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The attack in Northern Afghanistan on April 21 was so massive that there was a shortage of coffins for the victims. The victims were mostly unarmed Afghan soldiers who had been to the local mosque for afternoon prayers. Not only has there been a shortage of coffins, the Afghan military appears to also lack strong leadership and trust from its military and political leadership. Soldiers have not always been paid on a consistent basis for their services. There is a lack of quality medical care for the disabled veterans, and now there are rumors of more “outside influence” from Nation States that are strengthening the terrorist network. With Al- Quaeda, the Taliban, Taliban-Haqqani  network, and now ISIS roaming the mountainous Hindu Kush, the one thing there is no shortage of in Afghanistan is a deadly recurring security nightmare for the people of Afghanistan, the United States and its NATO allies.

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