Afghanistan has turned into another Vietnam for the United States, which has invaded the country and been occupying it since 2001, says a commentator.
“Afghanistan of course has proven to be a fiasco and a Vietnam that the United States’ people suffered the most,” Scott Bennett, a former US army psychological warfare officer, told Press TV on Tuesday.
The American people, he said, don’t want US soldiers “risking their lives for nothing” there.
Insecurity continues in Afghanistan 17 years after the US led a coalition in invading the country. Just on Monday, a terrorist attack left at least 43 Afghans killed and 10 others injured in the capital, Kabul.