In Memory of

 

Gulbahar Aqa, father

Two brothers

4 women and 3 children

killed on Friday, April 29, 2005

in Zambori village, in the mountainous Charcheno district of Uruzgan. U.S. warplanes attacked the homes of two nomad groups, killing ten and injuring another 7, according to witness Abdul Aziz who spoke with the A.P. Aziz identified the three men killed from two families: Gulbahar Aqa, family head was killed; and two brothers from another family were killed. In addition, 4 women and 3 children were killed. The U.S. military propaganda center at Bagram offered confused accounts (at best) which could not be independently verified about striking an “insurgent camp.” It will be recalled that 3 years ago on January 24, 2002, the U.S. occupation forces attacked the village of Hazar Qadam, killing ~20 civilians and offered similar “explanations.”

Victims of U.S. “precision” air strikes upon Zambori village