Is this not an act of terror?
An act of terror too!!!
I just saw an "interesting" caption on one of the worlds "finest" broadcasting websites, BBC.COM, and i must say, i am terribly amazed how some human lives seem not to matter to others. Here goes the caption: "US bombed Kunduz clinic 'in error'". Seriously, what was that?
The lives of innocent people in a clinic somewhere in Afghanistan just got blown out of their bodies and here we have the United States of America claiming it was an error. Now, if this was really an error, then who is to be blamed for this gargantuan error? All over the world, there's been an outcry against terrorism.
Terrorism in itself, is a broad topic which can never be discussed within a jiffy. Terrorism is wrong and a stop must be put to it but the problem at hand seem bigger than the petty terrorist. Putting what was done on Afghan soil recently into perspective, can't that act by the USA be termed as terror? There were innocent lives lost in this. Are they exempt because they came out to tell the truth about their "error"? Wake up people!
Imagine the trauma those alive but gravely injured may find themselves in at this moment. The world supports Americans and their fight against terror but in my own eye-view, they are losing control over their own "well planned" operations and that's totally unacceptable. A life once lost can never be reclaimed. The blood of the innocent people cry out for justice everyday.
This, in my opinion, was totally an act of terror coming from the people who pose as peacemakers. This mess may be cleaned up but will never be forgotten by relatives of the victims. Also, such an act can get some relatives of the victims who have never had the intention of joining a terrorist sect begin to fancy that, with revengeful heart.
Think twice America! The world supports your fight against terror but America must really plan their operations well to avoid taking innocent lives. This is just my opinion.