CNN: Ali Maisam Nazary: Resistance throughout Afghanistan’s history has started and expanded without outside support. The late Cmdr. Massoud was able to build his resistance against the Soviets with a limited number of resources and successfully defeat the mighty Red Army. So international aid and support are not a requirement for us to be able
8am: Ali Maisam Nazary, head of foreign relations for the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan (NRF), says that NRF’s operations have expanded during the past year and is currently fighting against the Taliban in six provinces of the country with 4,000 well-equipped and trained forces. Nazary further said that they have called on the different
VOA News Masood Farivar April 28, 2022 With the onset of the “fighting season” in Afghanistan, small pockets of anti-Taliban resistance appear to be forming across much of the country. The development, coupled with a spike in deadly attacks by the Islamic State terrorist group, could threaten the Taliban’s hold on power eight months after
Today the Taliban terrorists announced that Nowruz (Persian New Year) is against Islam & all celebrations for it is banned. These terrorists are openly eradicating anything that belongs to Afghanistan‘s cultural identity.Our resistance is for the preservation of our civilization! — Ali Maisam Nazary (@alinazary) March 6, 2022
Michael Hughes AOPNEWS January 1, 2022 Afghan resistance leaders and their supporters appear confident that both military and political efforts to counter the Taliban will eventually spread nationwide amid growing human rights abuses against women and minorities. Amrullah Saleh, who declared himself the “Acting President” of Afghanistan amid the fall of Kabul, has been resolute,
Aamaj: Head of foreign relations for National Resistance Front (NRF), Ali Maisam Nazary, reacted to former president, Hamid Karzai’s remarks saying that forming a modern institution which represents everyone can end the vicious cycle of violence in Afghanistan. Click here to read more (external link).
Ayaz Gul VOA News November 1, 2021 ISLAMABAD — U.S. officials have confirmed that a newly formed armed group resisting the Taliban rule in Afghanistan has registered with the United States. The confirmation came in response to claims by the anti-Taliban National Resistance Front (NRF) that its international office has “received authorization to officially open” in
Press TV September 8, 2021 Afghanistan’s National Resistance Front (NRF) says the Taliban’s new interim government is “illegitimate,” fated to become a “pariah” amid the front’s call for a nationwide uprising. The Taliban on Tuesday announced the formation of the new caretaker government made up of top leaders from the Taliban and the militant Haqqani