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Taliban song about a martyr

In November 2010, an Afghan border guard with an excellent record of service gunned down six US soldiers as they all sat down for tea during a routine training session.

Investigators gave the BBC's Bilal Sarwary access to the mobile phone of the guard, Ezatullah Wazirwal, and the material found on it, which included Taliban songs and chants.

This song expresses sadness at someone's martyrdom:

When I found about your martyrdom, tears started flowing down from my eyes.

Your death engulfed me with sorrow, there were cries throughout Laghman (province).

I tried to calm myself, but cannot do it...

By God, I cannot bear this!