan's motivation and calculation, Ghani should stick to this area.
Manana ComradePashtun wrora for your reply.

You are one of the few serious posters on this forum that talks about serious stuff and not distracted by nonsensical topics, but substantive issues, so I respect your posts.


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One would guess that the three of them would be interested in peaceful and stable Afghanistan.
Well to be honest, Saudi Arabia and now in the past few years AKP Turkey have left a bitter taste in my tongue due to their support for pro-Pakistan terrorists and war criminals in Bangladesh and their ostentatious declarations of love for Pakistan.

They will always prefer Pakistan to Bangladesh, partly (especially for the Saudis) due to racial issues.

However Bangladesh is an independent state with a 0.2 million strong army and if we really wanted to (which we don't and which I am against) we could secure nukes, though it would take a few years after deciding to do so.

So for the Saudis and Turks to prefer Pakistan over Bangladesh is one thing, but for them to prefer Pakistan to war-ravage, tragedy-riven Afghanistan is another thing.

Saudi supported the Taliban and supports extremists and terrorists in many countries.

The Turkish public are fanatically pro-Pakistan and Turks are brainwashed from a young age to worship Pakistan as an "eternal friend/brother".

Have either Saudi or Turkey condemned the Kabul massacre?

To my knowledge: NO.

This is the same Turkish regime which issues foreign ministry statements if a single convicted war criminal is killed in Bangladesh as they did a few months ago.


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China is inexorably pivoting towards Pakistan to access the Arabian sea and importantly Central Asia and Afghanistan as a source of much needed energy and minerals for its economic growth, and as a significant market and a region of immense geo-political importance. To realize its objectives one would think it would not waste time. An unstable Afghanistan would be a hindrance to put it crudely.
China has failed to reign in Pakistan in terms of its sponsorship of terrorism in Afghanistan as the recent Kabul massacre has shown.

In geo-strategic terms China feels its alliance with Pakistan and access to the Arabian gulf via southern Pakistan is essential.

So it will prioritize its relations with Pakistan over Afghanistan.


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I disagree, the Afghan government and army is doing impressively well. Despite the increase in tempo of war the Talibs have made little gains other than holding and then losing some isolate "districts" only.
I really hope the Afghan army continues to do well and I have been following the increase in air power.

However what can the ANA (Afghan National Army for the benefit of passive silent guest readers) do against terrorist attacks and suicide attacks?

Ok, dismantle the terrorist network, arrest terrorist leaders, but that can only go so far when the ultimate source of this terrorism is protected by the Pakistani army.

The only way - I can see - to pressurize the Pakistani army is to bring pressure on it via allies.

However some of these supposed "allies" and "brother Muslim countries" are fanatically pro-Pakistan e.g. Turkey.

Leaving these "allies" and "brother Muslim" countries aside, does the Afghan government have the resources to either eradicate the Taliban threat or perhaps more realistically reduce it to a level which makes it have negligible impact on overall Afghan economic development and foreign investment?

I am no expert, but at this present juncture it doesn't look like it.

However I don't think the Taliban have the ability to ever control Afghanistan (i.e. the major cities) so the Afghan government is here to stay, however government survival is not enough as in addition to that economic growth is needed including a situation of security for the potentially $1 trillion worth of resources to be harnessed for economic growth, job creation, reducing poverty etc.


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There is no pressure on Porkistan what so ever, not even slightly.
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Default 08-12-2015, 06:23 PM

I've better idea

Ship these Neanderthal Talibani & all Afghani militias to Bangaldesh since Bangla_Billi loves Afghani so much, he can keep them - then there will peace in border areas


"I bow to no one, except ALLAH. I dont bow to punjabay, do not bow to kabulay and afghanay, do not bow to faujay and mullay, do not bow to asfandyarwalay and petty khanays...i am traitor to all of them." - Smartay
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Default 08-17-2015, 11:00 AM

Clash reported between Afghan and Pakistan forces along Durand Line

By KHAAMA PRESS - Mon Aug 17 2015, 4:34 pm



Afghan border forcesHeavy clashes have been reported between the Afghan and Pakistani security forces along the Durand Line earlier this afternoon.
The incident took place around 2:00 pm local time after the Pakistani security forces launched an attack on the Afghan Border Police and Afghan National Police outposts in Nari district of eastern Kunar province.
There are no reports regarding the casualties as a result of the clashes so far and the main reason that ignited clash has not been ascertained.
A local official said the Pakistani forces used heavy and lights weapons to target the Afghan security forces.

This comes as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned Pakistan’s ambassador in Kabul last month to protest against border violation and cross-border shelling.

According to the Ministry of Interior, the Pakistani soldiers were trying to establish military installations inside the Afghan territory in Angor Ada area in Barmal District of Paktika province when the skirmish took place.

https://www.khaama.com/clash-reporte...rand-line-1399


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Afghanistan warns of hot pursuit inside Pakistan




Afghan CEO advisor says they know about terrorist hideouts and Afghan forces will cross Durand Line to eliminate terrorists for its ‘national security’ if Pakistan doesn’t


Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Office (CEO) has warned Pakistan that if it fails to dismantle terrorist sanctuaries, Afghanistan, with international help, will directly hit militant hideouts on the other side of the Durand Line.

In an interview, CEO Cultural Advisor Sayed Aqa Hussain Fazel Sancharaki said that the Afghan National Unity Government (NUG)’s stance was clear towards neighboring countries, especially Pakistan.

“We often told Pakistan to demonstrate sincerity in fighting against terrorism otherwise Afghan Security Forces are capable of eliminating militants’ sanctuaries inside and outside the country. Afghan security forces would go and eliminate terrorists that posed a threat to our national security,” he said, adding that Afghanistan and the international community knew about terrorist training centers and hideouts.

According to him, the Afghan government wanted Pakistan to bring the Afghan Taliban to the peace talks table and to stop supporting them in their war against Afghanistan.

Afghanistan has continually emphasised its hope for friendly relations between the two countries within the framework of national interests, but it considers the fight against terrorism a common task for all countries in the region, Sancharaki said.

After the recent bloody attacks in Kabul and insurgent activities in other provinces, relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan soured considerably, leading the NUG leaders to take a firmer stance against Pakistan, he added.

http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2015...side-pakistan/


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