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  1. The Pope condemned the terror attacks in Afghanistan: https://youtu.be/A5s7VlFeTyU
  2. The attack on Shia mosque in Kandahar took place on Friday, 15 October 2021, on the day of martyrdom of eleventh Imam of Shia Muslims and killed more than 40 people. The preceding Friday when the attack took place on Friday, 8 October 2021, was the martyrdom of eight Imam of Shia Muslims. Those attacks were very deliberately chosen. The UNSC has condemned the attacks against Shia Muslims: https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/10/1103272 According the the following clip the attack on Kandahar was as follows: 4 attackers arrived at the gates of the mosques. They attacked the armed guards of the mosque, wounding two. Two attackers were shot before they could enter the mosque. The others could manage to enter the mosque, while the Friday prayer was ongoing. One guard pulled him down. At that moment he exploded his bomb, killing the guard and worshipers around him. It could have been foreign terrorists affiliated with ISIS or Taliban. Vladimir Putin had already warned one day before the Kandahar attack of hundreds of foreign terrorists arriving in Afghanistan: "Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday said hundreds of fighters loyal to the Islamic State militant group were massing in northern Afghanistan, as Moscow prepares to host international talks on the country next week." Former Pashtun Mujahideen leader and former Saudi ally Abdul Rasul Sayyaf has exclaimed the following words condemning the attack: "A few years ago, I had stated the Shari'a ruling on suicide bombings based on the verses of the Holy Quran and the hadiths of the Prophet (and forbidding them). A number of individuals and groups who were involved in these ugly and indecent crimes defended the permissibility of this ugly and indecent acts and rejected me and sent me hundreds of insults." "I now ask them (the Taliban) what they think of these crimes now," Mr Sayyaf said. "Do they insist on their previous fatwa and opinion, or has their opinion changed now?" Sayyaf also asked whether the training camps for suicide bombers have been closed or whether they are still operating? Taliban suicide bombings were a deadly tactic of war against foreign forces and the former government, with Afghan civilians often paying the price for this kind of warfare. It is important to mention that the Taliban have established a new suicide centre in Badakhshan, Northern Afghanistan, called Mansouri battalion, a few weeks ago: At the same time, cells of another terrorist group, Lashkar-e Mansouri (banned in Russia), which organizes suicide attacks, have been established in Fayzabad, the capital of Afghanistan’s province of Badakhshan. The Lashkar-e Mansouri cell in Badakhshan was established “to repel possible attacks against Taliban units,” the official state Bakhtar News Agency reported. Taliban officials said they have sent “thousands” of their troops into Afghanistan’s Takhar province, which borders Tajikistan’s Khatlon Region. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid posted photos of military vehicles and men in uniform on his Twitter page on September 25. He stated that “tens of thousands of the Islamic Emirate’s Mansoori Army special forces fighters were deployed in Takhar to address potential security threats and other challenges.” “The Islamic Emirate’s Mansoori Army” is mostly made up of suicide bombers. In mid-September, the Taliban announced that those troops had entered Badakhshan province. Since the interior minister of Taliban, Haqqani, rejects both the Mahdi and attacked the Shia scholar ibn Babuyah (see the video link above), it is noteworthy to post at this point the advice of Imam al-Askari to ibn Babuyah: It has been narrated that Imam Hasan Askari (عليه السلام) wrote a letter to one of the great scholars, namely Ibn Babeweyh [1] (May Allah’s mercy be on him), saying: “O! My trusted and experienced scholar, Abu al-Hassan Ali Ibn Qummi; may Allah give you success in His way. May Allah bless you with pious children. I advise you to piety, consistency on (your daily) prayers, and