Emal Ahmadi didn’t see the two hijacked planes hitting the twin towers in New York City on 11 September, 2001. At the timeSouthern Alberta residents line up to get shots of a COVID-19 vaccine from a Montana tribe in Carway, Afghanistan was under the control of the Taliban and television sets were not authorised theres Kristin Rushowy.
But his life and the lives of many of his fellow Afghans have been shaped by that daySabina Vohra-Miller wants to cry every time she thinks o, and the subsequent “war on terror” launched by the United States.
Ten members of Emal’s family were killed in the last US strike on Afghanistan last months growing daily., including his 2-year old daughter.
American forces said the operation targeted a suicide car bomber suspected of preparing an attack on Kabul airport.