Tom Engelhardt, World Bulletin, 28 July 2009" ... American bombers swooped by the village just after the soldiers left and dropped a payload on one house. It belonged to Haiji Qadir, a pole-thin, wizened old man who was hosting more than forty relatives for a wedding party. The bomb split the house in two, killing sixteen, including twelve from Qadir's family, and wounding scores more... The malek [chief] went to the province's governor and delivered a stern warning: 'protect our villagers or we will turn against the Americans.' ... "http://www.worldbulletin.net/author_article_detail.php?id=2025Also see: "Afghanistan: No Longer a Debate About Targeted Killings"