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Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Ghazni (BNA) Armed rebels martyred an ethnic influential in Dehyak district of Ghazni province last night. 
Hajji Wali Mohammad who returned from Saudi Arabia to his house in Robat village, Dehyak district, was martyred by armed rebels of Taliban. 
Faizullah Mohammad Toofan police chief of Dehyak district said to BNA, Hajji Wali Mohammad had no linked with any state organs and political groups. 
According to him, the armed insurgents set on fire house of other residents in this district in which 30 volumes of Holly Kuran were burned. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Neli (BNA) Ms. Hawa Rezai chairperson of Daikondi provinces was released from clutch of rebels in Maidan-Wardak province yesterday. 
Ms, Rezai was abducted on 16 September by unknown men during a trip from Daikondi to Kabul in Dara-i-Maidan. 
Ms. Rezai was released in efforts of security forces and tribal elders. 
It should be said in the current year of Sonbola month; Shah Wali procuring police commander was killed by Taliban rebels in the Dara-i- Ghorband area of that province as well. 
Still several, demonstration took place on the Kabul-Bamyan highways but the better security in the mentioned highways had not ensured yet. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Bagram prison transferring agreement which was inked six months ago its responsibility is formally handed over to Afghan government in an official ceremony held at Bagram on September 10.
The handover of the prison from foreign forces to Afghan security forces during the third round of the security transition process clearly indicates that ANSF are now capable of maintaining security in the country.
Assuming the responsibility of Bagram prison is a stride towards ensuring national sovereignty and the rule of law in the country.
According to figures of justice ministry, 3182 detainees, all Afghans have been handed over to Afghan side.
“Out of this, 16 have been set free by the court and talks for handing over 600 more detainees who have been arrested by the Americans over the past six months are going on which after the completion to the process, the foreign forces would have no detention center in Afghanistan.
President Karzai in his message on transfer of Bagram prison to Afghan government said: “Today we are taking another big political step towards restoration of the sovereignty of the government of Afghanistan and this is full transition of the Bagram prison and its administration by the US forces to the government of Afghanistan.
With the transition of the Bagram prison to the government sovereignty, an ending point has been put to the foreign prisons on Afghan territory”.
The Bagram prison has been an ugly phenomenon that is the product of terrorist activities in Afghanistan.
Hereafter the Bagram prison have been turned into an ordinary captivity site of Afghanistan and the aliens will be freed from it and the criminals remain in it to witness their punishment as per the enforced laws Afghanistan.
The president also considers of Bagram prison to the government of Afghanistan as a victory for the nation and a big step towards verification of the national sovereignty of the government and congratulated the countrymen on the occasion.
President Karzai also in his meeting with Marc Grossman the US special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan and his delegation discussed the recent transfer of Bagram prison and transfer of over 600 Afghans that are still kept by U.S forces.
The Afghan nation thanks all the administrations and foundation having strived in this respect and succeeded in their efforts and hope the acceleration of the pending files of the prisoners.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Therefore, one should not become a means in the hand of the enemy and spark violence; the extremists in the west enjoy it.
Conducting Demonstrations against a film which insults the great prophet of Islam is the Right of all Afghan people, but using the demonstration is a means of destruction and violence is a crime.
Indisputably, no Muslim found in Islamic world to tolerate scorn against the great prophet of Islam. Without doubt he/she shows reaction, but the reaction and demonstrations should be based on Islamic principles and enforced laws of the country.
Violating the demonstration and setting fire on shops and destroying the properties of the people are worst than what the extremists and anti- Islamic elements committed in the west. 
The followers of sacred Islam commence their actions with mercy of God and end with same purpose. Wisely dealing of Muslims to the events requires, deeply understanding Islam and the traditions of the great prophet.
The radicals and extremist orthodox produced an evil film against all humane criteria, but we here, reacting against that inhuman action, burn the shops and target police and security personnel, in this way provide the opportunity for insurgents and opportunists to use the pure feeling of our patriots against our homeland and religion.
Of course, performing such actions are not deserved to a Muslim, because the conscious of man should judge that, where and who did produce the film and where we set on fire the shops and the properties of the people and depict an image of violence and sedition which is against the principles of our sacred religion and enforced laws of the country.
Non- respecting the law is a fault and non- awareness of the law is also a fault.
Such insufficiencies, often lead to violence and killing of people and destruction of properties in demonstrations and just the enemies of get benefit from it. Islam and the traditions of our great prophet never accept violence and reject it entirely.
Based on the above reasons and because of Islamic teachings and the traditions of the great prophet, Hamid Karzai  the president of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Afghan parliament, the human rights commission of Afghanistan and religious scholars of the country severely condemned that heinous action of western’s extremists and based on founding principles of Islam and relevant laws of the country asked the people to show their feelings via holding demonstration and gatherings and be careful not to trap in the snare of extremists and insurgents who have no aim but creating tension and violence.