Sunday, March 11, 2012

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US soldier kills Afghan civilians in Kandahar

Afghan demonstrators carry a counded man as they protest against Koran desecration in Kunduz, february 25 Tensions were already high in Afghanistan after the burning of Korans at a US base
A US soldier in Afghanistan has killed at least 16 civilians and wounded five after entering their homes in Kandahar province, senior local officials say.
He left his military base in the early hours of the morning and opened fire in at least two homes; women and children were among the dead.
Nato said it was investigating the "deeply regrettable incident".
Anti-US sentiment is already high in Afghanistan after US soldiers burnt copies of the Koran last month.
US officials have apologised repeatedly for the incident at a Nato base in Kabul, but they failed to quell a series of protests and attacks that killed at least 30 people and six US troops.
Local people have reportedly gathered near the base in Panjwai district to protest about Sunday's killings, and the US embassy is advising against travel to the area.
Lt Gen Adrian Bradshaw, deputy commander of Nato-led forces, said he was unable to "explain the motivation behind such callous acts", adding that "our thoughts and prayers are with those caught in this tragedy".

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Bob said...

The fatally flawed idea that we can win the hearts and minds of the Afghanistans is finished.

We are going to lose a lot more soldiers because of acts like this.

I don't think we will be told the truth about it though.

When you read an article that says some soldier has been killed in a non-combat situation, translate it as payback.

Galt-in-Da-Box said...

There's no "winning the hearts and minds" of murdering Islamic fanatics, or inbred savages.
We are wasting our time and money on this brain-dead bullshit!
It's time to bring our kids home and tell the Rothschilds' UN & their whores in The States - Soros, Rockefeller & HITLERy - to get someone else to fight for "the mistake on the Med".

texlahoma said...

Bob - I agree with you. Maybe this will get us out of there faster.

Galt - I heard McCain saying that we were there because of 9-11. They took a poll over there and over 90% of the people had never heard of 9-11.
They showed one guy a pic of downtown Manhattan and asked where it was he said "Kabul?"

I have trouble choosing between HITLERy and KILLERy.

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