Taliban's Reactions To The Recurrent
Partial Report By The United Nations's UNAMA
27 December 2012
By Al-Ikhwah Al-Mujahidun
In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the
UNAMA, a branch of the United Nations, in its recent
civilian casualties report once again attributed
eighty percent (80%) of the caused casualties to the
Mujahideen, six percent (6%) to the Kabul
administration and chose to remain silent on the rest.
The report writes that in the second half on the
current year, civilian casualties increased compared
to a downward trend in the first six months. 967
civilians were reported martyred and 1590 civilians
UNAMA has failed to even indicate towards the civilian
casualties caused by bombings, raids and direct fire
of the invading forces despite the fact that the
mentioned forces oppress, detain and martyr civilians
on a daily basis. Similarly, it has enshrouded the
atrocities committed by the Kabul regime's Army,
Police and especially Arbakis (ALP/militia) and has
only attributed six percent of civilian casualties to
them which in reality is far lower than the actual
On the other hand, UNAMA has now for a prolonged
period been accusing Mujahideen for the major share of
civilian casualties to hide the flaws of the invaders
and at the same time, for unknown reasons, it has not
positively responded to the reasonable appeals and
genuine investigation called to by Islamic Emirate
regarding prevention of civilian casualties.
The general population is our own nation; our leader
had previously taken serious steps in preventing
civilian losses and efforts are still being made so
none are caused by us; most importantly, we are
divinely responsible to answer to the people in this
regard. Using the issue of civilian casualties for
political and other purposes is what strengthens such
activities because its drives our enemies, in order to
defame Mujahideen, to commit such acts which on the
one hand cause heavy civilian losses and on the other
hand, put pressure on Mujahideen through organization
like UNAMA to achieve their sinister objectives. This
evidence is adequate to prove UNAMA's incompetence
that it has never conferred Mujahideen while
assembling its report so we can have an answer to the
allegations blindly charged against us, all this while
it is exclusively using the opposition as its sole
source of information.
The Islamic Emirate has repeatedly made clear that
mines placed by Mujahideen are all controlled by
remotes and do not detonate by pressure but only hit
its intended targets. To validate our claim, it is
enough to say that the invaders themselves admit that
sixty percent (60%) of their casualties in the past
ten years have been caused by IED's.
Attributing every explosion to Mujahideen is injustice
and clear concealment of truth because the enemy has
recently revamped efforts to try and defame Mujahideen.
They persecute people in Mujahideen attire, place
explosives on main roads and are flaming tribal
conflicts, clear examples of which are present in the
south, west and north of the country.
We urge all impartial organizations and independent
media outlets to not suffice with the fake reports and
statistics provided by the occupying forces and Kabul
regime. All events which are not accepted or rejected
by the Islamic Emirate should not be attributed to us.
From the findings of UNAMA, it seems that the source
of its data is the governors and spokesmen of the
corrupt and stooge Kabul regime because UNAMA does not
only not have workers in the districts but also in the
provincial capitals. According to our information, the
figures of civilian casualties provided by UNAMA are
in reality the sum of reports of Kabul administration
which attribute civilian casualties to the Mujahideen
on a daily basis.
We want to present examples of documented civilian
casualties caused by the invaders and Kabul
administration regarding which independent sides
should base their judgment and themselves discover how
UNAMA has neglected them in its report while keeping
in mind that these are a small sample whereas the
atrocities committed by them are far greater in
On July 11, foreign invaders carried out a raid on
Kondlano area of Shahwalikot district (Kandahar)
during which they trashed homes in search operations
and martyred five civilians before leaving.
According to media reports, on July 22, a bomb blew
apart an ISAF tank in Sra Shakh area of Nahr Siraj
region, Gerishk district (Helmand), after which the
invaders called in airstrikes from which four
civilians were martyred.
On July 27, foreign invaders raided local homes at
night in Qala Khor area of Khas Uruzgan district (Uruzgan)
during which they brutally beat up three civilians
before shooting them dead.
On August 2, Local Police aka Arbakis raided homes of
locals in Sero, Matakzo and Sakano areas of Shali Nawa
region, Khas Uruzgan district (Uruzgan), during which
they martyred eighteen civilians and looted homes.
Witnesses say that these were the armed men of
Commander Shuja'I now known as Local Police who also
threw several persons into wells. Witnesses told
reported that the ALP burnt down eight motorbikes of
locals and also stole their cash and watches.
On August 6, foreign invaders carried out a night raid
on ‘Adl Khel village of Achin district (Nangarhar),
searched homes, caused locals property damages and
martyred four civilians before leaving. Locals say
that none of the victim had ties to any group.
