Afghanistan: Four police officers murdered by jihadists posing as their colleagues
Posted by Robert on November 2, 2012 2:03 PM
Apparently there were no NATO soldiers around for them to murder, so they turned on their "colleagues," killing them for the sin of collaborating with the regime that collaborates with the Infidels.
"4 Afghan police killed in insider attack," from the  Associated Press, November 2 (thanks to Anne Crockett):
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Four Afghan police officers were shot dead Friday in southern Helmand province in an insider attack by their colleagues, officials said.
Mohammad Toryali, police chief of Grish district, said the shooting occurred at a police outpost during a shift change.
The officers on duty were killed by four of their colleagues who had arrived to replace them, Toryali said. The killers fled.
At least 55 foreign troops have died in attacks by Afghan security forces this year. A similar number of Afghan policemen and soldiers have been killed in similar attacks by colleagues.
The surge in attacks has undermined trust between the U.S.-led NATO coalition and its Afghan partners, throwing doubt on the capabilities of the Afghans ahead of the withdrawal of foreign combat troops in 2014.
No kidding, really?
Article printed from Jihad Watch: http://www.jihadwatch.org/2012/11/afghanistan-four-police-officers-murdered-by-jihadists-posing-as-their-colleagues.htmlURLs in this post: