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NCA Strongly Condemns Heinous Terrorist Attack, Assassination of Governor Arsala Jamal, in Logar Province

The National Coalition of Afghanistan condemns, in the strongest terms, the recent terrorist attack by insurgents at the Pul-e-Alam mosque in Logar province, during the first day of our religious festival Eid al-Adha, tragically killing Governor Arsala Jamal and additional compatriots.

The National Coalition is deeply shocked and saddened by this incomprehensible and evil attack, which once again has proven the sinful and inhumane nature of insurgents, who show no regard for our sacred religion and human life. The insurgents will not be able to deter the determination of the Afghan people to realize a secure and prosperous Afghanistan, by conducting such atrocious and cruel attacks. They continue to show they are the true enemies of Afghanistan and Islam.

The National Coalition of Afghanistan extends its deep and heartfelt condolences to the families of Late Governor Arsala Jamal and other victims.  Late Governor Jamal was a patriot who served his nation well and always had the best interest of his country at heart. While serving in various official capacities, including as Governor, he demonstrated his immense sense of patriotism and valuable service to the local populace. He is a martyr of the nation whose service will not be forgotten. May the Almighty Allah bestow blessings upon his soul and of other victims.  The NCA also prays for the successful recovery of those injured in the attack.

October 16, 2013 – Kabul, Afghanistan

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