on paying alms. Indeed, the daily prayers will not be accepted of those who do not pay alms. I advise you to forgive people at the time of anger; visit your relatives and sympathize with them; try to do your best in helping them in the time of need and difficulty. (I further advise you to) be patient with the unwise and wrong doers, gain deep understanding of religion, seek education in behavior, show respect to the Holy Qur'an, retain your good nature, advise (others) to good and prevent them from the evils. As Allah states in the Holy Qur'an: “There is no good in most of their secret counsels except (in his) who enjoins charity or goodness or reconciliation between people; and whoever does this seeking Allah's pleasure, We will soon give him a mighty reward.” [2] … Thus, act according to my advice, and ask my followers to do the same. Upon you be waiting for relief, for Prophet Muhammad ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم).) said: “The best of deed in my community is waiting for the relief (the appearance of Imam Mahdi ((عليه السلام).)).” Our followers will be in a constant grief until he reappears. He is the one promised by Prophet Muhammad ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم).) who will fill the earth with justice when it has been filled with tyranny and oppression. O my follower! Be patient (for the appearance) and ask all of my followers to endure as well; nevertheless: “…surely the earth is Allah's; He causes such of His servants to inherit it as He pleases; and the end is for the righteous.” [3] May Allah’s mercy and blessing be upon you and all of my followers. [Narrated from “Guidance to the Path of Light, The Life of Imam Hasan Askari ((عليه السلام).)” by Ayatollah Sayyed Muhammad Taqi Mudarresi; translated by Muhammad Sadiq Sharee’at[) Footnotes: [1]- Ali Ibn Babeweyh Qummi, the father of Sheikh Saduq. [2]- The Holy Qur'an, 4:114. [3]- The Holy Qur'an, 7:128
  3. Yet another terror attack kills and injured dozens of Shia Muslims, this time in Kandahar. https://af.shafaqna.com/FA/48261 I will go deeper into the ongoing genocide in Afghanistan in this thread, God willing. This topic is something exclusive to Afghanistan at the moment, as there Shia and Sunni are both affected by it.
  4. A new noha with new pictures from resistance front: https://youtu.be/HRJJcrd1uWA One of the lines are in Dari/Farsi as follows: I don’t need a kaffan/shroud for my martyrdom/Shahadat. This can be said about all Afghans inside Afghanistan, as they are oppressed and persecuted by extremist Takfiri groups. A genocide against the indigenous people is currently happening in Afghanistan. This genocide is the continuation of politics of former president Ashraf Ghani.
  5. Statement of the office of Grand Ayatollah Sistani: In the Name of God, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un Honorable and oppressed people of Afghanistan Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu With a heart full of pain and sorrow, while condemning yesterday’s crime of the Kunduz Mo’menin Mosque, we offer our deep condolences to you dear ones on the martyrdom and injury of dozens of innocent worshipers of this mosque, and we ask God Almighty for patience for the bereaved families and immediate healing for the injured. It is with regret and disbelief that the Muslim countries and the international community have left the innocent nation of Afghanistan alone and have practically allowed more of the innocent believers of this country to be targeted by the criminal attacks of extremist and ruthless groups. In these difficult circumstances, we invite you, dear ones, to observe national unity and solidarity more than before, and to find a way to protect civilians from the oppression and crime of terrorist groups, and to take appropriate measures to prevent the recurrence of such a catastrophe in mosques and public gatherings. We ask God Almighty the honor and esteem for the great nation of Afghanistan. The Office of the Grand Ayatollah Sistani – Najaf Ashraf The office of Grand Ayatollah Ishaq al-Fayadh also condemned the attack on oppressed Shia Muslims in Kunduz and demanded punishment for those who committed it.
