Suicide bomber kills 10 civilians in eastern Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan official says that at least 10 civilians have been killed near a park when a suicide bomber on a motorcycle targeted on a local tribal leader in eastern Kunar province.

Gen. Abdul Habib Sayedkhaili, provincial police chief in Kunar, said on Saturday that local tribal leader Khan Jan was among the 10 dead. Jan was a vocal public opponent of the Taliban and was leading a local uprising against Taliban fighters.


Yes, we are importing into our countries people who behave like swine.

And those responsible for their importation are as swinish as those they are importing.

The secret shame of Afghanistan’s bacha bazi ‘dancing boys’ who are made to dress like little girls, then abused by paedophiles

Tradition: Shaharyar became a dancer when he was 17, after his father died and he needed to make money. He met his master in a Chai Khana, or tea shop, and was taught dancing. The master is now his agent, and takes a cut of his what he earns performing for parties

Tradition: Shaharyar became a dancer when he was 17, after his father died and he needed to make money. He met his master in a Chai Khana, or tea shop, and was taught dancing. The master is now his agent, and takes a cut of his what he earns performing for parties

  • Bacha bazi, meaning ‘boy play’, is a tradition found across Afghanistan, where boys dress as women and perform
  • But these boys, some as young as 10, are also sexually abused by the men – passed around after the parties
  • The stigma of having been a ‘bacha bereesh’ sees the victims shunned by their families and society
  • However, ‘owning’ more than one boy is seen as a display of both power and wealth among some Afghan war lords

Afghanistan has long been considered one of the most religious countries in the world: a place where men and women follow Islamic doctrine carefully

But behind the devout exterior, the country is hiding a dark secret – one which the government has tried to sweep under the rug.

Bacha bazi, which translate as ‘boy play’, is on the surface a harmless form of entertainment – young boys dancing for the entertainment of their elders.

In reality, it is often little more than sex slavery, where boys as young as 10 are passed around a group of middle aged men for their own sexual gratification.

Boys like Shukur, who was just 12 when he was stolen away from his family and made to be a ‘bacha bereesh’. It took him five years to escape, and he now uses the dances he learned to make a living.

He is luckier than most.

Dancing boy: Shukur, 21 in this picture, was kidnapped in Kabul when he was 12 years old and taken to Kunduz where he was kept as a Bacha Bereesh - a dancing boy - for a rich and powerful man. He was 17 when he escaped, and began making a living from his dancing

Dancing boy: Shukur, 21 in this picture, was kidnapped in Kabul when he was 12 years old and taken to Kunduz where he was kept as a Bacha Bereesh – a dancing boy – for a rich and powerful man. He was 17 when he escaped, and began making a living from his dancing

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A failed state will always be a failed state as long as Islam is the prime motivating factor to its existence.

Yet another reason to reject the ”take them all in mentality” of the loon Left and crony corporatist faux free marketers. There will always be a steady stream of these people, best to help them where they are then to deprive even more people who can’t leave.

Taliban are at the gates of Kabul as their suicide bombers launch latest in wave of attacks in the Afghan capital 

Afghan security officials desperately help one badly injured man, who was caught up in the deadly suicide bomb attack

Afghan security officials desperately help one badly injured man, who was caught up in the deadly suicide bomb attack

  • The Taliban have claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on a civilian contractors compound in Kabul
  • A man drove a truck laden with explosives into Camp Baron close the capital city’s main airport
  • At least 30 Afghan civilians, including nine children, were wounded in the attack on Camp Baron 
  • Yesterday a suicide bomber carried out a Taliban attack at a military checkpoint on the outskirts of the city 
  • See more of the latest news updates on the Taliban bomb attack in Afghanistan 

The Taliban carried out a truck bomb attack on a compound for civilian contractors near Kabul airport today, just hours after a lone suicide bomber detonated his explosives vest as the latest in a series of attacks in the Afghan capital over the past week.

At least 30 Afghan civilians, including nine children, were wounded in the attack on Camp Baron, a heavily protected residential compound for civilian technical contractors close to the city’s main airport, a health ministry official said.

