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It was on 11th September (2001), when the mighty and giant World Trade Towers were hit by an airplane-turned-missile attack. The deadly incident became basis of a new era, an era of fighting a global war against terrorism. George W. Bush, the president of United States at that time initially gave an ultimatum to the Afghan Taliban regime to handover Osama Bin Laden, being the most probable suspect behind the attack. In reply, the Taliban asked US government to provide evidence followed by a trail in an Islamic court regarding the involvement of Bin Laden’s hand. The government of United States refusing Taliban’s offer, announced this war in support with U.S. coalition partners. With the passage of time, the radius of war zone kept on expanding. Even today in 2015, entire world is indulged in countering the menace of terrorism.
The U.S. along with its allies invaded Afghanistan in order to expel and wipe out even the traces of terrorist networks. The attacks and the air strikes apparently looked successful as the Taliban regime had to suffer great loss, their manpower was badly shattered. Their combatants were either dead or fled to the mountains of ‘Tora Bora’. In between the two-sided attacks, the innocent civilians also had to lose their precious lives. According to a rough estimation, more than twenty thousand Afghanis have been killed from 2001 to 2013. Soon, the Taliban and Al-Qaeda started regrouping and reorganizing themselves with the assistance from their devotees residing in Pakistan. Pakistan, after ensuring her full support for the ongoing war against terrorism also became a subject of the rebellious attacks by the radical mindset. Not only civilians irrespective of their religion and race but also the armed forces and even the children were subjected to the atrocious attacks and mass killings. Pakistan had to pay a very huge cost of its inclusion in the global war on terror, involving thirty five thousand (from 2001 to 2013) civilian casualties. In the year 2003, United States invaded Iraq to oust the Saddam regime, blaming him of possessing weapons of mass destruction as a potential threat for the sovereignty of United States. The Iraq invasion also resulted in a death toll of millions of Iraqi civilians.
It will not be irrational to say that the war against terror has caused more abuse to the human rights and has resulted in more casualties than the terrorism itself. Fighting those who propagate terror is not doubt essential but human life should be given its due respect. Such military tactics must be adopted that directly attack the terrorists and not the innocents. For sure, there is nothing worthier than human life.
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