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Ahmad Mukhtar
Taliban claimed credit for downing the plane in Ghazni. Taliban say the plan was used for espionage purposes & that high ranking CIA officers are killed in the crash. Taliban never had anti-aircraft weapon, the question is how they downed the plane?
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Adrian Johansson Jan 27
Replying to @AhMukhtar
The Taliban got AA missiles from the US in the 80s
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Political Res. Centr Jan 27
Replying to @Darkwand @AhMukhtar
So American Assets are being hit by American weapons only..by their all weathered Allies "The Pakistanis"
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Political Res. Centr Jan 27
Replying to @AhMukhtar
Anti Aircraft weapons may have been provided by Pakistan Army to Talibans.. 🤔
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G.Ali Jan 27
Replying to @cprd_india @AhMukhtar
Speculation, without any basis of truth seems to be the order of the day 😂😂
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Recite Social Jan 27
Replying to @AhMukhtar @NPR
your Tweet was quoted in an article by
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Engineer M. Ncube Jan 28
Replying to @AhMukhtar
Chances are this plane developed a mechanical failure. It didint disintegrate in the air. It shows that it was almost intact when it hit the ground.
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Stay Home, Stay Safe 🌻 Jan 27
Replying to @AhMukhtar
Taliban has many weapons, drones are one of them.
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Attack! Attack! Attack!!! 🇸🇪🇯🇵🇮🇱🇺🇲🇬🇷🚫☪️ Jan 27
Replying to @AhMukhtar
Have anyone information on which altitude the plane was flying ?
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Kimmo Kannala Jan 27
From what I've read, the last known altitude was ~12km, but I think it flew without transponder when it was shot / came down.
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Andrew Pearce Jan 27
Replying to @AhMukhtar
Never heard of MANPADs?
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Michael Jan 27
Replying to @pearcea1980 @AhMukhtar
Stingers have a flight ceiling of about 12,500ft or 3800m. Planes normally fly higher than that
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