Afghanistan's rebels Taliban have asked the United Nations and other international organizations to question the US officials who were "involved in the invasion of Iraq and killing of Iraqis," the movement said Tuesday.
The insurgents waging war for a decade in Afghanistan sent a statement to media urging that those "who played a role in the invasion of Iraq (be brought) to justice."
"The invaders' backbone was broken due to the blessing of Allah in the home of Muslims and were finally forced to run away empty-handed," Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said, DPA reported.
"It is important to know how and in what state did Americans leave Iraq."
The movement accused the US of leaving Iraq "after looting and destroying national resources, historic heritage and infrastructure."
"Despite all these, 150,000 oppressed Iraqis were murdered by the Americans," the statement said.
US soldiers ended their nine-year combat mission in Iraq this month. A significant number of embassy staff and diplomats have remained in what is one of the largest US embassies in the world.