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School Children Killed in Afghanistan   Middle East conundrum

Started 3-Nov by Dot_hoe; 463 views.
Dot_hoe

From: Dot_hoe

3-Nov

9 School Children Killed in Afghanistan Land Mine Blast

A land mine explosion in Afghanistan claimed the lives of 9 children Saturday as they walked to school, according to police. Spokesman Khalil Asir said the mine detonated in the northeastern province of Takhar, killing the children, who were nine to 12 years old.   

Asir said the Taliban planted anti-personnel mines to clear the area but, "Unfortunately, today, one of those mines exploded and killed nine primary school students." The Taliban, which controls the area and is fighting to oust U.S.-backed foreign troops, was not immediately available for comment.

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By VOA News November 2, 2019 08:05 AM

https://www.voanews.com/south-central-asia/9-school-children-killed-afghanistan-land-mine-blast

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

3-Nov

Dot_hoe said:

The Taliban, which controls the area and is fighting to oust U.S.-backed foreign troops, was not immediately available for comment.

Why would the resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto broadcast any of the measures they've tried to oust the Nazi Occupation?

First and foremost, patriotic Afghans must learn the lessons of the Holocaust and copy the resistance of the Warsaw ghetto - murder every collaborator in Afghan society.

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Dot_hoe

From: Dot_hoe

3-Nov

Civilian casualties have been increasing to record levels this year, despite efforts by the US and Taliban insurgents to reach a peace deal. A record 4,313 civilians were injured or killed between July and September, a 42 percent increase from the same period last year, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan said last month.

Afghanistan conflict: When War Comes Home – photo exhibition


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Dot_hoe

From: Dot_hoe

3-Nov

The known American military estimates there are about 2,000 Isis fighters in Afghanistan, but their true numbers are difficult to calculate because they frequently change allegiances.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

3-Nov

Dot_hoe said:

Civilian casualties have been increasing to record levels this year, despite efforts by the US and Taliban insurgents to reach a peace deal.

What is this crap? The US has been perpetrating genocide and trying to impose a puppet government on Afghans for 18 years.

And in fact, much longer than that - for 40 years. 

What is there to "negotiate"? Nothing atall - only the complete defeat of the invaders.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

3-Nov

Dot_hoe said:

The known American military estimates there are about 2,000 Isis fighters in Afghanistan, but their true numbers are difficult to calculate because they frequently change allegiances.

What is this nonsense?

Afghans will fight either until they've freed themselves from the brutal occupation or they all die in the attempt.

Bravest people on earth - let us salute them.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

3-Nov

Dot_hoe said:

Civilian casualties have been increasing to record levels this year

We know that, we know that the US has been engaged in burning to a crisp an entire population in Holocaust II.

What's the point of making Holocaust I your religion when you're do determined to do the same thing again?

Dot_hoe

From: Dot_hoe

3-Nov

When you say the 'US' please specify the leader, because not everyone in the US is a warmonger!

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

4-Nov

Dot_hoe said:

When you say the 'US' please specify the leader, because not everyone in the US is a warmonger!

Everyone in the US might as well be a war-monger.

No protest at Obama, attacking seven countries including at leat one ally.

Bolomco

From: Bolomco

4-Nov

Have these people ever had a break to survive basic needs such as peace and joy!?

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