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  1. Afghans chasing down Pashtun Hamdullah Moheb, former deputy chief of staff to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, on the streets of London while shopping in exclusive shops and being protected by security guards. The man chasing Moheb asks him how his new luxury mansion is:
  2. Is that the beginning of end of Taliban? An article by the Diplomat: As the World Looks Away, Violence Is on the Rise Again in Afghanistan New data on violent trends in Afghanistan shows a marked shift in terrorism and violence toward women, journalists, and educators under Taliban rule. By Habib Khan Totakhil and Justine Fleischner May 11, 2022 Afghanistan may have fallen out of international headlines, but violent trends are once again on the rise. Our team at Afghan Peace Watch (APW), alongside colleagues at the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED), have been tracking violent trends based on hundreds of incident reports recorded between September 2021 and March 2022. The report, Tracking Disorder During Taliban Rule in Afghanistan, provides one of the only comprehensive data-backed glimpses into the changing threat environment, based on 238 sources in all 34 provinces of Afghanistan. The data is clear: While violence overall has decreased from the height of armed clashes between former Afghan government forces and the Taliban between May and August 2021, there has been a marked shift in violence against women, journalists, and educators that was simply not there under the previous government’s rule. Women have been forced to cover their faces and all but forbidden from public space. The Islamic State affiliate in Afghanistan (ISKP) has launched several high-profile terrorist attacks, fueling ethnic and religious tensions. Other trends in the data reveal a worrying rise in violence against former Afghan government forces, recently confirmed by the New York Times, and intense infighting between various Taliban factions and interests. These factors present significant risks for renewed conflict in Afghanistan and the region, and underscore two important points. First, it is critical to continue data collection efforts despite the risks in order to accurately and independently assess violent trends under Taliban rule. Second, tracking trends on terrorist threats in Afghanistan may provide one of the only sources of credible information on resurgent terrorist activity, particularly transnational terrorist groups that already have an established foothold in the region, such as al-Qaida, the Pakistani Taliban (TTP), and Central Asian terrorist groups. During the reporting period, APW recorded hundreds of incidents related to bombings, assassinations, abductions, and other forms of violence perpetrated by the Taliban and other terrorist groups. Using its exhaustive local networks and social media monitoring, APW is also working to map the leadership and interlinkages between these terrorist groups as they swap loyalties and engage in intense infighting, leading to new terrorist agendas and greater risks for the entire region. Between August 2021 and March 2022, APW and ACLED recorded 33 incidents of Taliban infighting. Highly successful efforts made by the Taliban during their campaign last year to co-opt key actors in the north and other non-traditional Taliban strongholds seem particularly tenuous now, as there are inadequate spoils of war to placate these actors and their patronage networks. The Taliban government has coalesced around its real centers of gravity — the southern Kandahari leadership, the notorious eastern Haqqani network, and the emerging Ghazni-led intelligence apparatus — leaving little space for other ethnic and minority groups. In the last few months alone, at least six new armed opposition groups have been announced opposing Taliban rule, many made up of former Afghan security forces (ANDSF) left behind and continually targeted for retribution by the Taliban, despite the general amnesty announced last year. While the National Resistance Front (NRF) was the first group to engage in armed resistance against the Taliban under the leadership of the son of Ahmad Shah Massoud in Panjshir, several former ANDSF groups have also been more recently announced, including the Afghanistan Freedom Front (AFF) and the Pashtun-led Afghanistan Liberation Movement (ALM), demonstrating wide ranging and multiethnic opposition to the Taliban, including from within the Pashtun majority. Between Taliban infighting, the plethora of emerging armed opposition groups, and the ever-changing terrorist landscape, violence in Afghanistan is set to rise with the fast-approaching summer fighting season. As the Taliban fail to placate their rank and file, or deliver on basic governance, the façade of a strong and united Taliban that governed effectively from the shadows is likely to dissipate. The reduction in violence visible in the data between September and December last year, interpreted by some as implicit evidence of local support for the Taliban, may be short lived. Afghanistan fatigue remains high among international donors as fraught evacuation efforts and an impasse over girls’ access to education continue to dominate diplomatic overtures to the Taliban. The horrific events unfolding in Ukraine, which pose a direct and immediate threat to NATO, have also, understandably, diverted attention away from Afghanistan. But just like the U.S. invasion of Iraq, and the collapse of the Soviet Union before that, history suggests that when the international community abandons Afghanistan, violence and extremism tend to simmer before they explode onto the international stage. The question now is has the international community learned its lesson or are we doomed to repeat the same mistake in Afghanistan again?
