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http://www.isaf.nato.int/article/isaf-releases/isaf-joint-command-morning-operational-update-17.html

ISAF Joint Command morning operational update, Nov. 29, 2011















KABUL, Afghanistan (Nov. 29, 2011) — A Haqqani
network leader was captured by a combined Afghan and coalition security
force during an operation in Sabari district, Khost province, today.

The facilitator distributed roadside bombs and planned attacks against Afghan forces.

One additional suspected insurgent was detained during the operation.

In other International Security Assistance Force news throughout Afghanistan:

East

A
combined Afghan and coalition security force captured a Taliban
facilitator during an operation in Ghazni district, Ghazni province,
today. The facilitator directed attacks against Afghan forces. The
security force detained one additional suspected insurgent during the
operation.

Today, in Yahya Khel district, Paktika province, a
combined Afghan and coaltion task force conducted an operation in search
of a Haqqani network leader. The leader is responsible for numerous
attacks against Afghan forces. The security force confiscated bomb
making material and detained two suspected insurgents during the
operation.

A combined Afghan and coalition security force
captured an al Qaida facilitator and killed two insurgents during an
operation in Surkh Rod district, Nangarhar province, today. The
facilitator served as a courier between Afghanistan and Pakistan and
delivered supplies to insurgents. During the operation, two individuals
were observed displaying hostile intent toward the security force.
Assessing an immediate threat, the security force engaged, killing both
insurgents. One additional suspected insurgent was detained.

Today,
in search of a Taliban leader, in Maidan Shahr district, Wardak
province, a combined Afghan and coalition security force killed one
insurgent during an operation. The leader plans attacks against Afghan
forces in Maidan Shahr district. The security force observed an armed
individual exit a building during the operation. The individual
positioned himself in a tree line and was engaged by the security force.
The insurgent was armed with an AK-47 assault rifle and wearing a chest
rack with multiple magazines and a grenade. One additional suspected
insurgent was detained during the operation.

A combined Afghan
and coalition security force captured a Taliban facilitator during an
operation in Maiwand district, Kandahar province, today. The facilitator
distributed roadside bombs, weapons, ammunition, and, provided
financial support to insurgent fighters in Kandahar province. The
security force detained two additional suspected insurgents during the
operation


In Yahya Khel district, Paktika province, a
combined Afghan and coalition security force discovered a drug cache,
yesterday. Approximately 110 pounds (50 kilograms) of hashish and 60
pounds (27 kilograms) or poppy seeds were found at the scene. The
remaining drugs were confiscated by the Afghan Security Forces to be
used as evidence.

A weapons cache was handed over to Afghan and
coalition forces by a local Afghan in Tanai district, Khost province,
yesterday. The weapons cache consisted of nine grenades, six
rocket-propelled grenades, 11 RPG motors, various amounts of small arms
and machine gun ammunition, three containers of homemade explosives and
more than 100 components used to construct improvised explosive
devices. All of the seized weapons have been scheduled for destruction
at a later date.


Added: Nov-29-2011 Occurred On: Nov-29-2011
By: Fullon Tard
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  • I guess 'martyrdom' is for the subservient muslim fools. If he were a true muslim, he would have 'martyred' himself also. Funny how the muslim leaders never want to 'martyr' themselves but get their underling sheeple to do it instead.

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    • @MERCILESS

      This is because a dead terrorist is just that, a dead terrorist and nothing more. They may claim otherwise but a dead terrorist is always quickly forgotten so sheeple wouldn't be reminded about them.

      Or does anyone remember Yasser Arafat? They used to claim that his death would create a martyr that would be even more dangerous than what he was alive.

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  • love the picture

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  • ehhhh that pic if from palastine, and that old men is no leader or anything!!!!

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  • Read a lot of captured documents and transcripts of ICOM chatter during the Marjah Campaign. Same thing. The footsoldiers for the Taliban and HIG were furious at their leaders for running their asses to Pakistan after we telgraphed the operation. Their soldiers to their credit, stuck it out and fought it out.

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