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Afghanistan timeline September 2001

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September 25, 2001

September 22, 2001

  • Japan's Ministry of Finance announced that payments or fund transfers to accounts in Afghanistan and to Taliban-related individuals living outside Afghanistan needed its permission.

September 18, 2001

September 17, 2001

September 16, 2001

September 15, 2001

September 14, 2001

September 13, 2001

September 12, 2001

September 11, 2001

September 10, 2001

September 9, 2001

  • Afghan opposition leader Ahmed Shah Massoud was assassinated. A suicide bomber, posing as a journalist, blew himself up after gaining access to Masood's office. The suicide bomber was killed along with one of Masood's followers, and the Afghan commander's guards killed the second person posing as a journalist. The terrorists first conducted interviews with opposition soldiers in Shomali[?] before meeting with Massoud. The bomb was either hidden in the camera or concealed around the waist of one of the terrorists. Massoud did not die immediately, and underwent emergency surgery at a hospital in Tajikistan.
  • The Afghan Supreme Court resumed the trial of eight foreign aid workers held for allegedly preaching Christianity, but no detainees, diplomats or journalists were present.
  • In Afghanistan, the Taliban jailed 35 Afghan employees of one of the recently expelled foreign assistance groups.

September 8, 2001

  • Eight foreign aid workers on trial for promoting Christianity in Afghanistan appeared for the first time in the Supreme Court, and said they were innocent of proselytising. The hearing was presided over by Chief Justice Noor Mohammad Saqib[?] and 18 other judges. One of the six female defendants was wearing the head-to-toe cloak which is mandatory for Afghan women in public, while the others had veils over their hair only. The defendents walked slowly into the court under the escort of armed guards, who did not allow them to answer questions from journalists waiting outside the court.
  • Afghanistan's ruling Taliban took control of the Shokhi[?] and Khan Aqa[?] districts in Kapisa province[?] after several days of heavy clashes with the Northern Alliance led by Ahmad Shah Masood. The mother of one of the US prisoners and the father of another accompanied their daughters into the court but the cousin of the Australian man was kept waiting outside along with Australian, German and US diplomats.

September 7, 2001

  • The trial of eight foreign aid workers detained in Afghanistan on charges of preaching Christianity went into recess for a weekly holiday.

September 6, 2001

September 5, 2001

September 4, 2001

September 3, 2001

September 2, 2001

September 1, 2001



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