Poor Aisha Or A Patsy In US Political Ploys And Propaganda Machine
23 December 2010
In the Name of Allah, the Most
Beneficent, the Most Merciful.
So far, no independent
investigations and research have been conducted
concerning Aisha's case, whose face was on the front
cover of the Time in July, hailing from Uruzgan
province of Afghanistan whose nose and ears are said
to have been cut off by her in-laws, and the fact that
how the very issue has been raised and why her case
has drawn a lot of controversies.
What Aisha's Father told media
during a recent interview has surfaced stunning facts
exposing the true face of the anti-Islamic and
self-interested US and its role in Aisha's fake case.
Aisha's Father questioned the US' humanitarian
assistance and asserted the return of his daughter
kidnapped by the US invaders from his house, so in
order that he leads an honorable life in the society.
The recent facts surfaced, on the
one hand, unveil how brazenly and one-sidedly the
mainstream media outlets such as New York Times
magazine, New York Times newspaper, CNN, BBC and so
on, have pinned the said fake case on Mujahideen; on
the other hand, lift the lid off the main role of the
invading forces played in Aisha's case, as was clearly
stated by Aisha's father that the US forces had been
To put it bluntly, there is
enough evidence to prove that this was faked by the
world media in order to blame it on Mujahideen, as
usual, so that they might have deviated the minds of
the naive masses and fooled them yet again.
The sequence of the events, if
observed, the issue (Aisha's case) has exactly raised
among the world media when US-led coalitions under the
leadership of Obama saw no possible further
justification for prolongation of Afghan war and
extension of their military missions on the ground in
Afghanistan, consequently poor Aisah, the honor of
Afghan was compromised with the time magazine covering
Aisha's heart-breaking photo and tragic story followed
by the other media outlets including CNN, which gave
the issue a tremendous coverage so that it would apply
a sort of emotional blackmail and exploit anti-war
minds, meantime, paving the ways for the continuous US
Now that the US involvement in
the case is crystal clear, further inquiries should be
conducted to find out the fact that to what extent the
US is dishonest and brutal to the helpless Afghan
masses and to what length the US can go to betray the
Afghan nation; furthermore, the Afghans should not
stay indifferent to poor and oppressed Aisha who fell
victim to US ploy and strategy.
With whatever possible means they
have at their disposal, the Afghans have to demand a
clarification and explanation from the US and their
puppets and her return as her father does.