Wikileaks endangers Afghan civilians helping NATO

Ed Morrissey:

If the information on the progress of the war from the much-ballyhooed Wikileaks publication of 92,000 documents didn’t come as a big surprise to Americans who have paid attention to the Af-Pak theater, it apparently will come as a big surprise to those in Afghanistan who have worked with US forces.  Julian Assange’s leak included the names of hundreds of informants and people working with US forces in Afghanistan.  Those people will now have to be protected, and it’s not likely they’ll be replaced....

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Meanwhile The Long War Journal reports that Mullah Omar has ordered the killing of Afghan civilians including women if they are cooperating with the US. Wikileaks has signed their death warrants.

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