lördag, januari 04, 2020

Qasem Soleimani and his proxies in Afghanistan

Afther the death of Iran's top general Soleimani, allow of voices has been raised. Some in favour of the killing and many others against it.

Loudest condemnation came for current Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah. In a Facebook post, Afghanistan's chief executive of the National Unity Government, Abdullah Abdullah, lamented the death of Soleimani.
"We express our condolence about this occurrence to Sarda Soleimani's family, the government and people of Iran." Abdullah wrote on his official Facebook page.

Another well know supporter of general Soleimani is Deputy Afghan Chief Executive Mohammad Mohaqiq.

While addressing an international summit of scholars from Iran and other Muslim nations, the Afghan deputy chief executive is shown praising Major General Qasem Soleimani, who commands foreign operations of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. The gathering was convened to discuss ways to fight “the dark ideology” of IS terrorists from a unified Islamic front, according to Iranian media.

The Iranian general Soleimani is said to be one of the founders of the Fatemiyoun Division, made up of mostly Afghan fighters and deployed to the Syrian conflict zone.

“I thank all the warriors who cooperated in these wars from Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan and other parts of the world who attended the wars. In fact, it was the war of Islam against infidelity and against the conspiracies of the world arrogance,” Mohaqiq said.

Both of these two political figures (Abdullah Abdullah and Mohammad Mohaqiq) have enjoyed the kindness of US and recieved monetary and political support from US. What the Americans don't know is that both these two war criminals are in fact proxies of Qasem Soleimani and the Trump administration should deal with them accordingly as they did with Qasem Soleimani.

John Bass U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan has so far only been interested to make share that both these warlods are kept in power and John Bass is having more or less daily meetings with Abdullah Abdullah to make sure he keeps his power share in the government of Afghanistan.



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