Tuesday, April 24, 2012

In Interview, Taliban's Helmand Province Commander Tells New Taliban Urdu-Language Magazine About Use of Second-Trigger Landmines Against U.S. Troops

In Interview, Taliban's Helmand Province Commander Tells New Taliban Urdu-Language Magazine About Use of Second-Trigger Landmines Against U.S. Troops

 In an interview with Shariat, the newly launched Urdu-language magazine of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (the Taliban's leadership organization), Taliban deputy emir for Helmand province Mullah Mohammad Daud Muzammil explained how Taliban militants are besieging U.S. military bases and use second-trigger landmines, which do not explode on first contact.

Shariat, a new monthly magazine for readers in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and the Urdu-speaking diaspora in the West, was launched officially by the Islamic Emirate on April 19, 2012. Its editor is Waleed Afghan and its deputy editor is Sulaiman Ghauri; on its editorial advisory board are Dr. Haroon, Shams Abdali, Asad Afghan, Farhad Harvi and Ustad Faridoon.

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