For the learned analysts, of course, Â the “soldier fled leaving his motive unclear”….
WoJ readers might be able to help them out with that “motive” mystery. But heaven forbid that anyone connects the dots! Â Infidel blood is cheap in the age of the Muslim POTUS Obama:
“Earlier this month, an Afghan soldier killed three British service members with gunfire and a rocket-propelled grenade and in November, an Afghan policeman killed five British soldiers at a checkpoint in Helmand.”
And here is yet another. The rate of various failures of discipline among Afghan soldiers — defections, disappearances (including those 46 or more who haveÂ disappeared in theÂ U.S. after coming here for “training”), and outright murder should point to far more at work here than the official story of a developing country getting its bearings and facing some bumps in the road. But as always, there is the ideological component of jihad, together with a pervasive disregard for non-Sharia law, that constitute a persistent “elephant in the room.”
“Afghanistan: Two Americans killed by ‘alliance’ soldier,” fromÂ AdnKronos International, July 21:
Other JW links:
- UK: New report says counter-terror efforts are alienating Muslims
- Al-Awlaki calls for Muslims in the U.S. to wage jihad against government
- Iran’s supreme leader tells Muslims to fight American and British “terrorism”
- Taliban “Insurgents” Behead Six Policemen in Afghanistan
- Iran’s Sakineh Be Stoned Possibly Today
- Rashid Khalidi Appeals for Funds for Ship to Run Israeli Blockade of Gaza
- Afghan gov’t: Soldier shot Americans amid argument
- Afghan soldier kills three at army base
- Four dead at Afghan shooting range
“last year alone there have been at least a dozen separate cases of Afghan soliders suddenly turning on their US/UK/NATO ‘comrades’ and killing them. After each one we get the usual “…this is a lone individual who does not in any way represent the heroic Afghan soldiers..” Nonsense.”
Kabul, 21 July (AKI) – Two American civilians and two Afghan soldiers were killed Tuesday on a military base in northern Afghanistan,Â NATOÂ said.
The attacker – an Afghan soldier at the base outside Mazar-e-Sharif -opened fire during a weapons exercise,Â NATOÂ said in a statement. The shooter was among those killed.
NATOÂ and Afghan authorities will conduct a joint investigation into the incident, according to Afghan defence ministry spokesman Gen. Mohammad Zahir Azimi.
The soldier fled after that attack, leaving his motive unclear, according to a news report.
No information about the American civilians was immediately available but contractors commonly work on military bases.
Earlier this month, an Afghan soldier killed three British service members with gunfire and a rocket-propelled grenade and in November, an Afghan policeman killed five British soldiers at a checkpoint in Helmand.