Saturday, May 27, 2006

Chief Judge Shinwari fired

May 24, 2006, 24 minutes past 12 noon, the Afghan Parliament, led by Yunis Qanooni, the man whose life Jack saved, fired Chief Judge Shinwari leader of the Afghan Supreme Court and the most powerful judge in Afghanistan. Shinwari had been the major stumbling block in the Task Force Saber 7 case. Shinwari had insisted that Jack sign a statement against Yunis Qanooni and several Northern Alliance Generals who were allied with the US. Shinwari had three times overruled judges and stopped Jack’s release. Shinwari was a close friend of US Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad who, with US citizen Ahmad Ali Jalali, had ordered the arrest of Jack and his men in 2004. All three of them, Khalilzad, Jalali, and Shinwari, had extensive links to the Taliban and al-Qaida terrorists (yes, US Ambassador Khalilzad had twice brought the Taliban in American pre-9/11 in the hopes of securing formal recognition for their terrorist government. Five days ago, feeling Parliament pressure, Shinwari signed a release order for Jack and his team. But Shinwari never sent it to the Ministry of Justice. Northern Alliance justice Mohammed Yasin was confirmed as the new Chief of the Supreme Court in a new fast vote today at the Parliament. This could have huge implications for Jack and Task Force Saber.
Anyone notice the increased incidents of the Taliban engaging Coalition forces in southern Afghanistan this past week? Did any journalist happen to point out that this was happening in Karzai’s birth place, Kandahar?
Kandahar, Helmand and Uruzgan are the southern provinces worst hit by the insurgency. In the past year, Uruzgan’s largely inaccessible mountains have been the site of some of the heaviest fighting, but militants suffered high losses in battles with coalition forces, and the violence there had subsided in recent months.
Listen to this ridiculous reporting coming out of the Tribune again. Karzai, according to the Tribune, apparently went to visit Kandahar and terrorists fled (lol). Pamela Constable reports that people were running from the fighting in Kandahar:
2,000 and 3,000 people had escaped from the continuing combat in the Panjwayi district of Kandahar province, fearful both of attacks by Taliban forces and further assaults by U.S. warplanes, which killed at least 15 civilians Monday when they strafed village compounds where Taliban fighters had taken shelter.
Nice touch about the warplanes killing civilians. And Karzai, the touted ‘humanitarian’ that he is, according to the Tribune, visited a hospital for the wounded in a hospital:
Karzai arrived in the city on a U.S. military helicopter and visited a hospital where many victims of Monday’s air assault were being treated.
Aww…we should be impressed with his hospital visit using the US military to get him there, heh? Never do they comment that Kandahar is Karzai’s birthplace and never do they mention that Karzai is a Pashtun, which is synonymous with the Taliban.
Karzai was accompanied on the visit by Army Lt. Gen. Karl Eikenberry, the senior U.S. military officer in Afghanistan. In an earlier statement in the capital, Karzai said he had told Eikenberry at a meeting to make “every effort” to ensure civilian safety in the fight against Taliban and other insurgents.
He might start with NOT releasing and giving money to the Taliban when they release 200 or so of them every month from Pulacharke…but then they’ve “forgiven” the Taliban even though the Taliban is actively fighting and killing coalition forces.
What side is Karzai ON and why is an American puppet in Afghanistan’s government giving amnesty to terrorists?
This is what the press should be asking.

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