posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 08:36 AM
The Operation in Afghanistan is just that. An operation. Not a war, so it is pretty hard to try anyone for war crimes. Nice loop-hole right? ISAF
(International Security Assistance Force) is a NATO security operation. Like the OP states the Afghan Military and Intelligence Agencies are
performing these types of interrogations on their own people. Who are we to stand in their way? The Afghan military is taking it easy on them compared
to the techniques the Northern Alliance Commanders were using on captured Taliban fighters in the past. Afghan people massacre each other and people
come on the internet worrying about slapping somebody with ropes or hanging somebody upside down. They are lucky they aren’t dead or being killed
slowly and painfully somewhere. I often wonder how many people on this forum would believe the stories wholeheartedly of the mistreatment of U.S.
convicted serial murderers in prison and care like they do about the insurgents being held at the detention facilities throughout Afghanistan. Many of
them are murders and attempted murders. They coerce kids into wearing suicide vests and killing themselves, men, women and children. Nobody is being
held without evidence and there is a judicial system in place much more sophisticated then you would imagine. If the Afghans want to beat them so be
it. Maybe they will get their country together as a nation and everyone involved with ISAF can go home and be with their families instead of wasting
trying to play world police for a country that won’t appreciate it. Afghanistan is the country where empires go to fall.