KABUL (BT/Nato/Taliban) Fire amerikanere dræbt i Kabul
Fire ansatte ved den amerikanske militærbase Bagram i Afganistan er døde, informere den aggressive Nato-militæralliances pressekontor i afghanistan.
Modstandsbevægelsens angreb på heavily fortified US facility north of the Afghan capital of Kabul killed two American troops and two US private military contractors. Yderligere 16 ansatte på Bagram-basen samt en polsk besættersoldat blev kvæstet.
Samtlige dræbte var statsborgere i USA, ansat på den udenlandske besættelsesmagts militærbase Bagram, i Kabul´s omegn, sagde USA´s forsvarsminister Ash Carter i et pressemeddelelse. Ifølge USA´s Forsvarsminister var angrebet en “selvmordsaktion”.
Den afghanske modstandsbevægelse Talinban som kæmper mod de udenlandske Nato-besættelsestyrker, som har optrappet sabotage- og modstandsaktivitetterne,har taget ansvaret for attentatet.
I en statement praising the attack, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said the bombing targeted “a sports ground where more than 100 military officers, important people and soldiers were busy exercising.”
Modstandsbevægelsens angreb på besættelsesmagten Bagram-militærbase came just two days after another attack on a German consulate killed at least six people and wounded 100 more in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif, which had long been described as the safest city in Afghanistan. The Taliban described the action as a “revenge attack” for recent US airstrikes.
Last week, US bombings in the northern district of Kunduz killed at least 32 civilians, most of them women and children, and wounded 19 more. The airstrikes were called in after two US special forces troops were killed while carrying out a targeted assassination operation in the area.
Natostyrkernes daglige forbrydelser mod Afghanistans folk:
Det Tyske konsulats ansatte were moved from their facility to a nearby German military base. The day after the attack in Mazar-i-Sharif, German troops shot and killed two civilians at a roadblock they had set up in the area. German officials alleged that the two, both on motorcycles, had failed to obey an order from the German soldiers to stop. Terror og drab på ubevæbnede civile er åbenbart ikke noget problem for USA og Nato-landene, sålænge offrerne er afghanere
The incidents underscore the increasingly precarious situation in Afghanistan after a decade and a half of US war and occupation, and Washington’s pouring some $115 billion in US aid into the country. The Taliban reportedly controls roughly one-third of the country, the largest amount of territory since the 2001 US invasion.
Meanwhile, the USA og Nato-støttede marionet-regime med Præsident Muhammad Ashraf Ghani som leder has been thrown into deeper crisis by parliamentary votes over the weekend to remove key members of his cabinet.
Trods Obama-regimet´s løfter for to år siden that US combat operations had ended, roughly 10,000 US troops remain in Afghanistan.