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Many Afghan families have been displaced by the widespread and seemingly random violence, and refugees abroad appear hesitant to return to increasingly unsafe areas. OverAfghans have been displaced because of security problems and hostilities in southern districts in the last year. Hundreds of thousands of refugees in Iran and Pakistan remain unwilling to return to inn homes in these areas, in part because of security problems; most returns in recent years have been to urban centers like the capital, Kabul. And many others have avoided return. Over 3 million refugees remain outside of Afghanistan. Armed conflict and displacement has been especially serious in and around southern and southeastern provinces, including Helmand, Kandahar, Uruzgon, Zabul, Paktia, Paktika, and Kunar.

These are areas in which Taliban and other insurgent forces have tribal or family roots, or other base of support, and which are close to the Pakistan border. Over 70 percent of recorded lethal bomb attacks in occurred in these provinces. Many Afghans and humanitarian workers consider the rural districts in these areas to be "conflict zones. It is not surprising that these areas are particularly unstable. There is strong evidence that insurgent groups operate freely in areas across the border, in Pakistan's tribal areas, with minimal interference from Pakistani authorities. Many insurgent groups regularly cross the Pakistan border and take refuge in border areas or even in Pakistani cities like Chitral, Peshawar, and Quetta.

There are increasing and detailed reports about Pakistani government officials at various levels providing assistance or support to insurgent groups active in Afghanistan, even as bomb attacks and other violence have begun to spread into Pakistani territory. Some local Pakistani officials have even openly admitted to providing support. In this context, Pakistan's continuing insistence that it is vigorously cracking down on insurgent groups has become impossible to take seriously. However, it would be erroneous to suggest that all of Afghanistan's instability is connected to insurgents having easy sanctuary in Pakistan.

Insurgent-related activity and its accompanying problems is not limited to southern and southeastern provinces on the Pakistan border. On the contrary, anti-government forces have carried out numerous bombings and killings in northern and western provinces, and in Kabul city, and general instability has affected life in almost all parts of the country. Almost one-in-three insurgent attacks in which civilians have been killed have taken place outside of the border areas. Insurgent groups are operating with ease throughout many parts of Afghanistan.

Mohammad Aresh, quoted at the beginning of this report, the victim of a July 5, bombing in Kabul that appeared to have targeted civilians, could not understand why insurgents would carry out such an attack. I don't have any enemies. I don't know any of these Taliban. I don't know any of these people. I am not their enemy. I just saw my people, Afghan people. What was the target, the people? The Taliban, they are targeting everybody and nobody. I don't know what or who was the target that day. I don't know what their target is. Habibullah, who lost a brother in a May bombing in Kabul that appeared to have been meant for a passing NATO convoy, condemned those who carried out the attack: They did not kill the foreigners.

They only killed innocent people. It was like they tried to kill children. Background Since the fall of the Taliban government in NovemberAfghan insurgent forces-mostly Taliban, Hezb-e Islami, and allied anti-government groups-have launched thousands of armed attacks on Afghan government, US, coalition, and NATO forces, and on the civilian population. International and Afghan military forces have carried out extensive military operations against these insurgent forces, in many cases causing large numbers of civilian casualties.

The fighting has grown more intense over time. Although stability has been achieved at various times-for instance, presidential and parliamentary elections were held in and without major disruption-Afghanistan's general security situation has deteriorated from late to the present, especially in the last two years. The most intense fighting to date occurred inincluding major hostilities in southern provinces around Kandahar, and in and around Kunar province, on the eastern border with Pakistan. Government and international officials, and insurgent commanders, have suggested that hostilities in will be even more intense. International and Afghan government forces As of earlythere are about 45, international troops in Afghanistan.

ISAF's primary stated goal is to provide security for the government of President Hamid Karzai and to defend government territory against insurgent operations. The United States and some of its allies have an additional 10, to Woman ready to fuck in karokh, troops in the country not under NATO command, primarily at Bagram air base north of Kabul and in eastern areas along the Pakistani border. Their primary mission is directed against al Qaeda and other forces suspected of involvement in international terrorism. There are an unknown number of other unofficial combatants linked to various local commanders, some of whom sometimes cooperate with international forces during military operations.

