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Posted 22 January 2011 - 12:49 PM

The report rather points out the responsibility of corrupted sub-commanders who used the chaos for their own purposes, looting people's belongings and committing brutal crimes. During that period all structures had collapsed, there was no police, no working justice system and Kabul was under constant attack from multiple sources, fronts and neighbor states. The Defense Ministry of Massoud was one of the few working government institutions. Other government departments such as an Interior Ministry responsible for internal security and stability did not have the time form. An Afghan observer described the situation during that time:

"Massoud was always talking to his people about not behaving badly; he told them that they were accountable to their God. But because of the rocket attacks on the city the number of troops had to be increased, so there were ten or twelve thousand troops from other sources that came in [...] I think people blamed Massoud because they expected him to test out the reliability of all the troops and at the same time to maintain the [...] hold on Kabul and help all the people. Those who criticized him admit they don't have any evidence that Massoud ordered any killings. He not only did not order any, but he was deeply distressed by them. I remember once [...] Massoud commented that some commanders were behaving badly, and said that he was trying to bring them to justice ..."[1]

Farid Amin reports the following incident:

"One day he [Massoud] was going from Kabul to Shamali, and he saw a trailer truck and somehow got suspicious. He stopped it, and when they opened the back there were goods in it, things that belonged to other people, probably taken from houses or government offices. He accused them: "You are thieves, you are trying to steal." Then he saw his own picture in the back of their truck - you know that people tried to use Massoud's name and picture to gain power or to take advantage of things - and he said, "First remove that picture of your leader, the leader of thieves." In his way he was telling them, listen if you say I am your leader and you do these things, that is what you make me - a leader of thieves."[1]

Edward Girardet, director of the Global Journalism Network in Geneva, stated:

"When Massoud operated in the north during the fight against the Soviets, and towards the end of the Taliban period, his Northern Front commanders he watched quite closely and controlled well, but in Kabul, no. Of the people working around him, many were not Panjshiris, and a lot became corrupt very quickly. [...] People who were supposedly supporting Massoud were just using his name to benefit themselves. That was one of the main concerns. He could not control all of them."[1]

An American journalist from the Associated Press (AP) and The Economist who was present in Kabul during that time concluded:

"He [Massoud] can hardly be blamed for the presence of irresponsible armed groups in the capital, having done everything within his power to prevent it. Until November 1994, I witnessed firsthand the resulting dilemmas he faced, the amazing restraint with which he met them, and the almost willfully feckless manner in which absentee Western "observers" based in Pakistan distorted the situation in accord with ISI [Pakistan intelligence service] propaganda."[1]
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