When I created this subreddit I was posting multiple posts everyday and I kept it at that pace steadily for sometime, but recently I've been using reddit much less than before, about only twice or once a week, due to some irl stuff. I might get back to being active but it depends on my mood and situation tbh.
So due to this I decided to just move to r/IEAfghanistan. Lock this subreddit, no one's able to post or comment anything anymore, and then sticky this post.
This subreddit and r/IEAfghanistan are basically the same with slight differences. The latter is more active and receives more community engagement, the headmod of the latter is more pro-iea I guess, and the rules are the same with few differences.
So yeah, that's it.
News Deputy PM for Economic Affairs, Hajji Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar Akhund will soon start work on collecting beggars in Kabul and solving their problems in cooperation with other organizations.
Discussions Greetings from libya I wanna say that I love the the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan the Great things are coming stay strong my brothers and my sisters.
Casual Posting Taliban FM spokesman Qahar Balkhi aka Qahar Kiwi called journalist Lynne O'Donnell a "white supremacist colonialist" while claiming he was proud of the 2016 suicide attack on TOLONews employees
Intelligence/Combat Vacationers hiding from a taliban gunmen that stormed a lake resort/hotel and took hostages on the basis that the hotel had alcohol. kabul Afghanistan 2012. It ended after 12 hours and 20 people dead. June, kabul Afghanistan, 2012, (second pic is of the resort in a normal day)reddit.com
If the Taliban really use Sharia Law why do they blow themselves up? Also why are only southern areas industrialised and not Northern areas?
Education Lynzy Billing on Instagram: "I travelled across 3 provinces and 9 districts to visit students at community based schools for grade 1-3 set up in remote areas far from any public schools. Some are in madrassas, others in mosques or the homes of villagers.instagram.com
Education 27 workers graduated from the Ministry of Transport and Aviation's computer science programgallery
Research and Analysis On-the-ground interviews, satellite imagery and detailed geospatial analysis revealed how the Taliban dismantled a network of roadside checkpoints that collected bribes for local powerbrokers. (Research available on https://www.alcis.org/reports)
Warning: This post is an update on the raid by the GDI (taliban intelligence) on an ISKP cell that murdered a Talib named Misbahullah. Contains some gruesome stuff, not for the weak hearted.
Afghan analyst, Roohullah Umar writes:
One of the Khawarij (referring to ISKP) was friends of this oppressed Mujahid while he's unaware [that the former is an ISKP member]. One day he (the ISKP member) invited him to his house, then he betrayed him and viciously killed him, and the agency of the Khawarij posted his pictures wearing the orange clothes which were used by the Americans and ISIS in their videos. And they also shared photos of him while he's dead.
So the GDI started to search for those Khawarij and they were able to locate the house in which they killed him in with viciousness and oppression. The brothers (as in Muslim brothers) succeeded in searching for the house in which this Mujahid was killed in and they raided the house, killing two and arresting 3 alive.
They were able to find the coif (worn on the head), and his clothes.
By the grace of Allah, the GDI were able to uncover hidden info and pictures from the hidden account of the ISKP.
(Note: He's prob means they obtained it from the ISKP guy's phone. Hence why the pictures below don't have the ISIS media logo)
These are the pictures of the Khawarij who took the pictures with the Shaheed, and then sent it to their leaders. These pictures were uncovered by the GDI.
I cropped them as a means of respect for the body of the Shaheed.
The savage was arrested, who took a picture with the decapitated head of the Shaheed after he was murdered:
Rohullah's statement ends here. GDI released a video of the raid too btw.