Green on Blue - Part 2: Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Elliot Ackerman
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Checkpoints around Gomal were set up the following day. One day while guarding a smuggler’s path Aziz stopped a man carrying a coffin on the back of his motorbike. Aziz felt pity for the man as he helped him load the coffin containing a young boy back onto the bike. Even Yar seemed to soften when he saw the face of the young boy through the glass pane in the coffin. The man explained the boy had been stealing pine nuts from another village because there was no food in Gomal. Yar asked him to take badal by coming and fighting with them. The man said he saw no difference in Gazan or the Special Lashkar as the Special Lashkar had put the people of the village in the position that made his nephew have to steal for food.

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