911 the War in Afghanistan (Full Documentary)

  • Published on Oct 27, 2014
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    The War in Afghanistan (2001-present) refers to the intervention by North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and allied forces in the ongoing Afghan civil war. The war followed the September 11 attacks, and its public aims were to dismantle al-Qaeda and denying it a safe basis of operation in Afghanistan by removing the Taliban from power.
    U.S. President George W. Bush demanded that the Taliban hand over Osama bin Laden and expel al-Qaeda. The Taliban asked bin Laden to leave the country, but declined to extradite him without evidence of his involvement in the 9/11 attacks. The United States refused to negotiate and launched Operation Enduring Freedom on 7 October 2001 with the United Kingdom. The two were later joined by other forces, including the Northern Alliance. The U.S. and its allies drove the Taliban from power and built military bases near major cities across the country. Most al-Qaeda and Taliban were not captured, escaping to neighboring Pakistan or retreating to rural or remote mountainous regions.[citation needed]
    In December 2001, the United Nations Security Council established the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), to oversee military operations in the country and train Afghan National Security Forces. At the Bonn Conference in December 2001, Hamid Karzai was selected to head the Afghan Interim Administration, which after a 2002 loya jirga in Kabul became the Afghan Transitional Administration. In the popular elections of 2004, Karzai was elected president of the country, now named the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
    In 2003, NATO assumed leadership of ISAF, with troops from 43 countries. NATO members provided the core of the force. One portion of U.S. forces in Afghanistan operated under NATO command; the rest remained under direct U.S. command. Taliban leader Mullah Omar reorganized the movement and in 2003 launched an insurgency against the government and ISAF.
    Though vastly outgunned and outnumbered, the Taliban insurgents, most notably the Haqqani Network and Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin, have waged asymmetric warfare with guerilla raids and ambushes in the countryside, suicide attacks against urban targets and turncoat killings against coalition forces. The Taliban exploited weaknesses in the Afghan government, among the most corrupt in the world, to reassert influence across rural areas of southern and eastern Afghanistan. ISAF responded in 2006 by increasing troops for counterinsurgency operations to "clear and hold" villages and "nation building" projects to "win hearts and minds".
    While ISAF continued to battle the Taliban insurgency, fighting crossed into neighboring North-West Pakistan. In 2004, the Pakistani Army began to clash with local tribes hosting al-Qaeda and Taliban militants. The US military launched drone attacks in Pakistan to kill insurgent leaders. This resulted in the start of an insurgency in Waziristan in 2007.
    On 2 May 2011, United States Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden in Abbotabad, Pakistan. In May 2012, NATO leaders endorsed an exit strategy for withdrawing their forces. UN-backed peace talks have since taken place between the Afghan government and the Taliban. In May 2014, the United States announced that its combat operations would end in 2014, leaving just a small residual force in the country until the end of 2016.
    As of 2013, tens of thousands of people had been killed in the war. Over 4,000 ISAF soldiers and civilian contractors as well as over 10,000 Afghan National Security Forces had been killed.
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  • Choong Ching Teo
    Choong Ching Teo Hour ago

    British lost in the Great Game, they lost it in Tibet too.

  • Therealdeal
    Therealdeal Day ago

    Only the British have defeated Afghan many time 👍🏻

  • vaxu vax
    vaxu vax 7 days ago

    I read that there was a song in Victorian england ,,Oh, by Jingo!,, and some lyricks can apply even today for USA- ,,We don't want to fight but by Jingo if we do,
    We've got the ships, we've got the men, we've got the money too,,

  • IamOn aHorse Cidcid123456

    USA the terrorist

  • Shinchan Nohara
    Shinchan Nohara 10 days ago

    Pakistan the global sponsor of al queda & Taliban.

  • Manuqtix Manuqtix
    Manuqtix Manuqtix 11 days ago

    I think china is next to fight in Afghanistan after the USA

  • Keln
    Keln 11 days ago

    Afghanistan: where empires go to die

  • Kris Frederick
    Kris Frederick 13 days ago

    Oh Lindsey, it's so hard to see you when you still had balls.

  • Kevin Aguilar
    Kevin Aguilar 13 days ago

    I felt throughout the documentary that ex Pakistan's President was lying and was covering his mistakes. Also, the denial that the Taliban's leader is not in Pakistan is confusing and slightly suspicious.

