2021-11-05

The U.S. military didn’t break the law? The Afghan people said it was unacceptable

By yqqlm yqqlm

On August 29, the U.S. military carried out a drone air strike in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, resulting in the death of 37 year old humanitarian aid worker zemele ahmedi and his nine families, including seven children. Under the pressure of public opinion, the US Department of Defense announced a review of the incident in September

recently, the internal review results of the US military came out. In the face of 10 innocent lives lost, the US military review report actually argued that “no one acted improperly and no one broke the law” in the attack. The report also did not recommend any disciplinary measures against the parties. This means that no one will be held accountable for this incident

with regard to the conclusion reached by the internal review of the US military, the reporter of CCTV interviewed a number of Afghan people on the streets of Kabul, the Afghan capital. They all said that the review result was unacceptable

in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, many people were angry after hearing that US Air Force inspector said believed that the “Kabul drone attack” did not violate the law of war, and asked why the United States could become an extrajudicial place after committing numerous crimes

The U.S. military didn’t break the law? The Afghan people said it was unacceptable

Kabul citizen sajadi said that now the US military said it did not violate the law of war, but they did. Why did they kill 10 people? Now they say they have not violated the laws of war

The U.S. military didn’t break the law? The Afghan people said it was unacceptable(1)

the Afghan people said that this is not the first time the United States has killed Afghan civilians, but the United States has never been punished