A police official said a truck packed with explosives drove up to the armoured gates of the complex before being detonated, smashing windows and sending glass flying and badly damaging nearby houses.

The Taliban later claimed responsibility for the attack which targeted the heavily walled compound in a bid to cause further terror in the city.

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NOTE: Obama’s mission complete moment.




I URGE YOU ALL TO WATCH THIS  which ones do you think were the moderates ?

This is par for the course for islamic states, street vigilantism keeps the muslim street in line, the state just gives it a wink and a nod, it serves their purpose all too well.

The Killing of Farkhunda

By JOHN WOO, ADAM B. ELLICK and ALISSA J. RUBIN | Dec. 26, 2015 | 7:43

Farkhunda Malikzada, a 27-year-old Muslim woman falsely accused of burning a Quran, was killed by a mob in central Kabul as hundreds watched and filmed. This video contains scenes of graphic violence.


They’re all Islamonazis, regardless of whether the Daily Mail labels them extremists, terrorists or militia.

A head for a head: Afghan militia decapitate four ISIS fighters – after extremists killed their own men in the same brutal way

Gruesome: Heads of ISIS militants are displayed on piles of stones along a main road through the Achin district of Nangarhar province, Afghanistan. The terror group is engaged in a blood-thirsty conflict with a militia group, controlled by a prominent Afghan law maker

Gruesome: Heads of ISIS militants are displayed on piles of stones along a main road through the Achin district of Nangarhar province, Afghanistan. The terror group is engaged in a blood-thirsty conflict with a militia group, controlled by a prominent Afghan law maker

  • A total of eight men have been decapitated by the blood-thirsty rival groups
  • ISIS beheaded the four militiamen and its fighters were killed in revenge
  • All eight men were taken hostage during a violent gunfight on Saturday
  • Afghan officials say four districts have recently come under ISIS control 
  • See full news coverage on ISIS at 

ISIS fighters and an Afghan militia group have beheaded a total of eight men in a series of tit-for-tat revenge killings, according to an Afghan official.

Four men have been beheaded from each side, in a blood-thirsty decapitation war following a gunfight on Saturday.

The ISIS fighters were beheaded by the militia group, in pay-back after ISIS beheaded four of the militia members.

The killings have been going on in the eastern border province of Nangarhar, in Afghanistan.

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Yet the Left will insist that all cultures are equal, while they drag ours down.

Afghanistan is the world’s worst place for a woman

Fully veiled women on the street of Kabul in Afghanistan. Photo: Joel M. Vainonen

According to the UN and the International Save the Children Alliance, the world’s most dangerous place to be a woman is in Afghanistan. A survey by Thompson Reuters 196 countries around the world  indicates that violence in Afghanistan every day – according to the Global Rights organization survey, 87 percent of Afghan women have been beaten by their husbands. The three women die every day as so-called honor killing victims.

85 per cent of women can not read, as many are forced into an arranged marriages, and six out of ten give birth without even a midwife. More than half the girls are engaged or married off by the age of 12.

More here in Finnish


It’s all Islam 101 believers flying the pirate flag of Islam.

Pentagon warns ISIS offshoot growing in Afghanistan, ‘operationally active’

The Pentagon delivered a warning Tuesday about the growth of the Islamic State offshoot in Afghanistan, saying the branch has become “more operationally active” there by carving out territory and openly fighting the Taliban.

The Defense Department report also said violence in Afghanistan overall is on the rise and the security situation has worsened since June, with more effective attacks by insurgents and increased casualties among Afghan security forces. The DOD said advances by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) – Khorasan Province (IS-KP) in particular could stoke “increased violence” with other extremist groups in 2016.

IS-KP “has progressed from its initial exploratory phase to a point where they are openly fighting the Taliban for the establishment of a safe haven, and are becoming more operationally active,” the report said.

The warning comes as President Obama tries to assure the public about the administration’s strategy for fighting the Islamic State, a military operation that focuses on Iraq and Syria.

More here. H/T: Fjordman


It’s what I have been telling you from the very beginning.