  • sana luxe
    sana luxe 14 days ago

    Just like America invaded Vietnam for their beliefs, they're doing the same to all of Afghanistan even though innocent civilians aren't responsible for the supposed sheltering of Al-Qaeda. Afghanistan does NOT share the same beliefs as Al-Qaeda but America think they're the leaders of the world and destroy the culture and once growing country. Even worse that our fellow Muslim neighbouring countries are not raising awareness for this crisis like they do for Palestine.

  • Usama Rehman
    Usama Rehman 16 days ago

    Welcome to graveyard...

  • Arya Damar
    Arya Damar 16 days ago

    subhnalloh amazing the leader mula umar taliban

  • soid drone slayer
    soid drone slayer 18 days ago +1

    This is very disheartening to see and why I will continue to say that its due time for the War in Afghanistan to end, this so called "War On terror" which has now spanned 3 US presidents and cost the US $1 trillion with nothing of significance that has been achieved in nearly 20 years time. The US have absolutely nothing to gain by fighting in Afghanistan the only thing that was gained was an extremely high body count, long lasting combat injuries, severe PTSD and Americas prestige severely weakened. Why must America learn the hard lesson the Mongols, British and Russians had to learn? These people will never ever surrender they will honor no peace treaty or truce they will not stop until they drive those who they see as occupiers/invaders out of their country. Thats why its time for America to count our losses and pullout nothing short of a complete withdrawal not one more drop of American blood should be spilled to fight this war. Let the Afghani military continue to fight the ground war for control of their country because our soldiers have sacrificed enough the best America can do is provide air support by way of targeted specific air strikes. Thats it, thats all enough is enough

  • joy ali
    joy ali 26 days ago

    This is the biggest mistake of usa history.They will regret it till eternity.ther generation will ask them for sure why we invaded afgansitan.jews got sucessful in fooling americans.First mossad did 9/11 and then blamed it on muslims,Remember the first to name an individual after 911 was yahud barak former isreali prime minister.He said first that 911 happened and there is bin laden sitting in afgansitan.google his interview. american will be destroyed in afgansitan after usa pull of afgansitan ww3 will start mark my words jews will start ww3.

  • SD
    SD 26 days ago

    Pakistan is the main problem behind terrorism... We should stop paying them billions and aid....

  • Humble Hero
    Humble Hero 28 days ago +2

    22:11 I didn’t know Stew was a historian

  • Rony Khboz
    Rony Khboz Month ago

    How you are a world power and can’t even defeat a group of people who are poor as fuck with no technology

  • Illyrian Gamer
    Illyrian Gamer Month ago

    God has cursed britain for the incents they bombed in those poor villages

  • Nabil Akhtar
    Nabil Akhtar Month ago

    The British empire was the main root cause of all this look at africa, middle east and even some parts of south east asia they divided all the communities so there would be racial tensions war and civil unrest until today

  • ToP TeN {LisT}
    ToP TeN {LisT} Month ago

    americans go to hell

  • coolman9i6
    coolman9i6 Month ago

    These Middle Easterners will never stop. As soon we we leave they will become organized again and try the same thing. Happened in 93 then it happened again in 2001. We can’t leave. They won’t let us

  • christine black
    christine black Month ago

    Are the US troops still taking PEP PILLS??

  • Shalamar Parrish
    Shalamar Parrish Month ago

    God Bless America. My home sweet home. Rip to all our 911 victims.

    • Mutahir Shah
      Mutahir Shah Month ago

      Your government has done this just bcz jews has defeat you in economics and now usa belongs to jews and America wI'll paying for this

  • bakhtiyar Tarin
    bakhtiyar Tarin Month ago


  • MRZsiir
    MRZsiir Month ago +2

    There will be no peace over there. People live like animals in the middle age. Simply, Pres. Bush did not have much choice. He had to invade Afghanistan after that attack.

  • ActsisMMLJ CorrectlyObeyed

    Christians defending the West by foreign policy...damned if you do, damned if you don't. Might as well DO.

  • Secret Agent
    Secret Agent Month ago

    is The Father of CIA
    ISI Agents work for free.

  • Secret Agent
    Secret Agent Month ago

    ISI defeat Soviet union and Super power America. and next is little dogy endia.😎
    is Number One intelligence Agency in this World with the support of Spiritual intelligence.

  • somnath chandrasekarappa

    Muslims are highly committed to there religion there is no end until planet earth collapses.

