July 02, 2020

War crimes of the internal enemies (May 2020)

War crimes of the internal enemies (May 2020)

On Saturday 2nd May, a father and his son were martyred by the internal forces in ‘Mir Qasim’ village of Chamtal district in Balkh province.

On Saturday 2nd May, a child was martyred while another one was injured in the indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in ‘Haider Abad’ area of Greshk district in Helmand province.

On Sunday 3rd May, four civilian people were martyred and injured in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Nodara’ and ‘Bora’ areas of Qaisar district in Faryab province.

On Monday 4th May, a young villager was ruthlessly martyred by the local forces in ‘Yangi’ area of Qaisar district in Faryab province.

On Monday 4th May, three civilian countrymen were martyred, two were injured, while several others were badly beaten by the internal forces in ‘Bawry’ village of ‘Loy Manda’ and ‘Baba-Ji’ areas of Nad-Ali district in Helmand province.

On Friday 8th May, eleven civilian people were injured in the blind bombing of the internal forces in ‘Nazar Khan’ and ‘Najmuddin’ villages of Shilgar district in Ghazni province.

On Saturday 9th May, the internal forces opened indiscriminate fire on those people who were demonstrating against the increasing unemployment in ‘Feroz Koh’ city of Ghor province, in which five innocent people were martyred while seventeen others were injured.

On Sunday 10th May, six civilian people including children were martyred and injured in the indiscriminate artillery shelling of the internal forces in ‘Shewan’ and ‘Sheikh Lala’ areas of Bala-Baluk district in Farah province.

On Sunday 10th May, a woman and a man were martyred while two women were injured in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Sultan Khail’ and ‘Asia Zarak’ areas of Said-Abad district in Maidan-Wardak province.

On Sunday 10th May, four farmers were ruthlessly martyred by the internal forces in the outskirts of Balkh district in Balkh province. They were irrigating their fields at it was difficult for them at day time due to fasting month.

On Monday 11th May, a gathering of the local chieftains was indiscriminately bombed by the foreign occupying forces in ‘Ghondan’ area of ‘Khas Balkh’ district in Balkh province, in which nine prominent leaders were martyred while seven others were injured. People protested against this tragic incident and demanded that the perpetrators should be trialed as soon as possible while attacks on civilian places should be stopped. Meanwhile the local forces opened on the demonstrators, in which one person was martyred while five others were injured.

On Tuesday 12th May, a tent of nomadic people was hit by a mortar shell indiscriminately fired by the internal forces in ‘Hasan Karaiz’ area of Shah-Joi district in Zabul province, in which five children and women were martyred while two men were injured.

On Friday 15th May, six civilian people were martyred and injured in the random mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Nodara’ area of Qaisar district in Faryab province.

On Sunday 17th May, two innocent civilians were forced out of their homes and ruthlessly martyred by the internal forces during their brutal operations in ‘Qala Kuchiyan’ and ‘Konjaki’ areas of Alishing district in Laghman province.

On Monday 18th May, a local health clinic called CHC was indiscriminately bombed by the joint enemy forces in ‘Pani’ village of Giru district in Ghazni province, in which all medical equipment and medicines were completely destroyed.

On Monday 18th May, three innocent people were martyred while civilian houses were damaged during the blind bombing of the joint enemy forces in ‘Noshahr Tarako’ area of Chimtal district in Balkh province.

On Tuesday 19th May, a local hospital was ambushed by the joint enemy forces in ‘Mang Tapa’ area of Chahar-Dara district in Kunduz province, in which two patients were ruthlessly martyred while the building and other medical equipment of the hospital were badly damaged.

On Tuesday 19th May, a local mosque was damaged during a blind attack of the internal forces in ‘Aaq Masjid’ area near the center of Kunduz province.

On Tuesday 19th May, a boat carrying civilian passengers across the river was indiscriminately bombed by the joint enemy forces in ‘Umar Khail’ area of Ali-Abad district in Kunduz province, in which six civilian people including the boatman were martyred while seven others were injured.

On Tuesday 19th May, the mosque of ‘Talim-ul-Quran’ madrassa was attacked the internal forces in ‘Khalazi’ area near the center of Parwan province, in which eight civilian people were martyred while ten others were injured. This attack was carried out as the people were offering their evening prayer in the mosque.

On Wednesday 20th May, seven civilian people including women and children were martyred in the blind bombing of the internal forces in ‘Jungle Arigh’ village of Mardiyan district in Jowzjan province.

On Wednesday 20th May, two women were martyred while a man was injured in the indiscriminate firing of the internal forces in ‘Haider Abad’ area of Greshk district in Helmand province.

On Wednesday 20th May, main gates of civilian houses were blasted in bombs; cash money and other household valuables were looted, and two civilians named Abdullah and Rahmatullah (sons of Khan Aka) were ruthlessly martyred inside their house during a brutal raid of the internal forces in ‘Sultan Khail’ village of Khoshi district in Logar province.

On Wednesday 20th May, a civilian was martyred by the internal forces in Boka area of ‘Khas Balkh’ district in Balkh province.

On Wednesday 20th May, civilian houses in Basusu and Mihfali areas in Khan Abad district of Kunduz province were indiscriminately bombed by the internal forces, in which four women and a man were martyred while six other civilians were injured.

On Friday 22nd May, a white-bearded aged man was martyred by the internal forces near Waghjan bazaar of Mohammad-Agha district in Logar province.

On Friday 22nd May, thirty two civilian houses were badly damaged and burnt in the indiscriminate bombing and artillery shelling of the internal forces in Aqcha and Mangjak districts (especially in ‘Qara Adak’ village) of Jowzjan province.

On Saturday 23rd May, two children were martyred while thirteen other civilian people were injured when a house was hit by mortar shell indiscriminately fired by the internal forces in ‘Salaab’ area of Alishing district in Laghman province.

On Sunday 24th May, a civilian house was hit in the indiscriminate artillery shelling of the internal forces in ‘Parao’ village of Qara-Bagh district in Ghazni province, in which a child was martyred while four people were injured.

On Sunday 24th May, three children were martyred in the blind shelling of the internal forces in ‘Chashma Dozak’ area of Sang-i-Atish district in Badghis province.

On Wednesday 27th May, two civilian people were martyred while four children were injured in the indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in ‘Kashta Jafaro’ village of ‘Ibrahim Khail’ area in Shah-Joi district of Zabul province.

On Wednesday 27th May, a student was ruthlessly martyred by the internal forces in ‘Garm Aab’ area of ‘Khas Urzgan’ district in Uruzgan province.

On Wednesday 27th May, a young villager was martyred by the internal forces in Shar-i-Kuhna area of ‘Central Baghlan’ district in Baghlan province.

On Sunday 31st May, a man and a woman were martyred while financial losses were inflicted on other local civilian people in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Yangi Kala’ district of Takhar province.

On Sunday 31st May, three children were martyred when a civilian house was hit by mortar shell, indiscriminately fired by the internal forces in ‘Chaghari’ village of Nerkh district in Maidan-Wardak province.

On Sunday 31st May, three children were martyred while three others were injured in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Joi Akhtar’ area of Siyah-Gerd district in Parwan province.

Sources: (BBC, Radio Liberty, The Afghan Islamic News Agency, Pazwak, Khabaryal, Larawbar, Nunn.Asia and Benawa websites.)

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