Taliban and their gold2

It’s so bad and obvious that even state officials are breaking ranks with the official meme and reporting things as they are. I do however disagree with the ambassador in one respect, the people from that area filing into Finland are illiterates, who can barely put one syllable in front of the other, but they have loads of cash, which means they are criminal elements. That makes them entirely undesirable for continued stay in the country.

Ambassador: Those coming from Afghanistan to Finland are precisely the standard of living refugees.

Afghanistan citizens heading to Europe is a big challenge, because the poorest are left and “parts of the rather well-educated middle class,” take off, says Ambassador Anne Meskanen.

Overview of Kabul landscape.

Embassy of Finland functions in the Afghan capital, Kabul. Photo: Hedayatullah Amid / EPA

Finnish Ambassador to Afghanistan estimated that those coming to Finland from Afghanistan are precisely standard of living refugees.

– Afghanistan is still in conflict, but the more important reason is of prospects. When thinking about that more than half of the population is unemployed – and those at work are often underemployed – sort of the example given for Syrian desires for leaving, Meskanen said Yle Radio 1’s Ykkösaamussa on Wednesday.

– People who should do work for the construction of their own country, leave it behind purely for a better future in the EU-Europe.

Meskanen stressed that life in Afghanistan is very normal in several provinces, while others are turbulent and violent. The heading to Europe, she says, is a big challenge, because the poorest are left and “parts of the rather well-educated middle class,” take off”.

– This is a serious problem for the Afghans, after all they then suffer a brain drain, Ambassador Meskanen notes.

Anne Meskanen has been in Afghanistan from the beginning of September. It is during the autumn of Afghans ending up in Finland has increased in abundance. A month ago, the country had for the whole year 2 000 asylum seekers, and at breakneck speed by Tuesday up to 4 900 for the whole year.

More here in Finnish. H/T: Kumitonttu


“There is no shortage of customers” !

Taliban and their gold2

“To this day I have only ever known one guy who genuinely got a threat letter from the Taliban. All the rest are fake,” he said.


Afghans seeking asylum buy fake Taliban threat letters

KABUL, Afghanistan — Threatening letters from the Taliban, once tantamount to a death sentence, are now being forged and sold to Afghans who want to start a new life in Europe.

The handwritten notes on the stationery of the so-called Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan were traditionally sent to those alleged to have worked with Afghan security forces or U.S.-led troops, listing their “crimes” and warning that a “military commission” would decide on their punishment.

They would close with the mafia-style caveat that insurgents “will take no further responsibility for what happens in the future.”

But nowadays the Taliban say they have mostly ceased the practice, while those selling forged threat letters are doing a brisk business as tens of thousands of Afghans flee to Europe, hoping to claim asylum.

Forgers say a convincing threat letter can go for up to $1,000.

“Of the threat letters now being presented to European authorities by Afghans, I’d say only one percent are real and 99 percent are phony,” said Mukhamil, 35, who has forged and sold 20 such letters. Like many Afghans, he has only one name.

He sticks to a simple formula – accusing the buyer of working for Afghan or U.S. forces – and adds a Taliban logo copied from their website.

NOTE: Read the TT’s own exclusive report on Muslim settler frauds here in Finland


Well so much for that often quoted figure of “25 000” muslim settlers expected to arrive to Finland this year.

Taliban and their gold2

And what has the Finns Party done in the midst of this human deluge to stop it? Nothing. The party’s top man refuses to threaten to leave the government and is currently on “sick leave” from his position.

NOTE: With the arrival of Afghanis, not only are your daughters not safe, but neither are your sons.

Close to 28,000 asylum seekers – Ministry fears reception centres will run out of space

Finland’s Ministry of Interior is concerned that the number of asylum seekers entering the country will soon exceed current capacity. The Ministry says authorities may be forced to use tents and shipping containers to shelter people already next week.

Asylum seekers arrive at the Tornio registration centre on October 21. Image: Panu Pohjola / Lehtikuva

If the current pace of asylum seekers entering the country continues, Finland’s Interior Ministry says it will not be able to guarantee all of the new arrivals a roof over their head.

“The number of people entering the country went down temporarily in October, but in November it jumped back up again, 776 people in the first weekend,” the Ministry said Tuesday in a bulletin.

