Friday, May 4, 2007
Taylor Owen explains why civilian casualties in Afghanistan are so troubling. Aside from the dead civilians, that is.
Where things get a little messy about this type of discussion, is the idea that so many times those people we’re labeling “civilians” end up being guerrillas, instead. I find it disturbing that so many that are willing to discuss our immorality in a war situation because “civilians” get killed, art willing to discuss even the possibility that such people are often not civilians at all.
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