The Afghan Intel Crisis: Satellite State -- War of Interests and the Blame Game

The Afghan Intel Crisis: Satellite State -- War of Interests and the Blame Game

The Afghan Intel Crisis: Satellite State -- War of Interests and the Blame Game

The Afghan Intel Crisis: Satellite State -- War of Interests and the Blame Game

Synopsis

The War on Terror has left Afghanistan without a viable centralized intelligence agency. Thousands of bloodstained and heartbreaking stories in newspapers, journals and books document the failures of the KHAD and NDS. The government and military are both crippled by the bad intel due to lack of mutual trust and limited information sharing.

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Patients were charred in their beds, doctors and other staff members were roasted. Medics were decapitated in the blast. Some patients and doctors tried to escape but they were gunned down by us aircraft. Doctors without Borders condemned the us war crimes in Kunduz Hospital. the msf Chief, Dr. Joanne Liu, said: “No one calls a rape a complex gynecological emergency. a rape is rape, just as genocide is genocide.” Sometimes, intelligence failure results in an ugly picture of war crime. the us army killed 42 people including 14 innocent patients and doctors in Kunduz hospital, and then argued that the $5 billion intelligence computer system had failed. This was undoubtedly an ignominious joke on the citizens of an occupied country, where the us is free to kill, torture, and kidnap civilians with impunity. a Persian proverb beautifully illustrates this inhuman act in few words: “Don’t trust those who don’t trust God, and if you don’t recognize God, at least know Him by His power.”

In 15 years of us war in Afghanistan, the cia, Pentagon and the us army have slaughtered thousands of Afghan citizens in their unjust war against a weak and a poor country where 95 percent people have no idea what 9/11 means. They committed countless atrocities, bombed wedding parties killing over 150 in three separate attacks. a 2007 aerial bombing by nato on a Helmand Province neighborhood left at least 50 civilians dead. in 2010, a group of 11 American soldiers in Kandahar who called themselves the “Kill Team” were caught murdering at least three civilians. in 2012, the U.S. military came under fire for a viral video showing Marines urinating on Afghan corpses. On many occasions, cia and Pentagon men raped, tortured and cruelly treated detainees during interrogations in Afghanistan between 2003 and 2014.

The post-Cold War era has seen an appalling distortion in the definition of national security. in the Cold War, and the present . . .

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