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Home | Editorial | Afghans have same stance on troop level as before

Afghans have same stance on troop level as before

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Afghans have same stance on troop level as before
 The people of Afghanistan have time and again said that dispatching more troops to Afghanistan could do nothing unless domestic security forces were fully trained and equipped in war on insurgency. However they welcome a conditioned-troop surge in their country. 
In the last more than one and a half decade, thousands of foreign troops failed to do more in war on growing insurgency and couldn’t eliminate militants hideouts inside the country and beyond the borders.
In line with US new strategy for Afghanistan, more than 3,000 additional US troops are reportedly taking their way to Afghanistan to break the stalemate.
According to media, at the end of last month, US Defense Secretary, James Mattis had signed the order to send more troops to the country.
The secretary was quoting as saying, the troops are said to be deployed in the country, over the next few days. However the secretary did not make clear the exact number, but said over 3,000 troops would be sent to Afghanistan to add to the already stationed troops in the country.
However, Afghans welcome the plan of sending additional troops to their country, but as before, make clear that sending the troops without further equipment of the country’s security and defense forces could do nothing.
Afghan forces, particularly, air-force need enough sophisticated weapons to overcome insurgency and eliminate their hideouts across the country as well as firm and resolute will to fight the remnants of terrorists all over the country’s borders and remote provinces.
The international community, particularly the US should have taken lesson of its past failure to ensure security in the country, and renew their plans of how to fight terror and fully uproot them in the region.
Through a firm cooperation with the Afghan security and defense forces, all targets in war on insurgency in the region and insurgency in both Afghanistan and Pakistan would be removed.
Tens of thousands of people, mostly civilians have been killed, injured or fled war and violence in the country during the last more than one and half decade, both before and after the Taliban hardliner regime.
This is an important lesson for both Afghan government and its international partners to use in the ongoing situations and do their best to force out militancy through the underway military means besides on-hand peace talks option.
This is a clear-crystal fact that Taliban insurgency is going to gradually reduce; not only because of the use of military means on their hideouts, but losing the chance of avoiding violence against the ordinary people, as in many areas they didn’t spare to kill civilians in different names of having link with the government or for refusing to fight for the militants.
This is why the people staged uprising against them and removed them out of their residences in many restive districts.
 

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gulahmad 28/09/2017
Instead of sending troops to Afghanistan, the United States should strengthen our air force and equip more troops with our troops.
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Afghanistan is country of this world and they want to the best security of the public. It is right of them and try to make the honest friends in life. Avoid the bad society if we want to the bright future.
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