Obama Used the Cover of Night for His Flying Visit?
03 April 2010
By Al-Ikhwah Al-Mujahidun
By making a 6-hour unannounced trip to Afghanistan
last night, Obama proved that his military strategy
and surge of 30,000 troops, his morale-boosting
propaganda, all have failed to make a dent.
The Mujahideen have further driven the enemy into
the corner, to the extent that now he is not able to
visit Afghanistan in the light of the day.
He comes during the night and hurries back in the
darkness, ironically acting like a thief.
Similarly, the brief speech of Obama to American
soldiers in a military base, being dotted with his
low-pitched and jittery-fraught voice was
demonstrating the scope of the American military's
fear and mistrust in Afghanistan.
There was no word in Obama's speech, indicating any
military achievement or at least giving good news to
troops to boost their morale.
Obama admitted in clear terms that their enemy
(Taliban) were a determined and resolute opponent.
However, he claimed that they would not defeat the
Obama's admission that the Taliban are a determined
force, in fact, exposes the invading Americans
acknowledgement of the fact that the Taliban are
waging an unflinching struggle with unwavering
During the past nine years, the invaders have not
been able to force Taliban to retreat from any given
small area a or a village of any mention despite the
invading American resorting to committing brutalities
and using all military power at their disposal.
If they had any spectacular achievement or any
tangible results, particularly, in the recent
operations of Marjah, he would have refereed to them
in his speech, to put them on display in front of his
On the other hand, Obama's visit to Afghanistan in
the darkness of evening and even not informing Hamid
Karzai, the Head of the Kabul puppet administration
until he was in a helicopter on his way to the Afghan
presidential palace for a 25-minutes long meeting with
the surrogate, shows how arrogantly the Americans
behave with their henchmen.
The surrogates may obediently betray their
religion, honor and conscience but still they would
not obtain pleasure of their masters-- who are not
ready to consider them an entity of any stature to