Saturday, May 19, 2012

Afghan Taliban Statement: Complete Report about Farah Governor's House 'Martyrdom' Operation

Complete report about Farah governor house martyrdom operation

Thursday, 25 Jamadil Akhir 1433
Thursday, 17 May 2012 17:30 
 
FARAH, May. 17 – A devastating 3 hour martyrdom attack was launched by Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate amid their spring Al-Farooq campaign on Farah governor house in which the enemy sustained heavy human and material losses.
 
According to details, the attack was carried out by 4 martyrdom seeking Mujahideen (Mahmood from Zabul, Rafeeq from Uruzgan and Ahmadullah and Abdus Salam both from Farah province) armed with RPGs, PK machine guns, rifles, hand grenades and explosives vests who initially killed the hireling troops stationed at the assembly area and then made their way to the governor office where they took up positions and engaged the enemy. 

It is said that 13 hireling troops and government officials including the secretary of the provincial governor were killed in the ensuing fighting whereas nearly 40 other enemy personnel which includes the deputy provincial governor (Younus) were wounded. The 4 martyrdom seeking Mujahideen later embraced martyrdom (may Allah accept them) while another 2 involved in the successful operation managed to safely leave the area.

A doctor from Farah’s regional hospital said that all the dead and wounded brought in for treatment were police and other governmental officials while some serious cases were taken to the regional PRT.

Witnesses add that the governor house was also badly damaged in the attack and several vehicles parked inside were also burnt.

With the inception of Al-Farooq spring operation, the bombing campaign and armed attacks by Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate throughout the country against the foreign invaders and their puppets have recently picked up a lethal pace in which the enemy has suffered heavy losses, an example is today’s operation which is considered one of the most successful recent attacks carried out in the south of the country. 

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