In memory of


A child

killed on June 11, 2006

in the Saray Shomaly area on the outskirts of Kabul. A U.S. occupation force tow truck hot a motorcycle which had slowed down. It then flipped into an embankment and plowed into a home, killing a child and injuring other persons. An Afghan member of parliament, Shukraia Barakzi, visited the scene and told the BBC, “The way the Americans are driving is against traffic rules and regulations. If an Afghan kills someone in America in a road accident, people don’t try him in an Afghan court, instead they try him in an American court.” She is correct, but then Afghans (or their U.S. puppets) don’t write U.S. laws.

Killed by a U.S. occupation force tow truck