by Oliver North
Original post found at HumanEvents.com
Washington, DC – On Feb. 20, a NATO-Afghan security team at the Parwan Detention Center – adjacent to the U.S.-run Bagram Air Field, north of Kabul – began destroying files, books and documents from the detention facility library.
The printed material was being burned because it contained handwritten coded messages being passed among Taliban and al-Qaeda detainees. Afghan security personnel retrieved charred pages from several copies of the Koran and other Islamic holy texts.
The following day, angry crowds rioted outside NATO installations in Kabul and elsewhere around Afghanistan.
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