From The Sunday Times December 13, 2009 Insurgent infiltrators terrorise Kabul's ruling class Miles Amoore in Kabul TALIBAN insurgents who have infiltrated Kabul are nailing ânight lettersâ to the doors of policemen, soldiers and government workers, warning them to leave their jobs or face punishment. The militants are being welcomed in the Afghan capitalâs poorer areas among inhabitants who are disaffected with corruption, and who supply them with food, cash and weapons. Safe houses and bomb-making workshops have begun to appear in run-down districts close to the city centre as the militants increase their presence and plot attacks on prominent local targets. âThey know who we are, where we live and what we do,â said Dr Ehsan Anwari, who used to work as an Afghan army medic and now runs a clinic in Company district, where Highway One, the main road from Kandahar to the south, enters the capital. âWhenever we hear shooting we think that the Taliban are taking over the district by force. We are afraid.â More http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/Afghanistan/article6954679.ece?