Pour ceux qui doutent encore de la nécessité de la présence canadienne en Afghanistan:

Human Rights Watch
The Consequences of Insurgent Attacks in Afghanistan

Overall, at least 669 Afghan civilians were killed in at least 350 separate armed attacks by anti-government forces in 2006. Almost half of these attacks appear to have been intentionally launched at civilians or civilian objects. […]

These insurgent attacks have caused terrible and profound harm to the Afghan civilian population. Attacks have killed and maimed mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, parents, and children, leaving behind widows, widowers, and orphans. Many civilians have been specifically targeted by the insurgents, including aid workers, doctors, day laborers, mechanics, students, clerics, and civilian government employees such as teachers and engineers.

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Human Rights Watch