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Bombing outside of school in Afghanistan kill over 68 people, mostly children.

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spartan max2

This is pretty sad. 

 

Bombings Outside A School In Afghanistan Kill Over 68 People, Mostly Children

 

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On May 8, 2021, explosions outside a school in Kabul, Afghanistan, killed at least 68 people and wounded over 165. The majority of victims are girls attending the Syed Al-Shahda school for girls in the Dasht-e-Barchi neighborhood of Kabul. President Ashraf Ghani suggested the involvement of Taliban insurgents. However, Taliban denied responsibility and condemned the killings.

 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/ewelinaochab/2021/05/09/bombings-outside-a-school-in-afghanistan-kill-over-68-people-mostly-children/?sh=7b5766071f3a

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aztek

that is only a fraction of what will happen weekly once we leave.

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RoofGardener

Au Contrere, @aztek. Once the Taliban have secured complete control, all such terrorist attacks will stop. Because the 'rival' muslim sects will all be abolished, so there won't be any NEED to attack Shia's. 

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aztek
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On 5/13/2021 at 6:35 PM, RoofGardener said:

Au Contrere, @aztek. Once the Taliban have secured complete control, all such terrorist attacks will stop. Because the 'rival' muslim sects will all be abolished, so there won't be any NEED to attack Shia's. 

i do not think it is the case,   wars never stops in A stan,     we just do not get to see it in the news,  when we are not there, no one cares about that country  otherwise. but violence and murders are normal everyday life there whether nato, us, ussr, British empire is there or not. just talk to anyone who comes from that country,    shias and sunis are always fighting, it has been happening for as long as those fractions exist  when we are there they are too busy fighting us, but when we are not there, they are happy killing each other,

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Earl.Of.Trumps
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this --->

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Most Hazaras are Shiite Muslims. Members of the Hazara minority group are often subjected to attacks because of their religious affiliation.

Now, does anyone really think the US presence will stop these lunatics from warring? - because I sure don't. It's been a 20 year total WASTE of Americans and resources.
The US never involved itself in choosing between Irish Catholics and Protestants, and does any American regret that? Good Lord!  

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docyabut2

If our troops are taken away, the Taliban will take over again :(

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On 6/6/2021 at 7:25 PM, Earl.Of.Trumps said:

this --->

Now, does anyone really think the US presence will stop these lunatics from warring? - because I sure don't. It's been a 20 year total WASTE of Americans and resources.
The US never involved itself in choosing between Irish Catholics and Protestants, and does any American regret that? Good Lord!  

not a total waste, someone has been making money off it.  It is a waste of lives and military resources, yes, but that is not what drives war, war is for profit.

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docyabut2
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Our troops are defending the good people of Afghanistan:)

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Tatetopa

Looks like China will take an increasingly active role when  we leave.

https://warontherocks.com/2020/04/chinas-strategic-assessment-of-afghanistan/

Conclusion

After two decades of developing ties with both the Afghan government and the Taliban, China has emerged with a special faciliatory role in the peace process. It is pleased to see plans for a U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan yet remains skeptical that Washington will go through with it. At the same time, Beijing is deeply pessimistic about the future of the peace process and a power vacuum left by departing American forces, and is preparing for multilateral engagement down the road to address the issue.

China sees its role in Afghanistan beyond the peace deal as cautious and flexible. It sees its role in Afghan security in three ways: as marginal in the sense that it is not a primary party to the conflict; as indispensable in the sense that China is a great power and a neighboring country that cannot be ignored; and as central in the sense that Chinese investment will be critical for the country’s future post-conflict reconstruction and economic development. The Afghan peace process still has a long way to go, and China will not be excluded.

 

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aztek

Lmao, yea china will step up, what a crock of poop, china wants Afghanistan's recourses there are billions dollar worth of them in  the country,

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