Saturday, 28 March 2015

Egypt in Yemen


Clam Helmland River, Afghanistan

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War Porn Film

Canadian, rather than US cheerleaders in this case. 


Taliban video shows fighters parading through captured US military base

Taliban video shows fighters parading through captured US military base in Afghanistan | Daily Mail Online
The Taliban have reportedly captured an former US military base in the western Afghan province of Farah.
The news was released through a 16 minute video, in which dozens of Taliban fighters are shown being driven into the fortified base. The white flag of the Taliban is also shown being unfurled by one of the militants whilst another scene shows one of the group's leaders making a lengthy speech in Pashto.

Friday, 27 March 2015

Collaterals


ISIS Everywhere: Have Saudi Chickens Come Home To Roost?

ISIS Everywhere: Have Saudi Chickens Come Home To Roost? By Taj Hashmi

Its popularity among jihadist ideology-motivated Muslim youths is phenomenal. Being disillusioned with their top leaders for negotiating peace with American and Afghan governments, some Afghan Taliban fighters have joined the group. A news report in a Bangladeshi daily (Bangladesh Pratidin, March 24, 2015) reveals that several Islamist groups in Bangladesh, India, Myanmar and Pakistan are also getting organized to fight for their own “Islamic State” in South Asia. Now it seems, ISIS is everywhere.

Archive Footage - Taliban Attack On US Base

Afghanistan’s Economic Recovery: A New Horizon for South-South Partnerships?

Afghanistan’s Economic Recovery: A New Horizon for South-South Partnerships?

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has invested 1.2 billion dollars in Afghanistan for roads, railways, and airport projects. Credit: Giuliano Battiston/IPS

Isil is already sending 'advance guards' to Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani warns

Isil is already sending 'advance guards' to Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani warns - Telegraph
The Taliban warned that the decision to slow down the withdrawal would only hamper peace its negotiations with the government in Kabul and prolong the fighting in Afghanistan.
"This damages all the prospects for peace. This means the war will go on until they are defeated," a Taliban spokesman told Agence France Presse.
The Taliban has publicly insisted that it will not negotiate while foreign troops are still in the country but dialogue is taking place through private channels.

Rally Against Police Chief's Assassination