  3. As I stated above, the Taliban are getting their punishment at the moment and dozens of them have been killed in the past days in the northern part of Afghanistan in the past days. But before I go to that topic, I want to mention some other issues as well. 1) Whitewashing of the Taliban by the media. Why is it that a "former" terrorist organization has become so clean now? When Shia and Sufi Sunni Afghans have been killed during attacks by terrorist attacks during month of Ramadan 2022, media pointed on ISIS. Why ISIS, only because ISIS took responsibility on its media Amaq? Is Amaq that reliable? The hatred of Taliban, and those who control the Taliban, for Shia is very well-known. Has any news channel visited Afghanistan, went on scene to research the background of who was behind the attacks? If no, then why whitewashing the Taliban? 2) Taliban are well-known for their hatred against Hazara, and once they are finished with Panjsher, God for bid, their next step will be to eliminate Shia and Hazara from Afghanistan. Just today news were published that: "The sources, who did not want to be named for security reasons, said that the Taliban had recently arrested, tortured and extorted large sums of money from residents of Hesa-e-Awal and Markaz-e-Behsud districts." Those districts are Shia districts at the outskirts of Kabul. 3) The last and main part is the fight in Panjsher and Andarab. The Taliban are about to losing northern Afghanistan completely and have sent a large number of new troops, more than 5000 Taliban members acoording to sources, to gain back control. Again, among them are foreign soldiers, many of whom are Pakistani. And while those pro-Taliban fighters get killed the Taliban perpetuate abhorrent crimes against Panjsheri citizens, torturing and killing women, children, old and young men. I apologize to the Pakistani people who truly follow the teachings of Ahl ul-Bayt ("don't oppress") to write the following. But Pakistani mothers and fathers whose children go to Afghanistan to fight side on side with Taliban to kill Afghanistan's citizens should be ashamed of their children. Pakistani politicians should get the hell out of Afghanistan or God willing they will regret their mischief soon.
  4. Another bloody week has passed for Afghanistan's Shia and Sunni civilians. 5 Shia people were killed n Tuesday in the outskirts of Mazar-i-Sharif by terrorists while their hands were tied up. One man could survive and flee later because the terrorists thought he was dead. He later told that the attackers used US M16 weapons. This is what happens when the USA leaves military equipment worth $7 billion to terrorist groups: 11 Shia people were killed in bomb attacks on buses in Mazar-i-Sharif on Thursday evening: The latest attack was on Friday killing scores of Sunnis in Kabul: These are just reports on major attacks and don’t mention the daily sufferings and killings of people in Afghanistan.
  5. Reports say that a terrorist attack on the oldest Shia mosque in Mazar-i-Sharif alone has killed at least 30 to 50 Shia worshippers on Thursday. https://en.shafaqna.com/261411/afghanistan-at-least-20-killed-in-shia-mosque-blast/
  6. @Meedy You can ask mods to change topic title. @Ashvazdanghe When I say don’t fall for propaganda, it is because I have experience with Arab Wahabi and Pashtun propaganda, as can be seen in the following Arab nasheed video praising the Wahabi Pashtun Taliban While this is one Haqqani Taliban leader caught by opposing Taliban while partying: Not that he was punished. He was relesed and traveled to Abu Dhabi afterwards.
  7. @AbdusSibtayn Dude, don’t get me wrong. I don’t want to ignore you but I don’t have time to read your long essays here every time you reply and don’t want to answer them again and again. You seem to have an obsession with Massoud. I do neither care for Massoud, nor for Mazari. Both were Afghan politicians of the past and quite irrelevant for today’s Afghanistan. You on the other hand are inclined on cursing Massoud and praising Mazari. I leave it that way. WaSalam.
