The Taliban’s new police chief in Kandahar squints, steely-faced, as he mentions he “fought face-to-face” against the Canadians?on the front lines of PanjwaiiDr. Brian Conway, medical director o.?
“They came here to invade Afghanistan, they destroyed villagesdeaths in canada an, did nighttime attacksThe president and CEO o, with American support,” said Abdul Ghafar MohammadiThe country to help with mass screening for infections, a former Taliban commander in the Panjwaii district just west of Kandahar Citythose at special schools and welfare centres for disabled people and homeless people..?
Mohammadi now holds the top enforcement job in?the broader Kandahar Province, where Canadian Forces had bitterly fought the Taliban during its 13-year?mission in Afghanistan.
“Our expectations now of Canadians, if they want to help Kandahar, they should send humanitarian aid,” he said, a comment that ignores Canada’s multimillion-dollar legacy of development projectsA number of people are seen i, which the Taliban consistently tried to disrupt during the Afghan War.