Anonymous said: I just wish to bring you this thought in peace. The quote about the 4yo that was shot, more info is needed to say whether that should be publicized. My fiancé is a veteran and in one mission he accidentally caused the death of a young girl. This event has altered everything about him. He doesn't sleep without nightmares and is constantly filled with remorse. If that boy was shot by accident publicizing it could cause so much remorse in them leading to suicide. They protect us at a high cost.
Your fiance participated in killing a child and you’re asking me to empathize and appreciate such efforts? You American patriots are quite the breed. I’m actually speechless. I would’ve preferred virulent hate mail to this unbelievable display of heartlessness and moral bankruptcy. Inshallah, he and you suffer tomented nights to come, though it doesn’t stand against the pain you inflicted on innocent families.
Wallahi, the entitlement of Westerners and their utter disregard for Afghan lives never fails to astound me. Your fiancé is merely reaping what he’s sown. The fact that he hasn’t been brought to justice for killing an innocent child should be offensive and repulsive to you, not his remorse, PTSD or tendency to commit suicide.
"getting killed must suck but let me tell you my fiance is having mental problems after killing an innocent girl and you know what’s the real issue here"