Is this the lesson never learned? That when you invade, no matter what you say your reasons are, you are seen as an invader and occupier? Despite the good deeds you do or claim to do.
war in afghanistan
Oct 26, 2009 to Nov 27, 2009
Known as the "most famous woman in Afghanistan," dissident parliamentarian Malalai Joya returns, this time to share her new political memoir, co-written with rabble.ca editor Derrick O'Keefe.
Earlier this month it was announced that SNC-Lavalin has been short-listed for a $225-million contract to install gas turbines and power stations in Iraq.
The Kunduz bombing, which killed and injured many civilians, is being felt in Germany as its elections near. The Left Party is campaigning under the slogan "Get out of Afghanistan."
Democracy Now! featured a great interview with Norman Solomon of the Institute for Public Accuracy, who just returned from a delegation to Afghanistan.
In the wake the blatantly fraudulent election in Afghanistan, the hypocrisy of the Conservative government's response is par for the course. More disturbing, however, is the fact that the NDP is MIA.
More opinion polls internationally show that NATO's Afghanistan operation is a deeply unpopular war, including in the United States.
Malalai Joya responds to the release of journalist Pervez Kambakhsh.
Le cafouillage des élections en Afghanistan est maintenant connu depuis la « découverte » de la fraude observée par la Commission de supervision internationale.
While efforts have been made by the Harper government to convince us that the war in Afghanistan is our first line of defence against terrorism directed at us, Canadians just don't believe this.