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#51   FawadHomepage28.05.2003 - 11:34
bitte+übertreibe+nicht,+und+s tudiere+einbischen+politik.

#50   ismael11.02.2003 - 22:39
Ing.Masshoud ist nicht nur der Befreier Afghanistans, sondern der befreier der eheml. Ostblockländer. Wir sind sehr stolz auf ihn, weil er sich für die Sicherheit und Stabilität unseres Globus geopfert hat.

#49   anonym11.02.2003 - 22:39
Go to hell with ur Lion of afghanistan.<br>bloody foooooool

#48   Anonym11.02.2003 - 22:38
Salaam Freunde,<br>habe mir kurz diese Homepage angesehen, wo man einen verherrlicht, der meiner Meinung nach zu den TÄTERN für die schlechte Lage in unserer Heimat ist. Es ist Zeit, dass auch unsere Landsleute aus Pandsher einsehen, dass ihr Masoud ein gemeiner und egoistischer Machthaber war. Auch seine Kollegen wie Hekmatiar, Rabbani und Co gehören zu den TÄTERN. Man sollte sie vor das internationele Gerichtshof bringen und sie für ihre WERKE haftbarmachen.<br>Wir sollten es denen zeigen, die uns Afghanen gegeneinander hetzen wollen.<br>Khoda hafez

#47   ZahirE-MailHomepage11.02.2003 - 22:38
Salam to all, one year fefore the enemy of Islam, democracy and freedom assassinated Engineer Ahmad shah Massud Lion of Ariana(peace upon him).He was in our hearts and remain for ever. sorry that the world has lost him.

#46   waidaE-Mail11.02.2003 - 22:38
Salam,<br>ich finde du hast es sehr schön gemacht!! in Afghanistan müssen auch ein paar helden geben, wie Lion of Afghanistan!!<br>echt schön gemacht!! mach weiter so und viel erfolg!!<br>grüße und schönen tag weiterhin...

#45   Aviva11.02.2003 - 22:38
General Massoud war ein einmaliger, wunderbarer Mensch! Ich liebe ihn. Gott wird mit ihm sein.

#44   Khalida11.02.2003 - 22:38
I love Massoud! I feel his death so much...

#43   Fünf-Punkte-Plan11.02.2003 - 22:38
Mittwoch, 14. November 2001
<br>UN zu Afghanistan
<br>Der Fünf-Punkte-Plan
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>Der Plan der Vereinten Nationen für eine politische Lösung in Afghanistan nach dem Ende des Taliban-Regimes umfasst fünf Punkte. Er war vom UN-Sonderbeauftragten Lakhdar Brahimi nach Gesprächen mit Vertretern verschiedener politischer und ethnischer Gruppen in Afghanistan erarbeitet und vom Weltsicherheitsrat in New York bis in die Nacht zum Mittwoch erörtert worden.
<br>
<br>1. Die UN sollen so schnell wie möglich ein Treffen zwischen der Nordallianz und anderen Gruppen einberufen, um eine Einigung über den Rahmen für den Prozess des politischen Übergangs zu suchen.
<br>
<br>2. Die UN sollen bei diesem Treffen konkrete Schritte für die Einberufung eines Rates mit Vertretern aller afghanischen Gruppen unternehmen.
<br>
<br>3. Dieser Rat soll die Zusammensetzung und die Aufgaben einer Übergangsverwaltung für maximal zwei Jahre und begleitende Sicherheitsvorkehrungen vorschlagen.
<br>
<br>4. Die traditionelle afghanische Volksversammlung Loja Dschirga soll zu einer Sondersitzung einberufen werden, um die Übergangsverwaltung, ihr Arbeitsprogramm sowie ihre Vorschläge für die Sicherheit zu genehmigen und sie mit der Erarbeitung einer Verfassung zu beauftragen.
<br>
<br>5. Die Übergangsphase soll mit einer zweiten Sondersitzung der Loja Dschirga enden, die die Verfassung bestätigt und eine gewählte Regierung einsetzt.
<br>
<br>Ihr Fünf-Punkte-Plan
<br>

#42   soloman wahab11.02.2003 - 22:38
Honest Plea To Afghan Leaders in Bonn
<br>
<br>
<br>GIVE PEACE A CHANCE!
<br>GIVE LIFE A CHANCE!
<br>Im not asking you to declare:
<br>A Winner or a Loser
<br>All Im asking is:
<br>Offer fraternal hugs of
<br>Peace and reconciliations
<br>All Im demanding is:
<br>STOP THE KILLINGS!STOP THE SUFFERINGS!STOP DISUNITIES!
<br>All Im hoping is:
<br>For Expatriates to repatriate
<br>For Motherland to recapture her dignity.
<br>Friends/Amigos/Hamwatan:
<br>Is that too much to ask?
<br>Despite years of wanderings,
<br>How can we(Afghans)ever say:
<br>Neither your peace, nor your war concern me.
<br>How can we leave it all behind?
<br>Friends/Amigos/Hamwatan:
<br>GIVE PEACE A CHANCE!
<br>GIVE LIFE A CHANCE!
<br>I URGE YOU ALL TO PLEASE:
<br>PUT YOUR COUNTRY AHEAD OF YOUR PERSONAL AGENDAS!
<br>
<br>Soloman Wahab
<br>Mexico-11/22/01
<br>

