[Afghan Govt forces today claimed in the Chinese press to have killed noted Taliban Leader, Mullah Mohibullah (follower of Dadullah), a former inmate of Guantanamo, who has already been reported to have been killed in 2010 and again in 2011. Mentally unbalanced inmate,
Pfc. David Lawrence,
probably regrets having killed Mohibullah the first time, when he executed him in his cell in Afghanistan in 2010. Mohibullah’s last execution was in 2011, when he was reportedly eliminated in a high-publicity airstrike, allegedly intended to be against the guy who shot-down a Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan, killing 25 members of Seal Team 6. Since they missed the guy who fired the lethal rpg, they had to have a high-level Taliban to offer to the press gods.
Too bad, the Afghan Govt didn’t do their research before killing Mullah Mohibullah for the third time.]
GHAZNI, Afghanistan, April 30 (Xinhua) — Four Taliban militants including a group commander have been killed as clash erupted in Ander district of the eastern Ghazni province on Saturday, an army spokesman in the province Mohammad Hanif Rezae said.
“Taliban rebels stormed some checkpoints of national army in Gilan and Andar districts early Saturday and the troops returned fire killing four insurgents including a group commander Mullah Mohibullah and injuring three others,” Rezae told Xinhua.
The official however asserted that no security personnel had been hurt in the firefight.
Taliban militants who are active in parts of Ghazni province and have been fighting the government forces, are yet to make comment.