October 29, 2013
Nabila Rehman was picking okra in her family garden last year when missiles from a drone rained down from the sky, killing her grandmother and injuring her and seven other children.
The nine-year-old Pakistani girl now has a question for the U.S. government: “What did my grandmother do wrong?”
Rehman’s father has traveled with her from Pakistan’s North Waziristan region to Washington, along with her 13-year-old brother, who was also wounded by shrapnel, to put a human face on America’s drone campaign.
This article was posted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at 9:23 am