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NATO commander condemn Afghan interior ministry attack

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Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmadshah Ghanizada is the deputy editor in chief for The Khaama Press Agency who manages and overlooks the English edition.

NATO-led International Security Assistance Force commander in Afghanistan Gen. John R. Allen condemned attack on ISAF personnel at the Afghan Interior Ministry.

Gen. John R. Allen said, “I condemn today’s attack at the Afghan Ministry of Interior that killed two of our coalition officers, and my thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of the brave individuals lost today.”

He said, “We are investigating the crime and will pursue all leads to find the person responsible for this attack. The perpetrator of this attack is a coward whose actions will not go unanswered.”

ISAF commander Gen. John R. Allen also added, “For obvious force protection reasons, I have also taken immediate measures to recall all other ISAF personnel working in ministries in and around Kabul.”

“We are committed to our partnership with the Government of Afghanistan to reach our common goal of a peaceful, stable and secure Afghanistan in the near future.” Gen. John R. Allen said.

According to International Security Assistance Force officials, initial reports indicate an individual turned his weapon against International Security Assistance Force service members in Kabul City today, killing two service members.

Taliban militants group in Afghanistan immediately claimed responsibility behind the incident.

A spokesman for the Taliban group Zabiullah Mujahid following a statement said, the attack was carried out by one of their fighters and at least 4 International coalition security force service members were killed.

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  1. NATO should go to UN regarding Taliban Attack and insist to passed a resolution for tougher sanction against Taliban..LOL.How u think NATO are safe in Afghanistan whr Pakistan,Russia,China,Iran are border located.Even NATO Cant think abt to exit from Afghanistan…

    • The UN??? Talk about a worthless bunch of Euro-Trash. The UN should be tossed from our shores. They always go against the Free Countries and for the Dictatorships.

  2. At least this General has the courage to condemn these cruel and idiotic murderers instead of constantly apologizing to them like our coward of President does. General, when you have your revenge you will have it for your subordinates, the Citizens of the United States of America, and all of those who fight with us in this war on terror and raw ignorance..

  3. Where’s all the Afghan outrage over the captives who defiled their Qurans by ripping out pages and scrawling on them?
    Where’s all the Afghan outrage over the senseless deaths caused by this religious nuttery? Isn’t murder a much more serious violation of their faith’s doctrine? Places in Afghanistan -already- burn the Quran as a means of disposal, in fact, famed Islamic jurist al-Haskafi says it is a proper means of disposal. I’m sick and tired of Aghanistan. It will never drag itself out of the deepest pit of the 3rd World as long as they continue to live in the ideological dark ages, and use phony outrage to propel xenophobic misgivngs that permeate this backwards country. It’s time for the West to leave and let them have their religous barbarism and cloaked xenophobia all to themselves. Good riddance.


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