The Nato's Killings In Afghanistan: Is
This Not Terrorism?
27 Feb 2012
By Al-Ikhwah Al-Mujahidun
A few days ago during the indiscriminate
bombardment and assaults of the invaders inside Kapisa,
Nangarhar and Ghazni provinces impeccable children
were martyred. Pictures of these aggrieved lovely
children were published in some international media
which enrages every human being. Whereas in the last
week, in a report of the United Nations, 77% blame of
the civilian casualties is put on the Mujahideen of
the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and the external
occupiers are almost acquitted.
Undoubtedly the invaders will turn their eyes blind on
these crimes. The executers will neither be trialed
nor punished. The question is if someone claims
serving democracy, whether this hollow claim is enough
for the permission of shedding the blood of the
delicate children and white bearded people, the
destruction of houses and villages and the wiping of
orchards and crops? Whether the entire world should
support and assist it; or is there some other loftier
humane criterion for it?
Whether the international organizations and
institutions consider the inhabitants of the Europe
and America as human beings and the blood of the
remaining people of the world is valueless for them?
If this is not the case, why the United Nations human
rights organizations are muted for so long?
In the past the Afghans have neither gone to
Washington to divest their national autonomy nor to
London, rather have the invaders from London, Moscow
and Washington taken away our sovereignty and
humiliated our religious values.
Surprisingly on one hand in these European countries
and America the people insisting and fighting against
the foreign invaders are commemorated as national
heroes and their anniversaries are celebrated with
great pomp and show, on the other side here the
freedom fighters are called terrorists!!!
Who is a terrorist and who is not, everyone
In the same way it is a pity that the original
offspring of the beloved country are passing their
days and nights full of torment and vexation in Bagram
and some other countries' jails by this very name.
They are tortured and martyred contrary to all the
declarations of human rights, just because they are
not ready to yield to alien occupation. We ask them
what you will do, if your sovereignty is on stake.
Whether you will consider your freedom struggle and
religious values elevation as a crime?
We would like to tell the patriot Afghans and the
people of the world that the wayfarers of the present
Jihad are the champions of the day and the celebrities
of the history. Do not let that these celebrities are
tortured and martyred under the disagreeable name of
terrorism. It is the Islamic, national and human
responsibility of all (Afghans and other freedom and
peace loving people of the world) to raise voice in