By the CNN Wire Staff
Another attacker in an Afghan police uniform killed a member of the NATO forces Sunday in Afghanistan, the latest in a slew of so-called "green-on-blue" attacks.
The incident took place in southern Afghanistan, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said.
The same thing went on in France and other European countries during WW2 under German occupation. so we shouldn't be at all surprised by these attacks. This obscene occupation must end, like I said before. After all, Afghanistan belongs to the Afghan people and nobody else no matter what the right-wing news media people say!!!
Who does Afghanistan "belong" to according to the right-wing media? Once you answer this question, cite a link to verify your statement...
why should usa britain and australia care about what happens in other countrys u people live in a whhoorree house and the best i can tell this is what u want right. u people should stop talking to iran iranians are a different kind of people where you people do every disgusting thing every day 7 times iranians only care about 1 thing doing the right thing its all about what is right iranians. the difference is to big for the rest of the world to understand you you people are a freak show like aliens.
We don't care about these countries. We are retaliating for the cowards attacking us on 9/11. We haven't forgotten.
and how long should this so called retaliation last you idiot? The Qaida is done and over with. US and allies are fighting "Afghans" on their own home turf !!
Also ever wonder why they attacked USA at the first place?
funny this coming from a irish guy that sister is posted on half the world wide web in every adult site.
For some reason Abu Ghraib seems less significant than it once did. Maybe because insurgents are KILLING our troops. I remember when CNN was screaming bloody murder about that, but wait that wasn't murder, this is... O_o??? We need to get our priorities straight!
if scott taylor and his anti american coalition does not shut up there will be no secrets
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