The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

A glance at life of Shaheed Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour

The U.S. forces first attacked on Kandahar airport and bombarded the air defense system in the airport’s Pechor area. The U.S. air forces then bombarded the residential house of Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid, the Islamic Emirate Supreme Leader, the Kandahar airports radar system, the runway and the residential house of Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, but no civilians sustained injuries as the houses were empty. Following the U.S. force’s attack on Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate mujahidin left Kabul, but they continued resistance in Kandahar for one month. From Kandahar’s Arghistan, with the close support of U.S. air forces, the armed individuals of Gul Agha Shirzai started attack on the IEA mujahidin led by Mullah Mansour, but the IEA mujahidin were resisted and repulsed series of their attacks in the province. According to Mawlavi Matiullah, Mullah Mansour and his colleagues had planned to resist and fight the U.S. and their domestic puppet forces in the outskirts of Kandahar airport until their last breath. One of his colleagues told Mullah Mansour to bring all the military equipment and arms out of the airport and transferred to Kandahar’s Reg and Maiwand districts, but Mullah Mansour said no and continued the resistance. Mullah also received a letter from Gul Agha Shirzai and the U.S. forces who were asking him to surrender, but Mullah Mansour rejected the letter and continued resistance against the U.S. invasion. Mullah Aziz Rahman, one of Mullah Mansour’s colleagues, said the situation was critical in Kandahar as most provinces including Kabul, the capital, had fallen to the U.S. forces and their domestic puppet forces. “One day I was with Mullah Mansour in a car going from Tarnakpul to Kandahar city and we were speaking about the critical situation in the country. On the way, Mansour said: “The situation is really critical, but we should not lose our determination and commitment to our religion.” When the Islamic Emirate mujahidin decided to leave Kandahar, Mullah Mansour also left and went towards Band-e-Timor in Kandahar’s Maiwand district from where he started resistance and jihad against the U.S. invasion. During the jihad period against the U.S. invasion, Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour used to face with lots of challenges. He was given the jihadi responsibility of Kandahar by the late Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid. He also had membership of the IEA leading council. In Kandahar, U.S. and Canadian forces deployed thousands of their forces and constructed bases in most parts of the province. Kandahar Airport changed to a military air base planning air operations against mujahidin. On the other side, Mullah Mansour with his jihadi tactics and planning started jihad and armed struggles against the U.S. and Canadian forces as most of their troops were killed as a result of attacks which were carried out by mujahidin in various parts of the province. During 2003 and 2008, Kandahar prison was broken by the Islamic Emirate mujahidin two times and more than 1,500 mujahidin who were imprisoned in the prison were released. This was one of the tact planned and organized by Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour. Besides, starting of jihadi uprising in the southern and northern districts of Kandahar and capturing the outskirts of these districts by the IEA mujahidin were other efforts and plans which were organized by Mullah Mansour.

Related posts

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.