Created: Thursday, 17 January 2002 Written by Correspondent
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The current, totally ignored issue of Afghan casualties has begun to emerge, with the European press citing figures compiled by Marc Herold, an economics professor at the University of New Hampshire. Herold says 3,767 Afghan civilians had died by Dec. 6, more than were killed in the U.S. on September 11 2001.

The Pentagon insists that Afghan civilian casualties are the lowest in the history of war. I guess that makes it okay, those arrogant Yank pricks! And they wonder why so many people resent America.