A general may claim victory, a battle may be won, an army may be defeated, and a soldier may be taken prisoner. Wars do not produce winners, at the end, there are losers. Ask a mother who has lost a son, or a wife who has lost a husband, or a brother who saw his sister dying in a pool of blood, or a grand-mother whose grand children are killed in an explosion. They have one thing in common: pain and anguish. While the general is celebrating at the victory parade, the victims of war are fi guring out how to deal with the post-war trauma, the tragedy and the eternal suffering. Politicians like giving graphic details of the combat, and the number of deaths. In their analysis, they forget one thing: the victims of war. How can a war be just when there is death and suffering on both sides?