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US caught in attacks in Afghanistan (2)

(People's Daily Online)

17:19, August 28, 2012

It is not surprising that the U.S. forces are caught in attacks in Afghanistan.

During the 11-year Afghanistan war, the death threat wrecks souls of many U.S. soldiers. The abnormal mentality can be fully reflected by mistreating prisoners and corpse, burning the Quran and slaughtering civilians.

The sandals also intensify the local people's hatred towards the United States. Facing the increasing number of casualties and stronger domestic anti-war voices, allies of the United States inevitably suspect the plan of stationing troops in Afghanistan and hope to get out of troubles as soon as possible.

The United States, as initiator of the war, has to swallow the bitterness alone. Many innocent Afghan civilians have lost their lives in the war. Even if U.S. troops will be withdrawn by the end of 2014 on schedule, what is left for the Afghan people will be nothing but a broken country and the lingering shadow of Taliban militants.

Read the Chinese version: 阿富汗让美国再陷尴尬, source: China Military Online, author: Li Xuemei

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