NATO says bombing Afghan houses ‘necessary,

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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 1:17 am » by Mozi!!a


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NATO says bombing Afghan houses ‘necessary,’ will continue action

and like this mo fo gon do something :alien51:
Afghan president issues “last warning to NATO”
http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/05/30/51028093.html


Washington - After a NATO airstrike late Saturday in Afghanistan killed at least 10 children and two women, a spokesperson for the alliance said the bombing campaign which continues killing innocents continues “to be necessary.”
The latest NATO attack to kill innocent women and children has led Afghan President Hamid Karzai to declare such actions as unacceptable and said “unilateral” action against NATO is likely if the activity continues.
In Kabul, Karzai said: “From this moment, airstrikes on the houses of people are not allowed,” CTV News reports. The president has repeatedly warned NATO against such actions as public protests in Afghanistan continue, with anger the underlying them. Karzai added the deadly airstrikes on civilians must end or “the Afghan government will be forced to take unilateral action.”
In its latest statement on Monday, the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) on Afghan activities, including insurgent killings and insurgent detainments, was clear to report its actions regarding civilians. In one security operation description, ISAF noted

The security force insured the safety of all civilians during the operation.

In another operation on Sunday in Kunduz province, ISAF said:

No civilian casualties or structural damages were reported.

Although it is unclear what actions the Afghan government could take against NATO, Karzai continued with his ultimatum: “If this is repeated, Afghanistan has a lot of ways of stopping it, but we don't want to go there. We want NATO to stop the raids on its own, without a declaration ... by the Afghan government, because we want to continue to co-operate,” according to CTV News.
America’s involvement in the near-decade long occupation is beginning to take a toll on continued support. In March, Afghan war supporter Sen. John McCain, R-AZ, said: “A majority of Americans no longer support the war. The next several months will therefore be decisive as winter turns to spring, the traditional fighting season in Afghanistan,” according to VOA News.
The US is scheduled to begin a drawdown of troops later this year, but President Obama recently said the total number of troops will likely be around 5,000, a number some see as a token amount. “Five thousand on July 1 and nothing else, that won’t fly,” said Representative John Garamendi, D-CA, Boston.com reports. “That will create a great deal of anger.”
At stake are outcomes to next year’s general election, and as a result, a growing number of Republicans have begun voicing concerns over the war. Last week, a bill which would require an accelerated timeline for withdrawing 100,000 troops in Afghanistan received the support of 26 House Republicans.
Hours after Karzai made his announcement for NATO to stop bombing Afghan homes, NATO spokesperson Oana Lungescu said the bombings “continue to be necessary,” according to CTV News.
For its part in the Saturday night airstrike, ISAF Major General John Toolan said: “On behalf of the coalition, I offer our heartfelt apologies to the families and friends of those killed,” Digital Journal reported.
The attack occurred in Nawzad district and coalition troops thought they were firing on homes containing insurgents.

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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 1:20 am » by Slith


Ya know Demobe, I've actually given up reading about this stuff. It's so depressing and deplorable to me
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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 1:28 am » by Mozi!!a


dlslith wrote:Ya know Demobe, I've actually given up reading about this stuff. It's so depressing and deplorable to me


i know it is :cry: dlslith i know. but it's important :flop:

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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 1:32 am » by Slith


Yeah I know it's important. And I know good news doesn't sell, but it would sure be nice to see some positive stuff for a change. Ya know what I mean?
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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 1:46 am » by Mozi!!a


dlslith wrote:Yeah I know it's important. And I know good news doesn't sell, but it would sure be nice to see some positive stuff for a change. Ya know what I mean?


i hear you :hugging:

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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 2:13 am » by Theoracle


What I liked is the Afghan government telling NATO that it has to stop bombing innocent women and children .Thats one of the reasons why we went to war ,to bring regime change.
Well the power that be got what it wanted ,only nothing has changed only the faces of thier leaders ,the people are still oppressed, still being killed indiscriminately .
so I say "GO TEAM NATO" you have done a fine job ,you have made us proud :vomit:

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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 2:52 am » by Flecktarn


bombing Afghan houses ‘necessary,,,,,,,, it will only lead to more hate ,,it was never about terror it was always about assett stripping a country ,,the taliban were mates with rumsfelt ,,,when i was there i seen a stone age type country but the people liked it that way,so who are we to inforce the western style on them ,,they dont want tvs and phones they want goats and chickens ,,,,,,but to bomb people out of there homes will piss them off bigtime ,,,and will lead to more hatred of the agressor and retaliation and turning a ordnary man in to a terrorist out to get revenge ,,,,
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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 4:22 am » by Hybridtheory


Nato is on the rock..
at least someones ready to take action against that nazi nwo garbage..but then again, it plays right into there hands..
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PostWed Jun 01, 2011 8:20 am » by Nirma1230


NATO is best force but US kill all in afghanistan, now US need to keep the negotiation with taliban in afghanistan and make some result of this war, other the great force of NATO will also kill in afghanistan
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