US airstrike kill at least 14 civilians, including women and children
By Richard Becker
Khaama Press, January 17, 2014
A delegation including parliament members assigned by president Karzai to investigate the US airstrike in northern Parwan province of Afghanistan, has revealed at least 14 civilians were killed in the air raid.
An injured Afghanistan woman in Siagh Gerd district from Bala Baluk in the Farah province - US airstrike killed at least 14 civilians, including women and children.

US kill and injure January 15, 2014.

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Injured by US bombing in attack that took place January 15, 2014
14 people were killed in the US attack including three women and five children
Afghan lawmaker Abdul Satar Khawasi who was heading the probe team has said, at least 14 civilians including three women and five children were killed in US airstrike in Siagh Gerd district.
Khawasi who met with the local residents in Siah Gerd district, said US forces initially conducted an airstrike in Surkhi area of Siah Gerd district which left at least two kids dead and their mother injured.
Local residents also told Khawasi that US forces resumed airstrike from 10 pm local time which continued until early morning on Wednesday.
Satar Khawasi said a brief report has been prepared which also includes the pictures of the victims and the documents will be presented in Afghan parliament on Saturday.
This comes as the Afghan presidential palace media following a statement on Wednesday condemned the airstrike and said at least eight people including a woman and seven children were killed.
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January 10, 2014
Afghanistan toddler killed by US troops
A four-year-old boy was gunned down when US marines based in the province of Helmand mistakenly opened fire on the boy.
Afghanistan Presiden spokesman Aimal Faizi:
"We have called for an absolute end to ISAF/NATO military operations on homes and villages."

Afghanistan accuses US of killing woman, 7 children in airstrike
January 15, 2014
Afghan President Hamid Karzai

Afganistan woman and 7 seven children killed by US in airstrike - American troops once again acted against all mutual agreements with Afghanistan

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Afghan President Hamid Karzai has strongly condemned the US airstrike that killed 7 children and a woman in central Afghanistan on Tuesday night, emphasizing that American troops once again acted against all mutual agreements between the states.
A statement from Karzai's office as cited by AFP:
“As a result of bombardment by American forces last night... in Siahgird district of Parwan province, one woman and seven children were martyred and one civilian injured.”
The issue of civilian causalities has been very sensitive in relations between the US and Afghanistan.
The two countries are currently in a dispute over a security agreement that would see American troop presence remain after the withdrawal of the main US forces scheduled for December.
The Obama administration has argued that if the US does not leave behind at least 8,000 troops the Taliban movement might gain momentum.
Karzai stressed in a statement following the airstrike:
“The Afghan government has been asking for a complete end to operations in Afghan villages for years, but American forces acting against all mutual agreements... have once again bombarded a residential area and killed civilians.”
Earlier reports by NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) indicated that at least two civilians were killed in Siahgird district after an “enemy force engaged Afghan and coalition forces” and ISAF had to call in “defensive air support to suppress the enemy fire.”
At least 10 insurgents and one ISAF soldier were also killed in the fighting, NATO added.
According to a Taliban spokesman cited by AFP, 12 Afghan soldiers were killed during the attack in Siahgird, the largest district of Parwan province located about 50 km north of Kabul.
This event is “directly tied” to what is in dispute between the Afghan government and the US government, Robert Naiman, policy director at Just Foreign Policy rights organization told RT.
“The Afghan government doesn’t want the US to engage unilaterally in military operations and particularly wants an end to all night raids.
This event is an example of why the Afghan government is so adamant about this, and events like this make it less likely that the US and the Afghan governments will be able to reach an agreement.”
The Obama Administration has been ratcheting up the pressure for Karzai to sign the agreement.
The Afghan president in the meantime is adamant to delay the signing saying that whatever comes out of this agreement should be determined after presidential elections in April.
Robert Naiman:
“If it’s not nailed down before the elections, this is going to be key issue in the election, which would be great, because then the Afghan people can decide what they want.
People can vote for the candidate that has the position that they agree with.
So if you believe in democracy in Afghanistan you should be delighted that the agreement be delayed until after the election.”
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Afganistan woman and 7 seven children killed by US in airstrike - American troops once again acted against all mutual agreements with Afghanistan.

United Nations must investigate these killings, the International Criminal Court must sanction the criminal state, problem who will have guts to convict US monsters.

Terrorism is the unauthorized use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims exactly what the US and UK governments have done and are doing.

Meaningless murders by the US who will be prosecuted only when the US has been fought and conquered by a superior military force will they stand trial for their crimes.

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Taliban statement
Statement of Islamic Emirate regarding UN mandate to
extend NATO mission in Afghanistan

Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
October 13, 2013
Regretfully, the United Nations Security Council on Thursday extended the mandate of NATO mission in Afghanistan to continue the occupation of this country, spill the blood of Afghans, killings, vexing, bombardment, raids and savagery for another year.   The Islamic Emirate reacts to the decision of the United Nations in the following points:
1. We strongly condemn the decision of the United Nations Security Council which extended the mandate of foreign NATO invaders to continue the occupation and killings in Afghanistan for one year.
2. Just as everyone of is aware that for the past 12 years, foreign invaders and especially NATO have been oppressing our countrymen, bombing their homes, unlawfully detaining, torturing and vexing people and have carried out various war crimes therefore the decision of the United Nations to extend the mission of the criminal NATO in Afghanistan for another year means that this organization will be directly responsible and involved in the future crimes of NATO and other foreigners due to them providing the approval.
3. We strongly reject the attitude which characterizes Afghanistan as a threat to the world.   Afghanistan is not a threat and danger to anyone.   Our history proves that problems have not been created for other nations from our soil but rather it is others who have aggressed against us from time to time and have forced us into resisting in our own soil.
4. The foreign invaders which have aggressed against us under whatever cover and title have not been able to break the self-determination of our people nor have they achieved anything in the past twelve years hence the NATO invading forces will also not reach their selfish goals by extending their mission for another year.   Without a doubt, the losses of NATO and other foreigners will only increase here and their troops shall continue to live under our unrelenting strikes.
5. We urge all free nations especially the Muslims of the world to condemn this step of the United Nations and to actively support the legal demands of the oppressed Afghans.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
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Five civilians including three children killed in NATO Afghan airstrike
By Richard Becker
RT October 5, 2013
"Last night around 11 pm, five civilians aged between 12 and 20 carrying air guns wanted to go hunting birds some eight kilometers from the center of the city of Jalalabad"
Five civilians, three of whom were children, were killed in an overnight airstrike in eastern Afghanistan, local police said on Saturday. NATO has said it does not know anything about the victims.
The civilians had been going out to hunt birds with air rifles in the Nangarhar province when they were shot down by NATO forces.
Afghanistan boys visiting the village of Saracha near Jalalabad killed by US and NATO - shot down by NATO US forces.

Nangarha province Afgahistan kiling by US NATO October 4, 2013.

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Boys visiting the village of Saracha near Jalalabad in Nangarha province Afgahistan shot down by NATO US forces October 4, 2013
Provincial police spokesman Hazrat Hussain Mashreqiwal told AFP:
“Last night around 11 pm, five civilians aged between 12 and 20 carrying air guns wanted to go hunting birds some eight kilometers from the center of the city of Jalalabad.
They were targeted and killed by a foreign forces airstrike.”
The boys were heading there from Saracha, a few kilometers from the city. Their bodies were later taken to the central hospital in Jalalabad.
A NATO spokesperson was unable to confirm the deaths to the agency, but said that he was aware of the airstrike, the news agency reports.
However, a provincial spokesperson, Ahmad Zia Abdulzai, confirmed that the incident had taken place, with Mohammed Atif Shinwari, a spokesman for the Nangarhar education department, adding that two of the civilians killed had been brothers.
Deepak Tripathi, an Afghanistan expert from Roehampton University, said the airstrike was part of a pattern of intelligence failure in the country.
“In Afghanistan, every adult carries a gun, or has the ability to acquire a gun.
The interesting thing in the latest strike, if the reports are to be believed, is that some of [the victims] were as young as 12 years of age.
They were certainly boys if the reports were correct.
It is difficult to differentiate between insurgents and ordinary Afghans, but that’s where intelligence comes in.
Afghan security forces, both the army and police, are at the forefront.
The Americans are not fighting mainly on the ground.
So it is their job to collect accurate intelligence and pass it on before such strikes are launched.”
Funeral caskets of Afghanistan boys visiting the village of Saracha near Jalalabad killed by US and NATO - shot down by NATO US forces.

Nangarha province Afgahistan kiling by US NATO October 4, 2013.

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Nationwide NATO strikes resulting in civilian deaths have been an ongoing point of contention in Afghanistan.
Although US led NATO operations are winding to a close prior to the withdrawal of troops in 2014, operations [killings and injury — Kewe] have continued to be a sore point.
3,852 civilian casualties first half of 2013
Last month, 16 civilians were killed in a single airstrike in the eastern province of Kunar.
However, NATO denied that civilians had been harmed and said that the strike had hit local militants.
A UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) mid-year report was released in July, and examined the overall protection of civilians in the country.
It documented 1,319 civilian deaths and 2,533 injuries as a result of the conflict in the country — a total of 3,852 civilian casualties in the first half of 2013 alone.
US money for military killing
Parent consoled over boy killed while visiting village of Saracha near Jalalabad killed by US and NATO - shot down by NATO US forces.

