In a session aiming to praise the bravery of an Afghan Special Forces Commander, Akbar Andarabi, who was killed in an operation against the terrorists that attacked the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF), Afghan officials called on soldiers to fight against the terrorist groups in order to save the independence of the country.
“We are struggling to win an unannounced war, in the past Russians invaded clearly to Afghanistan, today the insurgents are trying to occupy our country covering themselves under the name of Islam,” Taj Mohammad Jahid the Afghan Minister of Interior said.
At the same time, Police Special Forces Commander ordered all his troops to be rough against the terrorists.
“Taliban have no mercy over anything, they are attacking our religion, our mosques and our people. If we show mercy towards them that means we have put our people in misery,” General Sayed Mohammad Roshandel, the commander of police special forces unit said.
Religious scholars say that providing security for the public and fighting for their peace and stability is Jihad.
“Fighting against those who disrespect to dead bodies, holy Quran, honor and dignity of Islam is Jihad in the way of Allah,” a religious scholar condemning the Taliban attacks said.
Commander Akbar Andrabi was a young member of the Afghan police special forces unit who served about eight years under the flag of Afghanistan and fought against the terrorists to foil many coordinated attacks by terrorists.
Reported by: Ahmad Farshad Saleh