Author`s name Ольга Савка

US Forces slaughter dozens of civilians in Iraq

The strikes have been confirmed by US military sources, who claim to have killed Al Qaeda operative Abu Islam

For those who did not find the story in their newspapers, Pravda.Ru brings it to you loud and clear: United States military forces (again) committed an act of mass murder, slaughtering 56 civilians at Karabila in Qaim, 450 Km. West of Baghdad in Western Iraq on 30th August.

The United States was quick to defend this horrendous act of terrorism, by claiming that it was targeting "Al Qaeda suspects" in "safe houses". Like the 11-yeay-old boy in Baghdad who had his limbs blown off him and his family blown away, no doubt?

A number of news agencies in the Middle East and the Cuban official newspaper, Granma, have quoted local security forces who confirm that 56 civilians were murdered in the multiple bombing raids which were carried out with indiscriminate callousness, as is the norm with strikes by the US Air Force, slaughtering women and children who were inside the houses. What can the excuse be? Today a child, tomorrow a terrorist so it's better to kill him now?

The strikes have been confirmed by US military sources, who claim to have killed Al Qaeda operative Abu Islam. The United States of America will make no inroads on its war against terror if it goes around the globe perpetrating acts of terrorism such as this and aiding and abetting terrorists as it did with bin Laden. What a disgraceful example of how not to conduct foreign policy.

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