AT LEAST 17 DEAD AS BLAST HITS MEETING OF TALIBAN & AFGHAN FORCES DURING LANDMARK CEASEFIRE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


AT LEAST 17 DEAD AS BLAST HITS MEETING OF TALIBAN & AFGHAN FORCES DURING LANDMARK CEASEFIRE

At least 17 people were killed as an explosion rocked a meeting of Taliban and Afghan security forces, gathering during an unprecedented ceasefire for the Eid holiday, in the eastern province of Nangarhar, a local official said.
Casualties include Taliban, Afghan security forces, and civilians, Attaullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor of Nangarhar, said.

The timing of the bombing appears to be significant. On Saturday, Taliban members entered the Afghan capital, Kabul urging people to come forward and take selfies with them. The unusual move reportedly occurred elsewhere in the country, as photos and videos on social media showed Taliban fighters giving hugs to locals and Afghan forces across several provinces.

Nangarhar: Ten people killed in an explosion in Nanagarhar’s Rodat district. Governor’s spokesman Attaullah Khogyani said the explosion happened when the Taliban and the people were celebrating Eid. Casualties include Taliban and civilians. #Afghanistan.

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani addressed the nation, saying the truce between the government and the Taliban will be extended.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The question is, cui bono?!? Who benefits from continued strife and murders in this long-occupied country?!?

If it is not the Taliban, or the Afghani government, then who?!?

It almost has to be the occupying forces, who do not want to see a peace deal reached, because that... would negate the reason for the occupation.

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