#41   Khalil Nouri11.02.2003 - 22:38
answer to Abdulazim
<br>(Hezbe-Islami)
<br>
<br>I can see Hikmatyar is dreaming, but his days are
<br>numbered.
<br>Once CIA owned him to fight the Soviets, and on
<br>opposite scenario, he is a danger to the U Ss
<br>national security as well as the process of Loya
<br>Jirgah.
<br>Let it be known, soon he will be eliminated with the
<br>rest of the Al-Qaeda and Talibans.
<br>
<br>Khalil Nouri

#40   N.Alliance11.02.2003 - 22:38
answer to Abdulazim
<br>(Hezbe-Islami)
<br>
<br>Gulbuddin Hekmatyar had links with KGB
<br>The News International
<br>October 8, 1992
<br>By Imran Akbar
<br>
<br>PARIS: The US House Republican Research Committee of
<br>the Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare
<br>has severely criticized the Central Intelligence
<br>Agencies and Inter-Services-Intelligence for their
<br>gross negligence and cover-up of the misconduct of the
<br>Hezb-e-Islami Afghanistan during the 13 year Afghan
<br>civil war.
<br>
<br>The report also alleged that the ISI propped Hekmatyar
<br>as an ultimate Muslim choice, while knowing all along
<br>that he was actually working for the ex-Soviet KGB,
<br>the intelligence agency of the Soviet Union.
<br>
<br>The 19-page report submitted in March 1990 and now
<br>doing rounds here, claims that the ISI had created
<br>Hekmatyar only to serve the military regime of General
<br>Ziaul Haq. The report states: needless to say, the
<br>picture of Hekmatyars success in the civil war
<br>created by the KGB-Khad (propaganda) closely fits the
<br>biases of Ziaul Haq and ISI. This Islamist leadership
<br>was subsequently adopted by Ziaul Haq because of the
<br>ISIs claims of tight control over the radical
<br>revivalist Islamist movements as well the ensuring
<br>ideological endorsement from Pakistans Jamat-e-Islami
<br>and the Saudi Arabian leadership. (The new prime
<br>minister) Benazir Bhutto cannot afford to disavow and
<br>disassociate herself from the Afghan leadership built
<br>by her father, let alone confront the ISI on the
<br>conduct of its Afghan operations.
<br>
<br>The report further states, Given this, the reports of
<br>Hezb-e-Islami victories served the ISIs intrinsic
<br>interests so well that it had no desire to doubt them
<br>and indeed politically could not afford to. With the
<br>Zia regime wholeheartedly committed to Gulbuddin
<br>Hekmatyar, any attempt to challenge or verify his
<br>(Hekmatyars) claims was swiftly crushed by
<br>Islamabads highest echelons. Moreover, it was in the
<br>personal interest of numerous ISI senior officers and
<br>operatives who were embezzling the ever-growing flow
<br>of US and Saudi military and financial assistance to
<br>ensure that the process should continue.
<br>
<br>The false information from Islamabad to Washington
<br>through CIA resulted in the termination of aid in 1989
<br>and the ISI plan to launch a massive attack on
<br>Jalalabad.
<br>
<br>The debacle was so huge that even today the last body
<br>count has not yet been confirmed and neither the
<br>original planner brought to justice. The worse part of
<br>the story is that the Hekmatyar group was already
<br>working for the KGB and had in fact co-operated with
<br>the Soviet troops in persecution and subsequent defeat
<br>of other resistance factions.
<br>
<br>Hekmatyar is also termed in the report as a commander
<br>who killed more Mujahideen than Soviet Afghan
<br>soldiers. The report recalls a curious incident where
<br>the ISI had to lose its two top agents in order to
<br>protest Hekmatyar and his KGB network from being
<br>exposed to the media. In the spring of 1985, a senior
<br>resistance commanders source in the Soviet
<br>intelligence network agreed to disclose the Hekmatyar
<br>dossier in Moscow in the return for the safe passage
<br>for his family. As the CIA prepared itself the task,
<br>the whole network was betrayed to the Soviets after a
<br>call for a top-level meeting by resistance commanders
<br>was intercepted by Hekmatyar.
<br>
<br>Within twenty-four hours, a Soviet special flight
<br>IL-63M plane was arranged which flew the source to
<br>Tashkent never to be heard of again. The aftermath
<br>indicated the Hekmatyar was afraid that the credible
<br>source would expose his true identity. For the ISI,
<br>recognizing the gravity of the betrayal meant doubting
<br>the reliability of Hekmatyar and the self-serving
<br>empire built around his myth. Therefore, the ISI
<br>decided to suppress the incident eve though two of its
<br>won/operatives were amongst those arrested and
