Sanum Ghafoor takes a look at war speak - where one man's collateral damage is another man's son...
"The frightening thing about the use of euphemisms is their power to efface the memory of actual cruelties. Behind the fa√ßade of a history falsified by language, the painful particulars of war are lost."
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