German historian Miriam Gerhard says in her book (When the Soldiers Came):— Zaid Hamid (@ZaidZamanHamid) August 20, 2021
After Germany was defeated in World War II, 2 million German women were raped by Allied soldiers (Americans, Russians, British and French).
And they are telling Taliban to treat women with respect..😠 pic.twitter.com/uYdU5qPbNV
BATTLE OF QALA I JHANG lasted six days and resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Taliban fighters who were attempting a prison break out. They were struck with 52 US air strikes and those who survived emerged from the fortress after it was flooded. No one – not the Americans or the warlord who was put in charge of guarding the fortress, Raschid Dostum – have ever been charged for this crime against prisoners of war. The episode is remembered for two Americans – one CIA operative killed during the break out and other who emerged from the fortress having fought for the Taliban, John Walker Lindh, prisoner 001, pictured below.