October 7, 2018 – Kabul: A number of Hambastagi members and supporters gathered in Kabul city to condemn the 17th year of Afghanistan’s occupation by US and Nato countries. Protestors chanted slogans against the occupiers and their lackeys and has raised the pictures of civilian casualties of US attacks. They had placards in their hand with some text in Farsi, Pashto and English: “The US Government is biggest terrorist in the world!” “We can only achieve democracy and prosperity by expelling occupiers and their lackeys!” “Privatization of War in Afghanistan = Kill More to Earn More!” “The Privatization of Afghan War Results in More Insecurity and Killing!”


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Kabul – April 26, 2018: A group of Hambastagi members and supporters condemned the doomsdays of 8th and 7th Suar (28th and 27th April) and their bloodied consequences during a protest gathering. It had been planned to condemn these days through a protest rally in one of the war-torn areas of Kabul city such as Asamee Avenue or Old City, but due to government restrictions, we were forced to hold the gathering in a park.

Hambastagi Joined World Afrin Day

Kabul; March 24, 2018: A group of Hambastagi’s (Solidarity Party of Afghanistan) members, representing the tormented people of Afghanistan and the progressive and indomitable forces of the country, joined World Afrin Day, holding a gathering in Kabul. The center of Afrin was occupied by the Fascist regime of Erdogan with the help of previous ISIS forced, now rebranded as Free Army of Syria and supported by Turkey, after two months of deadly strikes and massacre. At the very initial hours of entering the city, alike their Afghan jihadi brothers, they destroy the statue of Kāve ye Āhangar and started to loot the city.

Commemorating Third Year of Farkhunda’s Lynching

Kabul; March 17, 2018: A group of Hambastagi members gathered in front of Farkhunda monument to commemorate the third year of this innocent girl being lynched. The protestors had the placards in their hands, condemning the crime against Farkhunda, Rukhshana, Shukria Tabasum, victims of Mirzaolang massacre and many other women victims of oppression and atrocity. The placards carried texts: “Until and unless the treacherous criminals aren’t depowered, everyday another Farkhunda will be the victim!” “The painful moans of Rukhshana, calls every wakeful conscience for struggle!” “Dear Zahra, we wish you had burned the roots of Afghan women’s miseries, rather than committing suicide!” “I am a Hazara Pashtun, I will take the revenge of my beloved Shukria!” “Until and unless the US and its fundamentalist minions are ruling, there will be no end to the doomsdays of Afghan women!” “The chains of women’s servitude can only be broken by their struggle and resistance!” “The emancipation of women from the inferno of occupation, fundamentalism and patriarchy, is only possible through their own awareness, unity and struggle!”

‘Leave our country’: Protesters in Afghanistan gather to decry ‘US, NATO occupation’

Protesters took to the streets of the Afghan capital, Kabul on Friday to demand an end to the “American occupation” as the country marks 16 years since the beginning of the US and NATO invasion.

Hundreds took to the streets, according to RT’s Ruptly video news agency, shouting anti-American and anti-NATO slogans. Protesters carried banners in both English and local languages, reading “Yankees go home.”


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Kabul - October 6, 2017: Today a group to SPA members and supporters gather to express their protest on the eve of 16th year of occupation of Afghanistan by US and Nato. They were carrying the banner, “In Presence of US, Nato and Their Minions, There Will Be No Peace and Prosperity in Afghanistan!” They were also carrying the placards with victims of US and Nato forces air strikes and texts such as “No to Occupation!”, “No to US Military Bases in Afghanistan!”, “No to US & NATO Forces in Afghanistan!”, “US/NATO Massacre: A Challenge to the World’s Conscience!”, “US Military Bases = Bloodshed in Afghanistan!”, “Afghan Women’s Emancipation: Struggle Against Occupation and Fundamentalism!”

Bamyan’s Cave Dwellers

On a cold day in the winter of 1395, I stopped by a cave dwelling family near one of the destroyed Buddha statues. While most Bamianians are poor, Bamian’s cave dwellers symbolize people’s extreme poverty.

Pain and Desolation of Baqir-ul-Uloom Mosque Tragedy Survivors

On November 21, 2016, the ignorant Daesh conducted a suicide attack targeting the religious ceremony of our people in Baqir-ul-Uloom mosque in Kabul leaving 57 dead and tens of innocent injured.

I met a few families who lost their loved ones in this heart-wrenching tragedy and they gave me a complete list of the victims too.

Justice for the Karkar Coal Miners’ Blood
Hussain S/O Safdar and Hanif S/O Bahman Ali

On Jan 7, 2016 at around 1300 hours, masked men attacked the car of Karkar coal miners in Tala and Barfak district of Baghlan province, killing eight and injuring three.

These 18 coal miners were from Daikundi province (worked in the mine to feed their families) and while returning home to their families, their car was stopped (in Anardara Bridge, Tala and Barfak district of Baghlan province) by six masked men identifying themselves as Daesh and shot down for belonging to Hazara community and Shi’a sect. In this horrible crime, eight of our countrymen were killed and their names are:

US Airstrikes Massacred Afghan Civilians in Kunduz

US Air Force massacred more than 30 Afghan civilians in a bombardment on 3rd November 2016, Thursday, at 22:00 in the Koze Kandahari area of Kunduz City.

Hundreds of Kunduz residents in protest against this heinous crime, marched in Kunduz City, carrying corpses of the victims. The protestors chanted slogans against US occupiers and as well as their local lackeys. They demanded punishment for the perpetrators of this horror and immediate withdrawal of foreign occupying forces from Afghanistan.

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