Members of the Afghan National Resistance Front conduct an attack against a village held by enemy fighters near Andarab, Afghanistan.
Footage recorded by members of the Afghan National Resistance Front shows an attack against a village held by enemy forces inside of Afghanistan. We're still calling them the enemy, because Meta and other Big Tech eco systems are still auto-filtering stories about the situation when it has to do with our new "International Allies," who we just spent twenty years fighting against during Operation Enduring Freedom.
According to the NRF, twenty enemy fighters were killed in the attack seen in this footage. The village is still held by the enemy, but the NRF expects them to retreat from the location soon as they continue to ramp up attacks against the enemy held positions near Andarab, Afghanistan.
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