  • Isaac Leillhikar
    Isaac Leillhikar Month ago

    The head of education of the region of the Helmand can't read and about a fourth can read. So why are your hoping eyes looking for schools around the world? Is it that hard to teach three people to read? Apparently these people don't care about reading. Maybe what Europ and Us say about schools is the problem with illiteracy.

  • Pashto Islamic Dawah

    Haha.. you nato foolers ,;,,

  • Rob Parsons
    Rob Parsons Month ago +16

    How did they know bin larden and his men was watching 911 on tv.

    • Choong Ching Teo
      Choong Ching Teo Hour ago

      @Paraconti lol, u mean, they asked "what were you doing during the 9/11? what about eating popcorns?

    • Paraconti
      Paraconti 6 days ago

      interrogation of taliban captured.

    • joy ali
      joy ali 26 days ago +1

      former isreali prime minister yahud barak had told.he was the first to blame osama bin laden.

  • Abdul Ghafar Malikzada

    I am from Afghanistan and we know where Afghanistan was in 2001 and now its end of 2019, Afghanistan is completly changed in a positive way, proud to be afghan, and thanks to NATO forces they always support Afghanistan. it was amazing Documentary.

    • Nasir Khan
      Nasir Khan Month ago

      How many of you killed?
      what is that changing in 19 years with price of millions killings?
      NATO is just there for their benifits
      Shame on you 😠😡

  • Shahab Jamil
    Shahab Jamil Month ago

    long live Usama bin laden the great

    • Holly Booker
      Holly Booker 10 days ago

      @JustMe UK that was Baghdadi.

    • JustMe UK
      JustMe UK 23 days ago

      @John Kennedy lol exactly he ran and his screaming like a lil girl and this fuckwit is tge only oerson who sont know he got taken out 🙄

    • John Kennedy
      John Kennedy Month ago +1

      Shahab Jamil that coward is dead in hell

  • LaDla GuJJaR
    LaDla GuJJaR Month ago

    Anyone who will collide with Muslims will b crushed InshAllah.

  • Alexander Kakhadze
    Alexander Kakhadze Month ago


  • Tinaydow
    Tinaydow Month ago +1

    يوم القيامه

  • Insalated
    Insalated 2 months ago

    Real times ☝🏼☝🏼☝🏼☝🏼

  • AQ iB
    AQ iB 2 months ago

    My cousin died in the shithole USA assholes gay war... usa is gay

  • G Money
    G Money 2 months ago

    I think i remember osama here in the us having a meeting. When the towers got hit they let him leave

  • Shajib Kumar Guha
    Shajib Kumar Guha 2 months ago

    The evils of the world! Motherfuckers al queda

  • JirenThe- Gray
    JirenThe- Gray 2 months ago +4

    *Mulla omar mujahid*🇸🇦🇵🇰🇸🇦🇵🇰🇸🇦🇵🇰
    Indeed From a student of islam to Waliuallah and Ameer ul momeen of Afghanistan♡

  • Muhammad Hamdani
    Muhammad Hamdani 2 months ago


  • ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਜੁਬਾਨ ਤੋ दिल तो INDIAN

    Its all happened becoz afganistan has very good neighbour ... pakistan is behind of this ,
    Pakistan how much more you want .
    Laden was in pak and pakistan people still saying its all darma . Shame on pak . What you think USA is poor country thats way they doing ... u people are sick .u sick
    But now table turned isreal , india , russia , usa , some of muslim country all against you .

  • it-tobz
    it-tobz 2 months ago

    so should I trust if this is still up to date

  • Fakhar Dar
    Fakhar Dar 2 months ago +1

    tailban is best one man army

  • Frank C Jones
    Frank C Jones 2 months ago

    Here is the big question that hasn't been answered: why did the US invade Afghanistan?

    • Frank C Jones
      Frank C Jones 11 days ago

      @Cc117 cc117 except the Taliban offered to turn bin laden over if the Bush administration would show them the evidence of his involvement, not exactly unreasonable. The Bush administration refused, because they had no evidence. Their claims that bin laden was involved are flat out lies. Legal evidence that al Qaeda was behind the attacks? None.

    • Cc117 cc117
      Cc117 cc117 11 days ago

      To dismantle al-Qaeda, and to deny it a safe base of operations Its public aims were to dismantle al-Qaeda, and to deny it a safe base of operations in Afghanistanby removing the Taliban from power. Afghanistanby removing the Taliban from power.

