22 February 2017

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Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Kabul (BNA) national defense ministry reported from killing of 23 armed insurgents including 3 Daesh fighters across the country.
According to defense ministry press office to BNA the security forces in the last 24 hours conducting clearing operations in different regions of the country, killed 23 armed oppositions including 3 Daesh fighters, wounded 40 and arrested 13 others accused of terrorist activities.
The operation with support of artillery forces conducted in outskirt of Nangarhar, Kapisa, Urozgan, Kandahar, Zabul, Herat, Faryab, Badakhshan, Kunduz and Helmand province. 

Monday, February 13, 2017
Kabul (BNA) A commander of Taliban was killed in an operation carried out by security forces in outskirt of Zabul province.
According to Atal 205 army corps press office to BNA, the commander named Sediqullah resident of Mezan district, Zabul province was killed in a clearing operation conducted by security forces.
A Kalashnikov, 2 mines were seized by security forces in the operation.
The source said, 3 other armed Taliban were also wounded in the operation. 

Monday, February 13, 2017

Kabul (BNA) The so-called governor of Taliban for Helmand province criticizing the recent decision of the group leader for bringing changes in administrative structure of Taliban called him lack of authority.
BNA reporter reports: recently Mullah Hebatullah the leader of Taliban eliminated the names of 16 Taliban’s so-called governors and five members of Quetta council from administrative construction of the group. The ousted people are those who have serious differences with the leader of the group.
Although, the Afghan authorities consider the recent decision of the group’s leader as propagation move and insist that the move has no any effect on political and social process of the country but the changes will have serious effect on Taliban themselves.
Recently Mullah A. Manan who considers himself governor of Helmand province and has announcing his dissatisfaction with the decision called it illegal insists that Mullah Hebatullah was seeking to strengthen his power and authority among Taliban and the recent changes have taken place for that purpose. Mullah A. Manan has warned that if Mullah Hebatullah not reviews his decision, he would also make another decision.
It should  said that Helmand is the biggest battlefront of Taliban and the province for having natural resources and huge poppy fields is the main source of funding Taliban. In addition, because the roads to other adjacent provinces pass through this province and having common border with Pakistan has especial importance for Taliban and even the group intended to transform the Quetta Council in to Helmand but not succeeded.
According to Afghan political experts the statements by the so called governor of Taliban is not just a criticism but a warning and indicates that Taliban not lead from this source any more.
The statements by Mullah A. Manan reveal the depths of difference among Taliban and this can be effective in ending the life of the group and emergence of its alternative movements.
It should notice that recently ISI Pakistani intelligence service for further strengthening the position of Mullah Hebatullah prepared a list of 5o Taliban personnel to be terrorized. After the formation of the list, a suicide attack among Taliban conducted in Dashty Barchi district Kunduz province and following that, an explosion shocked one of Taliban’s centers in Zabul province.
In addition, it was after the preparation of the list, the close allies of Mullah Mohammad Rasool Akhund who introduced himself as the leader of a Taliban’s faction, confirmed that he has been killed in Quetta. It is not yet known, whither Mullah Abdul Manan is in 50-person list prepared by ISI or not.
However, the increasing power and activities of Mullah Hebatullah in Helmand and regularly organizing and equipping him indicate that his supporting by ISI in another way.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Kunduz (BNA) Eight civilians were injured in four rocket attacks launched by Taliban in 3rd precinct of Kunduz province.
General Abdul Hamid Hamidi police chief of the province told BNA, Taliban launched the rockets from west direction of the province which caused injuring of eight civilians.
Dr. Mohammad Naem Mangal head of Kunduz provincial hospital said, children were also among the injured which have been taken to hospital and the health status of two injured is critical. 

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