Daily Evacuation Brief | September 5, 2022
LAST 24 HOURS
MORE FORCED EVICTIONS — Another 24 families in Panjshir were reportedly forcibly evicted from their homes for reputedly collaborating with the NRF. It is not clear where the families were moved to and/or their current disposition.
NRF STRIKE — The NRF launched a preemptive strike against the Taliban Security Forces headquarters in the Warsaj district early on Sunday. The fighting was said to be fierce, and the Taliban were thought to have suffered a significant number of casualties. A source within the Resistance claimed the NRF had been surveilling the headquarters for some time and found the security to be lax enough to warrant an attack.
DYKE BREACH IN PAKISTAN — There is concern that Lake Manchar in southern Pakistan is close to breaching the protective dyke due to the recent torrential rains. If so, it could burst through the embankment and cause massive damage in Pakistan’s southern agricultural sector. The lake is the largest in Pakistan and one of the largest in Central Asia. Overwhelming rains from the recent intense monsoons have wreaked havoc across Pakistan and Afghanistan this season.
NEXT 24 HOURS
TAKHAR OFFENSIVE POSSIBLE — The Taliban in Takhar are reportedly responding to Sunday’s raid with a possible offensive of their own in the province. Nearly two hundred Taliban trucks were seen converging on a soccer field on the outskirts of Takhar city where a war council has been set up. The objectives of the offensive are currently unclear, but violence is expected in the coming 24 hours.
Why Not A Phased Withdrawal From Afghanistan?
By Bill Roggio – 1945
It didn’t have to be this way. In April 2021, when President Biden announced his plan for Afghanistan, he gave us a false choice: the U.S. either had to ramp up forces to battle the Taliban or abide by President Trump’s agreement with the Taliban and immediately leave. Biden chose the latter, with the idea that he would give the Afghan government years before collapse and shield him from criticism. Afghanistan would then be someone else’s problem.
Officials: Afghanistan Does Not Need a Constitution
By Hadia Ziaei – TOLO News
A Ministry of Justice representative said Afghanistan does not require a constitution and can resolve its issues with only the application of…
Kabul Asks UNSC to Lift Sanctions on Officials
By TOLO News
Following the end of the travel exemption for some officials of the Islamic Emirate, Kabul is once again…
Flood claims 12 lives in Afghanistan's Paktika prov.
By MEHR News Agency
Based on these sources, 16,000 hectares of agricultural land has also been destroyed due to the…
Tajikistan's Treatment of Afghan Refugees Under Scrutiny
By Banafsha Binesh – TOLO News
Afghan refugees said that Tajikistan police have recently deported dozens of Afghan refugees who were arrested for violating the…
INTERNATIONAL NEWS RELATING TO AFGHANISTAN
Scotland’s Afghan pupils are flying high in school
By The National Scot
Nearly three years later, he is full of pride after his oldest son became one of the high-flying members of the Afghan community in…
Islamic Emirate Raises Airport Service Tax
By Tamim Shahir – TOLO News
The Islamic Emirate has increased the airport service fee for domestic and international flights in…
THE DAILY WTF
Barmy Brit in Afghanistan tells Taliban he's Welsh not English to avoid trouble
By Harry Thompson – The Daily Star
‘Lord’ Miles Routledge, who has built a name for himself touring areas of conflict and violence, has claimed that he had…
Afghani to the Dollar: $1 – 88.22 AFN (as of 5 SEP 2022)