Terrorism

EdBEdB Senior MemberPosts: 2,847 Senior Member
ISIS terrorists commit many atrocities and kill many innocent civilians. The U.S. led coalition also kills many innocent civilians with its air strikes in Iraq and Syria and Yemen. Dead civilians produce many terrorists who want to avenge their loved ones, those terrorists are sometimes home grown in various countries that are part of the coalition, thus instigating the many attacks recently. No level of threat will stop those attacks, the only thing that will stop them is the end of the air strikes and the withdrawal of coalition troops fighting and occupying the various countries in the region.

http://news.antiwar.com/2017/03/23/reports-us-airstrikes-killed-230-civilians-in-mosul-overnight/

Over 130 Civilians Killed in Attack on a Single Building in Western Mosul

by Jason Ditz, March 23, 2017

As the US airstrikes in the Iraqi city of Mosul are increasingly concentrated around densely populated neighborhoods in the city’s west, the death toll from those airstrikes in spiraling rapidly out of control, with the most recent figures out of the area suggesting around 230 civilians were killed overnight in US and coalition strikes in just a single neighborhood.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/mar/23/us-soldier-admits-killing-afghans


First published on Wednesday 23 March 2011 19.17 EDT


An American soldier has pleaded guilty to being part of a "kill team" who deliberately murdered Afghan civilians for sport last year.

Army Specialist Jeremy Morlock, 23, told a military court he had helped to kill three unarmed Afghans. "The plan was to kill people, sir," he told an army judge in Fort Lea, near Seattle, after his plea.

The case has caused outraged headlines around the world. In a series of videotaped confessions to investigators, some of which have been broadcast on American television, Morlock detailed how he and other members of his Stryker brigade set up and faked combat situations so that they could kill civilians who posed no threat to them. Four other soldiers are still to come to trial over the incidents.

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