On Monday the 9th of November, 190 asylum seekers arrived at the Tornio reception centre, located at the northwest border between Finland and Sweden. The next day Tuesday 350 more were expected.

Swedish record yesterday

A one-day record of 2,160 asylum seekers was registered as entering Sweden on Monday.

The Finnish authorities predict that the situation might soon lead to people being placed in temporary shelters like tents and shipping containers.

Finnish Red Cross spokesperson Noora Kero says the Red Cross can provide limited tent accommodation, if it proves necessary

“We’ve got tents that can be heated in our central storage area,” Kero said.

The charity organisation is also prepared to establish more reception centres, if only space can be found.

“We are actively searching for new facilities in every corner of Finland,” she said.

In related news, the Finnish Immigration Services announced on Tuesday that it would open three new reception facilities in the cities of Hämeenlinna, Sipoo and Pertunmaa for unaccompanied refugee children and youth arriving in the country.

No shortage of volunteers

The Red Cross reception centres have had the good fortune of securing a sufficient number of volunteers. Over 8,000 Red Cross volunteers are now working in the asylum seeker reception centres, and new offers of help continue to rain in.

“If the situation continues like it is, everyone who wants to volunteer will surely get a chance to do something. Fortunately, the desire to be of service is still high,” said Kero.

Over half of the currently operating asylum seeker reception centres are maintained by the Finnish Red Cross, accounting for 83 reception units with accommodation for 14,500.

Exactly 27,385 displaced people have entered the country and registered as asylum seekers so far this year.



Islam is an evil ideology, there is no way around that truth.

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Horrifying video shows young woman being stoned to death for alleged adultery in Taliban-controlled area of Afghanistan 

  • 30-second video shows woman being pelted with stones by group of men
  • Punished for eloping with a man after family arranged a different marriage
  • Victim is thought to be aged between 19 and 21 and called Rokhsahana
  • Incident took place about a week ago in Taliban-controlled area Firozkoh

A young woman has been stoned to death in a Taliban-controlled area of Afghanistan after eloping with a man.

A 30-second video shows the woman, known only as Rokhsahana and believed to be aged between 19 and 21, lying in a hole in the ground as a group of around 15 men hurl stones at her.

Her voice can be heard growing increasingly high-pitched as the rocks strike her body with sickening thuds.

A young woman, known only as Rokhsahana, has been stoned to death in a Taliban-controlled area of Afghanistan after eloping with a man 

A young woman, known only as Rokhsahana, has been stoned to death in a Taliban-controlled area of Afghanistan after eloping with a man

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For Obummer, it’s mission complete.



The Taliban terrorists’ reach in Afghanistan is greater than at any point since their regime was dethroned by the United States military in 2001, United Nations data obtained by The New York Times (NYT) reveals.

In September, more than half of the districts in Afghanistan’s 34 provinces were reportedly rated by the UN as having either “a substantial, high or extreme level of risk… more than at any time since the American invasion ousted the Taliban in 2001.”

Overall, about half of the Afghan districts were considered to have a “high” or “extreme” threat level, which means UN workers cannot travel to or through the area, The Timesreported October 11.

The UN data revealed that in September, 38 districts across 14 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces (about 40 percent) were considered to be under an “extreme” threat level.

“In all, 27 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces [nearly 80 percent] had some districts where the threat level was rated high or extreme,” reported The Times.

Districts under an extreme threat level have no government presence at all or the government presence is limited to the district capital.

The UN “assessment, which has not been publicly released but is routinely shared by the United Nations with countries in the international coalition, appears at odds with the assessment of its American commander, Gen. John F. Campbell, in his testimony to Congress last week,” noted The Times.

“The Afghan security forces have displayed courage and resilience,” General Campbell told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday. “They’re still holding. The Afghan government retains control of Kabul, of Highway One, its provincial capitals and nearly all of the district centers.”

In many of the districts currently under siege by the Taliban, Afghan officials offered a significantly different version of the situation, reported The Times.

