Afghanistan International Patriotism

Resistance Fighters Are Present in Afghanistan

“Resistance Fighters are present in Afghanistan” tweeted Hamid Saifi from Afghanistan. The internal resistance in the Taliban run country has begun. With the rise of anti-Taliban Afghani protests, comes newly formed Afghan militias set on eliminating Taliban fighters.

The patriotic militia from Panjshir, Afghanistan reports updates via Twitter their progress in eliminating violent Taliban presence within their country of Afghanistan. They do not seek the reliance of U.S. forces, and their mission is to take back Afghanistan.

Fight Back Against the Taliban

The National Resistance Front (NRF) is committed to fighting the Taliban to take back Afghanistan. You can donate here.

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In an excerpt taken from a letter to the Washington Post, the NRF stated:

“Know that millions of Afghans share your [America’s] values. We have fought for so long to have an open society, one where girls could become doctors, our press could report freely, our young people could dance and listen to music or attend soccer matches in the stadiums that were once used by the Taliban for public executions — and may soon be again.”

“The Taliban is not a problem for the Afghan people alone. Under Taliban control, Afghanistan will without doubt become ground zero of radical Islamist terrorism; plots against democracies will be hatched here once again.”

“No matter what happens, my mujahideen fighters and I will defend Panjshir as the last bastion of Afghan freedom. Our morale is intact. We know from experience what awaits us.”

“But we need more weapons, more ammunition and more supplies.”

“America and its democratic allies do not just have the fight against terrorism in common with Afghans. We now have a long history made up of shared ideals and struggles. There is still much that you can do to aid the cause of freedom. You are our only remaining hope.

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