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Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) I was informed with regret that Gulruz Khan a former Jehadi and resistance commander of the people of Afghanistan has died.
While I am expressing my regret over his death, I want to convey my sympathies to the family, friends and whish peace for his soul and patience for the bereaved family.
Late Gulruz Khan struggled with bravery during the invasion of the former Soviet Army and during the resistance era he struggled against the black forces.
I wish peace for his soul.

Wednesday, 13 March 2013 06:34

President Karzai visits Helmand province

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai arrived in Helmand. The purpose of the president’s visit to Helmand is inauguration of some development projects and meeting with the local authorities in respect with security issues.
The local authorities in Helmand told the BNA reporter Ahmad Zia Mehrzada that the president wants to evaluate the process of reconstruction and development in Lashkargah and some districts of Helmand and will discuss security programs with the local authorities.

Thursday, 07 March 2013 10:14

2 blasts wounds 4 civilians in Herat

Thursday, March 7, 2013
Herat (BNA) two blasts occurred in Herat province this morning which caused injuring of 4 civilians. 
Abdul Raof Ahmadi police spokesman of west zone said BNA, the first blast happened near sport Stadium of Herat which explosives planted in a motorbike. 
The second blast occurred in Airport of Herat.  In the incident, also, explosives were planted in a motorbike.  Security authorities of Herat confirmed injured of 2 civilians in the two blasts.

Thursday, 07 March 2013 10:11

Taliban commander killed

Thursday, March 07, 2013
Kabul (BNA) a local commander of Taliban was killed in an operation by Afghan and coalition forces in the outskirts of Helmand province yesterday.  Bairagh commander of Taliban was responsible for attacks on security forces and planting of mines.  According to ISAF, the commander was killed in the Marja district of Helmand provinces.  

Thursday, 07 March 2013 10:10

NAF kill 5 militants

Thursday, March 07, 2013
Kabul (BNA)  five armed militants were killed in a cleansing operation  by National Army Forces  in the surrounding areas of Farah province yesterday. 
National defense ministry said BNA, the operation started when armed militants attacked on security post of national army forces in the relevant areas of Poshtroad district, as a result of which a soldier was wounded and 5 Taliban were killed and others fled from the area.  Five anti-vehicle mines were discovered and defused and quantity of heavy and light arms were seized. 

Thursday, 07 March 2013 10:10

NATO air strikes kill 23 armed insurgents

Thursday, March 07, 2013
Paroon (BNA) 23 armed Taliban including of Pakistani fighters were killed as a result of NATO bombardment in the Aigal area.  According to reports, five senior commanders of Taliban were killed in the bombardment.  Bombardment of NATO forces started since 6 days in the Aigal area between Kunar and Nooristan provinces and still continued.
Ghulam Farooq care taker of police security command of Nooristan said BNA, 23 Taliban including of a commander and nine Pakistani fighters were killed.  It is being said, 8 hideouts of Taliban were destroyed in the bombardment.  Meanwhile, the local officials of Nooristan confirmed that the houses of Pakistani Taliban militias of Pakistan network were destroyed.  No report on hand yet about casualties of civilians in the bombardment.

Thursday, 07 March 2013 10:08

13 Taliban killed

Thursday, March 07, 2013
Kabul (BNA)  13 armed Taliban insurgents were killed in operations with Afghan Security Forces in different provinces of the country.  Interior ministry said BNA, the Afghan Security Forces launched 11 operations in the relevant areas of Kabul, Kandahar, Maidan-Wardak, Khost, Farah, Badghis and Helmand provinces, in which 13 Taliban were killed, one wounded and 2 others arrested. 
According to the source, 16 mines, 2 Kalashnikovs and a motorbike were seized.  620 kg of narcotics were discovered and seized in these operations as well. 

Wednesday, 06 March 2013 10:56

Commentary

Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Kabul (BNA) 
The recent stance of National Security Council on including Pakistani intelligence service in the blacklist of UN is based on existing realities in the country and in the region which can lead to the ending of extremism and the activities of terrorist networks.

The analyst of security affairs of BNA writes: Recently the Afghan national Security Council has asked the UN Security Council to include   Pakistani intelligence service in the UN blacklist for supporting extremists and terrorists who not only cause casualties and destructions among Afghan innocent people but endanger peace and stability in the region, even across the world.

The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, as a member of UN is the right for restoring peace and stability in to the country and for protecting the lives of its people and national interests to use any opportunity within UN charter and other international conventions to prevent terrorist activities in its territory. Without doubt, increasing terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, without the open support of intelligence of the region is impossible. Considering the ambitions and long term strategies of the networks of intelligence services of the region, it becomes clear that they by establishing seminaries, political and religious organizations try to implement their ambitions and achieve their heinous strategic goals.

The regional intelligence networks, which mostly focus on India and Afghanistan, want to achieve their evil aims via establishing religious movements like Lashkar-i- Taiba, Jangwee, Jahsh Mohammad, Haqani network, Mullah Nazir’s group and so on. These so called religious movements have been established, funded by intelligence serviced  and recruit and trained the youth there to carry out suicide and terrorist attacks which cost the lives of many civilians including men, women and children and maim and inure a lot of others.

Earlier the UN and western countries have included such terrorist networks in their blacklists and financially and militarily sanctioned them. Regretfully, the international community and western countries so far have paid no attention to the runners of these in appearance religious seminaries and movements but in nature the bases for training extremists and terrorists that cultivate the seed of hatred, discord and bigotry among people.

While the international community during the last decade, for beating terrorist groups made a lot of endeavors inside Afghanistan paid no attention to the back of the terrorists’ battle field. Because of this, the intelligence networks of the region openly recruit, fund and train terrorists and assign them to carry out terrorist activities. One of the reasons that terrorists and extremists were not beaten was paying no attention to their funding, recruiting, training and equipping sources. Instead, some western countries, have called the financial supporter of these terrorists centers as their friends and colleagues.

In brief, to be honest in anti- terrorism and extremism campaign, for complete elimination of terrorism and extremism, one should target first the centers where terrorists and extremists are produced; otherwise, those two notorious phenomena never eradicated but further strengthen and endanger peace and stability in the region and across the world.  

Wednesday, March 06, 2013
Pul-e-Khumri (BNA) The ministry for information and culture in a bid to boost the national television broadcast in Baghlan province has decided to install a 2,000 watt transmitter there, head of RTA in Baghlan province, Zabihullah said yesterday.
With installing the new transmitter, the programs of RTA will cover Nahrin, Dushi, Khinjan, Baghlan-e-Markazi, Dahnai Ghori districts, the official said.
The national television in Baghlan presently operating with the support of 500 watt transmitter.

Wednesday, March 06, 2013
Herat (BNA) The council of Ulema or religious scholars in western region of Afghanistan has denounced the fatwa or religious decree of Pakistani Ulema council as the voice of ISI and politically motivated act.
In a meeting held here yesterday, Shikhul Hadith Mawlawi Khuda Dad Salih the head of religious council in the western region denounced the remarks of Tahir Ashrafi the head of Pakistani Ulema council as a breach to Islamic teaching, saying suicide attack is Haram or forbidden in Islam and Islam does not allow anyone to commit suicide.
Tahir Ashrafi in his fatwa issue last week advocated and endorsed suicide attacks in Afghanistan and said it is lawful for Taliban militants to conduct suicide bombings against Afghans in their country.  Ashrafi supported suicide bombings while the grand Mufit of
Saudi Arabia, Shikh Abdul Aziz in his fatwa described suicide attack as Haram, saying Islam does not allow anyone to carry out suicide attack in no part of the globe.