    • Snap vsj
      Snap vsj 2 months ago

      @Frank C Jones i mean because of thinks i said before and also just because they can :)

    • Frank C Jones
      Frank C Jones 2 months ago

      @Snap vsj true, but you can't invade a country because of that .

    • Snap vsj
      Snap vsj 2 months ago

      Because its beside Iran, Pakistan and India. Strategic important land

  • El Machin
    El Machin 2 months ago

    LCPL Scott “boots” Harper 1/6 Marines August 22, 1990- October 13, 2011 Afghanistan.

  • Zeeshan Niazi
    Zeeshan Niazi 2 months ago

    38:10 this american plnted dude was misleading USA by teling them that Mullah Umer was in Pakistan but recent reports reveals that he never left Afghanistan and died near an american basi in Afghanistan.
    56:12 narrator was saying that Al Qaeda is regrouping in Pakistan but waht happened??? When they were busy fooling their people that Pakistan is to blame Al Qaeda resurfaced in Iraq, Syria, Libya and in Africa.
    All of them were fooling the Western people by scapegoating Pakistan to cover up their incompetence while Al Qaeda and ISIS were regrouping under their nose in Iraq.

  • Sajaad Ali Shah
    Sajaad Ali Shah 2 months ago

    افغانستان تو ایک بہانہ تھا اس نشانہ تو پاکستان تھا مگر پاکستان کی افواج نے پاکستان کا بھرپور دفاع کیا اور دشمنوں اور غداروں کو شکست دے کر پاکستان کو بچایا اور امن قائم کیا اور امریکہ کو فیل کیا افغانستان میں اسی لیے تو ہم اپنی افواج پاکستان اور آئی ایس آئی پر فخر کرتے ہیں پاکستان آرمی زندہ باد

  • Sajaad Ali Shah
    Sajaad Ali Shah 2 months ago

    افغانستان کی ہسٹری رہی ہے اسے کوئی طاقت کے زور پر فتح نہیں کر سکا جتنا امریکہ بہادر نے جنگ پر پیسا برباد کیا ہے اتنا اگر اپنے لوگوں پر لگتے تو آج امریکہ چین کا مقروض نہیں ہوتا

  • Sajaad Ali Shah
    Sajaad Ali Shah 2 months ago

    20 سال جنگ کرنے کے بعد امریکہ کے ہاتھ کچھ نہیں آیا لاکھوں انسانوں کا خون بہایا گیا بے گناہ لوگوں کو شہید کر دیا گیا

  • Sajaad Ali Shah
    Sajaad Ali Shah 2 months ago

    اس جنگ کا سب سے زیادہ نقصان پاکستان اور افغانستان کو ہوا ہے 20سال جنگ کرنے کے بعد اب امریکہ مذاکرات کے لیے طالبان کے سامنے ہاتھ جوڑ رہا ہے

  • Nsm S
    Nsm S 2 months ago

    We need chinese help

  • tina thompson
    tina thompson 2 months ago

    The more I learn about the region, the more I realize it is a shit hole. The MEN there are sociopaths who lead a criminal state. They cannot be reasoned with. The only way to undo thousands of years of shit in their brains is through a conquering force similar to what started it all. Poor women. We should arm women.

  • Rysdaulet Sultanov
    Rysdaulet Sultanov 2 months ago

    The group of American politicians destroyed World Trade Center, that is 100% proven

  • shubham tripathi
    shubham tripathi 2 months ago +3

    Pakistan is responsible the today's condition of the afganistan

    • shubham tripathi
      shubham tripathi 17 days ago

      @Bernie love Dtrump is not trustfull men as he does will kurds

  • shubham tripathi
    shubham tripathi 2 months ago +1

    Thrusting the Pakistan is big mistake but on other hand no option other to ask help to Pakistan

  • Nikunj Kumar Jain
    Nikunj Kumar Jain 2 months ago +2

    time that now INDIA steps in afghanistan....america can leave now. Time for a Final Solution of pakistan which will be via afghanistan.

    • poonam verma
      poonam verma 2 months ago +1

      No need of this..!!! India should stay away from Afghanistan internal matters..we have our own issues..!! We should spend money on our country n our own security.

    • MD Mudassir Qamar
      MD Mudassir Qamar 2 months ago

      hey..! kumar jain are you mad....first we have to be a world power for that.

    • Adolf Hitler
      Adolf Hitler 2 months ago

      That will only help india to bankrupt itself
      So good luck if you want to go bankrupt

  • fawad khan
    fawad khan 2 months ago

    Falsehood never wins