In memory of

 

Haji Awal Khan Nasr who lost his wife and 2 sons

Toray, a farmer, who lost his wife, son and 4 daughters

Tazi Jil Bin Sayed Rahman who lost 13 family members (incl. 3 children and his 70 yr-old grandmother)

Hussain Khan’s 4 children

Mishal Kan’s wife

Turbaki, 20, married 2 weeks ago, lost her two in-laws

Laljan lost 11 family members

Jan Waro’s mother-in-law, brother-in-law and his wife and children

died between 5-6 A.M. on October 11, 2001

in the small farming village of Karam in the Torghar mountains, inhabited by the Nasr tribe. The village with ~50 homes primitively built with mud and rocks. Karam was littered with body parts, dead livestock, household items, shrapnel and craters 10-12 feet wide. Between 100-160 persons of the Nasr tribe died. The photo shot by a RAWA reporter at the public health hospital in Jalalabad shows three children who lost their parents in the U.S. bombing raid of Karam

2 jets from the USS Carl Vinson dropped “precision” bombs in two attacks (at 5 and 6 AM) and fired rockets