When HATE is not HATE 

This photo would have won much attention of our general public if the guy with the gun was a hunter/poacher and the dead teen was an animal. Because an animal is more protected by animal rights in this world than a child in Palestine or Afghanistan by human rights.

On January 15th, 2010, U.S. soldiers in Bravo Company stationed near Kandahar executed an unarmed Afghan boy named Gul Mudin in the village of La Mohammad Kalay. Reports by soldiers at the scene indicate that Mudin was about 15 years old. According to sworn statements, two soldiers – Cpl. Jeremy Morlock and Pfc. Andrew Holmes – staged the killing to make it look like they had been under attack. Ordering the boy to stand still, they crouched behind a mud wall, tossed a grenade at him and opened fire from close range. This photograph shows Mudin’s body lying by the wall where he was killed. In a break with protocol, the soldiers also took photographs of themselves celebrating their kill. In the photos, Morlock grins as he poses with Mudin’s body. Note that the boy’s right pinky finger appears to have been severed. Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs reportedly used a pair of razor-sharp medic’s shears to cut off the finger, which he presented to Holmes as a trophy for killing his first Afghan. And they think MUSLIMS HAVE HATE AND EXTREMISM PROBLEM.

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About Mohammed Jehan Khan

Columnist, Blogger, Independent Socio-Political writer, Nature Photographer, Internet activist, Anti-racist, Anti Zionist, A Great admirer of Cricket and ever optimistic about Middle East and Muslim world peace.
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