Hambastagi.org (Translated by RAWA), April 24, 2015
The Solidarity Party of Afghanistan (SPA) condemns the dark days of 28th and 27th April! (PHOTOS)
“Let us exact vengeance for the Kabul tragedy with the prosecution of the traitorous leaders of 28th April!”
On April 24, members and supporters of the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan (SPA) gathered to protest and condemn the dark days of 28th and 27th April. In this gathering there were 1600 participants and the main slogan read: ‘Let us prosecute the criminals of 27th and 28th April!’
The protestors held placards reading, ‘28th April, more odious than 27th April!’, ‘28th and 27th April are ominous days of national mourning!’, ‘Let us exact vengeance for the Kabul tragedy with the prosecution of the traitorous leaders of 28th April!’, and ‘Perpetrators of crimes committed in the past four decades are officials of the corrupt government!’.
The protestors raised slogans against criminals of the past four decades and sang songs of the Morcha band ().
Hafeez Rasikh spoke as the representative of the SPA and said, “The national ‘terror’ government (a term commonly used now to describe the present so-called National Unity Government’) is composed of the people who massacred and destroyed our country in the past four decades. Although they have forgiven each other, but the suffering people of Afghanistan, especially Kabulis, will never forget the horrors committed by these criminals. The day is not far when our people will prosecute them all one by one.”
After the protest ended, the youngsters of the SPA held a street theatre that depicted the bloodshed in the ominous eras of Khalq-Parcham, the fundamentalist factions (1992-1996), Taliban, and the current national ‘terror’ government which was formed with the mediation of the criminals' US masters. ‘State of Seige’ by the famous Greek musician Mikis Theodorakis was played at the end of the theatre. The protestors then joined the actors while raising their fists.
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