Taliban say attack on spy chief designed by mujahideen
10 December, 2012
KABUL: Rejecting the statement of Hamid Karzai that the attack on Afghan spy chief Asadullah Khalid was planned in Pakistan, the Taliban said on Sunday it was designed by the mujahideen of Taliban's Islamic Emirate.
In an interview with the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP), the Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said Pakistan had no hand behind the attack.
Asked whether the attack was designed in Pakistan, Mujahid said: "The Kabul puppets and their owners always put veil on the successes of mujahideen. It has now become a habit of the enemies of the country and Islam.
Despite our successful activities against the powerful force of 49 countries for the last 11 years, the enemy has not understood our power and still it has doubts on the strength of mujahideen."
"It will be good if all the internal enemies, including Karzai would understand that they could not stand against the devotees of Islam.
They should become followers of Haq (right). But unfortunately they still have wrong perception about the Taliban or they intentionally want to spread sabotaging propaganda.
The entire world has now knowledge about the strength of mujahdeen," Mujahid told the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP).
"This attack was planned and executed by the mujahideen of Islamic Emirate. No Pakistani has hand in it," he maintained.
The Taliban spokesman rejected involvement of foreign intelligence in the attack and said almighty Allah supported the mujahideen and showed them an unusual successful force.
" Our enemy, while not accepting their defeat, has always levelled such accusations, and possibly will keep levelling more allegations. But we deal with our God. Our enmity and friendship is only for the almighty Allah and we are ready to sacrifice ourselves for him (Allah) till we fulfil our duty. We don't need any other force of this world. No one has supported us in this attack," he said.
Mujahid termed as humorous the division of Taliban into three groups by President Hamid Karzai and told the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP): "Karzai has looked at the Taliban from his vision and he has thought the Taliban to be like his corrupt administration which is a group of spies of the intelligence of the world.
But his viewpoint is hilarious because if the Taliban were of three of four groups then the plans of his (Karzai's) owners would have given results in the last 11 years, mujahideen would have differences with each other, one mujahid would not accept orders of another mujahid because they would be figures of different agendas and differences would have surfaced among them. But thanks to Allah the case isn't so. Mujahideen have strong ranks, intelligent leadership, sacred goal and a stance. And all these are proof of their unity.
Mujahideen are the most free and independent people in the world."
" If the mujahideen would accept anyone's authority, they would have been running their government in Kabul in place of Karzai and they would have not suffered such heavy losses," the Taliban spokesman told the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP).