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Family Lost 7 Members in US Night Raids Calls for Justice

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KABUL: A family that lost seven members in the US forces’ night raid and is now struggling with the deteriorated economy- calls for justice.

Several years ago, the American forces raided a residence in Shirzad district of Nangarhar, killing at least seven members of a single-family.

The orphans and widows of this family are now living a difficult life.

Dost Ahmad, 36, is currently taking care of the orphans and widows of the family.  

“Our house was destroyed. We are destroyed. There were airstrikes. The children screamed,” he said. 

The widows who lost their husbands in this attack said that they are worried about their children’s future.  

“They (US forces) killed my husband in front of my eyes. They were dragging him out of the room and opened fire. Our children are still frightened from that scene” said a widow.  

“When my father was alive, he took good care of us. He told us that he will send us to school but now I am not going to school,” said Shukria, 10, who lost her father.  

This comes as US President Joe Biden preserved $3.5 billion of roughly $7 billion of Afghan assets to the victims of 9/11 as compensation.

The Afghan violence of decades-long has inflicted direct and indirect impacts on the nation. While thousands of people were killed and wounded, millions of others have been displaced with the majority of them struggling with severe economy.

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