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‘I saw people burning after drone attack’

Our tax dollars at work, killing people to keep Israel happy and those ‘Too Big to Fail’ Wall Street casinos rolling in the dough.

The Herald Scotland

When Abdullah Saleh Rabeh heard an explosion near Rada’a in Yemen, he went to help.

Arriving at the scene, he found the daily shuttle bus to Sabool on fire.   

“I saw people trapped in the vehicle burning – I think they were already dead,” he said. He described how a woman and her daughter wedged next to the driver had been killed.

“Some of the injured were crawling away from the scene,” he said. “The injuries were severe – the clothes had fused to the survivors’ skin and some bits of skin had burned off.”

Rabeh had witnessed the aftermath of a US drone strike on September 2, 2012. He was interviewed in April this year by lawyers from the human rights group, Reprieve.

After the attack any planes flying overhead terrified his neighbours. “We all lived in a state of fear for months,” he said. “Whenever my children see a plane they scream and run inside.”

Ahmed Nasser Saleh, also from Rada’a, lost his father, mother and sister in a drone strike. “In the village, after the strike, there is a sense of deep sadness,” he said. “So many of our loved ones were lost. You can feel it in the air here.”

On August 28, 2012, the son of Faisal bin Ali bin Jaber, from Sana’a in Yemen, got married. The next day his nephew and brother-in-law were killed by a drone strike on the village of Khashamir.

“This was the most shocking thing for us: just one day before the strike, everyone was celebrating. We were dancing, and singing,” he told Reprieve. “Salem’s father was celebrating and dancing too. The next day, he lost his son.”

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/i-saw-people-burning-after-drone-attack.21646452

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4 Responses to ‘I saw people burning after drone attack’

  1. Dianne Foster says:

    It is the extreme narcissist who would burn down a house to cook an egg. We are known for acts like these and not hated for our freedoms, but for our inability to control our narcissists in government.

    • SamAdams says:

      If an entity murders your family in cold blood, it may provoke you to take revenge on the nearest representative of the perpetrator. Could this be how a Zionist government creates an endless supply of terrorists? Terrorists which require eradication at any cost to the threatened citizens of USrael? Tax dollars exploded and burned provide the Talmudic Jew insurance on fields of poppy and pipeline terrain. Could it be the terrorists and the US citizens have the same enemy?

  2. Wisconsin Native says:

    These drone controllers are not pilots.They are computer game murderers whose only purpose is to terrorize and destroy.

  3. It is I only says:

    Bet you. That the drone controller were giving high five after blowing the bus!

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