10 thoughts on “Murderous Afghan warlord NATO ally

  1. Kabul — Reuters Published on Tuesday, Jul. 20, 2010 9:19AM EDT Last updated on Tuesday, Jul. 20, 2010 9:51AM EDT

    NATO forces say two American civilians and two Afghan soldiers have been killed in a shooting at a weapons training area in northern Afghanistan.

    The international military coalition said in a statement that Tuesday’s shooting in Mazar-e-Sharif was apparently started by an Afghan army soldier who was a trainer at the base, Camp Shaheen. NATO says the soldiers were going through “routine weapons proficiency training” when the gunfire started. One of those killed was the alleged shooter.

    One NATO service member and an Afghan soldier were wounded.

    Afghan Defence Ministry spokesman Gen. Mohammad Zahir Azimi said an investigation had been launched into the incident.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/asia-pacific/attack-on-nato-troops-by-renegade-afghan-recruit-leaves-four-dead/article1645824/

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  2. German Military Mission in Afghanistan Questioned

    Escrito por Dayami Interián García

    Berlin, Jul 20 (Prensa Latina) Non-governmental organizations on Tuesday urged the German government to change its stance in the war of occupation in Afghanistan.

    On the occasion of the international conference taking place in Kabul, the president of Caritas Germany Catholic organization, Peter Neher, issued a release rejecting the relation of development aid with military strategies.

    “As Christians we have to offer help when people need it, and not when military plans demand it,” Neher commented when presenting the annual report of his organization in the German capital.

    In an open letter to the German government, Medica Mondiale humanitarian organization also criticized the association of development aid with military plans.

    In addition, deputy Paul Sch ñfer, from the German socialist party Die Linke (The Leftwing), noted that “the concepts of NATO and its secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen keep reflecting the false belief that peace in Afghanistan can be attained through military force.”

    hr/as/dig/hcn

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