Nangarha province Afgahistan kiling by US NATO October 4, 2013.

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Parent consoled over boy killed while visiting village of Saracha near Jalalabad killed by US
Nangarha province Afgahistan kiling by US NATO October 4, 2013
MI6 'handing bundles of cash to Hamid Karzai'
By Damien McElroy, Foreign Affairs Correspondent
05 May 2013
British intelligence is handing 'bundles' of cash over to Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai for special peace projects despite warnings that handouts are promoting corruption at the heart of his regime.
Hamid Karzai.

British intelligence is handing bundles of cash over to Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai for special peace projects despite warnings that handouts are promoting corruption at the heart of his regime.
MI6 officials have acknowledged that the organisation has made direct cash payments to their Afghan counterparts periodically over the 12 years Britain has been at war in Afghanistan.
Mr Karzai declared handouts from the CIA and MI6 are an "easy source of petty cash" for his government as it attempts to seal alliances with powerful regional warlords and secure defections from the Taliban.
CIA tens of millions
The CIA support is believed to have amounted to tens of millions of dollars since 2001 while Britain has channelled a smaller fraction of that amount into 'special projects' undertaken by Karzai's officials.
MPs expressed concern that by simply handing over so-called "ghost money" to President Karzai and his lieutenants, British spies could not be sure that the money would not be lost to corruption.
Adam Holloway, a Conservative MP and member of the Defence Select Committee, warned that they could not be trusted even if the payments could be justified on the grounds that Taliban and other insurgents must be rewarded if they give up the fight against Nato troops.
Karzai and clique have interest in continuing the conflict
He told the Daily Telegraph:
"Every effort towards a political fix in Afghanistan must be made and those efforts welcomed but whether or not the money is well spent is a matter that must also be considered.
There is plenty of evidence that Karzai and his clique do not have an interest in a peace settlement but instead have an interest in continuing the conflict."
As Britain draws down troop numbers before withdrawing at the end of next year, there are fears that the pressure to seek a deal with insurgents to stop or reduce attacks will see increasing amounts of secret cash spent in Afghanistan.
Said Angus Robertson, the SNP MP and party defence spokesman:
"We also need to know more about how and where any cash from the UK is being used — how it is being monitored, and what benefits it is actually bringing to the people of Afghanistan.
It is enormously important to ensure that Afghanistan is as peaceful as it can be in the build up to withdrawal.
The terrible roadside attack on Royal Regiment of Scotland personnel last week shows the terrorist threat is still a very real one."
The revelation that Mr Karzai's office is awash with cash from his allies has caused a furore in the Afghan parliament where Mr Karzai's government has faced a barrage of corruption allegations.
Cash flow vital to Karzai grip on power
"Accepting such money is a big insult to Afghanistan.   All those who accepted the cash payments have betrayed the nation," said Hidayatullah Rihaee, an MP from Bamyan province.
But Mr Karzai said the cash flow was vital to his grip on power and said he had begged the CIA station chief to continue making payments despite US political criticism.
Mr Karzai:
"This is nothing unusual.
I told him because of all these rumours in the media, please do not cut all this money, because we really need it."
He admitted that the money had been passed on to potential allies:
"Yes, sometimes Afghanistan's political elites have some needs, they have requested our help and we have helped them.
But we have not spent it to strengthen a particular political movement.
It's not like that.
It has been given to individuals."
Budget crisis because of corruption
The International Monetary Fund warned Kabul-based diplomats that the Afghan government was facing a budget crisis because of corruption within its ranks.
Saad Mustafa, a researcher at Transparency International, said it was inevitable that the cash, which was sometimes handed over by American spies in plastic bags, would by used corruptly if there was not oversight.
Mustafa said:
"Because the international community saw these warlords as an auxiliary force against the insurgents, certain allowances were made.
This sent the wrong message from the start and helped foster impunity."
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Afghan President Hamid Karzai confirms secret US cash 'help'
29 April 2013
The Afghan president has admitted his office received secret payments from the US, but says the amounts were small and used legitimately.
Karzai receives cash payments from US.

Mr Karzai said his office appreciated the assistance given to him in cash by the US

Picture by Hamilton Wende
Hamid Karzai was responding to a New York Times report that alleged the CIA sent suitcases stuffed with cash to the president's office on a regular basis.
It said tens of millions of dollars 'came in secret' and cash was given on a vaster scale than previously thought.
The president said the money was for projects such as helping the sick.
Karzai said in a statement:
"It was used for different purposes: operational, assistance to injured people, rental costs and other goals.
This was efficient assistance and we appreciate it."
He added that the money had been delivered to Afghanistan's National Security Council, which is part of the president's office, during the last 10 years.
The New York Times report said:
"Wads of American dollars packed into suitcases, backpacks and, on occasion, plastic shopping bags have been dropped off every month or so at the offices of Afghanistan's president."
It quoted Khalil Roman, who was Mr Karzai's chief of staff from 2002 until 2005, as saying the cash was referred to as 'ghost money'.
Mr Roman is quoted as saying.
"It came in secret, and it left in secret."
The report cited unnamed US officials' assessments that there was little evidence the payment bought the influence the CIA sought, and said that the cash was not subject to the conditions placed on official US aid.
It added that much of the money fuelled corruption and went to paying off warlords and politicians with dubious connections.
The CIA declined to comment on the New York Times report, as did the US state department.
In 2010, Mr Karzai acknowledged that his office has received cash from Iran, but insists this was part of a "transparent" process.
He said the money was not for an individual, but to help run the president's office.
Afghanistan receives billions of dollars in aid, but remains one of the poorest countries in the world.
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US killing continues
US kill ten children and 2 women in Afghanistan airstrike in Kunar, April 7, 2013.

February 2012, 10 women and children were killed in a US air strike in Kunar.

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US kill ten children and 2 women in Afghanistan airstrike in Kunar, April 7, 2013
In the province of Wardak nine people were disappeared in an operation by US special forces.
In a separate attack by US forces a student was taken away at night from his home.   His tortured body with throat cut was found two days later under a bridge.
Villagers protest against US NATO forces torture and murder
Villagers protest against US NATO forces torture and murder.

Nine people were disappeared in an operation by US special forces stationed in Wardak.

a student was taken away at night from his home.   His tortured body with throat cut was found two days later under a bridge.

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Afghanistan: Atrocity against Civilians
By Richard Becker
March 5, 2013
No amount of lying Pentagon propaganda can hide the reality that the war has been an unmitigated disaster for the Afghan people and for the thousands of dead and tens of thousands of maimed troops sent to kill and die there in the interests of empire
On March 1, a U.S./NATO helicopter gunship killed two Afghan brothers, seven and eight years of age, as they tended cattle in Uruzgan province
Afghanistan villagers show a picture of nine men who have been taken by U.S. special forces who are accused of overseeing torture and killings in Wardak province February 26, 2013.

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Afghanistan villagers show a picture of nine men who have been taken by U.S. special forces, February 26, 2013.
U.S. special forces are accused of torture and killings in Wardak province
According to reports from residents, the boys were listening to a radio, which the helicopter crew interpreted as “radio signals” from Afghan resistance fighters.
The latest killing comes amidst a series of atrocities against civilians that has further enflamed opposition to the ongoing occupation.
On. Feb. 24, Hamid Karzai, the U.S.-installed “president” of Afghanistan, announced that he was demanding the withdrawal of all U.S. Special Forces troops from Wardak province within two weeks.
Wardak is a key strategic region and an area of active resistance to the U.S./NATO occupation.
Will NATO commanders pay any more attention to Karzai’s latest “order” than the many earlier ones that NATO forces ignored and Karzai quietly dropped?
Not likely.
What prompted Karzai’s latest proclamation was explained in a statement from his office, which read in part:
“After a thorough discussion, it became clear that armed individuals named as US special force stationed in Wardak province engage in harassing, annoying, torturing and even murdering innocent people.
A recent example in the province is an incident in which nine people were disappeared in an operation by this suspicious force and in a separate incident a student was taken away at night from his home, whose tortured body with throat cut was found two days later under a bridge.”
While U.S. commanders predictably denied the accusations, the level of popular anger in Wardak was made clear by street protests and threats by civilian groups to join the armed resistance if U.S. forces were not withdrawn.
Nine men including a shopkeeper, a teacher, a driver, a local government employee, a presidential adviser and former member of parliament Shuja-ul-Mulk Jalala are detained at a military outpost in Wardak by U.S. special forces.

Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has decided to ban U.S. special forces from Wardak province.

The photo is by instruction of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai who ordered the investigation of abuse torture and killing by U.S. special forces.