  6. The Taliban follow Deobandi tribalism, which is a mixture between Hanafism, Wahabism and Pashtunwali tribal code. The Taliban are split between extreme Wahabism and Pashtun tribalism. Both of them are lethal for Afghans in Afghanistan. The extreme school of Taliban is called the Haqqani. Currently the Haqqani school is in power in Afghanistan. Many ministers of the Taliban, including the current interior minister Siraj ud-Din Haqqani, are from the extremist Haqqani school. Sorry for posting the following but I have to, after initially having avoided posting it. In the following video the mentioned Siraj ud-Din Haqqani tells his opinion about Shia. If you know Farsi watch it: https://youtu.be/IogmpuWLWJ Among others he calls Shia as children of Sigha/Mut'a, his biggest concern in it seems to be Sigha, insults Shia scholars like Majlisi and Kulaini and says that Shia are not Muslims, which is equal to death sentence in Afghanistan. On the other side the Taliban seem to be extremely frustrated about not being able to carry out their masters' plans, as Afghan resistance is not only alive but were also able to capture advanced weapons from Taliban during recent attacks: https://youtu.be/89pI2moPd0o Furthermore the Taliban have not been able to carry out their political goals. The Taliban and their masters are literally stuck in Afghanistan.
  7. More than hundred people were killed today following a bomb explosion in a Shia mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan, during Friday prayers: https://www.rt.com/news/536958-afghanistan-mosque-blast-kunduz/ Edit: The Taliban will say of course that it was Isis but everyone knows that many Taliban members have the same mentality as the Isis, namely that Shia are Kuffar and must be killed.
  8. Everyone who wants to know more about the mindset of the "new" old Taliban, should read the article, from which I quote some parts. The highlighted parts by me shows the mindset of the brainwashed Taliban fighters. With that mindset you can commit atrocities against anyone. These are some parts of the article: Sixteen days earlier, says village chief Said Iqbal, in a story echoed by several of the farmers, the Taliban showed up in captured police pickups. The armed men called together the village’s men and delivered them an ultimatum: All residents, they were told, had 15 days to leave their homes, land and belongings and disappear. The valley they had farmed for several decades and had never been claimed by others, no longer belonged to them, they were told. The Taliban ordered them to leave on their own, otherwise they would be driven out with force. Deadly force, if necessary. "But where are we to go?” one of the men asked. Doesn’t matter, the Taliban answered, just depart this Garden of Eden surrounded by an inhospitable landscape. Then the Taliban left. The ultimatum supposedly expired yesterday. Some of the roughly 300 families – around 2,000 people – have already left Tagabdar, they say. And those that remain listen in fear to each approaching vehicle. Four days after DER SPIEGEL’s visit to the valley, the rest were driven out, fleeing to relatives in other villages, to the cities or to the slums of Kabul. (...) The brutal landgrab in the Tagabdar Valley and two other villages in the area began in early September. Over the subsequent weeks, the expulsions were expanded to include more than a dozen other villages in the remote and difficult-to-access mountains of Daykundi, a province in central Afghanistan. Taken together, they suggest a conflict which could ultimately lead to ethnic cleansing across the country if Afghanistan’s largest ethnicity, the Pashtun, feel emboldened by the Taliban victory to take land and rights from minorities. (...) In remote areas of the country like Daykundi, systematic disenfranchisement is again the order of the day. And the pattern is almost always the same: A group of Taliban shows up in the village and calls all the men together in the mosque or on the main square. They are given an ultimatum to clear out of the village, with a deadline ranging from five to 15 days. Otherwise, they are told, they will be driven out with violence. (...) In more recent times, the Hazara have also had been penalized for the injustices committed by others. In 1997, after Uzbek militias killed 3,000 Taliban prisoners in the areas surrounding the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif during the civil war, the Taliban took revenge on a group that had nothing to do with the massacre but that they hated anyway: the Hazara. The Taliban went from house to house and killed at least 2,000 people, slitting their throats and firing anti-aircraft guns into groups of civilians. In a move to consolidate his support, Taliban governor Mullah Niazi said the Hazara are kuffar, non-believers, and deserving of death. (...) A Talib with fingernails dyed red with henna serves green tea, and then the district leader presents his version of the situation. "These Hazara arrived here 40 years ago. They killed many, raped women and even skinned people alive. They are dangerous criminals,” he says, speaking in all seriousness of the farmers in the Tagabdar Valley and in the other villages. "Hardly anyone dared go there in recent years. But now, law and order has been reestablished!”
