Body Count: Analysis of the death and destruction inflicted upon Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan from the “War on Terror”
Since the various combinations of Western-led coalitions have declined to record the injuries and deaths resulting from the invasions of Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan, physicians have stepped forward to detail the “collateral damage”.
Body Count takes a clear and objective look at the various, and often contradictory reports of mortality in conflicts directed by the U.S. and allied forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. As such, we are now provided a fuller picture of the devastation and lethality to civilian non-combatants throughout these regions. It is important to view these wars from the perspective of those who suffer on the ground.
IPPNW-Germany (International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War) with help from physicians around the world including PSR (Physicians for Social Responsibility in the USA) and PGS (Physicians for Global Survival in Canada) prepared “Body Count”.