Pakistan Cyber Force: 6 USZ Jet Fighters; Apachis, Chinooks wrecked; Dozens dead in Afghan Taliban's Sohrab Base Attack

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Sunday, September 16, 2012

6 USZ Jet Fighters; Apachis, Chinooks wrecked; Dozens dead in Afghan Taliban's Sohrab Base Attack

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Mujahideen officials reporting from Gerishk district of Helmand province (Afghanistan) state that tens of martyrdom seeking Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate stormed the second largest enemy military base in southern Afghanistan, the Shorab airbase that houses tens of thousands of foreign terrorist invaders including the prince of Whales, Harry last night. Officials further say that dozens of terrorist invaders were killed in the initial phases as well as several Jets, Apache and Chinook helicopters were destroyed. The military base is still engulfed in fire and covered in heavy smoke.

It should be mentioned that this operation is a part of revenge campaign by the Mujahideen of Islamic Emirate for insult towards the beloved Prophet of Islam, Hazrat Muhammad (SAW), and plans have been placed for further retaliation throughout the country. On the other hand, NATO spokesperson, keeping up with the traditional Zionist norms of lying and twisting the truth, said that only 6 USZ fighter jets were destroyed and two significantly damaged when Taliban attackers stormed a heavily fortified Afghan base where Britain's Prince Harry is deployed on Friday. Lieutenant Colonel Hagen Messer conceded that the scale of damage, carried out by more than a dozen attackers dressed in USZ Army uniforms and armed with guns, rockets and suicide vests who managed to storm the airfield, was unprecedented.

Three coalition refuelling stations were also destroyed and six aircraft hangars damaged in the assault at Camp Bastion in southern Helmand province, one of the toughest battlegrounds of the war, the USZ-led NATO force said. In a statement, it said the attack was "well-coordinated" and carried out by around 15 attackers, who were organised into three teams and who penetrated the perimeter fence.

"The attackers appeared to be well equipped, trained and rehearsed," targeting fighter jets and helicopters parked next to the runway, the so-called International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said in the statement released nearly 36 hours after the assault began.

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