  9. Two massacres against Hazara by Taliban in Afghanistan in 2021 confirmed so far: August 19, 2021 9:29 pm Taliban fighters massacred nine ethnic Hazara men after taking control of Afghanistan’s Ghazni province last month, Amnesty International said today. On-the-ground researchers spoke to eyewitnesses who gave harrowing accounts of the killings, which took place between 4-6 July in the village of Mundarakht, Malistan district. Six of the men were shot and three were tortured to death, including one man who was strangled with his own scarf and had his arm muscles sliced off. https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2021/08/afghanistan-taliban-responsible-for-brutal-massacre-of-hazara-men-new-investigation/ October 5, 2021 12:00 am Taliban forces unlawfully killed 13 ethnic Hazaras, including a 17-year-old girl, in Afghanistan’s Daykundi province after members of the security forces of the former government surrendered, a new investigation by Amnesty International has revealed. The killings happened in Kahor village of Khidir district on 30 August. Eleven of the victims were former members of the Afghan National Defence Security Forces (ANDSF), and two were civilians. (…) Verifying human rights abuses committed by the Taliban since they took control of Afghanistan in August 2021 has proven difficult, as the group have cut mobile phone service in many regions. https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/press-release/2021/10/afghanistan-13-hazara-killed-by-taliban-fighters-in-daykundi-province-new-investigation/
  10. This week an article about the resistance against terrorist Taliban has been published in the Financial Times: How Tajikistan became hub for Afghanistan’s resistance Ousted Afghan government using Tajik capital of Dushanbe as base to plan next steps September 28, 2021 11:02 pm by Nastassia Astrasheuskaya in Dushanbe As the international community wrestles over whether to recognise the new Taliban regime in Kabul, one country has quickly made clear where it stands. Neighbouring Tajikistan has emerged as a vocal critic of the government and a hub for Afghan resistance. Ahmad Massoud, the leader of Afghanistan’s National Resistance Front and the son of Soviet-era resistance leader Ahmad Shah Massoud, Amrullah Saleh, the former vice-president and self-declared acting president, and Abdul Latif Pedram, the leader of the National Congress Party of Afghanistan, have all been given protection in Dushanbe, Tajikistan’s capital. Afghanistan’s neighbours in central Asia fear the Taliban takeover could unleash radicalism and spur drug trafficking in the region, as well as increase refugee flows. But for Tajikistan in particular, support of the ethnic Tajiks who make up the Afghan resistance and have long faced discrimination, is non-negotiable. “The whole weight of the negative consequences of the international coalition departure is falling on the shoulders of the neighbouring countries,” said Tajikistan’s president Emomali Rahmon, referring to the US withdrawal last month of its final troops from Afghanistan, ending its 20-year war there. “If we leave the situation without attention there is a risk of the 2001 situation repeating,” he said, referring to the 9/11 terror attacks in America that precipitated the US involvement in Afghanistan. The history of the two countries has long been intertwined, with several hundred thousand Tajiks – the second-largest ethnic group in Afghanistan – having sought refuge there during its 1990s civil war. In a sign of Rahmon’s close ties with resistance leaders, he this month awarded Massoud’s father Tajikistan’s highest honour for his support during the Tajik civil war. Rahmon had supported the opposition Northern Alliance, led by Massoud during the Taliban’s rule in the 1990s. Speaking on condition of anonymity, a western diplomat in the region said Rahmon could use the Taliban threat to bolster his domestic support and as “a pretext for a further crackdown on the opposition” and the introduction of more counter-terrorism measures. Resistance The ousted Afghan government and the resistance, which is fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan’s Panjsher province, are using the Tajikistan capital of Dushanbe as a base to plan their next steps. “We plan to announce formal resistance to the Taliban within a month,” said Pedram, who has a $200,000 Taliban bounty on his head. He and his wife, journalist turned politician Fereshta Hazrati, the cousin of late Ahmad Shah Massoud, lead the resistance council. Given the Taliban’s reluctance to engage in talks on a federal government, they