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Nine men including a shopkeeper, a teacher, a driver, a local government employee, a presidential adviser and former member of parliament Shuja-ul-Mulk Jalala are detained at a military outpost in Wardak by U.S. special forces.
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has decided to ban U.S. special forces from Wardak province.
The photo is by instruction of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai who ordered the investigation of abuse torture and killing by U.S. special forces.
On February 26, 500 people marched in protest of the killings.
Protester Haji Abdul Qadim told the Reuters news service:
“If the situation remains like this, this province will collapse very soon
People will join the insurgency very soon because of the abuses of these forces.”
In another recent incident brought to international attention on February 26, 2013, a Swedish organization that operates health clinics in Afghanistan said that U.S. military forces occupied and damaged one of their clinics in Wardak on February 11.
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan said in a statement:
“Foreign soldiers entered the health facility by force, tied up and blindfolded the guard on duty, and occupied the facility.”
Andreas Stefansson, director of SCA, said that it was the second time one of SCA’s clinics had been occupied by NATO troops.
The previous occupation lasted three days.
Stefansson said that NATO has promised that such an occupation would not happen again.
“What we are seeking is that they actually live up to what they say,” Stefansson told Reuters, February 26, 2013
On February 13, 2013, 10 people, men women and children were killed in a NATO air strike in Kunar province.
The grisly list of “accidental” killings stretches back a decade.
A ‘president’ in name only
These atrocities and the daily abuses that inevitably accompany imperialist occupation are the source of burning anger among the Afghan people.
In the eyes of the population, Karzai shares blame with the occupiers for these outrages.
Villagers told of torture and killing by US forces.

Afghanistan villagers attend a protest against U.S. special forces accused of overseeing torture and killings in Wardak province February 26, 2013.

More than five hundred men marched through the capital of Afghanistan Wardak province on Tuesday in an outburst of anger against U.S. forces accused of overseeing torture and killings in the area.

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Afghanistan villagers attend a protest against U.S. special forces accused of overseeing torture and killings in Wardak province February 26, 2013.
More than five hundred men marched through the capital of Wardak province on Tuesday in an outburst of anger against U.S. forces accused of overseeing torture and killings in the area.
Thus, Karzai’s repeated “orders” forbidding Afghan army units from calling in U.S./NATO air support and for U.S. troops to withdraw from Wardak and stop the hated “night raids” on people’s homes.
But the Karzai proclamations continue to be disregarded by the occupation forces, exposing the actual power relationship in the country.
In reality, the lowest level U.S. commander has greater military authority than does the “president” of the country.
Further illuminating both this relationship and the U.S. intention to maintain a dominant role in Afghanistan was a February 3 joint interview with then-Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey.
Panetta and Dempsey reaffirmed that the United States would sustain a “strategic partnership” with Afghanistan, citing a decision by the NATO heads of state during a 2012 summit meeting in Chicago to maintain a long-term presence in the country despite a drawdown in the number of U.S. ground troops in the country.
“We’re committing to an enduring presence,” Mr. Panetta said on Feb. 3.
“Strategic partnership” and “enduring presence” are more Washington weasel words for continuing colonial domination over Afghanistan.
On February 26, it was revealed that claims of resistance attacks inside the country declining by 7 percent in 2012 were just one more Pentagon lie.
The 7 percent figure was posted on the International Security Assistance Force (the official name of the U.S./NATO force in Afghanistan) website in January, to bolster the administration’s “positive track” line about the war.
Habib Noor shows a plaster on his body, from two U.S. Special forces and their Afghan translator named Zikrya who beat him in Maidan Shahr, Wardak province, Afghanistan, Sunday, March 10, 2013.

Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has decided to ban U.S. special forces from Wardak giving them two weeks to vacate Wardak province, 30 kilometers, 24 miles from the Afghanistan capital of Kabul.

The deadline for US withdrawal expired midnight Sunday, March 10, 2013.

Photo AP/Anja Niedringhaus
Habib Noor shows a plaster on his body, from two U.S. Special forces and their Afghan translator named Zikrya who beat him in Maidan Shahr, Wardak province, Afghanistan, Sunday, March 10, 2013.
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has decided to ban U.S. special forces from Wardak giving them two weeks to vacate Wardak province, 30 kilometers, 24 miles from the Afghanistan capital of Kabul.
The deadline for US withdrawal expired midnight Sunday, March 10, 2013.
When the Associated Press made inquiries about the statistics, NATO officials in Kabul immediately backtracked, stated that they had “erred,” and admitted that in fact, there was no decline at all.
Remains one of the very poorest countries
Eleven and a half years of U.S./NATO war and occupation have been a disaster for all but a tiny sliver of the Afghan population.
Despite tens of billions of dollars in U.S.-funded “reconstruction aid,” Afghanistan remains one of the very poorest countries on the face of the Earth.
The total U.S. budget for the Afghanistan war is over $640 billion and counting.   (Center for Strategic and International Studies)
While U.S. and other NATO-country contractors, and elements of the Afghan elite, have become incredibly rich from this “aid,” the Afghan government presently spends a miniscule $46 per year on health care per person.   (GlobalHealthFacts.org)
Afghanistan ranks as the worst country in the world for infant mortality, with a shocking 122 infant deaths per 1,000 live births.   (CIA World Factbook 2013)
By way of comparison, the infant mortality rate is 6 per 1,000 in the U.S. and 4.8 per 1,000 in Cuba.
Life expectancy is just 49 years.
Afghanistan is listed as 172nd out of 187 countries in the Human Development Index, with the average adult having 3.3 years of schooling.
In addition to the tens of thousands killed and hundreds of thousands wounded in the war, more than 2.7 million Afghans remain external refugees, most in Pakistan and Iran, and 425,000 are internally displaced.   (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees 2012
No amount of lying Pentagon propaganda can hide the reality that the war has been an unmitigated disaster for the Afghan people and for the thousands of dead and tens of thousands of maimed troops sent to kill and die there in the interests of empire.
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Villagers protest against US NATO forces torture and murder
Villagers protest against US NATO forces torture and murder.

Nine people were disappeared in an operation by US special forces stationed in Wardak.

a student was taken away at night from his home.   His tortured body with throat cut was found two days later under a bridge.

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March 16, 2013 — five hundred or more demonstrators have marched to the Afghanistan parliament building in Kabul, protesting the continued presence of U.S. special operations forces in Afghanistan's troubled Wardak province.
The demonstrators are demanding the release of nine local citizens they say are detained by U.S. forces.
U.S. officials have said only four of the nine missing men are detained.
Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai had demanded all U.S. commandos leave the province early last week, but agreed to give top U.S. commander Gen. Joseph Dunford more time to reach a solution.
Effigies of cross and Obama burnt for the killing of sixteen men, women and children.
American soldier kills sixteen people.

America is a very sick country.

Effigies of cross and Obama burnt for the killing of sixteen men, women and children.

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Up to 20 U.S. troops involved in Kandahar massacre
Women sexually assaulted before being killed by US soldiers
A further 2 or 3 hours of video footage covering the time of the attack and Afghan investigators are still trying to get this footage from the US military
Sayed Ishaq Gillani the head of the Afghan parliamentary investigation stated that witnesses report seeing helicopters dropping chaff during the attack — chaff is used to hide targets from ground attack.
US soldiers are said to have sexually assaulted two female victims before they were killed in the Panjwai massacre in southern Kandahar last Sunday, a high-level Afghan probe team revealed.
MP Hamidzai Lali, representing Kandahar province and a delegation member, said before the gun attack, US soldiers physically manhandled the two women and later turned their weapons on the helpless residents.
US troops shot 16 civilians, including nine children and three women, and injured five others when they opened fire on houses in Zangabad village, in Panjwai district.
Shakiba Hashami, another delegation member, confirmed the vicious attack, adding about 15 to 20 American soldiers were involved in the killings and even helicopters were seen hovering the areas.
Quoting local residents, Hashami, said ahead of the Sunday tragedy, there was a blast in the area and foreign troops had warned of revenge killings.
US soldiers physically manhandled the two women and later turned their weapons on the helpless residents
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Investigator Hamizai Lali told Afghan News their investigations led them to believe 15 to 20 US soldiers had been involved in the killings.
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Pajhwok.com/en/
A parliamentary probe team on Thursday said up to 20 American troops were involved in Sunday’s killing of 16 civilians in southern Kandahar province.
The team spent two days in the province, interviewing the bereaved families, tribal elders, survivors and collecting evidences at the site in Panjwai district.
Hamizai Lali told Pajhwok Afghan News their investigation showed there were 15 to 20 American soldiers, who executed the brutal killings.
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Amnesty International:
Four hundred people a day are displaced in Afghanistan.
In January 2012, they numbered around 500,000, plus another 2.8 million or more in other countries.
Tens of thousands sought refuge around Kabul and other cities.
Though hard to precisely estimate, perhaps 35,000 or more live in Kabul slums alone under horrific conditions.
Some construct makeshift dwellings from mud, poles, plywood, plastic sheeting, and cardboard.
This offers little protection from Afghanistan's harsh weather.
As a result, around two dozen children under age five froze to death in January 2012 alone.
Finding themselves living in freezing, cramped conditions and on the brink of starvation, the Afghan government is not only looking the other way but even preventing help from reaching them.
Half a million Afghans who fled fighting have been abandoned to starvation and death as they subsist in makeshift shelters.
They have been let down by their government and international donors.
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The shooting spree was carried out by American soldiers who were laughing and appeared to be drunk.
Witnesses said they saw a group of US soldiers arrive at their village in Kandahar's Panjwayi district at around 2 AM enter homes and open fire.
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Drunk US soldiers burnt the bodies
American soldier kills sixteen people.

