Wednesday, June 1, 2011

NATO Says Attacks on Afghan Houses 'Necessary,' Will Continue

I guess we're going to have to start saying that Karzai is crazy again to cover up our slaughter of innocent children.
"A NATO spokesperson says attacks on houses in Afghanistan are necessary and will continue, despite Afghan President Hamid Karzai's assertion that he will no longer permit them to take place."
Full story: .commondreams.org/headline/2011/05/31-4

16 comments:

  1. since osama is dead whay is the reason for doing that?

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  2. Here we go, round in circles.

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  3. A pity... As I said: always the civilians first...

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  4. yes children were killed, but these strikes have been occurring and have always been successful in killing insurgents, they are neccessary

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  5. Smh, come on NATO, this isn't what you should be doing

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  6. Its really sad that anyone gets killed but if the allies pull out from there Afghanistan will without a doubt return to the old medievil days and then things could get ten times worse for the west. Unfortunately this has got to be seen out to the end.

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  7. When they began this war, they knew that civilian casualties were not only a possibility, but a fact. It's what war brings, sad as it is.

    The sooner we (NATO) get out of there, the better.

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  8. well you got your point but maybe they do not reveal the real reason?

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  9. What are they still doing there?

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  10. There will be feasting, and dancing, in Jerusalem this year!

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  11. man i just dont trust the government at all

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