March 06, 2021

War Crimes (November 2020)

War Crimes (November 2020)

On Sunday 1st November, two innocent civilians were martyred in an indiscriminate air attack of the internal forces in second circle (zone) near the center of Badakhshan province.

On Sunday 1st November, a civilian house was raided by 01 Brigade of the internal forces in Ghulaman area near the center of Farah province, in which the owner of the house was martyred while his wife was injured.

On Sunday 1st November, two civilians were martyred in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in Doaba village near the center of Badakhshan province.

On Sunday 1st November, four civilians were martyred by ‘Campaign Forces’ in Gulnam and ‘Oshki Dand’ villages of Sabari district in Khost province.

On Monday 2nd November, a civilian (named Abdul Hakim) was martyred by the internal forces in Gazang village of ‘Yaftal Paeen’ district in Badakhshan province.

On Monday 2nd November, a mosque was indiscriminately bombed by the internal forces in ‘Barat Khail’ village of ‘Khawaja Umri’ district in Ghazni province, in which one person while offering prayer was martyred and another one was injured.

On Tuesday 3rd November, a mosque was indiscriminately bombed by the internal forces in ‘Gul Karak’ village of Khogyani district in Ghazni province, in which the mosque was destroyed but no casualties were reported.

On Tuesday 3rd November, six children were martyred and injured when a playground came under blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in Digharo area of Gizab district in Daikundi province.

On Tuesday 3rd November, civilian houses in ‘Sofi Ghundy’ area of Badail valley in Narang district of Kunar province were raided by the internal forces, in which two civilians were martyred while several houses were damaged.

On Tuesday 3rd November, three women and two children were martyred in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Nao Abad’ area of ‘Khan Abad’ district in Kunduz province.

On Wednesday 4th November, three civilians were wounded when residential area came under blind artillery shelling of the internal forces in ‘Arab Qashlaq’ area of Zari district in Balkh province.

On Wednesday 4th November, civilian people had gathered to watch a military base seized by Taliban, as they came under indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in ‘Nao Abad’ area of ‘Khan Abad’ district in Kunduz province. According to media reports, thirteen civilians were martyred while seventeen more were injured in this attack.

On Wednesday 4th November, a child was martyred while three more civilians were injured in a blind air attack of the internal forces in ‘Nao Abad’ area of ‘Khan Abad’ district in Kunduz province.

On Wednesday 4th November, two women and a child were injured while several civilian houses were damaged in blind artillery shelling of the internal forces in ‘Korak Arabia’ area near the center of Saripul province.

On Wednesday 4th November, a white-bearded aged man and a child were martyred in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Sultan Bagh’ village of Shilgar district in Ghazni province.

On Thursday 5th November, a women was martyred while a child was injured in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Ainak Dalway’ village of Nava district in Helmand province.

On Friday 6th November, civilian houses came under blind artillery shelling of the internal forces in ‘Bigger Tarmai’ and ‘Smallar Tarmai’ areas in Khogyani district of Nangarhar province, in which six people of one and the same family were injured while a child was martyred.

On Saturday 7th November, a mulla imam (the one who leads congregational prayers) was martyred while six more villagers were injured in the indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in the outskirts of the center of Zari district in Balkh province.

On Saturday 7th November, a student (named Asad) was ruthlessly martyred in front of his family members by the internal forces in fourth circle (zone) of Jalalabad city, the center of Nangarhar province.

On Sunday 8th November, a civilian (named Hazrat Umar) was martyred by the internal forces in ‘Baki Khail’ village of ‘Khair Kot’ district in Paktika province.

On Sunday 8th November, a civilian was martyred while another one was injured by pro-government militiamen called Sangoriyan in Ghoryan bazaar of Herat province.

On Monday 9th November, a women was martyred while a child was injured when a house was attacked by notorious Arbaki militiamen in the outskirts of Kishindeh district of Balkh province.

On Monday 9th November, two women were martyred when a house was indiscriminately bombed by internal forces in Divaro village of Sang-i-Hisar district in Kandahar province.

On Tuesday 10th November, four civilians were wounded in blind artillery shelling of the internal forces in ‘Mamur Khail’ village of Khoshamand district in Paktika province.

On Tuesday 10th November, an eighty years old scholar (Moulavi Burhanuddin) was martyred in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in Razgar area of Shinwari district in Parwan province.

On Tuesday 10th November, three civilians (Khudai Gul, his son and another villager) were martyred in the indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in ‘Haidar Abad’ village of ‘Faiz Abad’ district in Jowzjan province.

On Wednesday 11th November, three children were injured in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in Niyazullah village of Shilgar district in Ghazni province.

On Wednesday 11th November, ten civilian people were martyred and wounded when civilian houses were indiscriminately bombed by the internal forces near ‘Akhtar Tapa’ area of ‘Khan Abad’ district in Kunduz province.

On Thursday 12th November, a civilian was martyred while two women and another aged man were injured in blind artillery shelling of the internal forces in Razgard area of Shinwari district in Parwan province.

On Thursday 12th November, two women and four children were injured in random artillery shelling of the internal forces in ‘Sar Asiyab’ area of Qaisar district in Faryab province.

