Planned Attack on Day Care in Kabul Leads to Fatal Mistake for the Taliban

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posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 06:48 PM
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KABUL, Afghanistan — The Taliban assailants apparently thought they were attacking an unprotected Christian-run day care center. But they mistakenly burst into the compound next door, where an American government contractor’s employees were heavily armed and ready, according to accounts that the contractor and the Afghan police gave on Friday of a wild four-hour shootout here.

The contractor, Roots of Peace, which runs agricultural projects financed by the United States Agency for International Development, had taken the precaution of blocking its front gate with an armored Land Cruiser, which guards used to take cover behind and shoot at the attackers, said Gary Kuhn, the group’s president, interviewed by telephone from its headquarters in San Rafael, Calif.


It seems that no matter what religion you are...karma is a bitch. These Taliban thugs were planning to attack a Christian Day care and instead ran into armed contractors. I don't like war and death, but I almost enjoyed reading about these jerks who were going to attack a bunch of kids and instead got a lot more than they bargained for, lol.

Enjoy the read.

Source NYT




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posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 06:58 PM
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I'm guessing that karma ran over their dogma...




posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:04 PM
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madmac5150
I'm guessing that karma ran over their dogma...



That made me laugh!

You know it almost proves that there is some justice in the world. I would imagine God is content to let these morons kill each other, but when you start going after children you have something wrong in the head. At least this time these guys got what they deserved.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:05 PM
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Nice. Glad these kid killers are dead.

Hopefully none survived.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:06 PM
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I saw that on a bumper sticker once... really seemed to fit the situation


And you are absolutely correct... they got 100% of what they had coming to them.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:07 PM
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These Taliban thugs were planning to attack a Christian Day care and instead ran into armed contractors.

That "day care" center is for indoctrinating children into western ways. If muslims invaded your country and taught your kids Islam, if they further killed other kids in bombing raids and street gun battles, what would your response be? Remember, they are resisting foreign invaders on their own soil. "Contractors", thats a gentile euphemism.

I hire contractors to fix things, not shoot up my hood.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:12 PM
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I love it.

So, these scumbags intended to kill children and yet I will be surprised if someone doesn't assert a defense for them on here.

I hope I'm wrong.



edit: I was already not wrong
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posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:13 PM
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to bad civilians had to be killed if that hadn't of happened
this would have been as good if not better than the ones that blew themselves up.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:25 PM
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What a bunch of godless cowards.. To attack children...

When are Muslims going to stand up to these idiots and demonstrate that they are not representative of all Muslims world wide.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:28 PM
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These Taliban thugs were planning to attack a Christian Day care and instead ran into armed contractors.

That "day care" center is for indoctrinating children into western ways. If muslims invaded your country and taught your kids Islam, if they further killed other kids in bombing raids and street gun battles, what would your response be? Remember, they are resisting foreign invaders on their own soil. "Contractors", thats a gentile euphemism.
I hire contractors to fix things, not shoot up my hood.


do you forget who the taliban are, the ones who beat women, shoot young schools girls in the head.

well here is a list of just some of the things they did to people for breaking their laws/ rules.



Punishments were often carried out publicly, either as formal spectacles held in sports stadiums or town squares or spontaneous street beatings. Civilians lived in fear of harsh penalties as there was little mercy; women caught breaking decrees were often treated with force.[9] Examples:
In October 1996, a woman had the tip of her thumb cut off for wearing nail varnish.[9]

In December 1996, Radio Shari’a announced that 225 Kabul women had been seized and punished for violating the sharia code of dress. The sentence was handed down by a tribunal and the women were lashed on their legs and backs for their misdemeanor.[26]

In May 1997, five female CARE International employees with authorisation from the Ministry of the Interior to conduct research for an emergency feeding programme were forced from their vehicle by members of the religious police. The guards used a public address system to insult and harass the women before striking them with a metal and leather whip over 1.5 meters (almost 5 feet) in length.
[1] Public execution of a woman, known as Zarmeena, by the Taliban at the Ghazi Sports Stadium, Kabul, November 16, 1999. The mother of seven children had been found guilty of killing her husband while he slept, after allegedly being beaten by him.[27][28] The footage can be seen here.

In 1999, a mother of seven children was executed in front of 30,000 spectators in Kabul’s Ghazi Sport stadium for murdering her husband (see right). She was imprisoned for three years and extensively tortured prior to the execution, yet she refused to plead her innocence in a bid to protect her daughter (reportedly the actual culprit).[29]

When a Taliban raid discovered a woman running an informal school in her apartment, they beat the children and threw the woman down a flight of stairs (breaking her leg), and then imprisoned her. They threatened to stone her family publicly if she refused to sign a declaration of loyalty to the Taliban and their laws.[13]

An Afghan girl named Bibi Aisha was promised to a new family through a tribal method of solving disputes known as baad. When she fled the violence girls often suffer under baad, her new family found her and a Taliban commander ordered her punished as an example, "lest other girls in the village try to do the same thing".[30] Her ears and nose were cut off and she was left for dead in the mountains, but survived.[30]

