Monday, April 30, 2012

Afghan Commission Says War Crimes Suspects Destroying Mass Graves

Only one problem with this:  Afghans do not desecrate graves for any reason, U.S. military known for using them


Afghanistan's Independent Human Rights Commission says some war crimes suspects in the country are trying to destroy mass graves. 
Afghan police remove bones from mass grave
 Shamsullah Ahmadzai, head of the regional office of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, told Radio Azadi (Radio Free Afghanistan) on Saturday that the destruction of the mass graves is a bid by war crimes suspects to escape justice.

The commission has asked the government to ensure the safety of the graves. There is no information on the exact number of mass graves in the country. But some sources report dozens of such sites. They have been reported in the eastern provinces of Kabul, Parwan, Balkh, and Kapisa.

The Independent Human Rights Commission says it has no knowledge about which warring groups or eras the graves are linked to.

The United States and some of its allies invaded Afghanistan in October 2001.

Insecurity continues to rise across Afghanistan, despite the presence of about 130,000 US-led forces in the country. 

U.S. Department of Defense scumbags getting nervous over mass-grave excavations; Obama, Panetta, Hillary Clinton, Carney ultimately responsible for these deaths

According to official figures released by the website, 123 US-led troops have been killed in Afghanistan so far this year.

As casualties have risen in Afghanistan over the past few months, public opinion has begun turning against the war in the United States and other countries. 

For that matter, why would anyone but the perpetrators be nervous about identifying the dead - or is there more evidence here than previously revealed

In addition, hundreds of civilians have lost their lives in US-led operations in various parts of Afghanistan over the past few months, with Afghans becoming more and more outraged over the seemingly endless number of deadly assaults.


Updates from Genocide Watch:

23 January 2012 " Afghanistan: Little Progress on Rights" Human Rights Watch

8 June 2010 "Deporting unaccompanied child migrants is immoral," by Melanie McFadyean, The Guardian

21 May 2010 "Peace Negotiations Watch Vol IX No 18," by Public International Law & Policy Group

26 November 2009 "Karzai steps up calls on Taliban for peace," by Agence France-Presse

13 September 2009 "Series of attacks hit Afghanistan," by Al Jazeera

13 September 2009 "US expands Afghan prison rights," by Al Jazeera

31 August 2009 "Many Women Stayed Away From the Polls In Afghanistan," by Pamela Constable, The Washington Post

31 August 209 "What Now for Refugees?," by International Crisis Group

18 August 2009 "UN staff among 7 slain in Kabul attack" by The Associated Press

18 August 2009 "Deadly pre-poll attack hits Kabul" by BBC News

13 August 2009 "As Afghan vote nears, Taliban step up intimidation campaign," by Carlotta Gall and Ruhullah Khalpalwak, The New York Times

13 August 2009 "Afghanistan struck by twin blasts," by BBC News

12 August 2009 "Fighters kill Afghan police chief," by BBC News

4 August 2009 "Fears of fruad cast pall of Afghan election" by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times

24 July 2009 "Rival to Karzai gains strength in Afghan race" by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times

14 July 2009 "Explosion Kills Afghan Police Chief and 3 Officers" by Carlotta Gall and Ruhullah Khalpalwak, The New York Times