have no choice but to engage in war, Pedram said. “Either we accept the Islamist state or we resist. Nothing is more important to us than freedom. We cannot afford to live in the circumstances we have under the Islamist state,” he said. Support for the resistance will grow once it gains momentum, he said. While it is so far only financed by wealthy Afghans, it hopes to gain more backing from Russia, the traditional guarantor of security in central Asia. “We want good relations with all the countries in the region. But of all of them Russia has the most power, no doubt,” he said. Pedram said the resistance had “very good” contacts with Moscow “beyond the ministerial level” and Rahmon, in power since the collapse of the Soviet Union, is expected to push the resistance’s case with President Vladimir Putin in a forthcoming visit. But Temur Umarov, a Central Asia expert at the Carnegie Moscow Centre, doubts the resistance can rely on support from Moscow. “Russia understands that the most likely scenario for Afghanistan’s future is one where the Taliban plays the key role there whereas the resistance forces are no longer able to take the power back even in some provinces,” said Umarov. Still, members of the resistance argue that Afghan resources such as copper, lithium, iron and aluminium offer Moscow an incentive. “It’s also an economic war. The Russians don’t help us for the sake of God, but they will help us for the economy,” Pedram said. While the broader resistance is beset by infighting, with Pedram and Massoud reluctant to work with Saleh, they are united on the need for global support. Mohammad Zahir Aghbar, Afghanistan’s ambassador to Tajikistan from the former government and now considered Saleh’s deputy, said: “We don’t want a couple of countries to support us, we want the international community to support us. Because it’s international terrorism we are talking about here and it threatens the whole world.” It seems that the world is beginning to register the humanitarian crisis following the forceful capture of Afghanistan by the terroris Taliban group sponsored by Qatar and its allies. Just within 1 month since the capture of Kabul the Taliban have committed numerous war crimes and crimes against humanity in all of Afghanistan, especially in Daikundi against Hazara, in Panjsher against Tajik, and in Kandahar against opposing Pashtun tribes. Not to mention beating women and banning women from working and education.
  11. News from Afghanistan: 1) Yesterday a terrorist centre for handling with explosives was officially opened in Badakhshan by the Taliban. This will reestablish Afghanistan as a terrorist export nation. A unit has been sent to Takhar on the border with Tajikistan, which has so far been the only outspoken opponent to Taliban. There is a probability that Taliban might start a world war, as Tajikistan is allied to Russia. 2) Today four "kidnappers" were hanged in public in Herat. No one can verify, if those were real kidnappers, as Taliban don't admit that they execute their opponens. It is also a symbolic act, as this shows that the Taliban can do whatever they want, and this without a fair trial, which there clearly wasn't. The translation of a comment by Dr. Amin Ahmadi, one of the scientific and intellectual elites of Afghanistan on the recent atrocities of Taliban: The Taliban are isolating themselves and Afghanistan The more the Taliban deprive women, tribes, and ordinary citizens of power, public space, and access to opportunities, and puts pressure on the country's Hazara and Shiite communities, the more they isolate Afghanistan and increase the risk of war. The fundamental problem lies with the Taliban. The Taliban's intellectual apparatus for governance and state-building has resulted in nothing but suffering for themselves and the people of Afghanistan. Taliban's solution does not even work to fight theft and kidnapping, let alone solve other problems. The simplistic Taliban think that the best and most effective way to fight crime is to enforce boundaries, be it even through amputation (of limbs). Research has shown that intimidation is not an effective way to prevent organized crime and professional criminals. Through its actions both nationally and internationally, the Taliban have exposed their thinking and we can learn from that socially and politically until a true social peace becomes reality. 3) A video from 12 days ago has been published today on the media, as there is no immediate internet connection there for obvious reasons. It shows one of the military leaders of the resistance against the Taliban, Saleh Muhammad Rigestani, a former Afghan commander who is leading one part of the resistance. Surprisingly he is sitting next to a dog on a mountainous place 4500 metres/15000 feet above ground. He says that this dog despite its age and tiredness has stayed loyal to him. This could mean that some (old) people might have left the resistance. The quality is very low. But watch yourselves, if you are interested: https://youtu.be/frEgU99_Eh0
