American Colonialist Agenda In Afghanistan: Sleep
Deprivation - Evil
21 April 2010
By Al-Ikhwah Al-Mujahidun
In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most
The current war in Afghanistan is in all its shapes
and manifestations a liberation struggle by indigenous
people against foreign invaders and their internal
surrogates. The Afghans have proved their mettle as a
free and independent people throughout their history
by never bowing to foreign aggressions. Though America
paints this war as a fight against terrorism but in
fact it is a colonialist slogan by Washington, aimed
at extending its own tentacle over Asia and, by
extension, all over the world.
In 1992, when the former Afghan president
Najibulla’s regime fell, the Americans embarked on a
colonialist policy, indirectly encouraging domestic
war in Afghanistan. On the one hand, they stopped the
annual assistance to the Afghans in the shape of
humanitarian relief and weapons to the tune of $600
million which they used to give to the Afghan
Mujahideen and refugees but on the other hand they
insisted on inclusion of the remains of the former
communists of Halq and Parcham in the new
dispensation. They called it a broad-based set-up.
Washington also did not insist on dissolution of some
notorious militia groups of the Najibulla regime like
Dostum militia, General Momin, Babajan and Naderi
These militias had key role in turning Afghanistan
into bloodbath and perpetrating atrocities, killing
and looting innocent people and committing crimes that
were unprecedented in the Afghan history. They should
have helped to bring these criminal to justice but
instead of supporting a clean, independent, efficient
government in Kabul, Washington indirectly ignited the
flames of war.
Pentagon strategist wanted to discredit the
Mujahideen, weaken their manpower as a result of a war
of attrition and get rid of the weapons that had
amassed from the previous years. They began to call
Mujahideen as warlords while previously they preferred
to call them as freedom fighters. They provoked some
unscrupulous elements inside the former Mujahideen
groups to commit some heinous crimes against their own
people because Washington believed it would end
people’s enchantment with an Islamic government in
In 1994, the Taliban Islamic Movement emerged to
foil the American conspiracy and establish an Islamic
government in the country. But Washington tended from
day one to oppose the young Islamic government, until
in October 2001 when America attacked Afghanistan
under the spurious pretext of fighting terrorism.
Now we are in the ninth year of the war. Washington
is still repeating the same hackneyed clichés of
fighting terrorism, though it has lost its initial
splendor. Throughout this period, Americans committed
the worst kind of human rights violations in Bagram,
Kandahar and Abu Gharib jails. They have tortured and
killed many innocent prisoners in various secret cells
of interrogations inside their military bases in
Afghanistan which are run by CIA and special operation
forces, bulldozing the dead bodies under the ground.
Now after almost one decade, many observers in the
world have come round to believe that the American war
in Afghanistan is not aimed at fighting terrorism as
they claims but rather they want to:
1. Use Afghanistan as an outpost to
destabilize and carry out a regime change in the
2. To control central Asian natural resources
by bringing to power pro-western elements in these
countries of the former Soviet republics.
3. To change the regime in Iran by
supporting anti-government forces in Iran, financially
politically and militarily. To spark off racial and
sectarians violence in that country. To disintegrate
and destabilize Pakistan. To pave the way and ignite
vast demonstrations in China through Faulong movement
to destabilize that country; to monitor China internal
politics and military arsenal by installing electronic
equipment in Minhas base in Kyrgyzstan and in Marja
Helmand province, Afghanistan to monitor Iran’s
4. To make alliance with the so-called big
democracy i.e. India against China and Pakistan.
American has already given green signal to New Delhi
to ramp up its activities in Baluchistan by working
closely with Baluchistan Liberation Army.
5. To create utopian fear among the
establishment echelon in Islamabad by launching the
Talibanization propaganda, encouraging them to support
the so-called war on terror. However, the Islamic
Emirate of Afghanistan has made it clear time and time
that it will not interfere in the internal affairs of
any country and believe in the peaceful co-existence
of countries with different social systems. Until and
unless Washington achieves those goals, it will always
say it is not right time to withdraw from Afghanistan
peacefully or seek peace talks with Taliban. Future
developments will unravel this.
Barbaric! Americans In Foreign Country Dare To
Torture Its People
Meanwhile, Afghan prisoners are being
tortured in a "secret jail" at Bagram airbase,
according to nine witnesses whose stories the BBC has
The abuses are all said to have taken place since US
President Barack Obama was elected, promising to end
The US military has denied the existence of a secret
detention site and promised to look into allegations.
Bagram was the site of a controversial
jail holding hundreds of inmates, who have now been
moved to another complex.
The old prison was notorious for allegations of
prisoner torture and abuse.
But witnesses told the BBC in
interviews or written testimony that abuses continue
in a hidden facility.
"They call it the Black Hole,"
said Sher Agha who spent six days in the facility last
"When they released us they told us we should not
tell our stories to outsiders because that will harm
Sher Agha and others we interviewed complained their
cells were very cold.
"When I wanted to sleep and started
shivering with cold I started reciting the holy Qur'an,"
But sleep, according to the prisoners interviewed, is
deliberately prevented in this detention site.
"I could not sleep, nobody could sleep
because there was a machine that was making noise,"
said Mirwais, who said he was held in the secret jail
for 24 days.
"There was a small camera in my cell,
and if you were sleeping they'd come in and disturb
you," he added.
The prisoners, who were interviewed
separately, all told very similar stories. Most of
them said they had been beaten by American soldiers at
the point of arrest before being taken to the prison.
Mirwais had half a row of teeth
missing, which he said was from being struck with the
butt of a gun by an American soldier.
No-one said they were visited by the
International Committee of the Red Cross during their
detention at the site, and they all said that their
families did not know where they were.
In the small concrete cells, the
prisoners said, a light was on all the time. They said
they could not tell if it was night or day and
described this as very disturbing.
Mirwais said he was made to dance to
music by American soldiers every time he wanted to use
The ex-prisoners said they were
imprisoned at the secret jail before being taken to
the main detention centre at the Bagram airbase, a new
complex called The Detention Facility in Parwan.
Bagram's prisoners were moved to the
Parwan complex from the old notorious Bagram prison
site on the airbase earlier this year.
In 2002, two prisoners were killed in
the Bagram prison while in US custody after being
suspended from the ceilings of their cells and
What person in their right mind would
come to other people's homeland, terrorize it and
torture its people. But then again, thus is the habit
of the kafir neo-Crusader like Bush, Obama
and their underlings. They dare to behave savagely and
feel unworried by their behaviours.
So, would be unworried and feel savage
as well if we are going to destroy their tyranny?
Now watch the following videos and see
how civilized the Muslims treat their captured
enemies, when in fact they are more in the position
and having the right to punish the invaders who
terrorize their country.