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Khaama Press, April 30, 2012

Hundreds demonstrate against war criminals in Afghanistan

By Ghanizada


28th and 27th April are shameful stains in our history!
April 30, 2012: The banner reads: 28th and 27th April are two shameful stains in our history! Thousands gathered in Kabul to condemn these dark days. (Photo: BBC Persian)
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Several protesters on Monday demonstrated against the war crimes which took place during 27/April/1978 after the Democractic Republic Party of Afghanistan toppled down the government of Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan and 28/April/1992 after the Mujahideen toppled down the Pro-Soviet government.

The demonstration was organized by the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan where the protesters also burnt the pictures of Afghan president Hamid Karzai, Democractic Republic Party leaders, Mujahideen leaders and Taliban group.

The protesters also issued a statement at the end of the demonstrations and urged to inroduce those involved behind the war crimes which took place during the past 30 years to judiciary institutions.

They also accused Washington and Kabul for appointing the war criminals to high level government positions instead of trying them for their crimes.

The Solidarity Party of Afghanistan is not a well known party and was formed last year based on the information provided in the website of the Ministry of Justice of Afghanistan.


Photos of infamous warlords like Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Qaseem Faheem, Karim Khalili and Qanooni were defaced
April 30, 2012: Photos of infamous warlords like Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Qaseem Faheem, Karim Khalili and Qanooni were defaced. (Photo: BBC Persian)
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Hundreds took to streets with chants against warlords
April 30, 2012: Hundreds took to streets with chants of "Death to warlords" and cursed warlords Gulbuddin, Sayyaf, Khalili, Fahim and others. (Photo: BBC Persian)
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Towards the end a huge board bearing photos of more than thirty warlords was burnt by a group of youngsters
April 30, 2012: Towards the end a huge board bearing photos of more than thirty warlords was burnt by a group of youngsters. (Photo: BBC Persian)
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