November 14, 2019

UNAMA civilian casualty report is biased and an effort to acquit America

UNAMA civilian casualty report is biased and an effort to acquit America

The United Nations mission to Afghanistan UNAMA published a report today which again exerted efforts to show that the majority of civilian casualties have been caused by the Mujahideen.

We reject this report by UNAMA and consider it biased and flawed.

The principle and real cause of civilian casualties in the country are the occupying American troops that daily target and bomb civilians, homes, bazaars and public infrastructure throughout the country and raid the private residence of people at night.

According to western media reports, a total of 981 munitions were dropped by American warplanes on villages, hamlets and residential areas of Afghanistan over the past month. This itself suffices to show how much civilians would have suffered due to these bombs?

But since UNAMA is under American pressure therefore it ignores impartiality relating to the issue of civilian casualties and tries to conceal the daily and recurrent crimes committed by America.

The reason why UNAMA itself is declaring that civilian casualties have reached an all-time high is because the scale of American airstrikes and raids on civilian homes have increased.

The number one source of civilian casualties in Afghanistan is the American occupation followed by the Kabul administration Zero-One, Zero-Two, commando, zarbati and troops under other different labels that are specifically trained to ruthlessly target civilians.

Moreover, Kabul administration troopers, police and Arbaki militiamen indiscriminately shell villages and homes which causes civilian deaths and injuries.

Unfortunately, the media is also complacent in publishing incorrect reports when it comes to civilian casualties caused by the Americans and Kabul administration.


Spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

Zabihullah Mujahid

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