Karzai stressed that he had warned the NATO command after similar incidents “a hundred times” and that the situation must now change.NATO responded to Karzai’s statements on Tuesday, saying the aerial strikes will not stop because “they continue to be necessary,” Associated Press reported. Spokeswoman for the alliance Oana Lungescu said the Afghan president’s concerns are taken very seriously and that NATO makes 'every effort' to avoid civilian casualties.
This is the madness of NATO in full spotlight. They have learned nothing from the hundred massacres (it is actually much more than that) Karzai is talking about. They are going down the same path of insanity in Libya.