America is a very sick country.

So are many European nations and the rest who follow America - Australia, New Zealand and Canada....

Image: AP
America is a very sick country.
So are many European nations and the rest who follow America — Australia, New Zealand Canada ....
That cannot be repeated too often.
Kewe
American soldier kills sixteen people.

America is a very sick country.

So are many European nations and the rest who follow America - Australia, New Zealand and Canada....

Image: AP
America is a very sick country
American soldier kills sixteen people.

America is a very sick country.

So are many European nations and the rest who follow America - Australia, New Zealand and Canada....
Image: AFP
'Judges' and 'prosecutors' who need to be placed behind bars so no longer does their corrupted mentality come into contact with ordinary humans!
Why these creatures consider themselves in any way worthy to 'judge' and 'penalize' a human escapes me — especially a human that has some backbone and has irrefutable morality!
Kewe
 
Sailor who refused to learn how to fire a gun because of 'immoral' Afghan war jailed for seven months
6th July 2011
A Royal Navy medic was jailed for seven months today after he refused to draw a gun because he disagreed with the war in Afghanistan.
Leading Medical Advisor Michael Lyons disobeyed the order by an officer to pick up an SA80 as part of rifle training on the grounds that it was 'against his moral beliefs.'
Lyons, 25, told a court martial he became disillusioned with the service after reading about troops killing civilians on whistle-blowing website Wikileaks.
He had already applied for, but had been denied, conscientious objector status when he was ordered to undertake the rifle training before a tour to Afghanistan.
Lyons was due to begin a two-week rifle course at HMS Excellent, a shore base in Portsmouth, last September but requested to be re-listed in a non-combative role.
On arrival he claimed it was his right not to take part in any combat training while he appealed the decision not to grant him conscientious objector status.
A panel of five Naval officers at a court martial at HMS Nelson, in Portsmouth, Hampshire, today found Lyons guilty of wilfully disobeying a lawful order.
Lyons, who joined the Navy at 18 and denied the charge, was only the third sailor in history to use conscientious objector as a defence at court martial.
He was demoted to the rank of Able Seaman, dismissed from the service and sentenced to seven months at the Colchester Military Corrective Training Centre in Essex.
Judge Advocate Alistair McGrigor told him:
‘The service bond is based on the equal sharing of risk and danger.
‘The consequences of your action meant that someone else's life was put in danger as they replaced you on that tour.
14 women and children killed by US NATO May 29 2011.

Royal Navy sailor medic Michael Lyons jailed for refusing to draw gun on orders.

Denied conscientious objector status Michael Lyons was ordered to undertake rifle training before a tour to Afghanistan.

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14 women and children killed by US NATO May 29 2011.
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‘We are undecided if your views are genuine or if you grasped them because you did not want to serve in Afghanistan.
‘You had engineered the decision so you would not be sent on tour.
‘Service personnel who fail to do their duty create a situation where other soldiers who might also have misgivings about dangerous situations could also disobey orders.
‘Members of the armed forces cannot pick and choose which orders they want to carry out.’
Prosecutor Commander Darren Reed told the hearing today:
‘What distinguishes a military force from an armed mob is discipline.
‘Lyons was given a lawful order which he was capable of carrying out and should have obeyed but he did not.
‘His own personal political view of the war in Afghanistan does not offer a defence.
‘Like all other serving personnel, he doesn't get to pick and choose which orders he obeys.’
In December 2009 married Lyons became the first person to appear before the Advisory Committee on Conscientious Objectors since 1996.
His attempts to be discharged failed because the committee ruled his reasons were political rather than moral.
Defending Fiona Edington told the hearing:
‘We have to look at this man and ask 'should you accept blind obedience in uniformed service?'
‘He's quietly gone about his business and been discreet and enquiring.
‘There's been no grandstanding, he's given his evidence from his heart and his conscience.’
During his evidence Lyons, wearing his Navy medic's uniform, said he had become a conscientious objector after reading the Wikileaks reports of civilian casualties.
He said:
‘My initial objections started with Afghanistan and I wanted to investigate the reasons why we were at war.
‘At the time Wikileaks came along and mentioned about Iraq and Afghanistan.
‘The reports said there had been some civilian casualties that nobody knew about and they were being covered up.
‘After a lot of deliberation I decided I was a conscientious objector.
‘I have never attempted to influence people, I've had lively debates with my co-workers but I have never thrust my beliefs on people.
14 women and children killed by US NATO May 29 2011 - five girls and seven boys were among the dead.

Six others were wounded in the US NATO attack airstrike in Nawzad district.

Royal Navy sailor medic Michael Lyons jailed for refusing to draw gun on orders.

Denied conscientious objector status Michael Lyons was ordered to undertake rifle training before a tour to Afghanistan.

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14 women and children killed by US NATO May 29 2011 — five girls and seven boys were among the dead.
Six others were wounded in the US NATO attack airstrike in Nawzad district.
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‘If I felt the war was right I could have carried out my job as a medic, but without a weapon.
‘I could not obey the order because I had my appeal coming up and it would not look good if I had trained to become an expert with an SA80.
‘There was no medical reason why I could not serve and if I had no inner thoughts or emotions I could have carried out the order.
‘The Geneva Convention says medics are non-combative and we are only allowed to protect our patients if we have to.’
Lyons, of Plymouth, Devon, who denied the charge of disobeying a lawful command, added:
‘I approached the instructor and straight away I told him I could not take part.
‘He gave me the order to attend the armoury with him, but my reply was that I was unable to because I am a conscientious objector.
‘I was respectful of his rank and we made conversation in his office. He did not quite know what to do with me and said he'd never heard anything like this.
‘I consider medical officers not to have a combative role. We had a chat and then he ordered me back to my unit.’
Military police later interviewed Lyons and he told them:
‘My political and moral beliefs since I joined the Navy at 18 have changed considerably.
‘I feel I do not want to carry a weapon and I think the war in Afghanistan is morally and politically wrong.’
After the sentence Lyons' supporters stood on their feet and clapped as he was marched from the court martial.
Emma Sangster, from military support group Forces Watch, said on behalf of Lyons' wife Lillian:
‘She is horrified at the decision.
‘It is an extremely harsh sentence that has been given not only to punish Michael for disobedience, but to deter others from taking that action.
‘I think he is extremely courageous and is the one person who is willing to put their hands up and say 'I do not believe in this.'
‘To go through that whole process and to stick to his conscience is totally admirable.
‘For the judge to throw doubt on whether his objection was genuine illustrates that the military do not take conscientious objectors seriously.’
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Killed by US NATO airstrike
Afghanistan villagers bring their dead children killed by NATO US airstrike to the governor's office shouting: 'See they aren't Taliban.'

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Afghanistan villagers bring their dead children killed by NATO US airstrike to the governor's office shouting:
'See they are children'
Killed by US NATO airstrike
Afghanistan villagers bring their dead children killed by NATO US airstrike to the governor's office shouting: 'See they are children.'

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Illuminati — US UK war games<
Kill team photos of children
Kill team photos of Afghanistan children.

According to one soldier, members of 3rd Platoon also talked about a scenario in which they “would throw candy out in front and in the rear of the Stryker; the Stryker would then run the children over.”
 
Image rollingstone.com
According to one soldier, members of 3rd Platoon also talked about a scenario in which they “would throw candy out in front and in the rear of the Stryker; the Stryker would then run the children over”
'The photos published by Rolling Stone are disturbing and in striking contrast to the standards and values of the US Army,' US Army statement.
You mean the standards of disclosing US military killings!
Right on that!   The US Army indeed would prefer not to have photos of its mass war crime killings spread around!
You can see many photos of US military killings of children and their parents as you scroll down the page!
These are however a miniscule number of images of actual US military killings and injuries!
Phoros below are those that have managed to escape traps and money pockets the US military have set to prevent release of such images!
US war crimes have now reached such a monstrous level in Afghanistan that on the various dimensions involved it needs vast tomes to record!
Kewe
Gibbs
Kill team photo of Gibbs

US Staff Sgt. Gibbs in the back of a Stryker vehicle, a pair of scissors visible in the top pocket of his uniform.

Gibbs is said to have used a pair of medic shears to cut the finger off at least two Afghan civilians murdered by members of his platoon.
 