“The government is failing in their governing, and it’s better to let the Taliban rule,” Wali Dad, the police chief in Oruzgan province’s Charchino district in central Afghanistan where an estimate 400 police officers have been surrounded by the Taliban for months, told NYT.

More here



The refusal by Doctors Without Borders to admit that the Taliban were using the hospital and immediate area as a command post, or staging area/pillbox for engaging in hostilities, says more about DWB than about U.S. forces listening to Afghan soldiers on the ground who ordered the hit.

Afghan forces called for air strike in Kunduz: U.S. general

Afghan forces asked for U.S. air support while fighting the Taliban in Kunduz shortly before an air strike resulted in the deaths of civilians there, the American commander of international forces in Afghanistan said on Monday.

U.S. Army General John Campbell fell short of squarely acknowledging U.S. responsibility for an air strike that killed 22 people in an Afghan hospital run by aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) on Saturday.

MSF reiterated its call for an independent investigation into the incident, though the White House said on Monday it was confident ongoing probes by the U.S. military, NATO, and Afghan security officials would provide a full account of the circumstances surrounding the strike.

Campbell said U.S. forces were not under direct fire in the incident and the air strike had not been called on their behalf, contrary to previous statements from the U.S. military.

More here.

H/T: Nikorama @ Weasel Zippers


Tard melee ensues…….

NOTE: Vlad asked me to upload this to YT, so I gladly did.

Taliban storms into northern Afghan city in major blow for security forces

Taliban insurgents fought their way into a major city in northern Afghanistan on Monday, driving back stunned security forces in a multi-pronged attack that also sent Afghan officials and U.N. personnel fleeing for safety.

The fall of Kunduz would be a huge blow to the Western-backed government in Kabul and would give Taliban insurgents a critical base of operations beyond their traditional strongholds in Afghanistan’s south. Afghan government leaders and the U.S.-led coalition here view the battle for Kunduz as a key test of the Afghan security forces in their continuing fight with the Taliban.

For the moment, Afghan officials acknowledged, much of the city is in Taliban hands, and Afghan authorities were left struggling over how to turn the tide, although they insisted that they would prevail once they mount a counterattack.


ACLU amazingly quiet over the news.

Dumbing down on stupid. Instead of imposing American terms they fall over backwards to implement the very same system that has destroyed the country.

Watchdog: U.S. Taxpayers Funded Development of Sharia Law System in Afghanistan

AP Photo

The U.S. government has spent more than $1 billion in American taxpayer funds on programs to develop the rule of law in Afghanistan, including efforts to improve a judicial system that incorporates Islamic Sharia law, reports a watchdog agency appointed by Congress. MORE HERE


Because Islam 101 demands an anti-female platform to support its pro-IslamoNazi male driven society.


KABUL, Afghanistan, July 5 (UPI) — Attackers on a motorcycle threw acid into the faces of three teenage girls on their way to school in western Afghanistan’s Herat province on Saturday, according to officials.

The two men told the girls the attack was “punishment for going to school,” CNN quoted Aziz-ul-Rahman Sarwary, head of the education department in Herat province, as saying.

The girls were between the ages of 16 and 18 and reportedly attended one of the largest schools in the provincial capital of Herat city. Each girl was admitted for medical care in a local hospital before being picked up by their parents. Two were reportedly in critical condition.

Provincial police spokesman Abdul Rauf Ahmadi told CNN authorities were working hard to find the men responsible.

More here.


Just another day in Afghanistan.

2 dead, 31 wounded as Taliban attack Afghanistan parliament

Taliban militants attacked Afghanistan’s parliament Monday, detonating a suicide car bomb at an entrance and sending gunmen to storm the building, engaging security forces in a gunfight that left two dead, as lawmakers inside voted to endorse a new defense minister.

Afghan security forces managed to repel the attack, killing all seven gunmen and ensuring that no members of parliament were harmed. But the audacious assault on one of the most heavily guarded compounds in the capital came as the Taliban captured two northern districts in as many days, displaying their ability to operate on multiple fronts.

More here.


Putin tossing Obama around like the rag doll he is, with the latter not giving a toss about being tossed.


