AYFKM? Taliban Executes 7 Year Old Boy For Spying

CNN

Officials: Taliban executes boy, 7, for spying

Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) — Suspected Taliban militants have executed a 7-year-old boy, accusing him of spying for the government, officials in southern Afghanistan said Thursday.

The execution took place Tuesday in the Sangin district of Helmand province, said Dawoud Ahmadi — the provincial governor’s spokesman.

In the past, militants have carried out similar killings of those accused of spying, Ahmadi said.

Three years ago, a 70-year-old woman and a child in the Musa Qala district of the province were executed following the same allegations, he said.

During a news conference Thursday, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said officials were looking into reports of the execution and said he condemned the act if it is confirmed to be true.

“I don’t think there’s a crime bigger than that that even the most inhuman forces on earth can commit,” Karzai said. “A 7-year-old boy cannot be a spy. A 7-year-old boy cannot be anything but a 7-year-old boy, and therefore hanging or shooting to kill a 7-year-old boy … is a crime against humanity.”

“If this is true, it is an absolutely hiorrific crime,” British Prime Minister David Cameron said during the news conference on an unannounced stop in Kabul. “If true, I think it says more about the Taliban than any book, than any article, than any speech could ever say.”


Times Of India

Taliban execute seven-year-old Afghan boy accused of spying

KABUL: Suspected Taliban militants executed a seven-year-old boy in southern Afghanistan after accusing him of spying for the government, a provincial official said Wednesday.

The child was captured by the militants in Sangin district of southern province of Helmand Tuesday, Daoud Ahmadi, a spokesman for the provincial governor, said.
“The militants killed the seven-year-old boy in Heratiyan village of the district, on charges of espionage for Afghan government,” Ahmadi said, citing information provided to police by relatives.

Iranian Freedom Fighters, Ft. Hood And Now Afghanistan

Iranian Freedom Fighters, Ft. Hood And Now Afghanistan

Remember the politically incorrect billboard put up by Phil Wolf of Wolf Automotive in Colorado?

Birther+Billboard+Sparks+Controversy+Colorado+xfTjBE6JiHOl

The part of the billboard that is blocked by Mr. Wolf says, “Wake Up America, Remember Ft. Hood”.  Now we may have more to remember than just Obama shutting down the Ft. Hood investigation, his complacency about the Iranian freedom fighters, and his hard ass line on Israel and the settlements.  It appears that Obama may be negotiating with terrorists the Taliban.  Anybody surprised?  Nope.Did.Not.Think.So.

From Atlas Shrugs via RedState:

Obama Attempts to Surrender to Taliban again …………. If at first you don’t succeed, cry cry again

Once again the jihad groveler in chief is doing his damndest to turn over as much as possib le to the jihad. Earlier this month  Obama fails at Surrender: US offers Taliban 6 provinces — Taliban says no
So now Obama is offering Kandahar, Helmand, Oruzgan, Kunar and Nuristan province.

Obama makes me vomit.

Breaking: Obama Negotiating Surrender with the Taliban?

Strange discussions seem to be flowing across the intelligence wires and Threats Watch has the recon via Memri Blog.

An Afghan source in Kabul reports that U.S. Ambassador in Afghanistan Karl Eikenberry is holding secret talks with Taliban elements headed by the movement’s foreign minister, Ahmad Mutawakil, at a secret location in Kabul. According to the source, the U.S. has offered the Taliban control of the Kandahar, Helmand, Oruzgan, Kunar and Nuristan provinces in return for a halt to the Taliban missile attacks on U.S. bases.

Surrender in Afghanistan (Threatwatch)

MEMRI has this:

Afghan Source: The U.S. Has Offered the Taliban Control in Return for Quiet

An Afghan source in Kabul reports that U.S. Ambassador in Afghanistan Karl Eikenberry is holding secret talks with Taliban elements headed by the movement’s foreign minister, Ahmad Mutawakil, at a secret location in Kabul. According to the source, the U.S. has offered the Taliban control of the Kandahar, Helmand, Oruzgan, Kunar and Nuristan provinces in return for a halt to the Taliban missile attacks on U.S. bases.

Source: Al-Watan (Saudi Arabia), November 22, 2009

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