On Thursday 12th November, a woman was martyred while another one was injured when a civilian house was hit in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in Laliwal village of Shilgar district in Ghazni province.

On Saturday 14th November, a civilian was forced out of his home and then ruthlessly martyred as his house was raided by the so called ‘Campaign Forces’ in Mangaso village near the center of Khost province.

On Saturday 14th November, four civilians including women were martyred and injured in blind artillery shelling of the internal forces in Ghozak valley of Argo district in Badakhshan province.

On Tuesday 17th November, civilian houses came under blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Gul Tapa’ area of Kunduz province, in which five people including women and children were martyred and six more were injured in one house, while a woman was martyred in another house.

On Tuesday 17th November, a civilian man and a child were martyred in the indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in Deh-i-Sheikh area of Dehrawud district in Uruzgan province.

On Tuesday 17th November, a women and three children were martyred in random shelling of the internal forces in ‘Gohar Gin’ village of Nawa district in Helmand province.

On Tuesday 17th November, a dental clinic was raided by ‘Campaign Forces’ in the central bazaar of Khost province, in which and a doctor named Siddique Husain was forces out from the clinic and then ruthlessly martyred in ‘Sahra Bagh’ area of the same province.

On Wednesday 18th November, a child was martyred near a local school of ‘Chahar Suq’ village in Musahi district of Kabul province.

On Wednesday 18th November, a civilian (named Abdul Hameed) was martyred while two more people were injured by the notorious Arbaki militiamen in main bazaar of Maqur district in Ghazni province.

On Thursday 20th November, the house of a local doctor (named Khaksar) was first raided and then bombed by the internal forces in ‘Char Bagh’ area of Qarghaee district in Laghman province, in which the doctor himself was martyred while his nephew was incarcerated by the internal forces.

On Friday 20th November, residential area was indiscriminately bombed by the foreign invaders and internal forces in the central area of Gizab district in Daikundi province, in which five people including women and children were martyred while two children were injured.

On Saturday 21st November, two civilians (named Nur Rahman and Khyrullah) were forced out of their homes and then ruthlessly martyred during a raid of ‘Campaign Forces’ in ‘Khani Khuar’ area near the center of Khost province.

On Saturday 21st November, a religious scholar (named Moulavi Khudaidad) while teaching the village children, was forced out of his madrassa, martyred in mid village and then ruthlessly dragged by a tank to their check post by the internal forces in Makiyan village of Takhta-Pul district in Kandahar province.

On Sunday 22nd November, two civilian countrymen were martyred in blind artillery shelling of the internal forces in Arzlik area of Qaisar district in Faryab province.

On Monday 23rd November, a white-bearded man (named Haji Agha Mohammad Kaka) was martyred in blind firing of the internal forces in ‘Surkh Sang’ village of Arghandab district in Zabul province.

On Tuesday 24th November, a civilian was martyred by the unrestrained Arbaki militiamen in Alghan area of Gospandi district in Saripul province.

On Tuesday 24th November, the CHC clinic was badly damaged in the indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in Almar district of Faryab province.

On Tuesday 24th November, a civilian was martyred in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in Haji Amanullah village of Nahrin district in Baghlan province.

On Tuesday 26th November, four civilian shops and a clinic were destroyed when local bazaar was indiscriminately bombed by the internal forces in ‘Naik Abad’ area of Gizab district in Daikundi province.

On Thursday 26th November, the house of a civilian (named Amanullah) was indiscriminately bombed by the internal forces in Kokchile area of Aab-i-Kumri district in Badghis province, in which twelve member of his family including himself were ruthlessly martyred.

On Thursday 26th November, three civilians were injured while livestock and other stuff of local people were destroyed when Haroon-2 village was hit in mortar shelling blindly fired by internal forces from premises of Mangjik district of Jowzjan province.

On Thursday 26th November, fifteen civilians including women and children were martyred and wounded when ‘Divan Varkh’ bazaar and surrounding villages came under indiscriminate mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Dehrawud’ district of Uruzgan province.

On Thursday 26th November, a villager was martyred, two children were injured and significant financial losses were inflicted on the local people in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Zar Kamar’ area of ‘Dawlat Shah’ district in Laghman province.

On Friday 27th November, five civilian people were martyred and injured in random mortar shelling of the internal forces near main bazaar of Qaisar district in Faryab province.

On Friday 27th November, three villagers were martyred and wounded while financial losses were inflicted on local people in blind mortar shelling of the internal forces in ‘Ghulam By’ village of ‘Central Baghlan’ district in Baghlan province.

On Friday 27th November, eight civilian people were injured and significant financial losses were inflicted on local people in the indiscriminate bombing of the internal forces in the outskirts of Kohistan district in Herat province.

On Monday 30th November, sixty solar panels from local tube wells and water pumps as well as other valuables were taken away and eventually fifteen houses were demolished by the internal forces in Karezak area of Maiwand district in Kandahar province.

On Monday 30th November, four civilian people were martyred while a man and a woman were injured in blind mortar shelling of 02 Brigade of the internal forces in Basram and ‘Badi Abad’ areas of Mehtarlam city, the center of Laghman province.

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

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