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TX Dispatch-3

TX Dispatch-3

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DISPATCH-3 Dated: Nov. 3, 2010

Everyone is enjoying the so called successful NATO & American raids (South Afghanistan in Particular), forgetting the fact that Taliban foiled the whole Enduring Freedom subsequently dozens of failed timepass Operations, resulted in a Healthy Codename Dictionary, but No Progress. Although ISAF officers keep saying airstrikes put insurgents under great pressure,the fact is they failed to capture or kill a single 3rd grade Commander.
terminal x intelligence briefs

DISPATCH-3 Dated: Nov. 3, 2010

Everyone is enjoying the so called successful NATO & American raids (South Afghanistan in Particular), forgetting the fact that Taliban foiled the whole Enduring Freedom subsequently dozens of failed timepass Operations, resulted in a Healthy Codename Dictionary, but No Progress. Although ISAF officers keep saying airstrikes put insurgents under great pressure,the fact is they failed to capture or kill a single 3rd grade Commander.

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DISPATCH-3Dated: Nov. 3, 2010Everyone is enjoying the so called successful NATO &American raids (South Afghanistan in Particular),forgetting the fact that Taliban foiled the wholeEnduring Freedom subsequently dozens of failed time-pass Operations, resulted in a Healthy CodenameDictionary, but No Progress.Although ISAF officers keep saying airstrikes putinsurgents under great pressure,the fact is they failedto capture or kill a single 3rd grade Commander. In theair strikes, only innocents died in great numbers. Workas a blackmailing to push Taliban fighters back onmountains, was certainly not a Win Over, but challengeAfghans to come back even more surprisingly.Taliban commanders claim they are foiling intensifiednight-time attacks by elite troops that "NATO officialshoped would bring Us to the negotiating table inAfghanistan. They are fooling their own self, Afghan
 
History is full of Surprises, we never lack Miracles bythe grace of Allah".Alien Officials say a fivefold increase in "kill orcapture" raids and escalating airstrikes are puttingthe Taliban under unprecedented pressure and promptingsome rebel groups to seek a ceasefire.But Afghan commanders from Helmand and Kandahar,interviewed in Kabul, say the effectiveness of NATOspecial operations forces has diminished."In the past year they have had a lot of successes withthese operations, but now we have got used to it andchanged our tactics," said the commander of a group of50 men in Dand, Kandahar province."At night we have two people in every village who donot go to sleep if they hear the helicopters, wecontact each other before they arrive."Another commander, now based in Marjah, a rural area ofHelmand which the US marines are struggling to subdue,had a similar story."In spring they came to try to arrest me, but when thehelicopters landed we were called by other bases and wequickly ran away from the house," he said. "They tooktwo men but two days later they were released."
 
"We know they have tippers: you go to a place and youget three guys but the real guy has snuck out the backdoor," the ISAF officer said.The commander from Marjah said his men were constantlyaware of the intelligence gathering aimed at catchingMujahids. "Whenever we see a spy plane, we know thatsomething is going to happen in this location, and weprepare for it," he said. "When we found a spy in thevillage, we hanged him from a tree."Aliens said "They are spending more of their timeplanning how to survive than planning attacks on thecoalition and civilians," the official said. "If we cankeep the Taliban moving, having to sleep in differentplaces every night, always losing sleep, talking lesson communication devices – that all works in ourfavour."(Ignorant)But Taliban Commander said "During the fight, my sidehas casualties and their side has casualties but thelocal people are supporting us and not them," he said."When someone dies, the villagers send one of theirsons to fight."Ehsan Zahine, the head of the Tribal Liaison Office, aresearch centre, said ISAF is mistaken, risking,foiled, completely unaware of a hidden Power inAfghanistan "It's creating a bunch of young guys whohave been trained in the madrassas and have one word intheir heads: Jihad."

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