10 July 2009 "Truck blast in Afghanistan leaves at least 24 dead" by Abdul Waheed and Alan Cowell, The New York Times

4 July 2009 "Russia to open airspace to US for Afghan War" by Peter Baker

24 June 2009 "Roadside bomb kills 3 aid workers in northern Afghanistan" by Ruhullah Khapalwak, The New York Times

24 June 2009 "Afghanistan's Election Challenges," by International Crisis Group

20 June 2009 "Curroption Crusader Aims for Afghan Presidency" by Adam B. Ellick, The New York Times

20 June 2009 "A New Afghanistan Commander Rethinks How to Measure Success" by Thom Shanker, The New York Times

17 June 2009 "Afghan Gypsies Demand Their Rights," by By Najibullah Frotan, Institute for War and Peace Reporting

14 June 2009 "U.N. Official Calls for Review of American Raids" by Adam B. Ellick, The New York Times

8 June 2009 "A view from Kabul" by Morton Abramowitz, The National Interest

21 May 2009 "U.S.Pullout a Condition in Afghan Peace Talks" by Dexter Filkins, The New York Times

14 May 2009 "Fear of gas attacks keeps Afghan girls from school" by Rafiq Maqbool, The Associated Press

12 May 2009 "Alleged crime goes unsolved as UN agencies argue" by Colum Lynch, Washington Post

13 April 2009 "Switch Signals New Path for Afghan War" by Eric Schmitt & Mark Mazzetti, The New York Times

9 April 2009 "Karzai's Ex-Allies Vie for Afghan Presidency" by Carlotta Gall & Abdul Waheed Wafa, The New York Times

20 April 2009 "Afghan Women March, America Turns Away" by Nader Nadery & Haseeb Humayoon, The New York Times

16 April 2009 "Afghan Women Protest New Law on Home Life" by Dexter Filkins

5 April 2009 "Karzai Vows to Review Family Law" by Carlotta Gall and Sangar Rahimi

31 March 2009 "'Worse than the Taliban' - New Law Rolls Back Rights for Afghan Women" by Jon Boone, The Guardian

22 March 2009 "The Downside of Letting Robots do the Bombing" by Mark Mazzetti, The New York Times

21 March 2009 "Afghanistan: A Plea for Talks" by The Associated Press

18 February 2009 "Afghan Civilian Deaths Rose 40 Percent in 2008" by Dexter Filkins, The New York Times

11 January 2009 "Behind the Lines with the Taliban," by Paul Watson, The Los Angeles Times

9 January 2009 "Major Push Needed to Save Afghanistan," by Elisabeth Bumiller, The International Herald Tribune

8 September 2008 "Civilian Deaths From Airstrikes," by Human Rights Watch24 July 2008 "Taliban Propaganda: Winning the War of Words?," by International Crisis Group

10 July 2008 "Invest in People," by Refugees International

20 May 2008 "Strategic Incoherence and Taliban Resurgence in Afghanistan," by Mark Schneider, The Huffington Post

18 May 2008 "Afghan student in torture claim," by BBC News

14 May 2008 "Taliban Tell Public to Turn Off TVs," by Reuters

7 May 2008 "Afghan governors call for more international aid for border regions," by Paul Ames, The Associated Press

19 April 2008 "There is No Quick-Fix for Afghanistan," by Nick Grono, The Guardian

6 February 2008 "The Need for International Resolve," by International Crisis Group

4 February 2008 "Former Warlord in Standoff With Police at Kabul Home," by Abdul Waheed Wafa, The New York Times

1 February 2008 "In Report, Officers Call for Major Overhaul of NATO," by Judy Dempsey, The New York Times

24 January 2008 "Death Sentence for Afghan Student," by Abdul Waheed Wafa and Carlotta Gall, The New York Times

1 November 2007 "Afghanistan at the Brink," by Roger Cohen, Op-Ed Columist, New York Times.

19 April 2006 "Afghan Battles See Higher Toll for Civilians," by Carlota Gall, The New York Times.

3 October 2005 "Afghan Troops Kill 28 Militants on Border with Pakistan," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

5 September 2005 "Return of Former Communists Stirs Up Afghan Elections," by Carlotta Gall, the New York Times

4 September 2005 "9 Afghans Killed Ahead of Election; Taliban Are Blamed," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

18 July 2005 "Report Names Abusers in Afghan Wars," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

30 January 2005 "New Call for Justice in Afghanistan," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

14 August 2003 "Over 50 Die in Day of Afghan Violence," by Amy Waldman, The New York Times.

11 August 2003 "Afghans Urge NATO to Expand Peacekeeping," by the Associated Press, The Washington Post.

4 August 2003 "Taliban are Killing Clerics who Dispute Holy War Call," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

31 July 2003 "Taliban Fighters Suspected in the Killings of a Cleric and 2 Soldiers," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

29 July 2003 "Rights Group Reports Abuses by Afghans, Some Backed by U.S.," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

29 July 2003 "Report Claims Afghanistan Rife With Abuse, Fear," by April Witt, The Washington Post.

9 July 2003 "General Urges Foreigners to Aid Afghans," by Eric Schmitt, The New York Times.

9 July 2003 "Hundreds of Afghans Attack Pakistan Embassy in Kabul," by David Rohde, The New York Times.

14 June 2001 "Con. Res. 145: Condemning the recent order by the Taliban regime of Afghanistan to require Hindus in Afghanistan to wear symbols identifying them as Hindu," by 107th US Congress, 1st Session.

2 June 2001 "NY demonstration protests against yellow Afghan Hindu clothing," by Melissa Radler, the Jerusalem Post.

24 May 2001 "Afghanistan Genocide Risk Alert," by Genocide Watch.

19 May 2001 "Afghan Call for Ethnic Cleansing," by Derk Kinnane Roelofsma, United Press International.

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