Image rollingstone.com
US Staff Sgt. Gibbs in the back of a Stryker vehicle, a pair of scissors visible in the top pocket of his uniform.
Dead fingers are tossed around within the company.
Gibbs is said to have used a pair of medic shears to cut the finger off at least two Afghan civilians murdered by members of his platoon.
Reading below one might attempt to separate the evil of a few men from the evil of the many — Obama, the US military, the occupation of a foreign country by God knows how many nations, the politicians in all of these nations!
It cannot be done!
Evil thrives within evil
Kewe
Gibbs turned to his men.   "You guys want to wax this guy or what?" he asked.   Morlock and Winfield agreed that the man seemed perfect.
Gibbs walked the Afghan to a nearby ditch and forced him to his knees, ordering him to stay that way.
Then he positioned Morlock and Winfield in a prone position behind a small berm no more than 10 feet away.
"To be honest," Morlock later told investigators, "me and Winfield thought we were going to frag ourselves, 'cause we were so fucking close."
With everyone in position, Gibbs took cover behind a low wall and chucked a grenade toward the Afghan.
"All right, dude, wax this guy!" he shouted.   "Kill this guy, kill this guy!"
As the grenade went off, Morlock and Winfield opened fire.
Morlock got off several rounds with his M4.   Winfield, who was armed with the more powerful SAW machine gun, squeezed off a burst that lasted for three to five seconds.
Gibbs shouted for Morlock to proceed with the next stage of the plan.   "Get up there and plant that fucking grenade!"
The man lay where he had fallen.   One of his feet had been blown off by the blast; his other leg was missing below the knee.
Morlock ran up and dropped the Russian pineapple grenade near the dead man's hand.
Gibbs walked up to the body, stood directly over it, and fired twice into the man's head, shattering the jaw.
Later, when the scene had calmed down — after soldiers had pushed away the dead man's wife and children, who were screaming, hysterical with grief...
Kill team photo of Gul Mudin, fifteen years old killed by US soldiers.

U.S. soldiers in Bravo Company stationed near Kandahar in a war game they were playing took it upon themselves to kill an unarmed Afghanistan boy.

The Kill team did this January 15th 2010.

Gul Mudin, a young teenager, lived in the village of La Mohammad Kalay, Afghanistan.

Sworn statements have two soldiers Corporal Jeremy Morlock and Private First Class Andrew Holmes engaged in staging the
killing so that it would appear that the US soldiers had been under attack.

The statements read that they ordered the boy to stand still, then they tossed a grenade
at him and opened fire with their weapons while they remained behind a mud wall.

The dead body of the boy, Gul Mudin is seen here lying by the wall where he was killed.
 
Image rollingstone.com
U.S. soldiers in Bravo Company stationed near Kandahar in a war game they were playing took it upon themselves to kill an unarmed Afghanistan boy.
The Kill team did this January 15th 2010.
Gul Mudin, a young teenager, lived in the village of La Mohammad Kalay, Afghanistan.
Sworn statements have two soldiers Corporal Jeremy Morlock and Private First Class Andrew Holmes engaged in staging the killing so that it would appear that the US soldiers had been under attack.
The statements read that they ordered the boy to stand still, then they tossed a grenade at him and opened fire with their weapons while they remained behind a mud wall.
Holmes's lawyer states that Holmes fired his weapon as ordered but missed, and that the photos in question reveal the victim was likely killed by wounds inflicted by a grenade or other weapons than the kind of automatic weapon Holmes was carrying at the time.
The lawyer said his client only posed with the corpse because he was ordered to do so.
At his original Article 32 hearing in November 2010 Holmes then aged 20 professed his innocence directly to the presiding officer, declaring:   "I want to tell you soldier to soldier that I did not commit murder."
The dead body of the boy, Gul Mudin is seen here lying by the wall where he was killed.
US Kill Team victim body of Gul Mudin the son of an Afghanistan farmer killed on Jan. 15, 2010.

Member of the kill team US military defendant, Specialist Jeremy N. Morlock of Wasilla, Alaska, grinning as he lifts the dead boy's head by his hair for a trophy image.

US Army 'kill team' pose with photos of murdered civilians in Afghanistan

4,000 photos and videos taken!

US Army 'kill team' pose with photos of murdered civilians in Afghanistan

4,000 photos and videos taken!

Photo: SPIEGEL
'Kill Team' Morlock trophy image — lifting the dead boys head by his hair
More war games
US Army 'kill team' pose with photos of murdered civilians in Afghanistan
4,000 photos and videos taken!
Ah!  What a game it all has become!
Even for the lowly ones now!
How they love to follow their masters!
One might ask if the US military has gone completly insane in prosecuting these image takers!
Why would they dredge up such fetishness!
I suppose one answer could be that amid the depths of evil and derangement some in the lower levels of the pyramid still believe ... in what?
'In what?'   might — must — truly is the dementation!
Kewe
US Kill Team victim body of Gul Mudin the son of an Afghanistan farmer killed on Jan. 15, 2010.

Member of the kill team US military Private Holmes of Boise Idaho is lifting the boys head by his hair for a trophy image.

US Army 'kill team' pose with photos of murdered civilians in Afghanistan

4,000 photos and videos taken!

Photo: SPIEGEL
'Kill Team' Holmes trophy image — lifting the dead boys head by his hair
Holmes the youngest of five soldiers charged states that he posed with the corpse because he was ordered to do so.
Image of severed legs passed around among the members of Bravo Company.
Kathy Kelly — March 2011
U.S. people if they do read or hear of it may be shocked at the apparent unconcern of the crews of two U.S. helicopter gunships.
The gunships which among many attacks killed nine children on a mountainside in Afghanistan's Kumar province, shooting them 'one after another' this past Tuesday March 1st 2011.
"The helicopters hovered over us, scanned us and we saw a green flash from the helicopters.   Then they flew back high up, and in a second round they hovered over us and started shooting."
Four of the boys were seven years old — three were eight — one was nine and the oldest was twelve.
"The children were gathering wood under a tree in the mountains near a village in the district."
"I myself was involved in the burial.   Yesterday we buried them."
The Kill Team photo images passed around among the members of Bravo Company.
An Afghanistan warlord backed by US special forces faces persistent allegations that he launched a two-year spate of violence involving burglary, rape and murder of civilians, the desecration of mosques and the mutilation of corpses.

Despite repeated notice about the atrocities Commander Azizullah is alleged to have committed he has remained on the payroll of the US military as an 'Afghan security guard', a select band of mercenaries described by some as 'the most effective fighting formation in Afghanistan'.

Photo and article from The Independent March 18, 2011     

An Afghanistan warlord backed by US special forces faces persistent allegations that he launched a two-year spate of violence involving burglary, rape and murder of civilians, the desecration of mosques and the mutilation of corpses.
Despite repeated notice about the atrocities Commander Azizullah is alleged to have committed he remains on the payroll of the US military as an 'Afghan security guard', a select band of mercenaries described by some as 'the most effective fighting formation in Afghanistan'.
Photo and article from The Independent March 18, 2011
Kathy Kelly — March 2011
In October and again in December of 2010, our small delegation of Voices for Creative Nonviolence activists met with a large family living in a wretched refugee camp.
They had fled their homes in the San Gin district of the Helmand Province after a drone attack killed a mother there and her five children.
The woman's husband showed us photos of his children's bloodied corpses.
His niece Juma Gul age 9 had survived the attack.
She and I huddled next to each other inside a hut made of mud on a chilly December morning.
Juma Gul's father stooped in front of us and gently unzipped her jacket showing me that his daughter's arm had been amputated by shrapnel when the U.S. missile hit their home in San Gin.
Next to Juma Gul was her brother whose leg had been mangled in the attack.
He apparently has no access to adequate medical care and experiences constant pain.
The pilot of the attacking drone perhaps controlling it from as far away as Creech Air Force Base here in the United States knows nothing of this family or of the pain that he or she helped inflict.
Nor do the commanders the people who set up the base the people who pay for it with their taxes and the people who persist in electing candidates intent on indefinitely prolonging the war.
But sometimes — as it was to those helicopter crews — it is up close so there can be no mistake as to what we are doing.
Two men are tied together.
“Those were some innocent farmers that got killed.     Their standard operating procedure after killing dudes was to drag them up to the side of the highway.”
Two dead men tied together.
“Those were some innocent farmers that got killed.     Their standard operating procedure after killing dudes was to drag them up to the side of the highway.”
Rolling Stone — In the process of suppressing the photographs, the Army may also have been trying to keep secret evidence that the killings of civilians went beyond a few men in 3rd Platoon.
The boy’s right pinky finger appears to have been severed.
US Staff Sargent Calvin Gibbs reportedly used a pair of razor-sharp medic’s shears to cut off the finger which he presented to Holmes as a trophy for killing his first Afghan.

