Operation Nusrat (Victory) Understanding the Taliban Threat to Kunduz Province
DuPee, Matthew C.
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This "report substantiates that a most deplorable act of crime and atrocity has taken place in Kunduz province in which Afghan civilians have been targeted. The Charter of the United Nation, principles of the Amnesty International and the Geneva Conventions clearly oppose such crimes. If the United Nation, the Amnesty International and other human rights entities, the Islamic Conference and finally the so-called civilized world respect the value of the blood of a human being, their sincerity and commitment will be put to test following this horrendous event. If the judges sitting in the Hague tribunal do not summon the perpetrators of this event to question them, or at least do not show reaction in the shape of condemnation against this event, then what face will they have to raise the voice of prosecuting perpetrators of crimes of humanity. Ostensibly, they issue summons time and again to bring to book those who are involved in crimes of humanity. The event in Kunduz will prove that whether the world entities of human rights are sincerely working for the protections of human rights or they only raise empty slogans. To end, we express our sympathy with the people of Kunduz for this atrocious event and suffice to remind them of the following divine message in order to deliver them from the violence of colonialism 'Do not think Allah is unaware of the deed the wrongdoers do but He only postpones it until the Day when their eyes will be blurred. (True is the Word of Allah)"
This article was published in Culture and Conflict Review (Fall 2009), v.3 no.3
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