Thursday, 4 August 2011

Afghan Puppet Intelligence Chief killed in Kunduz, Afghanistan


A file photo of a car bomb attack on stooge regime puppets in June 2011
The head of Afghanistan's intelligence service in the northern province of Kunduz has been killed in a car bomb attack, reports confirmed earlier today. On Thursday, a bomb exploded in the car of Payenda Khan, the stooge head of the National Directorate of Security in Kunduz, said puppet police spokesman Sayed Sarwar Husaini. A number of attacks amid Mujahideen's Operation Badr have targeted high ranking cowardly Afghan puppet officials during the past months. On July 12, Ahmad Wali Karzai, the Afghan Drug King and the younger brother of Afghan Puppet President Hamid Karzai, was killed in the southern city of Kandahar.
A bomb detonated in a mosque in Kandahar during a memorial ceremony for Ahmad Wali Karzai two days later. At least four people, including the stooge head cleric of Kandahar's Ulema Council, Maulvi Hekmatullah, were killed and 13 others injured in the explosion. On July 17, Jan Mohammad Khan, the former puppet governor of southern province of Uruzgan, who was also a senior advisor to Karzai and a member of parliament, was killed in an attack in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul. Mohammad Hashem Watanwal, another puppet member of parliament, was also killed while he was visiting Khan.

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