PARWAN (Arrahmah.com) – Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate attacked the US invaders mega supply and oil depot in Bagram district of northern Afghanistan’s Parwan province last night, a Mujahideen official said on Saturday.
Mujahideen combatants stormed the largest supply terminal in Yachal area of Bagram district last night between 10 and 11 p.m. local time with one of the largest storages used by American terrorists to keep their supplies and fuel sufficient for thousands of the invaders and to delivers the supplies and fuel to Bagram airbase and Kabul. Hundreds of the supply and fuel trucks parked in the facility as well as large supplies of food and fuel, heavy military equipment, sensitive electronic devices with huge food storage and a large fuel depot were set on fire. The attack resulted in the torching several dozens the enemy’s oil tankers, supply trucks, armored vehicles, and heavy equipment. Soon there was a huge blaze which spread to the other parts engulfing the entire terminal. Black smokes and flames were rising from the facility which remained on fire till the morning hours of the day.
Saturday night’s attack, latest in the series of Operation Al-Farooq and one of the most successful operation is the worst single-day attack for the US invaders since the start of October which did not only inflicted heavy material and human losses on the enemy but was also the one which a had morale-losing impact on them. (Shahamat/arrahmah.com)