Human Rights Watch has repeatedly reported on human rights concerns with both international and government forces, including concerns about civilian causalities during military operations, and human rights abuses by local military and police. The diversity of the groups is reflected in the use of an acronym by Afghan government and allied coalition forces to describe the groups who are fighting against the government and allied forces: In many cases, Taliban spokesmen usually Mohammed Hanif or Qari Yousuf Ahmadi claimed responsibility for the attacks by contacting the media, although it is impossible to determine to what extent such spokesmen are genuinely representative of the Taliban and have access to information.

Mohammed Hanif was captured by the Afghan government in January In other cases, the attacks are associated with "night-letters" issued by groups identifying themselves with some variation on the title of "the Taliban" or on stationary bearing a stamp of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the name of the Taliban-led government that controlled much of the country between and After the United States ousted the Taliban in NovemberTaliban forces regrouped in their historic powerbase: Afghanistan's predominantly ethnic Pashtun southern provinces, particularly Kandahar, and in Pakistan, within districts in Balochistan and in North and South Waziristan the two largest areas of the Federally Administrated Tribal Areasboth with very large Pashtun populations.

Most analysts believe that the movement now combines as many as 40 militant groups, some organized as political factions, others based on Pashtun tribal or regional affiliations. Given the disparate nature of this grouping, it is difficult to estimate how many troops the Taliban can effectively mobilize, but estimates vary from 5, by the US military to 15, by Pakistani officials including Pashtun tribal militias. One indication of the increasing strength and boldness of the Taliban is that in their forces engaged NATO in battalion-sized assaults with sustained logistical and engineering support. More details of the Pakistani peace agreement with the Taliban appear below.

In mid, British forces agreed to leave the town of Musa Qala, in Helmand province, if Taliban forces also agreed to withdraw. Smaller groups seem to operate independently of this structure, although they share the Taliban's ideological and political opposition to the current Afghan government and its international supporters. In addition, several Pakistan-based allied groups appear to be aiding the Taliban, in various ways. According to US and other military officials, cited below, the central leadership of the Taliban movement is now widely believed to be located in the Pakistani city of Quetta, a few hours drive south from Kandahar.

Mullah Omar, who was the undisputed leader of the Taliban government between andstill appears to hold a position of supreme authority. A document purporting to set out rules of engagement and a code of conduct for the Taliban, circulated in November ofwas signed by "the highest leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan"-a title not previously used by Mullah Omar, but widely believed now to refer to him. The forty-year-old Dadullah is believed to be in charge of the insurgency campaign against the Afghan government and international Myareg sex videos, and he has boasted of training and dispatching suicide bombers, as well as coordinating attacks against government officials.

Dadullah gained international notoriety for his brutality during the rule of the Taliban. Among other abuses, Human Rights Watch documented Dadullah's campaign against the Hazara population of Yakaolang district, in the mainly Shi'a Hazarajat region, in Junea campaign during which forces under his command killed dozens of civilians, displaced thousands, and destroyed 4, homes and business and public buildings in a two-day period. Haqqani began cooperating with the Taliban in and eventually held several high-level posts in the Taliban government.

In AugustHaqqani issued an audio statement reiterating his commitment to fighting international forces under "the white flag" of the Taliban. As the Taliban's Minister of Tribal Affairs, Haqqani had extensive contacts with tribes and Pakistani officials across the border, and he is believed to have helped Osama bin Laden build a network of training camps in Khost and Nangarhar and escape from US forces during late Hekmatyar, a university-trained engineer, professes a very strict interpretation of Islam, but still appears to be less restrictive than the Taliban regarding such matters as allowing education for girls and accepting elections as a means of selecting governments.

After the communist government fell inHekmatyar's forces entered Kabul, but fought with other mujahidin forces over control of government ministries. His forces were soon pushed back to the south of Kabul, but he continued to rocket the city and engage with other mujahidin forces in Kabul for most of Hekmatyar and the Taliban were initially bitter rivals Hekmatyar was forced into exile when the Taliban finally conquered Kabul inand as late as NovemberHekmatyar publicly denied cooperating with the Taliban.