Working women are threatened into quitting their jobs. Failure to comply with Taliban's threats has led to women being shot and killed as in the case of 22-year old Hossai in July 2010.[31]

In 2013, an Indian author Sushmita Banerjee was shot dead by Taliban Militants for allegedly defying Taliban diktats. She was married to an Afghan businessman and had recently relocated to Afghanistan. Earlier she had escaped two instances of execution by Taliban in 1995 and later fled to India. Her book based on her escape from Taliban was also filmed in an Indian movie.[32]

Many punishments were carried out by individual militias without the sanction of Taliban authorities, as it was against official Taliban policy to punish women in the street. A more official line was the punishment of men for instances of female misconduct: a reflection of a patriarchal society and the belief that men are duty bound to control women. Maulvi Kalamadin stated in 1997, “since we cannot directly punish women, we try to use taxi drivers and shopkeepers as a means to pressurize them" to conform.[1] Examples of the punishment of men:

If a taxi driver picked up a woman with her face uncovered or unaccompanied by a mahram then he faced a jail sentence and the husband would be punished.
If a woman was caught washing clothes in a river then she would be escorted home by Islamic authorities where her husband/mahram would be severely punished.
Tailors found taking female measurements faced imprisonment.[1]
Taliban treatment of women

and that's how they treated just women. no i got no respect or sympathy for these kind of piss ant dirt bags. the worst and most horrible death should fall on them twice, until there is nary a taliban left.
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posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:30 PM
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Oh if that scenario played out at home for me?

I would kill kids. Logical response really.

Also....a Christian day care is not a brainwashing center. Christians have been in the ME since long before Muslims existed. They may all be locals and from a long line of middle eastern Christians.

But yeah. Taliban intent on killing kids are the good guys. Poor them. Just wanted to slaughter children.


Cool story bro!
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posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:32 PM
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the contractors weren't the ones running the day care or in the gun fight, their guards were the ones fighting and the daycare is run by civilians and had no security, not only that but the children there were not afghan citizens or being brainwashed as you say.
how can you justify attacking unarmed civilians, children or farmers and the like(agricultural contractors)? not all contractors are security contractors or mercenaries or even armed you know.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:42 PM
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1) Pull all assets out of crapplasticstan to include people not indigenous of there.
2) block all routes of escape
3) Nuke the enitre country from north to south and turn the land into glass.

This does 2 things.........

1) it provides a resistance free zone where none is met so that we may continue on our path of capitalism and western indoctrination.

2) it makes Russia, China, N Korea, Iran, and anyone else for that matter, Take a step back to reflect on just what it takes to truly liberate a country from undesirable blow back that most cannot stop let alone change for the better.

That and I think it would be cool to see a whole country glow in the dark...which would solve the countries electricity and lighting issue.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 07:56 PM
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Muslims are your friends!
just kidding by the way



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 08:01 PM
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do you forget who the taliban are, the ones who beat women, shoot young schools girls in the head.

Is that your main stream media response to why the American Military invaded their whole damn country? How is that better compared to all their "problems", again?



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 08:12 PM
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and is this your response - diversion really - when you can't defend those you're trying to defend? It's overplayed...
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posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 08:21 PM
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if that scenario played out at home for me?

I would kill kids. Logical response really.

Well, we do it to them… thats okay, then?


Also….a Christian day care is not a brainwashing center. Christians have been in the ME since long before Muslims existed. They may all be locals and from a long line of middle eastern Christians.

I'm sure they appreciate christianity, its been plaguing them since the Middle Ages. Ever hear of the Crusades?


But yeah. Taliban intent on killing kids are the good guys. Poor them. Just wanted to slaughter children.

Thats what you say, I have no evidence of that except a main stream NY Times article…
for all I know they attacked a "Christian" "Contractor" compound where there happened to be a day care center. Then some play that as the objective. Evil Muslims, right? The same ol krap.

You believe that then you believe the whole war on terror and its okay to bomb children from altitude in numerous countries. Whats that make the US military responsible for?

Oh, we have an excuse for that too. Its called "Collateral Damage".

ROFL…



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 08:25 PM
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Well OP, I guess you could just say Insha'Allah did not work out for them that time.


You're right too. Karma is one tough thing when it comes back around, pissed off.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 08:26 PM
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Neither do I have any but a main stream news article (NYT) telling me the kids were the target. Which some grab ahold of and regurgitate…

a little more info would be nicer than a knee jerk reaction. What are we these days, a lynch mob?

I believe nothing my government tells me and the media even less.



posted on Mar, 28 2014 @ 08:30 PM
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and is this your response - diversion really - when you can't defend those you're trying to defend? It's overplayed…


Who are you defending? What do you tell all the dead people in the ME because of US and NATO bombs? What about their children? I would say any opinion I might have is underplayed compared to that, yes

But you go ahead and defend those that keep crying "for the children". See thru that veil yet?





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