New Film Chronicles Civilian Slaughter in Afghanistan
Civilians continue to be killed by American and coalition forces as the war in Afghanistan stretches into its eighth year with no end in sight. The civilian casualties have gone from the realm of tragedy and have now become frequent enough to turn the population against the United States in a war President Obama and congressional Democrats have escalated over the last several months.
Earlier this month, Dr. Roshanak Wardak, an Afghani member of parliament who has lived in both countries, told the Huffington Post that the attacks inside Afghanistan have been devastating to U.S. credibility.
"We became tired from these attacks. Every day there is discussion in the parliament," she said. "I'm against this kind of operation, very much against."