Innocent Afghan children massacred by US invaders

1205.jpgAt least seven Afghan children have been killed in a US air strike in eastern Afghanistan in the latest civilian deaths from the invaders’ troops. “Early reporting has that seven children at the madrassah died as a result of the strike,” the US occupants and invaders said.Kuffar american warplanes targeted a complex that includes a mosque and madrassa in Paktika province late Sunday, June 17. The statement claimed the strike was based on “credible intelligence” that Al-Qaeda fighters were taking shelter at the complex in the Zarghun Shah district, about 180 kilometers south of Kabul.

 

The invaders and occupying troops killed innocent people in the raid, and also inflicted damages on the mosque. There has been a steady rise in the killing of Afghan civilians, including women and children, by US-led and NATO troops in Afghanistan.

 

Up to 380 civilians were killed in surging violence in the first four months of this year, according to United Nations. Although the real figures are much higher than this, which the kuffars do not want to disclose. At least 49 civilians were recently killed in attacks by foreign troops in the Zerkoh Valley, about 120 kilometers south of Herat city.

 

Analysts have warned that the indiscriminate killing of civilians is turning ordinary Afghans against foreign troops and eroding fragile public support for puppet president Hamid Karzai’s government.

 

Occupant Britain’s kafir premier Tony Blair joined the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 because it feared America would “nuke the shit” out of the country, a former British ambassador to Washington told a TV documentary which was screened last Saturday.

 

“Blair’s real concern was that there would be quote unquote ‘a knee-jerk reaction’ by the Americans,” Christopher Meyer said in comments printed in advance in the Daily Mirror on Monday.

 

“… they would go thundering off and nuke the shit out of the place without thinking straight,” he added. In other excerpts of the documentary, printed in The Observer Sunday, members of Blair’s inner circle said he agreed to commit troops to the March 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq despite his awareness that Washington had failed to prepare adequately for post-war reconstruction.

 

The US invaded Afghanistan days after the 9/11 attacks. Nearly 6,000 people have been killed in Afghanistan over the past 17 months. Some 1,500 of them have been civilians.

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