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IEA agent terminates 9 NATO officers

Publication time: 27 April 2011, 17:11

A pilot of the Air Forces of the stooge regime in Afghanistan opened fire on a NATO training base at Kabul airport, terminating 9 NATO officers.

The Associated Press originally reported that the so-called "maintenance staff" were killed. The agency did not provide official information about the nationality of the invaders who had been destroyed.

Meanwhile, according to Al-Jazeera, they were all Yankees. The pilot martyred during a shootout, according to Western media outlets.

 

An Afghan pilot attacked NATO occupiers on Wednesday, April 27, around 11:00 am local time. According to the official version, as referred to by Al-Jazeera, the shootout between the pilot and the NATO invaders allegedly started following a dispute.

 

Meanwhile, an IEA Mujahideen spokesman said the had been attack carried out by a mujahid who had long served in Karzai's army for a long time waiting for a chance to terminate foreign officers, "and he finally got a chance".

According to the IEA command, 9 western invaders from among NATO officers were terminated in total. It is also reported that 5 Karzai minions had been injured.

These data is confirmed by the command of NATO military instructors in Kabul and by Karzai minions.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center


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