Very interesting, I must say. Can't get into "the noble traits of the prophet Muhammad" though:)
"We consider this as part of our duty to defend humanity against the scourge of intolerance, violence and fanaticism." - Ahmad Shah Massoud, from "Massoud's Letter To The People Of America," (1998).
Two days before the events that dramatically altered our perceptions of the Middle East and changed the political landscape in the West, Afghanistan's George Washington, Ahmad Shah Massoud, was killed by the shadow CIA and the Bush White House because he stood in the way of their plans for Afghanistan.
Massoud was a genius military leader who was responsible for throwing out the Soviet invaders in the 1980s. The Wall Street Journal said he was "the Afghan who won the Cold War." Sebastian Junger, journalist and documentarian, most known for the amazing award-winning documentary 'Restrepo,' reflected on the meaning of Massoud's death and what his loss meant for the world in the National Geographic. He wrote:Massoud—who loathed the extremism of the Taliban as much as he did the totalitarianism of the Soviet Union—once told me he was fighting not only for a free Afghanistan but for a free world. There was something about him—the slow nod of his head as he listened to a question, the exhaustion and curiosity engraved on his handsome, haggard face—that made it clear we were in the presence of an extraordinary man.Nicknamed the "Lion of Panjshir," Massoud embodied the noble traits of the prophet Muhammad and possessed the intellectual gifts to accomplish what now seems impossible ten years after the false flag 9/11 attacks---bringing peace to Afghanistan.
Massoud was a warrior but he was not trigger happy. His goal was to create peace in Afghanistan so he could relax, spend time with his family and finish his studies. But the foreign vultures, from Pakistan to America, saw a great opportunity for conquest in a weak and divided Afghanistan.
After heroically overthrowing the Soviets, Massoud was drawn back into war in the 1990s when the U.S./Pakistan backed Taliban was menacing the people of Afghanistan with slavery and death. Massoud stood tall, and defended Kabul against the barbarians and thieves who were raping Afghanistan in the name of Islam with the assistance of foreign governments.
The Taliban and other warlords wanted to kill Massoud because of his decision to support a democratic government as opposed to a theocracy. The shadow CIA and the Bush White House wanted to kill Massoud because they knew how much power and popularity he had in Afghanistan. Killing Massoud in 2001, two days before the 9/11 attacks, would be like the British killing George Washington in 1776, and thus changing the course of history forever.
That's how important Massoud was to the stability and security of Afghanistan. But even more importantly, Massoud's aims were pure and righteous, and he had the majority of the Afghan people behind him. Their sacred trust and faith was invested in Massoud and they were never betrayed by him. All of Afghanistan would have benefited had Massoud's dream of peace been fulfilled.
If Massoud hadn't been killed by the backstabbing snakes in the White House he would've delivered a serious blow to the American empire just as he did to the Soviet Empire two decades before. His death created an open pathway for the biggest evil empire to invade and conquer Afghanistan in the name of fighting terrorism and Islamic extremism.