Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich recaps yesterday's meeting at the White House on the next steps for the war in Afghanistan.
hi donia, its me
Afghanistan ( Ariana or Khorasan) has a rich history and culture. It is the land of Ibne Cina, Rumi, and Khayaam, Malalay, ...and the free minded, peace loving, and over looked, ignored and misrepresented nation of Afghanistan Sadly,some individuals who do not have any idea about the history and language of people of Afghanistan, generalize their limited exposure to extreme situations, and present their incomplete and false information as facts. Can you imagine how hurtful and insulting it is for the innocent people whose lives are destroyed by war and destruction over a quarter of century?A credible source of information is "Afghanistan in the Course of History" Vol 1 and Vol II (http://m.g.m.ghobar.googlepages.com) It is wise to learn about, and support the real nation of Afghanistan, whose voices are not being heard, and whose lives are unbearable... If nothing, please at least do not insult them with un-informed and ignorant comments and false generalizations.
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