<br>transferred to Tashkent.
<br>
<br>Hekmatyars meteoric rise came after his expulsion
<br>from the Kabul Military Academy. Till then, he was a
<br>staunch communist and later infiltrated into Muslim
<br>fundamentalist groups on the behest of the KGB and
<br>Khad. He arranged his first professional assassination
<br>of a Maoist communist leader in Kabul in 1972 and then
<br>entered the Muslim Brotherhood as the older leadership
<br>began to be killed under mysterious circumstances.
<br>
<br>The KGB-Hekmatyar co-operation could be judged from
<br>the fact that the resistance commanders in the Maidan
<br>area were afraid to ambush Soviet envys for fear of
<br>reprisal from Hezb-e-Islami. Hekmatyar also managed to
<br>destroy two ammunition depots and five weapons trucks
<br>stripping Jamaiat-e-Islami leader Ahmed Shah Massoud
<br>of weapons near the Pakistani border of Garan Chashma.
<br>
<br>
<br>The ISI, the Task Force reports states, monitored the
<br>ambush of Tekhar province where senior Jamiat
<br>commanders were killed. Some of them were brutally
<br>tortured. The communication system and messages
<br>exchanged were on the same frequency range as that of
<br>the ISI. The tussle between Ahmed Shah Massoud and ISI
<br>reached the peak in 1988, when Massoud refused to
<br>surrender to ISI pressure. In return, his aid was
<br>completely cut off forcing him to buy weapons from the
<br>black market.
<br>
<br>The assassination of Afghan liberal intellectual,
<br>Majrooh, was orchestrated by the Hezb-e-Islami in
<br>Peshawar where the Hezb hit-team included a SPETNAZ
<br>commando from the Soviet Union. The ISI briefed
<br>Hekmatyar and with KGB KHAD assistance, the gulf
<br>between Pashtuns and other nationalities widened,
<br>Today an average of 200 people are killed daily in
<br>Afghanistan in continued battles between ethnic and
<br>sectarian minorities.
<br>
<br>The Hekmatyar phenomenon of violence occurred when
<br>General Hameed Gul was the ISI chief and later though
<br>officially retired, often found himself in Peshawar
<br>while General Asif Durrani sat as the Director General
<br>in ISI in Islamabad. Incidentally, it was during the
<br>same period that the Iran-Contra Affair reached its
<br>peak and Pakistan was cited as a willing participant
<br>in the scam. This at least indicated the huge heroin
<br>transportation by ships from the Pakistani coast of
<br>Makran to the islands of Mauritius and Africa between
<br>1985 and 1988.
<br>
<br>According to the much acclaimed Saudi aid to Hekmatyar
<br>also has a dark side. The great Afghan expert on
<br>Muslim strategy, General Kamal Adham, also the former
<br>head of the Saudi intelligence agency, is now under
<br>house arrest. He was responsible for arranging the
<br>meeting between Hekmatyar and a Soviet representative,
<br>Yu Voroustsov, in Taif Saudi Arabia. The meeting was
<br>requested by Dr.Najeebullah, the former President of
<br>Afghanistan in 1989. The reason for the arrest of
<br>Kamal Adham is said to be his role in heroin money
<br>laundering and recycling of drug money through BCCI.
<br>It was also the same period when two Israeli Defense
<br>force members were killed in an ambush in Afghanistan
<br>while invited by the ISI in 1986.
<br>
<br>The report, it is believed in Paris, would cause
<br>further headaches to the propaganda officers of the
<br>Republican Party in the forthcoming US elections where
<br>President Bush finds himself trailing at the bottom in
<br>opinion polls.
<br>
<br>The questions often asked buy security experts here is
<br>why the CIA and ISI failed to give the true picture of
<br>events and character of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.
<br>
<br>Does Hekmatyar continue to serve a large purpose which
<br>some-how forms the New World Order now that war of
<br>nationalities funded by heroin engulf South West Asia?

#39   Abdulazim11.02.2003 - 22:38
The N.Alliance is a group of bandits,rapist and murderer!We ,the Hezbe-Islami , will not allow them to rule Afghanistan. At first we will capture Nangarhar , Lagman and Nuristan ,where we have a lot of brave pure-Afghan fighters.Than , we will Continue the holy war against foreigners and N.Alliance.

#38   Abdul11.02.2003 - 22:38
Heute ist ein Tag der Freude!
<br>Kabul ist befreit!!
<br>An diesem schönen Tag eine herzliche Gratulation zu Deiner wunderbaren und sehr informativen Seite.
<br>wasalam jan

#37   Lilian11.02.2003 - 22:38
Ahmad Shah Massud war der Beste!

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