Monday, December 11, 2017

French ISIS Fighters Relocate to Afghanistan from Syria

French Foreign Legion?

"Foreigners by birth, the legionnaires have become Frenchmen by the blood they have spilled"
In plain sight.


Several foreign militants affiliated with the Islamic State terror group including French and Algerian nationals have moved to Afghanistan after they were suppress during the operations in Syria and Iraq, it has been reported.

Sources privy of the development have told AFP that several French and Algerian IS fighters were seen in nothern Jawzjan province of Afghanistan.

Darzab district administrative chief Mohammad Dawar has told the paper that “A number” of Algerian and French nationals entered the largely IS-controlled district of Darzab in northern Jowzjan province in November.

He said at least two women were among the arrivals, who were travelling with a translator from Tajikistan as well as Chechens and Uzbeks, Dawar added.

European and Afghan security sources in Kabul confirmed Dawar’s claim that French citizens were among the fighters — though, one cautioned, “we do not know how many there are”, according to AFP.

In the meantime, the provincial governor’s spokesman Mohammad Reza Ghafoori has said the terror group has so far recruited around 50 children in their ranks in this province, including some children who are as young as 10-year-old.

This comes as earlier reports emerged from Jawzjan province suggesting that the terror group is training almost 300 children to be recruited in their ranks in Jawzjan province.

Jawzjan Province:



SHIBERGHAN (PAN): The northern Jawzjan province has immense gas reserves but stringent measures are needed to exploit the natural resources of the province in larger national interests, locals said.
Bordering Turkmenistan, the province has five known areas rich in gas reservoirs. The natural gas is one of the valuable resources of Afghanistan but the country could not be able to exploit it judiciously.
The gas resources were discovered and extracted by the exploration directorate while the Afghan Gas Enterprise Directorate had the responsibility for its further distribution and sale.
Around 4,000 employees were working on the gas reservoirs sites.
The reservoirs of gas in Khaja Gogordak, Yatim Taq and Jerqoduq areas of Shiberghan city are being exploited currently. Dasht-e-Laili area of Qushtepa and Khaja Dukoh districts are another two areas rich in gas mines.
The mines were discovered in 1960 and exported to Soviet Union until 1988 but after a considerable time period, the Russians had to close that gas mine facility.
According to geological studies, around 40 billiards gas had been extracted from a total of 140 billiards cubic meters gas.
Totally 300 gas wells was certified by Russian and Afghan experts in 1960. And 36 of them are being exploited currently.
  1.      Khaja Gogordak, Yatim Taq and Jerqoduq mines:
This time, 4,000 families and hundreds of shops and brick and lime kilns in Shiberghan and Mazar-i-Sharif Kod wa Barq Factory in Balkh province utilize the 36 gas wells on subsidized prices.
The total amount of gas reserves being used in Shiberghan is estimated at 50,000 cubic meters.

  1.  Jerqoduq mine:
This mine is located 15 kilometres southeast of Shiberghan city where 33 wells with 2,200 metres in depth have been dug. The total reserves of gas have been estimated 26 billiard cubic meters. Among these, 15,362 cubic metres gas has been extracted.
  1. Khaja Gogordak mine:
This mine is located 23 kilometres northwest of Shiberghan city with total reserves of 468 billiard cubic metres. A total of 44 cubic metres gas has been extracted. There are around 52 gas wells.
  1. Yatim Taq mine:
This mine is located 18 kilometres east of Shiberghan city with the reserves of 208 billiard cubic metres. In addition, 350,000 cubic meters gas is being provided daily to Mazar-i-Sharif’s Kod wa Barq factory. The pipeline from Shiberghan city to Mazar-i-Sharif Kod wa Barq Factory is 55 kilometres in length and 12 inches in diameter with gas supply capacity of 500 million cubic meters per year.
Mobile police and other security forces are active to maintain security in the area of gas mines.
  1. Gas mine in Qoshtepah district:
This mine is located in Dasht-i-Laila area 60 kilometers north of Qoshtepah district. In 1960, Russian and Afghan experts started extraction of gas which used to be exported to Russia at that time.
  1. Khaja Dukoh district gas mine:
This mine is located in Bashikor, Juma Bazaar and Majid Qoduq areas of Dasht-i-Laila and Qushtepa district. Russian and Afghan expert started to work on its extraction in 1960 and then had to export to the former Soviet Union.
Similarly, the work of big gas supply project worth $ 57 million was started in April 2013.
The project contains extension of 94 kilometers new pipeline between Mazar-i-Sharif and Shiberghan along with installation of one sulfur-separation machine and excavation of eight new gas wells in Shiberghan.
The pipeline is extended at the cost of $32 million and similarly eight wells are rebuilt at the cost of $25 million which funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
The work of two projects has been contracted among ministry of mine and American and Turkish representatives and will be completed by the mid 2014.
The Ministry of Mine said the US is committed to renew the pipeline from Khaja Gogorda of Jawzjan province to Mazar-i-Sharif Kod wa Barq Factory.
The existing pipeline, 89 kilometres, has been in use for the last 30 years and has been partially damaged.
Similarly, eight gas wells had been reconstructed in the outskirts of Jerqoduq and Yatim Taq areas of Shiberghan city and distributed gas to Shiberghan and Mazar-i-Sharif residents. This part of the project is donated by the ADB.
According to the ministry, each well produces 260,000 cubic meters gas in a day. Also a sulfur separation machine planted at Jerqoduq area, purifying gas, which then becomes ready for further distribution.
Other mines in Jawzjan:
In addition, other small mineral reserves such as sand, lime and gypsum are abundant in Jawzjan which are mostly used in construction work.
These mines are located in Jerqoduq and Yatimtaq areas while gypsum was discovered 60 years ago and is being utilized up till now.
The government has imposed a tax of 1500 afghanis per loaded truck of the mines.
Provincial gas discovery directorate said south and southeast fields of Jawzjan are consisted of hills, which are rich in gas.
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3 comments:

  1. Lets examine the unbelievable.

    1) Somehow they escaped active war zones, while being surrounded on all sides.

    2) They had valid passports , and managed to pass all rigorous security checks on their journey.

    3) They utilized civilian airlines.

    4) Not one security agency noticed anything suspicious.


    They actually expect us to believe that.

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    1. Hey MieszkoI

      The only way the news of the french ISIS fighters making their way to Afghanistan makes any sense is if these guys are the "french foreign legion"
      Makes sense and explains the total free pass!

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  2. for jo6pack

    I left this in an older post as a correction and response,not sure if you'll see it so I moved it here too


    Hi jo:
    Hope you see this comment- the former leader of Yemen was Hadi, not Abadi, my mix up!
    Abadi= Iraq
    Hadi = Yemen after Saleh was ousted in a colour revolution

    I covered this back in 2105.
    http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2015/03/yemen-houthis-run-nation-quitter-hadi.html

    My commentary from 2015
    "Keeping an eye on Yemen. Much going on as of late.
    It appears the Houthi's are expanding their defences in Yemen. No doubt for very good reasons.
    I have noticed a simplistic narrative is emerging-
    Hadi- ousted by Houthis- LIE. Hadi and his western backed government stepped down.
    Houthis backed by Saleh- not substantiated
    Houthis backed by Iran- not substantiated We do know that Saleh was ousted and a very western friendly government was installed in Yemen, led by Hadi. We do know that Hadi and his government steppped down. Beyond those known facts, lie many unverfied claims."

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