  8. I already expected that you would give a fully emotional and personal reply, while I commented without attacking you personally. Let me break your comment down into parts and answer them one by one (your comments in bold), although all my responses are already in my previous post: The Afshar massacre and mass rape that his men committed with Sayyaf's men? Obviously you have heard some names. So you know that Sayyaf wasn't Massoud right? Obviously, you know that prior to Sayyaf's attacks Baba Mazari bombarded Kabul and massacred people, as a Shia, right? I didn't want to go that deep because I respect people of the past, except for most Pashtun leaders. Because the Afshar massacre was covered by the UN agencies, it is a false flag theory to discredit Massoud? No, because prior to Afshar massacre was Kabul massacre by Mazari and his men. You can’t talk about one massacre and leave out the other side. At least mention both, if you are truly Shia. I am neither pro-Taliban, nor Wahhabi, nor even Sunni, nor 'pro-Pashtun' (whatever that means), nor even Pashtun, nor do i have any reason to be any of these things. You probably have nothing to do with Afghanistan and are a simple Shia, seeing your task in defending Afghan Shia. But you use the wrong means and methods. By attacking and sending La'n on Massoud you attack/insult thousands, if not millions of Afghan Shias who are with Massoud. Let alone that you send La'n on someone you have only information about through some biased people/media. Are you aware of that or do you even care at all? Or do you only consider yourself as victim when you are disproved? You have branded me a Taliban sympathizer, Wahhabi agent- provocateur and Pashtun chauvinist with perfect ease... Where exactly? Because you spread the same information they spread? Because you obviously don’t know about the hidden agenda of intelligence and don’t even care about it? Because the UN agencies have filed concocted charges against Baba Mazari (of which you present no proof), their accusations against Massoud must also necessarily be false? Are you even serious about that? You need proof? Give in the name of Mazari on the web and make a quick search, just a quick search. Same goes for Massoud. You want help? I love these Shia who want to help Shia. You know what, I am never asked if I am Shia or not, but what my origin is from and where I was born. And if I say Shia, which I am alhamdulillah no one cares, not even Sunnis care anymore. That's the world nowadays. Afghans have a serious problem with Pashtun leaders and Pashtun tribalism/Pashtunwali. If you don't have any problems with that, I am happy for you. But it is non-Pashtun and Pashtun Afghans who have to suffer because of Pashtun/Afghan tribalism. They need to get rid of that cancer. Ahmad Shah Massoud was killed through a Wahabi Taliban terrorist attack more than 20 years ago. Afghans need to get rid of their sufferings caused by Pashtunwali and Pashtun leaders. And they sure don't need the help of people with this kind of attitude shown by you on this topic. Otherwise AFGHANS wouldn't be in this state, as they are today.
  9. This is a blatant lie and a good propaganda against anti-Taliban forces by his enemies, and foreign intelligence. Ahmad Shah Massoud was not an anti-Shia Afghan. He was a moderate Mujahid leader and had both Shia allies and Shia enemies. People who are not Afghan or not familiar with Afghan history should not talk about Afghanistan. Wahabi Pashtuns hate him and are happy that they can fool some Shias to hate him, too. Go and ask some average Pashtuns outside of Afghanistan what he/she thinks about Ahmad Shah Massoud, let alone the Taliban who kill young Afghans for even having Massoud's picture on their cell phones. It is because Massoud was the staunchest enemy of the Taliban and sectarianism in Afghanistan. When I mentioned Afghani people not being united in this post, it's because of these fitna, which is spread to divide Afghans, even Shia Afghans, and thus control Afghanistan. Afghans should avoid being gullible for wrong information and propaganda and should ask themselves the question "who is the common enemy right now?". God gives you a sign and the sign of today is that Afghans are in the worst condition ever in history because of this living in the past and blame games. Will they continue with this living in past and blame games like the West pushes them to, instead of looking into the future? Where is UN when Taliban and Pashtuns commit crimes against humanity and war crimes in Afghanistan? But it is the same UN and human rights organizations which have file suits against both Tajik Ahmad Shah Massoud and Hazara Baba Mazari for crimes against humanity and war crimes. How can you explain that Afghans are fighting in Ukraine war on US side but not in Afghanistan war, likely former Afghan special forces about whom Joe Biden said that Afghans don't want to fight? Pro-Taliban and pro Pashtun agents love to spread fitna to divide and conquer Afghanistan, which they have done successfully so far. But it was again the Taliban who killed Baba Mazari when Mazari went to them to talk with them against the advice of fellow Shia who were Ahmad Shah Massoud's allies then. Taliban didn't just shoot or hang him, they tortured Mazari and skinned him, while he was alive.
