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March 19th, 2012
01:51 PM ET

Knowing the Afghan Victims

CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with Dean Obeidallah, who wrote an op-ed on the Afghan Massacre Victims

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  1. Dima subeih

    Is this the what War in Terror is all about.? Forget the innocent afhanis who have lost their lives that day and think of the soldiers who have lost their souls and committed such a crime. It's sad that lives of some nations are less worthy than others! Take a moment to think about that. One day it will back fire and America will realize that they have an entire generation that have sold their soul tonthe deivil. I have many American friends who believe in peace, which their voices were heard more

    March 19, 2012 at 8:45 pm |
  2. a

    dear Dean Obeidallah, American don't have the time to investigate the killed Afghani's, but I think they have the time to authorize the American government to send army and kill innocent children and women around the world!

    March 19, 2012 at 9:17 pm |
  3. B4

    Both previous comments seem to be emotionally motivated. As an American, I am an individual. I decide what and who I like and don't like. How I think and so on. The media doesn't make me do or think things. NO- I have not sold my soul. Perhaps you have since the Quran seems to be the only text that teaching the general Afghan population how to read and write. No central government strong enough to provide enough leadership to have a peaceful existance. More killing...and they don't need Americans anywhere on the continent to have reason to kill each other. Unbelievably naive.

    March 29, 2012 at 2:47 pm |

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