A Miscommunication with Civilians

“The Hassans decided to make the journey after an American helicopter dropped fliers over their farming village that showed a drawing of a family sitting at a table, eating and smiling, with a message written in Arabic. | Sgt. 1st Class Stephen Furbush, an Army intelligence analyst, said the message read: ‘To be safe, stay put.’ | But Hassan said he and his father thought it just said, ‘Be safe.’ To them, that meant getting away from the helicopters firing rockets and missiles. | ‘A miscommunication with civilians,’ said an Army report written Monday night.”

A Miscommunication with CiviliansMSNBC)