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The Nation, July 24, 2010

40 innocent civilians killed, 34 injured by US air strikes in Helmand

...US inhumane terrorists’ helicopters dropped bombs on the house and surrounding areas, taking mercilessly the lives of scores of innocents civilians including the families of Pir Mohammad, Hajji Habeebullah, Faiz Kaka and several more children and women

By Qari Yousuf Ahmadi

Forty innocent civilians killed in Helmand
BBC News: Sher Mohammed said that the owner of the house had been his cousin. He said it had taken until late into the night to dig out the bodies. Rescuers buried 39 and believed six were left under the rubble, he added.

HELMAND, July 24 – According to a report form Helmand province, Friday evening (July 23) at about 6:00 pm local time, as many as 40 innocent non-combatant civilians were martyred and 34 more were seriously injured in Rigi area of Sngin, Helmand. The report indicates the deadliest incident occurred while several dozens defenseless villagers including children and women, fearing the US savage invaders’ air strikes, gathered in Hajji Mohammad Husain house, when the US inhumane terrorists’ helicopters dropped bombs on the house and surrounding areas, taking mercilessly the lives of scores of innocents civilians including the families of Pir Mohammad, Hajji Habeebullah, Faiz Kaka and several more children and women. (Taliban website)

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