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US Strike Still Too Sloppy – Let God Sort ‘Em Out …

Posted by bosskitty on June 30, 2007

NEWS CENTRAL/S. ASIA

Many Afghans killed in air strike

 

 

 

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Civilian deaths caused by US and Nato-led troops have infuriated Afghan people and the Afghan president

An air strike in southern Afghanistan has killed at least 30 civilians and 39 armed Taliban, a Helmand official said.

Mohammed Daoud said that “30-37 civilians have been killed and tens of others have been injured” during an International Security Assistance Force attack in Helmand‘s Gereshk district.

 

US airstrikes kill 65 civilians

From correspondents in Lashkar gah, Afghanistan July 01, 2007 02:00am

  • NATO denies toll as high as 65
  • News agency sees bodies of children
  • Worst civilian death toll since 2001

ANTI-TALIBAN air strikes by US- and NATO-led forces in Afghanistan killed 65 villagers, including children, a local official said today, amid growing anger over civilian deaths.

0554816700.jpg Family flees destroyed village.

US probes Afghan civilian deaths

By Charles Haviland BBC News, Kabul

The US-led military coalition in Afghanistan says a number of civilians appear to have died in air strikes in the southern province of Helmand.

_42446618_grishk_afp_203300.jpg Collateral damage.

U.S. Raids Baghdad Slum; 26 Iraqis Die

June 30, 4:35 PM (ET) By LEE KEATH

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P) Iraqi girls clean up their home after a U.S. raid in the Shiite enclave of Sadr City Saturday, June…
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BAGHDAD (AP) – Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki condemned a U.S. raid Saturday in Baghdad‘s Shiite Sadr City slum – a politically sensitive district for him – in which American troops searching for Iranian-linked militants sparked a firefight that left 26 Iraqis dead.

One Iraqi’s collateral damage  By Marc Perelman

Ahlam Al-Jabouri did fearless humanitarian work under the U.S. Army in Iraq — but when her life was torn apart by sectarian hatred, U.S. authorities were MIA.

 

US Papers Thursday: God, Money, and Oil War of the Mosques;  $150 Billion Contract Award; Iraq’s Washington Lobbyists

By CHRIS ALLBRITTON 06/28/2007 01:49 AM ET

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“What causes the documented high level of civilian casualties — 3,000 – 3,400 [October 7, 2001 thru March 2002] civilian deaths — in the U.S. air war upon Afghanistan? The explanation is the apparent willingness of U.S. military strategists to fire missiles into and drop bombs upon, heavily populated areas of Afghanistan.”

Professor Marc W. Herold   Ph.D., M.B.A., B.Sc.

 The percentage of innocent to combatant casualties is unacceptable.  These are not BATTLEFIELDS they are people’s HOMES!

The hateful mantra “let God sort ’em out” should held prosecutable!  Such a FINE example of American Values we are spreading throughout the tortured world.  Shove this example of Democracy down their throat with bullets!  Call it Christian compassion? Or Inquisition!  Oh NO! It’s about Christian OIL! 

 

 

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2 Responses to “US Strike Still Too Sloppy – Let God Sort ‘Em Out …”

  1. balkan said

    Will the killing ever end?!?

  2. […] House Link to Article iraq US Strike Still Too Sloppy – Let God Sort ‘Em Out … » Posted at […]

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