16 July 2018

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Trenkot (BNA) 16 armed militants affiliated to Taliban group were killed in recent commando forces raids in Urozgan province this morning.
The militants were targeted from main road of Trenkot city capital of the province.
Atal army corps commander told BNA 16 militants were killed in commando forces raids while organizing terrorist activities.
It is mentionable that no harm and losses sustained to security forces and civilians in the raids.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Asadabad (BNA) 14 Suicide bombers affiliated to Taliban and Daesh groups were detained in east of the country last night.
The fighters were arrested during separate conflicts in Nooristan, Kunar and Paktika provinces.
Key commander of ANA in east of the country told BNA, the assailants have been arrested while terrorist activities.
Numerous of heavy and light weapons were seized from the assailants as well.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Jalalabad (BNA) 20 Daesh fighters were killed in latest air strikes of security forces in east of the country last night.
The insurgents were targeted by air and ground raids of security troops in parts of Nangarhar province.
Selab army corps commander in east of the country told BNA, 20 Daesh fighters were killed in the raids.
He added, the fighters were suppressed on their strongholds in Kot, Achen, Hasaka Mina and Khogyani Districts.
According to reports, several strongholds of Daesh fighters with all war equipment have been demolished.
Another report says, the security forces discovered a weapon cache of Taliban in Nangarhar province.
The cache was kept in a hideout of insurgents in suburb of Jalalabad city.
Several heavy and light weapons were also seized from the cache.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The religious scholars of Islamic world holding a session in Saudi Arabia in discussing the causes of war in Afghanistan called it illegal and insisted on its immediate ending.
BNA religious affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes , religious scholars from 40 countries across Islamic world, yesterday gathered in Saudi Arabia to denounce terrorism, extremism and all types of violence which link to the ongoing war in Afghanistan and to find the ways for restore peace and stability in to the country  and urgent ending this bloody conflict.
At the session 105 religious scholars including 34 religious scholars from Afghanistan are participated. The Pakistani religious scholars and the representatives of Taliban also invited to participate at the session. The presence of Pakistani scholar could be very effecting at the gathering because they have deep influence of Taliban and so far they have act according to their Fatwa or verdict.
Taliban who are the main side of the conflict could be also effective in defining the war and knowing the prospect of this bloody war.
The presence of religious scholars from 40 countries in Saudi Arabia session demonstrate that Islamic world considers the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan a part of Islamic societies, because the continuation of war which has a religious nature will flourish extremism  in some communities, disseminate violence and causes much agonies and severe concerns in Islamic societies.
Today, many religious organizations such as Al- Qaeda in Asia, Boko - Haram in Arica and other extremist groups in India, Philippine and Indonesia  who link and cooperate Taliban and other armed groups in Afghanistan, had caused anti – Islamic tendencies in many countries.
This indicates that Afghan problem has not remained   limited in to a political geography but has been changed in to a problem of Islamic world.
Continuation of such a situation not only harms Afghan society but also harms the other countries as well. Therefore, it would be the obligation of religious scholars apart from their religious, ethnical and linguistic affiliations jointly fight this notorious phenomenon, otherwise it would harmful for all Muslims 
Afghan people hope, the religious scholars in their session in Saudi Arabia making practical decisions prevent defaming Islamic values and identity
Unfortunately, Taliban against the expectations of peace loving Muslims have warned that if Saudi session announces Afghan war illegal, would consider it as an American project. This indicates that they are seeking to reject all reasonable demands.  They think nothing but implementing the objectives of foreign intelligence services.   
Abdul Khalil Minawi
BNA Director General
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Jalalabad (BNA) A group of armed militants stormed on education directorate in Jalalabad city, the provincial capital of Nangarhar province.
According to reports, a suicide bomber detonated himself on education directorate section in the province and later on several other attackers were entered in the section.
Asef Shenwari spokesman of Nangarhar education department in a contact to BNA said, suicide bombers stormed on education directorate of the province.
Medical in charges of Nangarhar said, four people of the event have been shifted to hospital which the health condition of them are critical.
Details of the report will be published later.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, 11 July 2018 06:59

Taliban Leader Killed In Own Mine Blast

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Kunduz (BNA) A Taliban leader was killed in Kunduz province last night.
Mohammad Hanif Rezaee Shahen 209 army corps spokesman told BNA, Hanzala one of Taliban senior leaders was killed in his own mine explosion in Zarkhred region of the province.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) Chamtal District, Balkh province have been cleared from insurgents yesterday.
Mohammad Hanif Rezaee Shaheen 209 army corps spokesman told BNA, the operations were started by security and defense forces four days ago in the mentioned district, the district and parts of Faizabad district, Jawzjan province have been cleared from insurgents.
He added, heavy losses were suffered to armed insurgents, which will be announced later.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Security and defense forces in the last 24 hours conducting joint clearing operations in various parts of the country, killed 114 armed oppositions including Taliban local commanders, wounded 66 and detained 4 others.
According to national defense ministry press office to BNA, the operations with support of air and artillery forces were launched in Nangarhar, Ghazni, Paktia, Kandahar, Urozgan, Zabul, Farah, Badghis, Faryab, Balkh, and Helmand provinces.
Another report says, 33 armed Taliban rebels were killed in Ghazni province yesterday.
Lt. Fazel Khoda Ibrahimkhail 303 army corps spokesman told BNA, the rebels were killed in air and ground operations and mine explosion in vicinity of Khogyani, Khwaja Omri, Ander Jaghori, Qarabagh, Moqor and center of that province.
He added, 24 other insurgents have been injured, a vehicle, 3 motorbikes, and a mortar mine were also demolished in the operations.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Paroon (BNA) Nine Pakistani Taliban insurgents were killed in an air strike in Nooristan province last night.
The insurgents were suppressed in Kamdish District near Durand Line.
ANA top commander in east of the country told BNA, nine Pakistani insurgents were killed in the raid.
According to another report, a series of blasts were prevented in Nooristan province.
Security officials discovered and neutralized six mines from crowded areas of the province and prevented from deadly events.
So far, no individual or group has committed responsibility of the event, but several security sources blamed Taliban for the event.
T. Yarzada
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Farah (BNA) 14 armed insurgents were killed in recent air strikes in Farah province last night.
The militants were suppressed in suburb of Farah city, Balabalok District.
ANA senior commander of Zafar army corps in east of the country told BNA, 14 armed insurgents were killed in the raids.
Another report says, the security officials prevented from a series of blasts in Farah province.
Security officials’ discovered and defused seven mines.
They blamed Taliban for these failed mines planting.
T. Yarzada
 

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