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Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A recent UN report quoted that the insurgent Taliban had utilized children in their terror activities including suicide bombings during the previous year.
Based on the UN report, the terrorist had recruited at least eight innocent pupils to carry out suicide bombing during 2011 while another 1,300 children had been killed as result of terror attacks by the Taliban kin various regions of the country and the report also revealed the fact that these children were recruited mostly by the insurgent Taliban who pursued brain washing on them in the religious schools financially supported by extremist and fundamentalist Islamic organizations same as Tora Bora Front, Jamt Sunnat wal Dauat, Salafis, Latif Mansor terror network, Haqqani terror organization and Hezbe Islami (Islamic party) has also been accused by the UN that the party was engaged in  such activities.
The UN report came at a time after security forces of the country had arrested dozens of children who intended to conduct suicide bombing on various local dignitaries in province of Khost, Nangarhar, Kandahar and capital Kabul.
The alleged suicide bombing were belonged to tribal regions where terrorist organizations retain major influence.
Political analysts believe that dozens of religious institutions under coverage of Pakistani secret service ISI have been activated in tribal regions in that country and under the pretext of religious education, the insurgents and their ISI masterminds pursuing brainwashing process on orphan children and then sent them inside Afghanistan to commit terror attacks and several child suicide bombers had surrendered themselves to the Afghan security forces and disclosed anti human and anti Islam activities of Pakistani religious schools while in  some cases the insurgent Taliban had used the children as human shield during armed encounters when recently the terrorist handed over an mine to a seven year old girl and asked her to give it to the Afghan police personnel, when the girl reached near police check post, the insurgent Taliban exploded the explosive through remote control which resulted to killing of the girl and many of the police recruits.
Beside the upper crimes, burning of schools and deprivation of the children from education by insurgents could be a political move against the children to keep them in ignorance and use them as a source for terror activities.
The UN report also pointing towards recruitment of children among security forces of Afghanistan, a claim which Afghan security establishments have refused that none of the child were forces, but Afghan officials have asked UN to provide evidence of such cases.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The security of 14 districts in Badakhshan province are vulnerable, this was stated by Sayed Mohammad Amin Tariq the advisor in tribal affairs and member of High Peace Council, yesterday.
Addressing a joint meeting of local officials, civil societies and elders, Tariq said that poor harmony among the government bodies and foreign interference have caused security problems, noting viable peace will not return until and unless the people and government work in harmony.
He also said that seven people were knifed to dead only in the month of Ramadan by students who carry arms.
Others including head of peace council, Saad Abu Aman and head of religious scholars’ council, Mawlawi Fazal Rahman Mutaqi also spoke in the meeting to review the security situation in Badakhshan.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The House of people has expressed condolence over the brutal murdering of 17 civilians by Taliban in Kajaki district of Helmand province.
In a message released yesterday, the House of people while expressing sorrow over the murdering of 17 innocent civilians including two women also strongly condemned this brutal act in its strongest term.
It also called on the security entities to bring to justice those behind the heinous crime in its earliest.
Taliban militants had brutally beheaded 17 civilians including two women in Kajaki district couple of days ago.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Officials in interior ministry said yesterday that investigation has been initiated into the killing of 17 civilians in Kajaki district of Helmand province. 
Taliban rebels, according to reports had taken out 17 people including some women from a place in Kajaki district and brutally beheaded them. 
The interior ministry while condemning the tragic incidents in its strongest term calling on people to cooperate police in ensuring law and order in the country and do not allow terrorists to commit crimes.