Casualty Figures after 10 Years of the “War on Terror”

Posted: December 16, 2015 in American Politics, Canadian Politics, Democracy, Media, Middle East, War
Iraq Afghanistan Pakistan
First international edition (March 2015)

This investigation comes to the conclusion that the war has, directly or indirectly, killed around 1 million people in Iraq, 220,000  in Afghanistan and 80,000 in Pakistan, i.e. a total of around 1.3 million. Not included in this figure are further war zones such as Yemen. The figure is approximately 10 times greater than that of which the public, experts and decision makers are aware of and propagated by the media and major NGOs. And this is only a conservative estimate. The total number of deaths in the three countries named above could also be in excess of 2 million, whereas a figure below 1 million is extremely unlikely.

Source: Body Count – body-count.pdf

Body Count

Casualty Figures after 10 Years of the “War on Terror”

Iraq Afghanistan Pakistan

First international edition – Washington DC, Berlin, Ottawa – March 2015

translated from German by Ali Fathollah-Nejad

available from the editors:

Internationale Ärzte für die Verhütung des Atomkrieges / Ärzte in sozialer Verantwortung (German affiliate), Berlin

PSR: Physicians for Social Responsibility (US American affiliate), Washington DC

PGS: Physicians for Global Survival (Canandian affiliate), Ottawa of IPPNW (International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War)

hardcopies: (print on demand)
ISBN-13: 978-3-9817315-0-7



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