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Saturday, September 18, 2021

A terrible mistake made, forgive: America also accepted - 10 innocent were killed in Kabul airstrike, not terrorists

Ten innocent civilians were killed in a US airstrike to kill terrorists who attacked Kabul airport. America has also accepted this fact and has apologized for it. The Pentagon, the US Defense Ministry, acknowledged on Friday that 10 innocent civilians, including seven children, were killed in a drone strike on August 29 in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and there was no suspicion that they were linked to ISIS-K or ISIS-K. A threat to the US military.

US Secretary of Defense (Secretary of Defense) Lloyd Austin on Friday apologized for the drone attack in Kabul that killed ten people. Austin said in a statement that I express my deepest condolences to the families of the victims of the drone strike. He further said that we are sorry and we will try to learn from this terrible mistake.

At the same time, General Kenneth McKenzie in the Pentagon said that it was a mistake, and I sincerely apologize. An investigation by the United States Central Command of the US Department of Defense found that an innocent aid worker and her family members were killed, including seven children, in the US attack. The attack was initially termed as "justified". Sumaya, the youngest child killed in the attack, was just two years old. It was told in the investigation that the things that the security forces saw in the car were not explosives but water containers.

The Pentagon said US intelligence had tracked the man's car for eight hours after it was spotted at a compound linked to the Islamic State-Khorasan terrorist group. The investigation found that the movement of the car closely matched information received by intelligence agencies about the terrorist group's plans to attack Kabul airport.

Meanwhile, a surveillance drone spotted some people loading explosives into the trunk of the car, but they later turned out to be containers of water.

Aid worker, Jamaari Akmadhi's car was attacked about three kilometers from the airport. After the drone attack, there was a second major explosion in the car, Based on which US officials initially said that the car was loaded with explosives, but the investigation found that the explosion was probably caused by a propane tank en route. Relatives of the victims said they had applied to fly to the US and were waiting for a phone call to go to the airport.