U.S. Leading The Terror In Afghanistan
By Ghali Hassan
12 August, 2010
Countercurrents.org
"We've shot an amazing number of people and killed a number and, to my knowledge, none has ever proven to be a real threat to our force.”
General Stanley McChrystal, former U.S.-NATO commander in Afghanistan
Terrorise into submission
The U.S.-led war on Afghanistan is like the U.S.-led war on Iraq — to destroy the country and to indiscriminately kill large numbers of Afghan civilians.
The aim is to terrorise the civilian population into submission using the so-called “War on Terrorism” as a cover-up for a U.S.-led war of terror.
According to media reports, the number of Afghan civilians killed by U.S.-NATO troops has more than doubled this year.
U.S.-NATO forces killed seventy-two civilians in the first three months of 2010, compared to twenty-nine during the same period in 2009.
At least 6000 civilians were killed in 2009.
While Western media often blames the “Taliban”, Afghan media sources and few Western media outlets continue to report crimes committed by U.S.-led NATO forces.
The following are selected cases as part of an ongoing bloodbath in Afghanistan.
Product of American policies
On 27 December 2009, according to a statement on U.S.-installed “PresidentHamed Karzai’s website:
“American Special Forces” with helicopters landed at Ghazi Khan Village in Narang district of the eastern Province of Kunar and took ten people from three homes, eight of them were school students in grades six, nine and ten, and one of them was a guest, the rest from the same family.
They handcuffed them before murdering them in cold blood”
According to Jerome Starkey of The Times (31 December 2009):
“At around 1 am, three nights ago, some American troops with helicopters left Kabul and landed around 2km away from the village. [...] The troops walked from the helicopters to the houses and, according to my investigation, they gathered all the students from two rooms, into one room, and opened fire.” (See also, Nieman Watchdog).
As always, U.S.-NATO officials have denied civilians were killed, but Afghan investigators said nearly all those killed were school-age boys.
A statement released by Hamid Karzai’s office said that a unit of U.S.-NATO forces descended from a plane Sunday night into Ghazi Khan Village and took ten people from three homes shot them dead.
On 12 February 2010, in pre-dawn attack, U.S.-NATO forces killed two pregnant mothers, a teenage girl and two local officials in a pre-dawn attack in Khataba, just outside Gardez.
Two children who survived the initial attack, slowly bled to death denied medical care.
The invading forces then tried to cover-up the murder by claiming that the three pregnant women had been discovered bound and gagged, murdered execution style.
According to The Times (05 April 2010), U.S.-NATO forces have “admitted responsibility for all the deaths for the first time last night”.
On 08 May 2010, The New York Times, which often downplays U.S. war crimes, including the atrocity in Afghanistan, revealed that:
“Shootings of Afghan civilians by American and NATO convoys at military checkpoints have spiked sharply this year, becoming the leading cause of combined civilian deaths and injuries at the hands of Western forces”.
Twenty-eight Afghans killed forty-three wounded at checkpoints
At least twenty-eight Afghans civilians have been killed and forty-three wounded at checkpoints this year.
Afghan civilian casualties jumped by 33 percent in a recent month-long period.
There were 173 civilian deaths reported from March 21 to April 21 this year.
On 19 June 2010, The New York Times reported that:
“Ten civilians, including at least five women and children, were killed in U.S.-NATO airstrikes in Khost Province, the provincial police chief said Saturday.
Five other civilians were killed, as were two Afghan National Army soldiers and two police officials, in other violence around the country on Saturday”.
The Associate Press reported on 09 July 2010, U.S.-NATO forces killed six Afghan civilians and wounded several others in Jani Khel district of Paktia Province in eastern Afghanistan in what described as and artillery shells “went astray”.
The attack was “just one day after six Afghan soldiers died in a botched NATO airstrike”.
Initially, the U.S. government and the media tried to bury the story and U.S. leaders denied that civilians were killed.
It has become nearly impossible to conceal Western-perpetuated war crimes against defenceless population.
On 24 July 2010, according to Afghan National Directorate for Security, as many as 52 innocent Afghan civilians killed and many more were seriously injured in a U.S.-NATO a missile strike in Rigi village in Sangin district of southern Helmand Province.
52 civilians dead including women and children
According to a local press release:
“Based on reports by the National Directorate of Security, a house in Rigi village in Sangin district of southern province of Helmand was hit with a rocket launched by NATO/ISAF troops leaving 52 civilians dead including women and children”.
Men, women and children were massacred as they took cover, according to the, said the press release.
0n 04 August 2010, more than a dozen Afghan civilians were killed in a night-time raid by U.S. troops in Sherzad district in the Nangahar Province in eastern Afghanistan, reported the Los Angeles Times on 06 August 2010.
It is possible that the number of civilians killed in the raid is much higher than it was originally reported.
These were not few isolated massacres of innocent civilians, but rather part of U.S. ongoing terror against the people of Afghanistan.
Evidence shows that the U.S. has always deliberately and indiscriminately targeted the civilian population in its wars against defenceless nations for political gains.
The deliberate and systematic destruction of Iraq, including the mass murder of millions of innocent Iraqi civilians (the majority women and children) and the displacement and disappearance of at least 5 million Iraqis as a result of premeditated war of aggression and thirteen years of U.S.-enforced genocidal sanctions (a U.S.-enforced infanticide) followed by seven years of murderous Occupation is a case in point.
It is true that U.S. crimes are often ignored or downplayed by Western media.
However, most of the information about U.S.-led NATO war crimes in Afghanistan, which the organisation Wikileaks took credit for publishing, is available on the Internet and in some of the print media.
There are no new “revelations”.
Wikileaks
Wikileaks provides confirmations of U.S.-led barbarism against defenceless civilian population.
The Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary, which details a large portion of U.S.-NATO war crimes in more than 91,000 reports covering the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2010 is a slap in the face of those, including “progressive” opportunists and colonial feminists, who claim that the war on Afghanistan is for the “hearts and minds” of the Afghan people and “democracy”.
But, Westerners don’t really care about their governments committing war crimes abroad, especially if the victims are women and children with brown skin colour.
Today’s Western citizens are carefully manipulated and are too ignorant to care about others.
People fed daily diet to promote militarism
As the philosopher, Bertrand Russell observed:
“It is the nature of imperialism that citizens of the imperial power are always among the last to know and care about circumstances in the colonies”.
People, particularly in the West, are conditioned not to think and not to ask questions.
They are fed a daily diet to promote consumerism and militarism.
It is a type of brainwashing that Adolf Hitler and his henchmen would have been proud of.
That is why war criminals like George W. Bush, Tony Blair — who has become a multi-millionaire from the proceeds of his crimes — and the Australian John Howard were re-elected to power while their armies were involved in two bloodbaths against Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan.
According to a new epidemiological study concerning the population of Iraq found that, as a result of the use of weapons of mass destructions (WMD), such as “Depleted Uranium” (DU) by U.S. forces on the Iraqi civilian population in Fallujah, the rates of infant mortality, fatal deformities and cancer (mainly Leukaemia) are much higher than those reported by Japanese survivors of the atomic bombs attacks on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. (Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 7, 2010, PDF).
Like the criminal attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the attack on Fallujah is a criminal act of terrorism on an epic scale.
While Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary confirms the U.S. and its allies as bloodthirsty invaders by providing a large and comprehensive summary of information of war crimes, there is nothing new or “top secret” about U.S. militarised violence.
The U.S. is the most militarised and dangerous outlaw nation in the world today, second only to the fascist regime in Israel.
The U.S. spends more money on its offensive military than all other countries in the world combined, while millions of Americans live in extreme poverty.
The stated aim is to project violence on a global scale.
U.S. leaders are addicted to violence and there are only a few bloodthirsty fascists outside the U.S. military.
“It is fun to shoot some people”, said General James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis, head of U.S. Central Command who has a long and violent record of war crimes against defenceless civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Just listen to testimonies by U.S. soldiers themselves to validate their war crimes.
The enormity of the war crimes in Afghanistan even forced the most violent people in U.S. military to tell the truth.
McChrystal was an assassin
Before his dismissal, former U.S.-NATO commander, Stanley McChrystal, admitted that:
“In the nine-plus months I’ve been here [in Afghanistan], not a single case where we have engaged in an escalation of force incident and hurt someone has it turned out that the vehicle had a suicide bomb or weapons in it and, in many cases, had families in it”.
McChrystal was not a saint; he was an assassin.
He was replaced by a more violent commander, Gen. David Petraeus, who promised to escalate the violence in order to subdue the Afghan Resistance and forced them to make a deal with Washington.
Furthermore, in an Op-Ed for The New York Times (05 August 2009), former army officers and supporters of U.S.-led war on defenceless nations, David Kilcullen and Andrew Exum have called for a halt on civilian killing.
Quoting Pakistani sources, they write that, U.S. unmanned drones had “killed some 700 civilians.
This is 50 civilians for every militant killed, a hit rate of 2 percent — hardly ‘precision’”.
They believe too much violence is exposing the true goal of U.S. imperialist ideology which is to control Afghanistan’s geostrategic position in Central Asia.
The principle of U.S. Christian-fascist ideology has always been to intervene in other nations’ affairs, using military threat, terrorism and overwhelming violence against the civilian population. U.S. politicians and U.S. apologists justify this “policy of barbarism” as U.S. “exceptionalism” or U.S. “right”, which is based on the false assumption that the U.S. and its allies can dominate and change societies through violence and suffering.
For example, despite overwhelming evidence of needless bloodbath in Afghanistan and Iraq, the U.S. government and U.S. vassals continue to insist that their wars on the people of Afghanistan and Iraq are “morally and politically justifiable” wars, using the manipulative rhetoric of “democracy” and “human rights” as a cover.
What the Afghan War Diary does, it supports the C.I.A. propaganda and provides U.S. Zionist leaders with ammunition to attack Pakistan and Iran.
It is possible that the C.I.A. and the Pentagon use Wikileaks to spread anti-Pakistan and anti-Iran propaganda.
In fact, the C.I.A. has a history of leaking false information to manipulate public opinion and cover-up U.S. war crimes.
According to Wikileaks co-founder, Julian Assange: “We contacted the White House as a group before we released this material and asked them to help assist in going through it to make sure that no innocent names came out, and the white House did not accept that request”.
So, where is the “top secret” or “classified” information?
In reality, the U.S. and the British governments expressed no serious interest in the Afghan War Diary and have criticised Pakistan alleged support for the “Taliban”.
However, Western politicians and Western media use the Afghan War Diary to threatened and warn ordinary people who oppose the war.
Wikileaks is being accused of “moral culpability” as if Western leaders who were responsible for the premeditated mass murder of millions of Afghan and Iraqi civilians are Christian saints. George Bush, Tony Blair and their accomplices should be arrested and tried for war crimes.
U.S. President Barack Obama used Wikileaks’ Afghan War Diary to announce “change in strategy”.
The President pleaded for the U.S. House of Representatives to pass legislation to fund the war on Afghanistan for another year.
Thirty-six hours after Wikileaks released the Afghan War Diary, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass a bill that funds the bloodbath in Afghanistan with extra $33 billion and 30,000 more troops.
The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has accused Pakistan of “exporting” of terrorism, forgetting his own country’s complicity in terrorism and the mass slaughters of innocent Afghan and Iraqi civilians.
Credible media sources revealed that the U.S. and Britain are secretly financing and arming different groups through the increase in the cultivation and trafficking of narcotic drug. (See: Peter Dale Scott, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, April 5, 2010).
According to Russian and Iranian media sources, the U.S. earn “about $50 billion a year from trafficking in drugs often transported out of Afghanistan in body bags on American planes”.
The U.S.-NATO aim is to prolong the violence and justify long-term occupation of the region (Daniella Peled, The Guardian, 25 May 2010) using the pretext of “terrorism” as a cover.
The fact that, the West’s major pro-war newspapers, the British Guardian, the Zionist New York Times and the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel have been contacted first to publish the so-called “revelations” is suspicious.
Indeed, the Guardian and the New York Times have called for the escalation of the war.
A Pakistan official familiar with the Wikileaks’ “revelations” told Declan Walsh of the Guardian:
“It’s very strange that such a large cache of information can be leaked to the [mainstream] media so conveniently.
Is something deliberate?
What is its purpose?
We’ll be looking into that”.
The information serves the U.S. purpose of targeting Pakistan and Iran, both fingered by Wikileaks of supporting the “Taliban”.
Of course, India and Israel couldn’t be happier.
The Afghan War Diary plays in the hands of the anti-Muslims warmongers.
According to The Guardian:
“A huge cache of secret U.S. military files today provides a devastating portrait of the failing war in Afghanistan, revealing how coalition forces have killed hundreds of civilians in unreported incidents, Taliban attacks have soared and NATO commanders fear neighbouring Pakistan and Iran are fuelling the insurgency“.
Where is the evidence?
Can anyone imagine the Guardian accusing the U.S. of fuelling the Afghan Resistance (the so-called, “Mujahideen”) against Soviet troops?
