In 2009 Kareem Khan was devastated by the loss of his son and brother in a US drone strike. He has since sued the Pakistani government for its failure to investigate the deadly strike. Just days before he was scheduled to travel to Europe to give evidence to parliamentarians, he was kidnapped from his home by 15-20 men in Pakistani police uniforms and plain clothes. The men did not disclose…
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Members of CODEPINK DC are outside the Pakistani embassy right now demanding the release of the drone victim Kareem Khan Help spread the…Read More
Kareem Khan, whose brother and son were killed in a drone strike in 2009, has been kidnapped by 20 plainclothes men from his house in…Read More
UPDATE: Pakistani judge has ordered that the Pakistani intelligence agencies produce Kareem Khan before the court by Thurs, Feb…Read More
Medea gifting Kareem a copy of her book, Drone Warfare, in which his story is highlighted.