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Posted 01 April 2011 - 06:52 PM

1 April 2011 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned today’s attack in northern Afghanistan in which a group of demonstrators entered a United Nations compound and killed a number of UN staff.

The attack took place at an operations centre for the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif, according to a statement released by the mission’s spokesperson Dan McNorton.

The exact number of UN staff killed is not yet clear, but a UN spokesperson in New York said there had been a “fairly substantial” number of deaths and casualties, and they included UN staff and guards who were trying to protect staff.

“This was an outrageous and cowardly attack against UN staff, which cannot be justified under any circumstances and I condemn it in the strongest possible terms,” Mr. Ban told journalists in Nairobi, where he is making an official visit.

“I extend my condolences to those killed or wounded and their families,” the Secretary-General added.

Mr. McNorton said the mission was working to ascertain all the facts and to take care of affected staff.

Staffan de Mistura, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and the head of UNAMA, is travelling to Mazar-i-Sharif to assess the situation.

Mr. Ban said Mr. de Mistura was also tasked with taking any necessary measures to ensure the safety of UN staff in the strife-torn country.

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 07:00 PM



Now tell me Pashtuns were not guilty for killing Partaw´s son. The same is going here ... every killing is caused by Pashtuns. But the good thing is Pashtun will get targeted again. They killed Sayyidkheli and now that, they killed Partaw´s son and now they will pay, pay with the life of their children.
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Posted 01 April 2011 - 09:59 PM

According to Balkh governor, the arrested people linked to UN massacre are from Kandahar, Baghlan, Herat and Mazar. They were here to carry suicide attack in Nawrozi festival. Typical Awghoos.

Seven killed in worst-ever attack on UN workers in Afghanistan
http://www.telegraph...fghanistan.html

http://de.news.yahoo...er-4dcee4f.html

http://www.welt.de/p...-i-Scharif.html
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Posted 02 April 2011 - 09:26 AM

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A boy hitting UN officer with stick in yesterday protest in Mazar-i-Sharif city. (A typical and filthy Awghan hound in their typical Taliban brown Shalwar Kamiz)

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I as a person who worked for 7 years with UN in Afghanistan, don’t think any UN worker deserve to be killed or injured by anyone. The damage is done now and the question ‘’who is responsible’’ is raised around the world.

Among the 12 UN workers, there are 4 protesters killed and 36 other injured according to local media. Tomorrow there is going to be a mass arrest of people in connection to the riot. The protesters didn’t plan to kill the UN workers but those who were waiting for such as opportunity did. I think it will be nice if we include the list of protesters who innocently became victims like the UN workers when we talk about this heartbreaking incident.

I have seen the UN office which was attacked yesterday. It’s more secure than a military base. The compound is guarded by national police in the outside and by foreign contractors in the inside, beside of being surrendered by tall concrete walls that blocked half of the roadside. With all these protection, a group of men entered the courtyard and massacred the workers.

The protest nurtured in the Blue Mosque on Friday prayer when thousands of Balkhians gathered to attend. After the prayer when local Mullahs explained about Quran Burning in the United States, protesters suggested by the Mullahs to march into UN office to present the UN headquarter with a letter of condemnation. After a few minutes, everything went wrong and people disappeared from the area. Most of the protesters didn’t know what happened inside the compound.

Hours later Balkh Governor attended a press conference and said the arrested people are from Kandahar, Baghlan, Herat and Mazar. They came here to carry suicide bombing during Nawroz festival. They failed to attack the occasion, however succeeded in turning a peaceful protest to a bloody riot.

The rumor of Anti Quran Burning protest was developing whole week. Dozens of Mullahs campaigned mosque to mosque to encourage residents to join the demonstration. At the meantime, the images of US kill Team posing with dead bodies were spreading among youngsters across the country through mobile phones. Those images fueled the anger and provoked many people to attend the protest.

Local authority was well aware of such as occurrence, but still left careless. The UNAMA office is few miles away from the central base of Afghan National Police of the 303 Pamir corps. It takes about 3 to 4 minutes for a Police Ranger pick-up to drive from the Police Base to UN compound. An atrocious picture published on Afghan Paper website shows a 14 year old boy hitting a UN officer with stick as he lies down on sidewalk in the pool of blood. I don’t know where the police force was at that time.

The police force supposed to escort protesters anywhere they go, conversely, they did not but instead they sat and watch people get killed. The people of Balkh are not barbarian and nor they are terrorists. This is the local government that acted negligently and is the ones to be responsible. Esmatullah Alizai, the Balkh Police Chief has to resign from his position. This man is not even a professional or skilled police.