The allegation that Pakistan’s intelligence agency is arming and training the “Taliban” is a falsehood.
Western media and politicians have become addicted on attacking Pakistan and deliberately making false accusations against Pakistan in order to deflect attention away from their own crimes.
It is important to remember that Pakistan (a Muslim nation) is forced (by the U.S.) to participate in U.S.-led war not only against the people of Afghanistan but also against its own people and Pakistan vital strategic interests.
Since the U.S. illegal invasion of Afghanistan, writes Javed Hussain, a retired officer in the Pakistan Army:
“Pakistan has lost more soldiers than the combined losses suffered by foreign forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, and five times more civilians than those lost in the 9/11 strikes, which eminently reflect on Pakistan’s commitment to the war on terror”,
For each targeted assassination by U.S. drones in Pakistan, 140 innocent Pakistani civilians were also killed in a deliberate act of terrorism.
According to Pakistani media, attacks by U.S. drones killed 708 people in 44 attacks targeting the Pakistani tribal areas between January 1 and December 31, 2009.
“On average, 58 civilians were killed in these attacks every month, 12 persons every week and almost two people every day”. (Dawn, 02 January 2010).
Meanwhile, the leader of the Pakistani corrupted elites (President Asif Ali Zardari) is visiting European leaders — his nation’s enemies — at a time when the Pakistani people are struggling to cope with the worst-ever floods in Pakistan’s history.
Taking advantage of a corrupt government in Pakistan, U.S. leaders have extended their war into Pakistan, using the same pretext to cover-up the war on Afghanistan with dire consequences for the people of the region.
Afghanistan was not “a training camp for terrorists”, as it is often accused by Western politicians and Western media.
U.S. established a training base ‘al-Qaeda’
The truth is, in 1979 the U.S. government of president Jimmy Carter began covert operation of training and arming warlords and militias against the democratically-elected Afghan government months before Soviet troops went into Afghanistan.
In the early 1980s, the U.S. established a training base (‘al-Qaeda’) in Afghanistan to sabotage and fight the Soviet troops in the country, using militant fighters from around the world.
They were named by the C.I.A. the “Mujahideen” to associate them with Islam.
After the Soviets withdrawal from Afghanistan in 1989, the “Mujahideen” took control of the country and began a bloody infighting. The “Taliban” — funded and armed by the C.I.A. — defeated the “Mujahideen” in a criminal war that ravaged the country.
According to C.I.A. officials, there are no more than 100 ‘al-Qaeda’ fighters in Afghanistan today. (For an analysis, see: Michael Parenti, Afghanistan, Another Untold Story).
No evidence for Muslim nation involvement in 9/11
The linking Afghanistan to the 9/11 attacks on the U.S. is a flawed argument.
There is no evidence to prove Afghanistan’s or any other Muslim nation involvement in the 9/11 attacks.
All Muslim nations and organisations have unequivocally condemned the attacks.
In order to commit attacks like 9/11, one needs state-of-the-art resources and well-connected contacts.
The official story remains unsubstantiated and unproven.
Overwhelming evidence shows that the Israeli Mossad agents, the C.I.A. and influential U.S. Zionists in the Bush administration had prior knowledge of the 9/11 attacks.
Early this year, Israeli Mossad agents were able to acquire and counterfeited more than twenty foreign passports to murder a Palestinian politician Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai, an act of terrorism that was condoned by several Western nations.
Israel is the only nation which welcomed the 9/11 attacks.
“It is very good” for Israel, said Benjamin Netanyahu, the current Israeli Prime Minister. (See: Christopher Ketcham, CounterPunch, 07 March 2007).
The 9/11 attacks were used as an “opportunity” not only to justify war against Muslim nations, but also to instil fear and disseminate anti-Muslim propaganda.
Many People, including most Americans have been coerced and indoctrinated to believed that it was morally justified to attack Afghanistan and Iraq as a response to the 9/11 attacks.
The argument advanced by Western politicians and Western media that, “We were attacked and we have to fight back” is preposterous.
According to Marjorie Cohn, a professor of law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and former president of the National Lawyers Guild, the U.S. and its allies have no case for self-defence, because:
“The necessity for self-defence must be ‘instant, overwhelming, leaving no choice for means, and had no moment for deliberation’”.
Like the war on Iraq, the war on Afghanistan constitutes an act of illegal aggression in violation of UN Charter and international law.
According to credible media and NGOs reports, the Afghan Resistance against the U.S.-NATO war is a collection of native Afghani movements, legitimately fighting to liberate their land from foreign invaders.
There are no “terrorist bases” in Afghanistan that threaten Western societies.
The biggest terrorist bases in the world are not in Muslim nations, they are in Washington and Tel Aviv.
From there, nearly all terror operations are organised and financed.
The two countries are war-hungry and rightly viewed by the majority of world’s people as the two greatest threats to world’s peace and stability.
Meanwhile, a report by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights claims over two-thirds of Afghans live in dire poverty.
The report criticises the “international community” for emphasizing security over development and also cites widespread corruption within the U.S.-installed puppet government of warlords and criminals.
The ‘National Survey 2010’ by Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA) revealed that, under the Occupation, corruption has worsened, particularly in the police, justice, health, and education sectors where the Occupation authorities exert most power.
Corruption, of course, is one of imperialism’s most effective tools to control the occupied population, violence is the other.
There is no occupation without a corrupted and criminal puppet government. It is not coincident that Afghanistan and Iraq are ranked very high among the most corrupt countries in the world.
Consequences of American-led changes remain, however
Finally, the U.S.-NATO Occupation is responsible for the worst human rights abused, including torture, rape and denial of personal freedom.
Moreover, the Afghanistan Rights Monitor reported: “In terms of insecurity, 2010 has been the worst year since the demise of the Taliban regime in late 2001”.
Security is the new pretext for the ongoing Occupation.
Women rights have all but disappeared even before the Occupation.
The situation for women (one of the pretexts to invade Afghanistan is to “liberate” Afghan women) is far worse than before the invasion.
The U.S.-backed “Mujahideen” and “Taliban” warlords have reversed all the gains that had been made in 1970s and the 1980s under the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) progressive government of Noor Mohammad Taraki.
It is shameful, that Western politicians, academics and colonial feminists use women rights to advocate for ongoing Occupation of Afghanistan.
If anything, conditions have gotten worse for children in Afghanistan since the invasion.
Life expectancy for Afghans 44 years
According to a report by UNICEF, under U.S.-NATO Occupation, Afghanistan is the worst place for children to be born.
The report says:
“Afghanistan has the highest infant mortality rate in the world with 257 deaths per 1,000 live births, and 70 percent of Afghans have access to clean water”
The country “is especially dangerous for girls”, added the report.
One-quarter of Afghan children will not reach the age of five, and life expectancy for Afghans is only 44 years.
A new study says nearly two out of every three male youths jailed in Afghanistan are physically abused.
The children’s rights organization Terre des Hommes says its findings are based on interviews with 40 percent of all those jailed in Afghan juvenile detention centres.
One hundred thirty out of 208 male youths said they had been beaten since their arrest.
The vast majority of the people of Afghanistan (and Pakistan) have rejected the Occupation and demanding an end to the presence of foreign troops in their countries.
After nine years of murderous Occupation, opposition to the U.S.-led terror in Afghanistan is also rising among the populations of the countries involved in the Occupation.
The latest Gallup opinion poll shows support for the Obama Administration’s war policy has declined from 48 per cent in February 2010 to 36 per cent.
Moreover, 43 per cent of Americans believe the war was illegal.
In Britain, 72 per cent of the public opposes Britain involvement in the Occupation and the ongoing terror in Afghanistan.
The U.S. has inflicted great suffering on the people of Afghanistan.
It is time for U.S. leaders and U.S. allies in the war on Afghanistan to renounce the use of violence and terrorism, and withdraw their forces from Afghanistan.
The U.S. should concentrate instead on developing friendly and peaceful relations with all nations based on mutual respect and broad common interests to safeguard world peace.
Ghali Hassan is an independent writer living in Australia.
Afghanistan 2006-2011
As US casualties in Afghanistan rise, US Army suicides, drug use set new records
The US military massacred nine children in an airstrike in Afghanistan’s northeastern Kunar province targeted by helicopter gunships sent from a nearby base run by the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
Burn blankets and clothing and other items distributed by NATO coalition troops — Ghazni Afghanistan
An Afghanistan vehicle was trying to get into the main road when the two foreign occupation vehicles hit it and killed all four Afghanistan occupants — People throw stones and chant 'Death to Karzai' in reference to Hamid Karzai, the Afghan president.
     Another US war crime in Afghanistan       
     Children killed in home by US NATO     
      Do you enjoy the blood that much Obama!     
Torture and Afghanistan
The incidents are not isolated cases.   We cannot assert that they were the norm, but Private Brand acknowledges, for example, that he beat some twenty other detainees.   Blows and painful positions were used very frequently in Afghanistan.   According to our own inquiries almost all the prisoners who subsequently testified underwent abuse.
The two detainees were "chained in their cells and frequently beaten." The investigators cite credible information according to which four guards regularly "kicked them in the groin and the legs," "threw them against walls and tables," "forced them to stay in painful positions during interrogations and poured water into their mouths until they suffocated."
Most implicated troops are getting off without significant punishment — in two-thirds of known abuse cases, troops have received only administrative punishments like reprimands and demotions — no CIA officers have been charged
What I find is that the US Marines act with impunity
Away from the eyes of the media, humiliation and brutalisation takes place
The factual and contextual disconnects between divergent Americans is simply too great to tackle
Afghanistan Part III
More on death of Dilawar
Afghanistan Part IV
From the video 'Holes in Heaven' — Brooks Agnew, Earth Tornographer
In 1983 I did radio tornography with 30 watts looking for oil in the ground.
I found 26 oil wells over a nine state area.
100 hundred percent of the time was accurate, which is just 30 watts of power beaming straight into solid rock.
HAARP uses a billion watts beamed straight into the ionosphere for experiments.
Picture these strings on the piano as layers of the Earth, each one has its own frequency.
What we used to do is beam radio waves into the ground and it would vibrate any 'strings' that were present in the ground.
We might get a sound back like ___ and we would say, that's natural gas.
We might get a sound back like ____ and we'd say that's crude oil.
We were able to identify each frequency.
We accomplished this with just 30 watts of radio power.
If you do this with a billion watts the vibrations are so violent that the entire piano would shake.
In fact the whole house would shake.
In fact the vibrations could be so severe under ground they could even cause an earthquake.
Download or watch   HAARP Holes in Heaven
— Complete version available for mp4 download
Download or watch movie on HAARP — Advanced US Military research weapon on behaviour modification
weather change, ionesphere manipulation — click here
Download or watch audio of Dr. Nick Begich talking on HAARP
— The 2006 update to 'Angels Don't Play This HAARP'.
'Angels Still Don't Play This HAARP: Advances In Tesla Technology'.
Planet Earth Weapon by Rosalie Bertell
ozone, HAARP, chemtrails, space war — click here
What HAARP Is.. And Everything Its Used For
Full HAARP Documentary — click here
Angels Dont Play This HAARP weather manipulation
1 hour 36 minutes video — click here
(poor quality to watch but well worth listening)
Dr. Nick Begich, his book and his articles can be found here
       http://www.earthpulse.com/      
Article on Chemtrails — unusual cloud formations in the US.
U.S. Bombing of Fallujah
— the Third World War continued: Chechnya, North Ossetia, Ingushetia
More atrocities - Ahmed and Asma, story of two children dying
al-Sadr City
Iraq's real WMD crime - the effects of depleted uranium
World War Two soldiers did not kill Kill ratio Korea, Vietnam. Iraq.
Aid agencies compromised by US actions
US soldiers committing suicide Afghanistan Iraq — Most Recent
Psychologist Pete Linnerooth was one of three who were part of a mental health crew in charge of the US 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division in the Baghdad area of Iraq.   Pete Linnerooth committed suicide by turning a gun upon himself in January of 2013
Veterans kill themselves at a rate of one every 80 minutes.   More than 6,500 veteran suicides are logged every year — more than the total number of soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq combined since those wars began.
Mary Coghill Kirkland said she asked her son, 21-year-old Army Spc. Derrick Kirkland, what was wrong as soon as he came back from his first deployment to Iraq in 2008.   He had a ready answer: "Mom, I'm a murderer."
A military base on the brink
As police agents watched he shot himself in the head
Murders, fights, robberies, domestic violence, drunk driving, drug overdoses
US soldiers committing suicide Afghanistan Iraq II
U.S. Soldier Killed Herself After Objecting to Interrogation Techniques
Private Gary Boswell, 20, from Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, was found hanging in a playground in July
She is Jeanne "Linda" Michel, a Navy medic.   She came home last month to her husband and three kids ages 11, 5, and 4, delighted to be back in her suburban home of Clifton Park in upstate New York.   Two weeks after she got home, she shot and killed herself.
Peterson refused to participate in the torture after only two nights working in the unit known as the cage
     United States Numb to Iraq Troop Deaths       
     All papers relating to the interrogations have been destroyed     
      We stripped them and were supposed to mock them and degrade their manhood     
US soldiers committing suicide Iraq Vietnam
The Iraq War - complete listing of articles, includes images
The House of Saud and Bush
       All with U.S. Money:       
       US and Israel War Crimes       
All with U.S. Money:

