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Insurgent Commanders Captured in Uruzgan, Taliban financier Arrested
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KABUL, Afghanistan (August 3, 2012) – Two
insurgent commanders were captured during two separate Afghan-led security
operations on July 31 in Uruzgan province, southern Afghanistan.







Mullah
Shah Wali commanded nearly 30 insurgents and is a key member of the Improvised
Explosive Device (IED) supply and facilitation network in Tarin Kot district.
The
Taliban commander has been known to lead several significant attacks against Afghan National
Police checkpoints in Uruzgan’s west.



Mullah
Zadar led a cell of up to 30 insurgents known to be responsible for attacking Afghan National
Security Force checkpoints and placing IEDs in the Deh Rafshan area of Uruzgan
province.



The
operations that led to the capture of the two insurgent commanders
demonstrate the evolving abilities of the National Directorate of
Security in
Uruzgan and the Afghan National Security Forces.



In other International Security
Assistance Force news throughout Afghanistan:

An Afghan and coalition security force arrested a Taliban
financier in Zurmat district, Paktiya province, today.

The Taliban
financier extorted money and supplies from local villagers to fund Taliban
operations, as well as directing improvised explosive device attacks throughout
the district

The
financier also enforced Taliban law, using threats of violence to intimidate
Afghans.

As a result
of this operation, the security force also detained five suspected insurgents
and seized multiple firearms.



Central



An Afghan
and coalition security force killed multiple armed insurgents during an
operation in Jani Khel district, Paktiya province, today.

During the
operation, the security force positively identified a group of insurgents armed
with assault rifles and rocket-propelled grenades. After ensuring no civilians
were in the vicinity, the security force engaged the armed insurgents with a
precision airstrike, killing six.

A
post-strike assessment determined no civilians were harmed and no civilian
property was damaged during the operation.

North



An Afghan and coalition security
force detained two suspected insurgents during an operation to arrest a Taliban
leader in Chimtal district, Balkh province, today. The Taliban leader is
responsible for insurgent activity in eastern Chimtal, including multiple
attacks using small arms, indirect fire and improvised explosive devices
against Afghan and coalition forces.

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Added: Aug-6-2012 Occurred On: Aug-6-2012
By: catthirteen
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  • "Sixteen hearts and 7 minds were captured in the Northwest provinces, according to the Truth Ministry"...

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  • ANA OK

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  • Happy hunting.

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  • Why dont we see any pics of this? Maybe they did kill and cpture peoples, but i geuess its just some pore pashtu farmers.

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  • No source.

    Googled it. Led to 'Storify' (social media blog).

    Trimmed and quoted = 3 results (2x LiveLeak and Storify).

    Also, Storify profile named after SOJTFA (Afghan SF). So, Official raid and no one is reporting this news?

    Checked SOJTFA Twitter and it's not there either.

    Then, let's use logic.

    What are your chances of capturing Martyrdom Seekers/Jihadis?

    Not anywhere near as high as non muslim fighters.

    I would argue that this article is propaganda that is just being passed along More..

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