  12. One of my previous posts was about expelling Shia Afghans from their homes. This has already started in the past days. Shias of Kandahar, Lashkar Gah, Daikundi and other places were forced by Taliban to leave their homes. They were not allowed to take their property or money with them. The following picture is from Daikundi:
  13. The Panjsher resistance is not connected to the CIA as this article claims and has never been. Rather it is the other side, Taliban, ISIS etc. connected to foreign intelligence. The reasons are obvious. If Panjsher were with CIA, they wouldn’t use weapons from the time of Afghan-Soviet, which can be seen on videos which even the Taliban post, whereas the USA had left its most advanced weapons for the Taliban. Furthermore the Taliban have their lobbying groups in the USA and elsewhere. One of them is Zalmay Khalilzad, a US-Pashtun. In the following video there is a thorough analysis on why the USA left Afghanistan for the Taliban and how it gave its ok to Pakistan to attack Panjsher via its air force: https://youtu.be/QHfKKcGixak In it the speaker gives details on how a new front against Iran is being built. There is also an audio record online of Siraj ud-din Haqqani, the Taliban interior minister, in which he attacks Shia faith, the Shia concept of Imam Mahdi and Shia personalities like al-Majlisi and al-Kuleini. He uses insults, which is why I don‘t post it here. You can consider that audio record a war declaration on Shia Muslims and Shia Islam by the Taliban from Haqqani. Also Taliban speaker "Mujahid" has announced that the new Afghan law will be based on Hanafi Fiqh, which means that Ja'fari Fiqh will have no role in Afghanistan under Taliban, despite the fact that Afghanistan has a significant number of Shia population. The Hazaras, Tajik, Uzbak are seeing that day by day their rights under the Taliban are disregarded and the more time passes the more the mask of the Taliban is removed. At the end of this game there will be no more Hazara, Tajik, Uzbak left in Afghanistan, if everything goes well according to the plans of Pashtun Taliban and their masters.
  14. Hazaras are quite capable people in terms of education and agriculture etc. The big mistake of Afghans so far has been to rely upon the help of other nations when it came to military self-defense. Now they recognized that all nations East and West, Muslim and non-Muslim abandoned them to the Taliban. You can be capable as much as your want but if sone goons come and steal from you what you have earned then you have to defend yourself. There is still hope as people outside of Afghanistan are building up pressure and reorganize the Afghan resistance: while inside Afghanistan armed resistance against Taliban is getting stronger (video from yesterday): And noone and no country needs politicians who steal people’s money but when they have to fight, they flee the country, like former governor of Balkh (Mazar), Atta Muhammad Noor and his likes and others have to do the fighting for them. And when the country becomes peaceful again they return.
  15. The problem of Muslim countries is that they prefer social class and ethnicity over qualificaton. The West doesn't have good politicians. But they have good laws. People are not prevented from working. Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim all are allowed to work according to their qualifications more or less. But in many Muslim countries people are prevented from practicing a qualified job. Look, someone asked me here why I quoted from non-Muslim human rights organization. Where is a Muslim human rights organization or source, which I can quote? Taliban ask the same unbelievers/USA, which they threaten to fight, to help them, because they aren't capable to govern. But if they are incapable to govern, why don't they step down? Meanwhile Afghan women protest against Taliban law which prevents them from work. And the West will help Taliban financially without questioning theit way of governance. And without questioning the way they came to power by force and terrorism, killing thousands of Afghans in recent months and many more throughout all the years.
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