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By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security

A woman in Kabul, falsely suspected of burning the Quran, was recently beaten to death by a crowd, run over by a pickup truck and lynched, driven away, burned and then thrown over a bridge.
By John Ubaldi
Contributor, In Homeland Security

Last week while on vacation in Hawaii, President Barack Obama addressed military personal and announced that the U.S. is officially ending its combat mission in Afghanistan.
By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Today, in Kabul, four terrorists dressed as women gained access to a next door residential area and fired rocket-propelled grenades at the headquarters for the Afghan’s Independent Election Commission. After a standoff with the police, the terrorists were destroyed, two policemen injured and no reporting of any innocent dead.

By William Tucker
Chief Correspondent for In Homeland Security

The Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan attacked a prison in Dera Ismail Khan yesterday resulting in the escape of over 200 prisoners. Reports indicate that some of the attackers engaged the prison guards outside the prison walls, while other units took up positions designed to deny access by Pakistani military units responding to the attack.

By William Tucker

Six Afghan policemen were killed today by a fellow officer who may have been recruited by the Taliban to carry out the attack. Insider attacks targeting NATO members have been reported on extensively – commonly known as “green on blue” attacks – but it is the Afghan forces that have received the majority of the damage.

By William Tucker

A Taliban force, numbering about ten, launched an attack on the U.S. Embassy and NATO headquarters. Several suicide attacks against Afghan police stations in Kabul coincided with the larger attack on the international targets. Reports from the International Stabilization Force indicate that the attackers were able to hit the Embassy from an adjacent building that is under construction.