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The war began on October 7 2001 as the U.S. military operation was launched in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks
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he War in Afghanistan, which began on October 7, 2001 as the U.S. military operation Operation Enduring Freedom, was launched by the United States with the United Kingdom in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks. The stated purpose of the invasion was to capture Osama bin Laden, destroy al-Qaeda, and remove the Taliban regime which had provided support and safe harbor to al-Qaeda.Two military operations in Afghanistan seek to establish control over the country. Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) is a combat operation involving coalition partners led by the United States against Al Qaeda remnants, primarily in the eastern and southern parts of the country along the Pakistan border. OEF is not a NATO operation, although some coalition partners are NATO members. Approximately 20,000 troops ...
for0against   This is a myth that Afghanistan is the graveyard of invaders, but please define invaders. This is a war, either you win it or lose it!, RAHEELSABOOR
for7against   It's going to end just like Vietnam., Galileo
for3against   I think this war is hopeless. Everyone that has gone into that country, has gotten nothing but coffins from it. I think that we need to stop sending soldiers there to die., Lucy
for1against   If we cannot nuke whole region and get over it! Send boys home.U.N.is joke! We should close our borders for foreigners, no scholarships to Arabs,Pakistani,and rest of sand n......!, scorpion31
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General McChrystal's Afghan war Plan

UNIFORMED ARMY VS. INSURGENTS IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES 1. First thing we should recognize that the United States has the most well equipped military in the world. 2. But Taliban or Al Quaeda forces mostly combat against our uniformed troops in civilian, folk clothes with the plenty supply of deadly weapons from the questionable sources. Their manpower supply seems to have endless resources from many nations. We must have the enough manpower to fight against them and to let the religiously hard headed populations learn they are on the wrong way. It is the culture war for a new social value system. ...

USA bargains one trouble with another in Afghanistan

US General Stanley McChrystal is now the commander of US and NATO troops in Afghanistan instead of General David McKiernan. None of high-ranking officials of the Pentagon could explain the reason why the previous commander was dismissed and why Mr. McChrystal could handle the Taliban better than Mr. McKiernan could. US Defense Secretary Robert Gates only said that the United States was in need of a new military command and a new thinking because of a new strategy for the war-torn country. Anyone who takes interest in history will probably see the likeness between the recent rotation and the ...

US air-raid kills over 100 civilians in Farah

Residents of the Bala Boluk district in western Farah province on Tuesday claimed more than one hundred 'innocent people' have been killed in the Monday's air offensive by the US forces.The air-strike in Bala Boluk district came after an insurgent attack on a police check post that killed six people and three others on spy charges on Sunday.Following the militant attack, locals say, the American forces bombarded Grani village, inflecting huge casualties to non-combatants.Dr Atiqullah, a resident of the village, told Pajhwok Afghan News the bombardment destroyed the whole village and some of ...

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