American forces in Afghanistan killed twelve children and two women
in a night-time bombing of two houses in Nawzad district of Helmand province Saturday.
The incident, one of several involving civilian deaths recently,
is yet another atrocity committed by the US-NATO forces engaged in the illegal occupation.
According to local Afghan officials, the fourteen civilians died as they slept in two family compounds in a small farming community
about 80 kilometres north of Helmand Province’s capital, Lashkar Gah.
The truth is,
the world has grown weary of this decade-long war and doesn’t really care two hoots whether it’s Taleban insurgents or innocent civilians who are wiped out by the indiscriminate US-NATO bombings.
The Americans do not want to be reminded of the mess created by their trillion-dollar war abroad at a time when they have more pressing things to worry about,
like the economy and jobs for instance.
As a result, the coalition forces kill at will
— and with impunity.