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Sunday, September 19, 2021

Sorry not enough for America, the guilty should be punished... Drone attack victim also demanded compensation

More than 180 people, including 13 American soldiers, were killed in the terrorist attack at Kabul airport. To take revenge, America also attacked with a drone, in which ten people including 7 children were killed. It has been revealed recently. The US also apologized for this, but the people of Afghanistan say that this is not enough.


Amal Ahmadi's three-year-old daughter, Malika, was also killed in the August 29 US attack. He has told the Associated Press that the family demands an investigation by Washington into who fired the drone. Whether military personnel who fired drones were punished or not. "It's not enough for us to say sorry. The United States must find the person who did it," Ahmadi said.

Ahmadi said the family is also demanding financial compensation for their loss. Also, his family should be shifted to a third country.

The AP and other news organizations in Kabul reported after the strike that Jemerai Ahmadi, whose car was targeted, had been working for an American organization for a long time. The Pentagon claimed that his car contained explosives. However, AP says that the missile collided when he was going to his house by car.

Earlier on Friday, US Marine General Frank McKenzie, the head of US Central Command, called the attack a "tragic mistake". The US also acknowledged that innocent civilians were killed in the attack, not Islamic State extremists. McKenzie apologized for this and said the United States was considering paying compensation to the families of the victims.

Imal Ahmadi, who said he heard about the apology from friends in the US, insisted it would not bring his family members back.

Ahmadi, who sat in front of the charred portion of Zamarai's car, said he wanted more than an apology from the United States. He wanted justice. To investigate who did this strike. I want him to be punished by the USA. Jemerai was the sole breadwinner in the family. He looked after his three brothers and their children.

Imal Ahmadi said, "Now I am responsible for my whole family and I am unemployed. The situation is not good under Taliban." International aid groups and the United Nations have warned of an imminent humanitarian crisis that could drive most Afghans below poverty levels.

McKenzie said the decision to attack a white Toyota Corolla sedan was taken after nearly eight hours of tracking. The car posed an imminent threat to the US military. He said that it is believed that explosives were kept in the trunk of the car. Ahmadi, however, wondered how the US could mistake his home for the Islamic State.