He made this statement by satellite phone in the course of a massive rally in the town of Spin Boldak on the border with Pakistan. The people were protesting against a barbaric American air raid that took the toll of 23 civilian lives.
"Hundreds of Afghan mojaheds are ready to sacrifice their lives. They are only waiting to receive orders from the Taliban leaders. Mojaheds are present in all towns of Afghanistan and are ready to reactivate their operations. Any increase in the numbers of foreign troops will only facilitate our task of inflicting new losses on them", threatened Dadullah.
According to UN data, 19 terrorist attacks were carried out by suicide killers in Afghanistan in 2005. Such selflessness of "Taliban" members is largely copied on Iraq where "Al-Qaeda" claims visible successes attributing them to its having long ago resorted to terrorist tactics.
The terrorist attacks are taking place against the background of the US plans to trim its Afghan contingent down from 18,000 to 16,500 troops and hand over responsibility for the military operation in that country to NATO peacekeepers. On the other hand, the strength of the NATO contingent in Afghanistan will shortly go up from 10,000 to 15,000 servicemen.
Despite the considerable US and NATO military power, the leadership of "Taliban" believes that the NATO troops are absolutely helpless in the face of terrorist attacks committed by suicide bombers. "The infidels can put up nothing to oppose it, they are cowards, whereas we, Moslems, are ready to make sacrifices fighting for our country's independence", said Mullah Dadullah.