However, on December 25,Hekmatyar and the Taliban publicly announced that they were coordinating their activity against the Afghan government and its international supporters. It appears that the two groups are united more by a common enemy than shared aims, and have not merged their organizations. Hezb-e Islami regularly issues its own communiqus, distinct from those of the Taliban, and assumes responsibility for its own attacks. Numerous sources in northern Afghanistan told Human Rights Watch in late that Hezb-e Islami had reorganized political and intelligence networks in areas around Kunduz and Mazar-e Sharif-areas in which the Taliban have little to no political support or operational capacity.

Throughout the s, Pakistan was the most significant front-line state serving as a secure base and training ground for the mujahidin fighting against the Soviet intervention. After the Soviets withdrew from Afghanistan in the late s and US attention shifted to Iraq during the Gulf War, Pakistan continued to support warring factions within Afghanistan, primarily Hezb-e Islami. When Hekmatyar's Hezb-e Islami failed to capture Kabul during the early s and thereby failed to secure Pakistan's influence over Afghanistan, Islamabad shifted its support to the Taliban, a then-new movement of religious students talibs who were gaining strength in the south of the country. The Taliban went on to take over most of Afghanistan by the late s.

Throughout the s Pakistan's support for the Taliban included providing diplomatic support as the Taliban's virtual emissaries abroad, financing Taliban military operations, recruiting skilled and unskilled manpower to fight with the Taliban, planning and directing offensives, obtaining ammunition and fuel for Taliban operations, and on several occasions providing direct combat support. The tribal area, officially known as Federal Administered Tribal Areas FATAstretches miles along the Afghan border and is divided into seven districts, or "agencies," from Bajaur in the north to North and South Waziristan in the south. After being pushed from their bases inside Afghanistan, the Taliban and other groups, like Hezb-e Islami and al Qaeda, have used the tribal areas to regroup and rearm.

Intelligence agencies put the number of non-Pakistani fighters in the tribal areas as high 2, including Afghan Taliban commanders, Arabs linked to al Qaeda, and fighters from Central Asia and the Caucuses who support the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan. Pakistani government officials publicly admit this see below. In Septemberthe UN secretary-general reported that the Taliban leadership "relies heavily on cross-border fighters, many of whom are Afghans drawn from nearby refugee camps and radical seminaries in Pakistan. The Pakistan government has been sensitive about criticisms relating to insurgent activities.

In a notable episode, TheNew York Times published a story in January detailing reports of Pakistani government support to the Taliban and other insurgents. In response to a leaked UK Ministry of Defense document that suggested Pakistan's intelligence agency was supporting the Taliban, President Musharraf said: ISI is a disciplined force, breaking the back of al Qaeda. Clearly they are crossing from the Pakistan side and causing bomb blasts in Afghanistan. Referring to allegations about Pakistani border guards' failure to arrest insurgents, a topic raised at a press conference in Rawalpindi in FebruaryMusharraf said "We had some incidents I know of that in some [border] posts, a blind eye was being turned.

So similarly I imagine that others may be doing the same. However, the deployment had little effect on insurgent movements or rate of attacks on coalition troops in Afghanistan. Inunder pressure from Washington, Islamabad began deploying 80, troops to both North and South Waziristan Agencies in what turned out to be a botched military operation. With increasing civilian deaths from heavy-handed tactics, and military casualties from insurgents and pro-Taliban militants in the Waziristans, Islamabad was forced to change tactics.

In return, the pro-Taliban signatories pledged not to support, train, and provide sanctuary to the Taliban and al Qaeda-linked fighters, and agreed not to establish new government offices. Since the North Waziristan deal was struck, pro-Taliban militants in Miramshah, the agency's seat, have reportedly established criminal courts, levied "taxes" on local businesses, prevented women from leaving their homes, and closed girls' schools and offices of civil society organizations and NGOs, all of which violate their agreement with Islamabad.

A US military official told the Associated Press that there was a three-fold increase in attacks on US troops in eastern Afghanistan in the month following the agreement between the Pakistan government and pro-Taliban tribesman in North Waziristan. Civilian Accounts Hundreds of civilians have been killed or injured in insurgent attacks in Afghanistan over the last five years. This section provides accounts of attacks targeting civilians, as well as indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks and other attacks carried out with little or no regard for the consequences for civilians. The accounts are taken from witnesses, survivors, and the relatives of victims.

