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binAadam
06-24-2007, 11:36 AM
They don't like it when some Muslims say that all Americans are our enemies, even though they are not the part of their Terrorist Army, they are the tax payers to the Terrorist Regime of America.
Well, I myself agree with them (Americans); just paying taxes to the Terrorist State of America is not a good reason to consider them a legitimate target of our revenge.

But the question is what they are doing to stop the State Terrorism of America, Britain and their Western allies?

Their show biz people do the drama on media that they are adopting children from poor countries, they do the drama from the stage of UNITED NATIONS of THE WEST to send humanitarian Aid to those who are poor or suffered from wars. But they don't do anything to stop the slaughter of innocent Afghani Children, cute Iraqi Children who don't even have enough food to fill their stomachs.

There is not a single political party in the West with a good support from the people of West which is against the War on Islam, and which is doing anything reasonable to stop their State Terrorism.

Doesn't this Silent Support to the tyranny, religious extremism and state terrorism of the West, from the common people of the West make them as much criminals as their inhuman regimes are.
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binAadam
06-24-2007, 11:47 AM
NATO force admits civilians killed in Pakistan

KABUL: The NATO-led force in Afghanistan admitted Sunday that civilians in Pakistan had been killed in strikes at the weekend against insurgents.

A Pakistan military official said at least nine civilians were killed in a tribal area when a rocket fired by foreign forces hit their home on Saturday. Residents said the dead were a child, a woman and seven men from one family.

http://thenews.com.pk/updates.asp?id=24848

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If a suicide bomber kills 9 innocent people in London or New York they raise an uproar in their media, as if 900 people were killed, but when their own terrorist armies kill innocent Muslims they don't care. That's inhuman, brutal and hypocritic face of the West.
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binAadam
06-24-2007, 11:49 AM
33 die in coalition raids in Waziristan

Dead include children, women; US-led forces bomb, shell Pakistani villages; ISPR says protest lodged; four FC men die in separate blast

By Rahimullah Yusufzai & Sailab Mahsud

PESHAWAR/TANK: Bombing by jet fighters and helicopters sent by the US-led coalition forces and artillery and mortar shelling carried out from Afghanistan’s territory into Pakistan’s tribal borderlands on Friday night and Saturday morning killed, at least, 33 people in South Waziristan and North Waziristan.

The cross-border raids caused death and destruction on a scale not seen so far in attacks of similar nature in the two Waziristans. Apart from the human losses, the bombing and shelling destroyed about two dozen houses, damaged vehicles and killed cattle-heads. The dead included several women and children.

http://thenews.com.pk/top_story_detail.asp?Id=8646
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Zman
06-24-2007, 12:03 PM
:sl:

They'll always tell you that it's collateral damage.

They do a Cost/Benefits, and if the benefits outweigh the costs, then its: bombs away for the Muslims.

That's why when a 60 Minutes interviewer asked our little ChickenHawk Madeleine Albright, if it was worth killing Iraqi children during our days of Geneocidal Economic Sanctions, said: "it was worth it!"

We have to answer for alot of death & destruction, during our past 500+ years of dominating this planet.

The 1900's alone, was the bloodiest century in human history, thanks to us.

Therefore, we have to outdo our stellar accmonplishment and started the 21st Century with quite a bang...
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Zman
06-24-2007, 02:51 PM
:sl:/Peace To All

Karzai Angry Over West's Tactics
By BBC Staff
Published On Saturday, June 23, 2007
BBC News

Nato and US-led troops are failing to co-ordinate with their Afghan allies and thereby causing civilian deaths, President Hamid Karzai has said.

He criticised his Western allies’ “extreme” use of force and said they should act as his government asked.

“Innocent people are becoming victims of reckless operations” because the troops had ignored Afghan advice for years, Mr Karzai told reporters.

He was speaking after a week in which up to 90 Afghan civilians were killed.

“You don’t fight a terrorist by firing a field gun 37 kilometres (24 miles) away into a target.

That’s definitely, surely bound to cause civilian casualties,” he said.


More civilians have been killed this year as a result of foreign military action than have been killed by insurgents, correspondents say.


...Accusing international forces of consistently failing to co-ordinate with their Afghan colleagues, Mr Karzai said that, in future, every military operation should be co-ordinated directly with his government, in accordance with written plans he said already existed.

“As you are aware over the past several days, as result of indiscriminate and imprecise operations of Nato and coalition forces, our people suffered casualties,” Mr Karzai told reporters in Kabul, looking visibly angry.

“We are thankful for their help to Afghanistan. But that does not mean that Afghan lives have no value.

“Afghan life is not cheap and it should not be treated as such,” he said.

‘One Too Many:’

There are two international missions in Afghanistan:

The Nato-led Isaf, with 37,000 troops from 37 countries including the US. Its aim is to help the Afghan government bring security, development and better governance.

The US-led coalition - under the banner of Operation Enduring Freedom - is a counter-terrorism mission that involves mainly special forces.
Both have recently been involved in heavy clashes with insurgents.

On Friday, Nato’s secretary general called for an investigation into the latest incident in which 25 civilians were killed in an air strike in the Afghan province of Helmand.

“Each innocent civilian victim is one too many,” he said. “Unfortunately it happens.”

© BBC MMVII

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/6233082.stm
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binAadam
06-24-2007, 03:17 PM
Killing civilians is a very cowardly tactics of the Crusade Terrorists (NATO and Americans) in Afghanistan particularly. Talibans are a very hard target to them, so they bomb innocent civilians to black mail Talibans giving them a message that if you attack us, we will kill your civilians. And this is everyday routing in Afghanistan that they kill Afghan civilians and claim they have killed Taliban. Keeping a beard and wearing a turban doesn't make one Taliban, that's the dress code of Afghanistan.
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Muezzin
06-24-2007, 06:19 PM
In life, there are buttheads. These buttheads sometimes wittingly or unwittingly hurt innocent bystanders. Though it might make other people happy to fight butthead-edness with butthead-edness, the truth is, even more innocent bystanders will get hurt, except this time there are two buttheads instead of one.
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