Apr 10, 2005

Security problem in Afghanistan

Yesterday local news confirmed that Taliban had killed a senior irrigation department official, who was kidnapped one day earlier.
The person whom killed named Sirajuddin. He was kidnapped from his residence located outside of Mosa Qalal an area in the south.
Meanwhile, Taliban spokesman Latif Hakimi said he was unaware of the kidnapping.

Recently Taliban moving around quickly to ignore the security in the region in one hand but In another hand Karzai and his Cabinet are trying to talk to Taliban to bring them back to government to give them rights and security. But, people among this deal are very scared and afraid to see the Taliban with their white turban in capital street. The Taliban who killed the innocent people and left an objectionable face to people.

In the other side, groups and parties are getting movement to tackle the Karzai government. That is very silly when Yonous Qanoni an opposites Karzai government pointed yesterday in Afghan TV that "Karzai's government is not successful to peace and security".
I do not know how can i say that Qanoni is a bloody guy which image his devil strategy among his funs. The person who was pointed his gun to innocent people and nowadays asking for help and support.


Anonymous said...

Afghan Warrior -- I really enjoy your site. I'll add you to my blogroll. I read Chrenkoff's "Good News from Afghanistan" and it seems that things are all progressing in the right direction. Your President appears to be a very good man.

Anonymous said...

Oops! Afghanlord, Sorry.

Rosemary Welch said...

I can understand why people would be afraid. They need not be. No matter what deal Karsai makes with the Taliban (very bad idea!), the people have the final say as to who will be in THEIR government.

People must remember this: the government is OF the people, BY the people, and FOR the people. That is the only way to stay free. We must remain diligent. People must always watch their government.

In America, we have what is called "the fourth rail." This is the press. That is you in Afghanistan. What you are doing is a good thing. Just make sure you get facts to tell to people, so your credibility will be good. We have a problem with our press not telling the truth. They have an agenda.

They hate our President Bush because he is man of faith, he does what he says he is going to do, and doesn't take polls. He does what he believes is right and just for everyone. Thank God!

Have a great day, and keep telling the truth to all the people.

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