  10. Heavy fights and the beginning of liberation of north Afghanistan from Wahabi Taliban by Afghan resistance:
  11. You have already disqualified yourself when you have given this reply in a previous post on this same topic implying that Afghans are uncivilized and should have been civilized by communists. It seems that you have no clue about Afghanistan and didn’t even bother to watch the video about the different ethnicities who are present in Afghanistan or get proper information from somewhere else. One thing is lack of knowledge, which you clearly seem to have concerning Afghanistan. Being unknowing concerning a certain topic is not a shame. But the other thing is not being ready to learn in order to close your knowledge gap and then even trying to sound smart. I don't remember you giving that immature comments more than 15 years ago when I sometimes commented on SC back then. Anyways, Afghans in general are not uncivilized but simple people. Afghanistan didn’t produce many intellectuals. But before all these wars were imposed upon the people of Afghanistan, Afghanistan, or East Khorasan then, produced people like Jalal ad-Din Rumi, Ibn Sina (Balkhi), Abu Nasr al-Farabi, Sayed Jamal ad-Din al-Afghani (who was a Shia Sayed from Afghanistan and a great Muslim thinker of the 19th century) and some others. Afghanistan has been in several wars for more than 40 years now. Do you think that any nation can develop itself despite a war going on for decades? And despite of all those wars, a few other highly influential people happened to come from Afghanistan. Shia and Sunni Arabs in Syria seemed to not bother about Afghan Shia scholar Sayed Abu al-Hasan Fadhil being uncivilized when they prayed behind him in congregational prayers: Two of the most famous Shia scholars of 20th and 21st centuries happened to be Afghans, namely late Grand Ayatullah Mohseni from Kandahar and Grand Ayatullah Fayadh from Ghazni. That might be your opinion. But again, I call your arguments immature, as you seem to not be interested in facts and don't even bother to inform yourself. There is countless of material of even anti-Western writers, intellectuals and publishers who have given much credit to Afghan guerrilla fighters like Ahmad Shah Massoud against USSR. Even commanders of the USSR later reported that it was impossible to beat him. His enemies couldn’t eliminate him on the battle field, which is why he was killed by two Wahabi Arab suicide attackers on behalf of Taliban on 9 Sept. 2001. You can guess why he was killed by Pashtuns just before Afghanistan was attacked by the USA. Afghans, the different peoples living inside of Afghanistan, have their own faults, one of which is disunity. Another problem of Afghans is that they continuously have had Pashtun leaders who sold out Afghanistan to one or another power. It is because they don't identify themselves with the rest of Afghanistan's population which is Farsi speaking, and belong to Hazara, Uzbek or Tajik. So one solution would be dividing Afghanistan into two parts like Sudan and South Sudan have been, one consisting of Farsi-speaking Afghans, the other consisting of Pashtuns bordering Pakistan. The fights in the non-Pashtun northern part of Afghanistan have resumed and by the end of the year those areas will be independent from the Pashtun Wahabi Taliban, God willing. Some of the fighters like Khair Muhammad Andarabi and General Shuja' have already liberated Andarab province from the Taliban.
  12. Do this in a country where a totalitarian regime rules, like in Afghanistan, and you will see what will happen.
  13. Afghanistan's overnight takeover by Pashtuns was obviously a rigged action by former Pashtun President Ashraf Ghani and other Pashtun politicians. Most recently special envoy of Ghani, Abdul Salam Rahimi, met acting Taliban minister, Amir Khan Mottaqi. Abdul Salam Rahimi, Ashraf Ghani's special envoy for peace affairs in Afghanistan, met with the acting foreign minister, Amir Khan Mottaqi, after returning to Afghanistan. Abdul Salam Rahimi was the Minister of State for Peace during Ghani's rule, and in the last months of the government he was named by Ghani as Special Representative for Peace. He left the country with the fall of the regime and has now returned.
  14. To all people who are unfamiliar with Afghanistan but are interested to know more, especially about its war history and its people, I recommend the following YT-videos for you to watch: 1) The Soviet-Afghan war (called first Afghan war) between 1979 to 1989 by YT channel 'Kings & Generals' (20 minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAMBVPRQHfw&t=678s2) A lecture on the Taliban, their tribe/ethnicity and their racism towards other ethnicities, namely Uzbeks, Tajiks and Hazara (45 minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WF3Rkt42wPY&t=1544s 3) Two 15 minutes videos documenting the first Afghan war und who truly resisted/fought (it weren't the Taliban or the Pashtun even): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZI1AIggBl0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XX56h7dStqw
  15. Afghan NRF (Afghan National Resistance Front) announces the beginning of large-scale operations against Wahabi Taliban.
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