Israel agents stole identity of New Zealand cerebral palsy victim.

(IsraelNN.com July 15, 2004) The Foreign Ministry will take steps towards restoring relations with New Zealand. New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark today announced she was implementing diplomatic sanctions after two Israelis were sentenced on charges of attempting to obtain illegal passports. Despite Israeli refusal to respond to the accusations, the two are labeled in the New Zealand media as Mossad agents acting on behalf of the Israeli intelligence community.

Foreign Ministry officials stated they will do everything possible to renew diplomatic ties, expressing sorrow over the "unfortunate incident".
Projected mortality rate of Sudan refugee starvation deaths — Darfur pictures
Suicide now top killer of Israeli soldiers
Atrocities files - graphic images
'Suicide bombings,' the angel said, 'and beheadings.'

'And the others that have all the power - they fly missiles in the sky.

They don't even look at the people they kill.'
       The real Ronald Reagan       
       — Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, South Africa        
Follow the torture trail...

Photos May 2004

        When you talk with God        
         were you also spending your time, money and energy, killing people?         
       Are they now alive or dead?       

Photos July 2004

US Debt

Photos June 2004

Lest we forget - Ahmed and Asma, story of two children dying

More photos May 2004
American military: Abu Gharib (Ghraib) prison photos, humiliation and torture
- London Daily Mirror article: non-sexually explicit pictures

Photos April 2004

The celebration of Jerusalem day, the US missiles that rained onto children in Gaza,
and, a gathering of top articles over the past nine months

Photos March 2004

The Iraq War - complete listing of articles, includes images

Photos February 2004

US missiles - US money - and Palestine

Photos January 2004

Ethnic cleansing in the Beduin desert

Photos December 2003

Shirin Ebadi Nobel Peace Prize winner 2003

Photos November 2003

Atrocities - graphic images...

Photos October 2003

Aljazeerah.info

Photos September 2003
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