BREAKING: Russia cuts off major supply route for U.S., NATO in Afghanistan

Well, this is bad.  This is a real, no-kidding move against U.S. and NATO interests, one that could significantly increase the peril to our forces in Afghanistan.  It creates the potential for things to go south very quickly for NATO troops.

That, in turn, increases the likelihood of divisions within NATO over the alliance’s Afghanistan commitment.  The divisions could well affect NATO’s posture on the political conflict with Russia.  And assuming the Obama administration is passive and ineffective in the face of this latest move by Moscow, the alliance will find an existential crisis – at least the beginnings of one – inescapable.

The basic story is that the U.S. and NATO have relied throughout the Afghan operation on supply routes that run through both Pakistan and the former-Soviet republics of Central Asia.  In 2008, the route called the Northern Distribution Network, or NDN, was consolidated, with a portion of it running through the territory of Russia.  Russia has benefited from transit fees, along with the Central Asian ‘Stans, and has been content to hold in reserve the pocket veto she possesses by agreeing to let our supplies flow through her transportation network.

Now Putin is exercising his veto by terminating the Russian leg of the NDN, which comprises most of the so-called “northern line of communication” of the NDN, or the NLOC.  There is also a southern leg of the NDN, which since 2014 has run from Romania, across the Black Sea and through Georgia, the Caucasus, and the Caspian Sea.  This is the “central LOC,” or CLOC.

More here.


More carnage.


Car bomb on EU vehicle kills at least three in Afghan capital

By Mirwais Harooni and Kay Johnson

KABUL (Reuters) – A suicide car bomber rammed a European Union vehicle near the main airport in Afghanistan’s capital on Sunday, killing two Afghan civilians and a British security contractor in the latest attack in the city, officials said.

The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack on the European Union Police Mission in Afghanistan (EUPOL), which advises Afghan law enforcement authorities.

The insurgents have launched a wave of attacks around the country since the drawdown of most foreign troops last year to a small training force of about 12,500.

EUPOL spokeswoman Sari Haukka-Konu confirmed that one of the mission’s vehicles was hit by an explosion near Kabul airport.

She said that three EUPOL personnel survived but another person in the vehicle was killed.

The British embassy later confirmed that a British national was among the dead and the EU said he was a member of the mission’s private security team.

Police spokesman Ebadullah Karimi said that a suicide bomber in a Toyota Corolla rammed a foreign vehicle on the road from Kabul’s main airport to a NATO military installation nearby.

More here.


Or as we say like to say in the business, a target rich environment.


Photos show purported ISIS training camp in Afghanistan

New photos purport to show ISIS fighters training at a terrorist camp in Afghanistan, near the Pakistani border, in what may be yet another sign of the black-clad jihadist army’s expanding reach.

The pictures, obtained by a Pakistani journalist earlier this month and published by the military blog The Long War Journal, show apparent ISIS radicals training, marching in formation and brandishing heavy artillery.

“These are guys that likely spun off from the Taliban.”

– Scott Stewart, Stratfor

Pakistani journalist Saleem Mehsud originally tweeted out the photos on hisTwitter page on April 18, but would not divulge details about their origin. Two of the three images show more than a dozen ISIS fighters standing in formation with assault rifles in front of armored SUVs draped in the extremist group’s “black standard” flag. A third image shows a pickup truck with a heavy machine gun turret mounted in the bed.

The photos were allegedly taken in the “Ustad Yasir” camp in the Logar province in eastern Afghanistan. The camp is believed to be operated by the Sa’ad bin Abi Waqas Front — a group named for an Al Qaeda leader who was killed by a U.S. airstrike in 2011. The camp is named for a key Taliban ideologue and top recruiter who was one of more than two dozen senior and mid-level Taliban officials killed in a 2012 “purge.”

The photos raise questions about who the fighters are and how closely they are aligned with the Islamic State leadership in Syria and Iraq. Analysts said they could be disaffected former Taliban fighters — as naming their camp for an accused Taliban turncoat might suggest — of unaffiliated terrorists whose sympathies lie with the infamous jihadist army.

More here. H/T: Fjordman