On August 7, foreign invaders carried out a night raid
on Shesh Aba area of Khashrod district (Nimroz) during
which they martyred four civilians including a woman
and injured 2 children. The district governor
confirmed the incident and said that the operation was
carried out without them being informed.
On August 10, foreign invaders carried out a raid on
Dahzak area of Dehrawod district (Uruzgan) during
which they beat up locals, martyred four and detained
another before leaving the area.
On August 30, 2 artillery shells slammed into a home
and its garage in Baraki Barak district center (Logar),
leveling both of the buildings and leaving [five]
civilians martyred and ten others wounded. The
security chief of Logar Police department, Raees Khan,
confirms the incident and casualties but is unaware of
its details. Local residents from the area say that
the artillery shells were fired from inside the base
of foreign troops while the foreigners have not said
anything about the incident.
On August 31, Press TV reported that foreign invaders
carried out airstrikes in Ghor province from which 12
civilians were martyred.
On September 2, Arabaki militia martyred fifteen
civilians in Kanam village adjacent Kunduz city,
injured a number of others and took away several more
as prisoners. Locals later said: "A former ‘Gilam Jum'
and gunman by the name of Qadir is now a Local Police
commander and head of several check posts. His men
came to the village at night and at daybreak, opened
fire on locals who came out of their homes". The
incident took place after the said commander was kill
by unknown gunmen and his men were after revenge.
Media reported on September 8 that hireling troops
injured twenty civilians including women and children
in Bala Marghab district's Maidanzo village (Badghis),
some of whom later passed away due to heavy wounds.
Locals contacted by media through telephone said that
the incident happened when police from a nearby check
post indiscriminately shot at civilians after a bomb
destroyed a police vehicle.
Media reported on 16 September that foreign forces
killed and wounded twenty civilians in Nurlam area of
Alingar district (Laghman. Reports said that eight
women were amongst the martyred, adding that local
women and children were out collecting wood when they
suddenly became targets of enemy helicopters. Like
every other time, the invaders simply said that they
targeted Mujahideen and no civilians were harmed.
However the officials of Laghman province and
witnesses said that the victims of this bombing were
all innocent poor locals who were out collecting fire
On September 21, foreign invaders carried out a night
raid on Gezak village of Shahwalikot district (Kandahar)
during which they martyred six civilians.
On October 6, an Arbaki stabbed a woman to death in
Andu Jan village adjacent Kunduz city. Locals told
that media that the mentioned woman was killed for
putting up resistance to the gunman's forced
On October 12, foreign forces carried out a raid on
Zareen village of Shilgar district (Ghazni), trashed
homes during searches before martyring seven civilians
including three children and one woman. The provincial
governor's spokesman, Nabi Jan, confirms the
casualties in the incident and says that an
investigation team has been sent to collect
information, adding that the operation was carried out
by the invaders without informing them.
On October 15, American helicopters targeted a tractor
of locals in Tangano Godar area of Nawa district (Helmand)
as a result, fifteen civilians onboard were martyred.
Locals say that the victims were moving house when
they were targeted.
On October 21, American invaders fired mortars at She
Khelo village of Baraki Barak district (Logar) from
which six children were martyred and two others
wounded. Their names are as follow: Hakeen S/O Marjan;
Umar Jan S/O Abdul Jabbar; Rahmat S/O Nawab; Zahit S/O
Shams; Ya-Gul S/O Saleh and Hamayum S/O Ghazi (all
residents of She Khelo village). Wounded Abdul Jabbar
S/O Mayran and Zafar S/O Hassan (both residents of
On October 26, foreign forces martyred three white
bearded elders in Kajaki district's Zamindawar region
(Helmand). Locals say that amongst dead area is an 85
year old Haji Saifuddin from Larkan Nawa's Mazar
village, 90 year old Sa'duddin Aka from Awdaru village
and Ghafar Agha from Mazar village.
On November 6, foreign forces carried out a raid on
Shah Karez and Landi Karez areas of Zamindawar regioin,
Kajaki district (Helmand) during which they martyred
five innocent civilians.
On November 20, foreign forces raided several areas of
Shahwalikot district during which they trashed
people's homes, beat up locals and martyred five
civilians including elders and teens before arresting
another civilian and leaving the area.
The provided number of casualties is only a glimpse of
the atrocities carried out by the foreign forces and
gunmen of Kabul administration whereas the actual
number is several times higher. This report of the UN
fails to mention even a single one of these apparent
incidents which confirms the doubt of the Afghan
nation that the said organization, under the name of
impartiality, is employed by the foreign occupation
forces and works under their instructions.