Monday

Extremists Disrupt Military Parade (Afghanistan)

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)
"We just wanted to show to the world that we can attack anywhere we want to." #- Mr. Mujahed
An ex-Mujahed talks about extremist groups, and the trap of mistaking terrorism for jihad. Story/ ...Today's deadly attack reminds the region of the extremist's strive for primacy... And their cult-creed fundamentalism; of which pose threat to all secular governments of the Arab world...


(AP Photo/Musadeq Sadeq)
The stability of this region would require the flow of smuggled weaponry to cease, and drug exports to be curtailed by united regional resolve...
But unless there is complete cooperation by all mid east states; we will see political fragmentation, economic meltdown, ethnic and sectarian warfare, on the increase...And further spread of death cult extremists.

Caption: Afghanistan on Sunday April 27, 2008 Automatic gunfire broke out at the ceremony, forcing dignitaries including the Afghanistan's president to take cover. A defense ministry spokesman says President Hamid Karzai, all Cabinet members and foreign diplomats are safe.


There can be no mistake that this region, lost to extremists, could impart an unstoppable Socio-economic Cataclysm for the 'entire' region...
Every effort should be made to challenge weak regions of the M. East; such as Islam Qala, near Herat, on the Afghan side of the border with Iran, weapons and explosives such as armour-piercing roadside bombs are being trafficked to the insurgents. #

Immediate Reactions from Int'l Community...
Germany's Merkel calls Karzai to express dismay
The World pledge ongoing... - 3 hours ago
Merkel's spokesman Ulrich Wilhelm says the chancellor assured Karzai that Germany "will remain engaged close at Afghanistan's side...

French, Canadian ministers pledge Afghan support
AFP - 45 minutes ago
OTTAWA (AFP) — Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Maxime Bernier on Sunday strongly condemned the "terrorist attack" in Kabul in which Afghan President Hamid...

Sarkozy vows to stand by Afghan president after attack
Times of India, India - 1 hour ago
PARIS: French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Sunday offered Afghan counterpart Hamid Karzai his "resolute and constant" support after the latter's escape from...

Pranab condemns attack on Karzai
Hindu, India - 7 hours ago
Kolkata (PTI): External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday condemned the attack on Afghan President Hamid Karzai and called upon the international...


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