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By Not Investigating the U.S. for War Crimes, the International Criminal Court Shows Colonialism Still Thrives in International Law
For nearly 10 years, Sgt. James Hatfield wondered what happened to a soldier he helped in Afghanistan.
The soldier had set off an improvised explosive device in a compound south of Kandahar and was seriously injured. 649 more words
"He perceived the world around him as being in darkness, with many of its inhabitants living unaware and forgetful, in a deluge of self-slavery, desire and Satanic influences. He emigrated with his soul and his wealth, leaving everything behind, desiring honour, and asking Allah to equip him with victory and steadfastness."-Abu Asim As-San'anni(A description by Azzam Publications)
“It was the night of Monday, 3rd June 1989. Abu Asim ended his guard duty at Quba – one of the frontal positions belonging to the Mujahideen around the city of Jalalabad, where he spent most of his days in the Jihad. 394 more words