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Public Uprising Expands as Taliban Attacks Continue

Public uprisings against the Taliban are expanding in various regions of Afghanistan as the Taliban continues to mount attacks against government forces. 

In northern Jawzjan province, there are reports that women have taken up arms to fight the Taliban.

In Kohdman village in northern Kabul province, many armed residents filled the main road, pledging to fight the Taliban.

In Nangarhar and Laghman provinces in the east, the people have taken up arms to fight the Taliban, and also in the western province of Herat.

“At this point, the politics of bullying cannot rule, these armed men say that they will not allow the Taliban to rule them and burn their gardens and fields as in the past,” said Mir Naeem Haidari, deputy head of Kohdman council.

“Let us sit like two brothers and resolve the issues of Afghanistan,” said Mir Ghulam Jailani Darwish, a resident of Kohdaman.

Paying tribute to the ANDSF, MP Hazrat Ali said: “I know that you face hard days, but I congratulate you because you are the winners.” 

“We pledge to the Ministry of Defense that we will defend against the enemy,” said Ali Khan, a fighter with the public uprising forces.

This comes as the Taliban has taken over 70 districts in the country in the past two months. 

Public Uprising Expands as Taliban Attacks Continue

In Kohdman village in northern Kabul province, many armed residents filled the main road, pledging to fight the Taliban.

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Public uprisings against the Taliban are expanding in various regions of Afghanistan as the Taliban continues to mount attacks against government forces. 

In northern Jawzjan province, there are reports that women have taken up arms to fight the Taliban.

In Kohdman village in northern Kabul province, many armed residents filled the main road, pledging to fight the Taliban.

In Nangarhar and Laghman provinces in the east, the people have taken up arms to fight the Taliban, and also in the western province of Herat.

“At this point, the politics of bullying cannot rule, these armed men say that they will not allow the Taliban to rule them and burn their gardens and fields as in the past,” said Mir Naeem Haidari, deputy head of Kohdman council.

“Let us sit like two brothers and resolve the issues of Afghanistan,” said Mir Ghulam Jailani Darwish, a resident of Kohdaman.

Paying tribute to the ANDSF, MP Hazrat Ali said: “I know that you face hard days, but I congratulate you because you are the winners.” 

“We pledge to the Ministry of Defense that we will defend against the enemy,” said Ali Khan, a fighter with the public uprising forces.

This comes as the Taliban has taken over 70 districts in the country in the past two months. 

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