War Crimes Of Foreign Invaders And Their Internal Stooge Forces -- April (2015)
04 May 2015
By Al-Ikhwah Al-Mujahidun
On 5th April, the local policemen opened fire on a civilian corolla model car
near the center of ‘Acheen' district in ‘Nangarhar' province in which two
ordinary people were martyred and another one was badly wounded.
On 7th April, two villagers were wounded and another one was martyred in the
indiscriminate firing of the notorious Arbaki militiamen in ‘Pirkoti' area of
‘Urgun' district in ‘Paktika' province.
On 8th April, an ordinary civilian was martyred in the mortal shelling of
internal stooge forces in ‘Kamtala' area of ‘Nari' district in ‘Konar'
On 12th April, an innocent civilian was martyred and six others were wounded
in the mortal shelling of the internal stooge soldiers in ‘Hassan-Khail' area
of ‘Ahmad-Khail' district in ‘Paktia' province.
On the basis of a report published on 14th April by the ‘Afghan Islamic News
Agency', a fierce fighting took place in the suburbs of ‘Tagaab' district of
‘Kapisa' province between Taliban and the government forces. During this
fighting, a mortal shell of the government forces hit a house in which
fifteen civilians were killed and wounded. In this incident four children,
two women and two men were martyred and seven other civilians were wounded.
The reported added that this house belonged to a villager ‘Samiullah', the
dweller of ‘Sinzo' area and all the victims belonged to one and the same
On 15th April, a woman was martyred and three children were wounded in the
indiscriminate firing of the internal soldiers in ‘Garm Aaba Bazaar' of
‘Zailala' area in ‘Charkh' district of ‘Logar' province.
On 21st April, two ordinary civilians, one of them insane, were incarcerated
and taken away by the internal forces during military operations in the
suburbs of ‘Shahr-i-Safa' district of ‘Zabul' province.
On 23rd April, five women and children were wounded and another woman was
martyred in the heavy firing of internal stooge soldiers in ‘Marjan' village
of ‘Dai-Chopaan' district of ‘Zabul' province.
On 24th April, three tribal chieftains (named Mulla Abdulla, Haji Aziz Khan
and Ali Haider Khan) were driven away and then blown in a landmine blast by
the notorious Arbaki militiamen in ‘Pati-Khail' area of ‘Shah-Joi' district
in ‘Zabul' province.
On 25th April, a ten years old boy was brutally martyred by the internal
soldiers in the revenge of a local official who was killed in ‘Jamal-Khail'
area of ‘Shah-Joi' district in ‘Zabul' province. Similarly, a woman and two
other children were wounded in the mortar shelling of the internal forces in
‘Shash-Gao' area of this province.
On 26th April, two civilians were incarcerated by the internal forces during
a raid on a village named ‘Spina-Ghundai' (i.e. white mound) in the suburbs
of ‘Qalat' city, the capital of ‘Zabul' province.
On 27th April, media reported that heavy losses were inflicted on the
civilian people in the military operations called ‘Khanjar' (i.e. Dagger),
launched by the internal forces in ‘Maquar', ‘Gilaan', and ‘Nawa' districts
of ‘Ghazni' province. The report added that women, children and aged people
were forced out of their homes by the local policemen and Arbaki militiamen.
Their valuables were looted and their houses were demolished. According to
the local eye-witnesses, tens of civilian houses were destroyed in these
operations and the civilian people were driven out of their dwelling area for
having links with Taliban.
On 28th April, after a fierce fighting with Taliban in ‘Nahr-i-Siraj' area of
‘Grishk' district in ‘Helmand' provine, the internal forces opened
indiscriminate mortar shelling in the area in which six ordinary people were
On 29th April, two women and two children were wounded in the mortar shelling
of the internal forces in ‘Khani' village of ‘Shilgar' district in ‘Ghazni'
On 30th April, six civilians including women and children were wounded and
several houses were heavily damaged in the brutal bombardment of the foreign
invading forces in ‘Kaltipa' area of ‘Imaam Sahib' district in ‘Kunduz'
Sources: (BBC, Radio Liberty, Afghan Islamic News Agency, Pazwak,
Khabaryal website, Larawbar, Nunn.Asia and Benawa websites.)