The BBC has learned that during the occupation of Afghanistan, a special unit of the British Army (SIS) deliberately killed dozens of Afghan civilians in Helmand.
According to these documents, a military unit of the British army killed 54 people within 6 months and the former commander of the special forces of the British army refused to provide documents related to the murders.
These documents were related to dozens of "arrest or kill" operations of one of the SIS units in Helmand province in 2010-2011.
People who are members of this unit said that they witnessed the killing of unarmed people by their comrades during night operations.
Various people who served in the British Special Air Service say that members of the unit competed among themselves as to who killed the most people, and also that the unit was trying to break the previous unit's record number of kills.
But the British Ministry of Defense says that the country's forces have "served bravely and professionally in Afghanistan".
The disclosure of these shocking documents reveals another part of the war crimes of the Western occupying forces in Afghanistan and shows how these forces, despite committing the most heinous killings and the most catastrophic crimes, are safe from prosecution and the legal consequences of their inhuman acts.
The shameful response of the British Ministry of Defense confirms that the Western military institutions at the highest level were aware of and supported the policies and approaches of their soldiers during the Afghanistan mission. Meanwhile, the BBC report confirms that even the commander of the special forces of the British army was aware of the death match of the forces under his command in Helmand province; but he deliberately hid the reports and documents related to these killings and refused to present them.
As a result of these supports, the case of the British government's judicial investigation, which started in 2017, was completely closed in 2019, and in this way, no British soldier was charged with the crime of intentionally and unjustifiably killing defenseless Afghan civilians in Helmand. , has not been found guilty and punished.
Another disappointing point is that even the so-called Western human rights organizations have remained shamefully silent on this matter and have refused to pursue cases related to these systematic and targeted murders. This shows that these organizations in the name of "human rights" serve "political and cultural NATO" and were created only to help neo-colonialism to occupy other countries; Even if this occupation takes place at the cost of the targeted killing of defenseless civilians, holding a death race on civilian people between the criminal Western military and the terrible sacrifice of justice and the obvious rights of human beings.
Let's not forget that even now that the wild west has been rejected from Afghanistan and the NATO military criminals have been forced to flee, these same organizations have fully served the political hegemony of the West and every day to put pressure on the people of Afghanistan. They are engaged in filing and publishing undocumented reports and making shocking and baseless claims of crime, killing, bloodshed, racial cleansing, repression, intimidation, terror and destruction in our country.
However, the publication of the BBC's documentary report about the intentional killing of Helmand civilians by the British Special Forces challenges the double standards of the West about human rights and justice more than anything else and puts human rights organizations to a challenging test. They must prove that their claims and concerns about human rights are real, honest and impartial, and this especially applies to their English guardians; Those who, based on these newly revealed documents, committed the most cruel crimes and killings and violated the fundamental principles of human rights; But surprisingly, they have been spared from the eyes of so-called human rights organizations in a questionable way, and even despite the disclosure of evidence related to their war crimes in Helmand and other regions of the country, to the extent of a simple conviction, it is ineffective and has no criminal consequences. They have not been noticed by Western human rights organizations!