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 10:46 AM

Now, the taliban might have taken adavantage of the sitaution as they claimed, but the protestors were overwhelmeingly tajik in a city that have majority tajik, you dont know if those killings were carried out by pasthons only. And if the pashtoons can dictate and manipulate and deceive us in our own heartland then good for them and bad for us, actually it is a bad defeat for us. can we do all these things in pashtoon heartland? are we able to do these things in qandahar and pakitya? the milatis stage protests in their favour in herat, other pashtoons take the initiative in our other areas, what is wrong with us then? and about Partaw's son, he might have been killed by a pashton, but at the same time he might not have been killed, we cant say it for sure and proof.
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Posted 02 April 2011 - 12:41 PM

Sohrab, what kind of thinking it is? You say that Tajiks commited those crimes while it was proven those bastards were not native to Balkh and were there for suicide missions on Nauroz festival. I don´t like it to say but even Mazar have Pashtuns. And I guess the police chief had something to do with it otherwise it is not possible to enter a fortress. I had contacted Atta and just wait for a response of him. As I always say, whereever Aoghans are, there you can find suiciders, killers, rapers, thugs etc. We will take advantage of this barbaric Pashtun act and they will pay for every Tajik that was killed. I told you for 3 years ago we will kill for every killed Tajik 100 Pashtuns and I will say the same 3 years later. The people are not stupid and do not stay there and look what will happen at next. They will react and try to stop such actions.

The best example I will provide to you. Look to the following article
http://www.aan-afgha...dex.asp?id=1588

A movement started on Facebook now it is spoken everywhere about it and gets more popular. That´s the might of education, policy, good connections etc.
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Posted 02 April 2011 - 03:45 PM

How fast god takes revange from Dajjali people

Listen from 9th min.

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Posted 03 April 2011 - 05:54 PM

View PostParsistani, on 02 April 2011 - 01:41 PM, said:

Sohrab, what kind of thinking it is? You say that Tajiks commited those crimes while it was proven those bastards were not native to Balkh and were there for suicide missions on Nauroz festival. I don´t like it to say but even Mazar have Pashtuns. And I guess the police chief had something to do with it otherwise it is not possible to enter a fortress. I had contacted Atta and just wait for a response of him. As I always say, whereever Aoghans are, there you can find suiciders, killers, rapers, thugs etc. We will take advantage of this barbaric Pashtun act and they will pay for every Tajik that was killed. I told you for 3 years ago we will kill for every killed Tajik 100 Pashtuns and I will say the same 3 years later. The people are not stupid and do not stay there and look what will happen at next. They will react and try to stop such actions.



A movement started on Facebook now it is spoken everywhere about it and gets more popular. That´s the might of education, policy, good connections etc.


well, i didnt say the tajiks committed that crime, in a city where the tajiks have most of the popuolation, they should be the ones to have things in hand, yes, the taliban iniltrated the protestors ranks, but at the same time we saw the protestors were also busy demolishing, the spoke farsi, didnt they? we also got some tajiks in qandahar and pakidta etc, why cant be change the situation but pashtons can change the situation in our area and take initiation in hand? dont you think we are week? milatis launching protests in herat and taliban controlling territory in north, now, can the Setamis or even Pedram's group can stage protests in qandahar and pakita?

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http://www.aan-afgha...dex.asp?id=1588

this is good because they are raising their voice against corruption and wrong doings, hat off to them, but at the same time i see 2 tajik rivals competing with each other, a negative side.
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Posted 03 April 2011 - 05:59 PM

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may i ask what was the purpose of this video?
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Posted 04 April 2011 - 12:25 PM

You need to listen carefully to the news. Tajiks condemn their actions. The religious chiefs had ordered to protest against the burning of the book but they did not called them for killing. All those bastards were Pashtuns. You talk nonsense. You do not really know how the situation was (that´s why I tell you go and create an account on facebook) but you just give your own opinion, rootless.
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Posted 05 April 2011 - 05:53 PM

There are 2 things come to mind. The attackers might have been anyone in Balkh, pashtoon, tajik or anyone else. I dont say the pashtons are good, but put everything bad on this world on pashtoons is not a wise thig to do. and if pasthoons are that able that they are taking every initiative in our heartland, then we are week people.
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Posted 08 April 2011 - 02:00 PM

Please, don´t be so naive. Take for yourself a bit time and read some BBC or look some news on TV. The attackers were not non-Pashtuns. Tajiks were called for a Ghandi-like protest by their local mullahs. You talk nonsense. While already it is proven those bastards were Pashtuns you still talk BS ... :angry:
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Posted 08 April 2011 - 06:05 PM

I dont talk BULL SHIT, perhaps you dont try to see what i write.
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Posted 08 April 2011 - 07:32 PM

View PostSohrab, on 08 April 2011 - 07:05 PM, said:

I dont talk BULL SHIT, perhaps you dont try to see what i write.


And you dont want to see the facts, already mentioned in nearly every channel. Just go and take a look on Bakhatarmagazine, f.ex. I understand your feelings and emotions but they don´t bring us elsewhere.
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Posted 09 April 2011 - 06:14 PM

i suggest you re read my posts and see what i said.
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