Attacks Targeting Civilians Southern and Southeastern Afghanistan The most deadly attacks targeting civilians by insurgent groups have occurred in Afghanistan's south and southeast. Because of the poor security conditions in many of the areas in which attacks have occurred, it is difficult to obtain first-hand testimony about many attacks. Human Rights Watch nonetheless has been able to speak with witnesses in some cases, and collect accounts from security reports by the United Nations and the Afghanistan NGO Security Office ANSOa security consulting organization for non-governmental organizations, and from media reports. On January 17, in Spin Boldak, a border town in Kandahar province, a bomb exploded in a crowd attending a wrestling match, killing at least 20 civilians.

Haji Agha, a car dealer with a house near the site of the attack, told Human Rights Watch about the attack: There was a wrestling match during the Eid festival. There were around people gathered there to watch these [wrestling] matches. I was with two other friends and we were enjoying the festival. It was about 5: A lot of people left but we were delayed for some time because of the crowd. We were in the car and about to leave when there was a bang and yellow flames and smoke. We were about 50 to 60 meters away [from the blast]. There were many cars in front of us. There was shrapnel from the bomb which made holes in the bodies of the car.

There was smoke and dust all over and we could not see for a long time. The shrapnel made large holes in the bodies of the men. Some [men] were blown to pieces. Our car shook from the blast. We parked our car off to the side and did not approach the bomb scene as we were afraid there might be another blast following the first. Some Afghans in the area suggested that the Taliban were responsible and were targeting government officials who were attending the wrestling match, but that they then denied responsibility for the attack because of the high number of civilian casualties. A bomb by some reports a suicide bomber detonated in the middle of the day in a crowded bazaar in Lashkar Gah, Helmand's capital.

Local officials told journalists that one of the wounded children was a two-year-old boy, who had a leg amputated. Types of Attack Methods of attack by insurgent groups can be roughly categorized as follows: An explosive device, buried in the ground or hidden in a cart, box, or basket, detonated remotely or with a timer. Suicide bomber, on foot. A person carrying explosives, typically worn in a concealed vest, who detonates the explosives manually. An explosive device placed inside a vehicle, detonated manually by a suicide bomber in the vehicle, or, if the vehicle is parked and unoccupied, remotely or with a timer. Armed attacks, usually with small arms.

Setting fire to government buildings, typically girls' schools, usually at night. The abductions of civilians, sometimes followed by execution, typically by gunshot, knifing, or beheading. A shopkeeper named Razaq Khan, whose shop was damaged in the attack, told a journalist at the scene: When I opened my eyes, everywhere was smoke and dust. Many people and children were lying in pools of blood, killed and injured. Qari Yousaf Ahmadi, a Taliban spokesperson, told the Associated Press that Taliban forces were responsible for the bombing, and that its target was a businessman and former police chief who had served in the government during the Soviet occupation of the s.

Ahmadi said the attack was not intended to cause civilian deaths, an groundless claim given that the targeted man-his past political affiliations aside-was a civilian. We only wanted to kill this former police chief. See Appendix A for a selection of other examples. However, bombings were not the only form of violence used to target civilians in the south and southeast. Inanti-government groups in border regions also continued to carry out assassinations of clerics, teachers, and government officials and employees. The victim, a mechanic, suffered multiple shrapnel wounds after a bomb exploded on a civilian bus in front of an automotive shop in Kandahar city where the victim worked.

At least 10 civilians on the bus were killed, and another 15 were injured. For example, on September 10, in Khost, in southeastern Afghanistan, a suicide bomber killed Abdul Hakim Taniwal, the year old governor of Paktia, along with his nephew, driver, and a bodyguard. In an incident in early Decembergunmen scaled the wall of a residential compound in a village in the southeastern province of Kunar, entered the house, and shot and killed two sisters who worked as local schoolteachers, as well as their mother, grandmother, and a year-old male relative.

According toGulam Ullah Wekar, a provincial education official, the two teachers had recently received a written warning from the Taliban to stop teaching or "end up facing the penalty. Attacks were even launched in and around the western city of Herat and the northern city of Mazer-e Sharif, largely Dari-speaking areas in which most anti-government forces-who are predominately ethnic Pashtun-have less local support. Combatants armed with rocket propelled grenade RPG launchers and AK assault rifles launched an RPG at the lead vehicle in the convoy, a civilian vehicle clearly marked with a "UN" logo.

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