CABUL, Afghanistan – In a few hours, Afghanistan’s polls will be opened for. Voting in the Kandahar province is postponed for one week after an attack, Thursday left several top Afghan officials dead.
Avg. Scott Miller made a surprise look on the streets of Kabul on Friday after the insider attack could have cost him his life. The Taliban said they are going to kill the general, but he is not convinced.
“My assessment is that I was not the goal,” he said. “It was a very close, limited space, but I do not judge that I was the goal.”
It’s a space so limited that the general pulled his own side arm when the gunman opened fire. An American military spokesman in Kabul confirmed these details and said: “When there is a threat we are making our weapons. That’s what we are trained to do.” General Miller is no exception. “
Miller is also a warrior warrior who was among the first US troops in Afghanistan after September 1
1 and a master of the US elite special forces.
Friday’s public appearance – surrounded by armed forces Afghan soldiers – aimed to calm a nervous Afghan public after Thursday’s attack.
“We continue our support. My message to the people of Afghanistan has been very consistent. You are all entitled to be proud of your security forces and the preparations they have made for the election, “said Miller. .
Being proud of their security forces is one thing. But trust in these forces to protect them is another as voters of millions go to the vote in violation of