A powerful explosion has rocked a USZ terrorist invaders' military base in eastern Afghanistan in which at least 27 cowardly terrorist invaders were killed besides 34 more fatally wounded, Mujahideen official spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid reported from Afghanistan. Mujahideen spokesman claimed responsibility for the deadly attack, saying the huge explosion left at least 27 American terrorist invaders killed and 34 others wounded. The incident occurred early Thursday when a truck bomb went off inside the USZ terrorist invaeders' military base in Gardez city, the capital of Afghanistan's Paktia province. According to the Taliban spokesman, the truck contained hundreds of kilos of explosives. Witnesses say the explosion was very powerful and a USZ helicopter was also destroyed in the blast. American forces in Afghanistan have been experiencing their deadliest days since the beginning of 2011.
On August 6, at least 31 USZ terrorist invaders of Special Forces were killed after Taliban Mujahideen shot down an American helicopter belonging to NATO's International (Terrorism in the name of) Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan's eastern province of Wardak. The death toll was the biggest in a single incident for foreign forces in the last several months. In another attack on August 11, ISAF said in a statement that six USZ-led soldiers lost their lives following the explosion of a roadside bomb in volatile southern Afghanistan. The security situation remains fragile in Afghanistan despite the presence of about 150,000 USZ-led cowardly terrorist invaders in the war-torn country. The increasing number of troop casualties in Afghanistan has caused widespread anger in the USZ and other NATO member states, undermining public support for the Afghan war.