In Sympathy for
Faez Mohammed, 30
An un-named young boy
injured on Thursday, October 11, 2001
in Helmand Province. Faez Mohammed, 30, father of nine, had left Quetta to work in Helmand. He was building a wall with three workmates when they heard an aircraft. He does not remember what happened next. His injuries tell the tale of a U.S. “precision” strike: damaged left eye, two crushed legs, arms heavily pocked with punctures and deep bruising all over his body. He was brought to a hospital in Quetta for treatment. On October 13th, Al Jazeera broadcast the photo of another victim of the U.S. bombing attacks (above).
Injured in U.S. “precision” bombing attacks