domingo, 3 de diciembre de 2017
Press release I.E. Afghanistan "Explosions in Mosques, a Conspiracy of the Enemy"
Explosions in mosques in Kabul and Ghor province on 20th October were gruesome incidents that shocked the entire nation. The Islamic Emirate, as a principle, condemns such incidents in its strongest terms and considers it a planned scheme of the overt and covert enemies who want to flare up sectarian fighting in Afghanistan and distract attention of the people from the occupation.
Similarly, it is a wicked ploy to undermine the ongoing Jihadic resistance. True Mujahideen have nothing to do with it. Those who carried out self-same incidents in hospitals, mosques and demonstrations in the past and still intend to do so are, in fact, being harbored and equipped by official entities as per the very assertions of the high ranking officials of the Kabul Administration.
They consider this tactic an appropriate and effective one and argue that for now, we can stop the advance of the Taliban by fostering these elements and will cope with them later on. But such wicked tactics of the invaders and their stooges have always turned into dilemma for them if we ever go through their past history. In fact they have no face for the people. The invaders and their internal allies do not hesitate to turn away from any kind of abominable acts including the afore-mentioned incidents. They martyr innocent Afghans in their beds during night raids while bombardment and drone attacks have ratcheted up many folds. Not only have they deliberately intensified fighting but lack to realize that armies are not able to block the march of the masses. If it was possible, then the efforts by the invaders in the past one and a half decade would have been enough to achieve their objectives. But on the ground, we see that more than half of the population of Afghanistan is living under the administration of the Islamic Emirate against whom the invaders and the Kabul Administration are currently engaged in fighting.
We want to tell the leaders of the Kabul administration that is it bravery to fight against your own people with the might and weapons of foreigners that you boast of but despite that you are facing a fiasco? Apparently, you are harping on the slogans of peace but practically creating reasons and justifications for fighting. If you really want peace then it is vital to remove those hurdles to begin with which have wiped out security of our country and you know what these hurdles are. But if you still see your survival in the new American strategy and in having their troops stationed in the country and resort to finding pretexts for continuation of the occupation then you are the ones to be held accountable for the fighting and the harmful consequences it would bring about. In that case, you will not escape from the accountability of the people nor of history