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The Guardian: Twisting tales behind Afghanistan’s British Council attack

August 22, 2011

Claims about the raid are typically confusing. It’s one thing to find plausible explanations in Afghanistan, another to find the truth, writes Nushin Arbabzadah.

The attack against the British Council compound in Kabul will never be fully explained, because in Afghanistan no one knows the whole truth. Investigating any incident, no matter how thoroughly, the final product is invariably a collection of contradictory tales, each one of them perhaps representing some part of the truth. But the whole truth is always a mystery.

Continues at: guardian.co.uk – Twisting tales behind Afghanistan’s British Council attack

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    August 22, 2011 21:18

    Any interpretation of British compound attack may have a logic, but, surely, the taliban’s finality is that of impose their faith to others, to substitute those of others.
    It is an arcaic thougths, that has never died.
    On the world of integration it appair a controtendency this volunty of impose a supremacy of a people to another.
    A medieval tougths, a denied of others’s culture, hystory, live, all that may be the base of attack, such us illecit drugs traffics for a only raison: money, more money, only money.
    We must oppose the culture of interaction of cultures, rights, dignities.
    Claudio Alpaca

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