Afghanistan: Sometimes I Wonder …

January 2012
Moderate Voice;1/3/2012, p3
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The article offers the author's perspective on the situation of Afghanistan after the September 11, 2001 attack in the U.S. He notes that news coming out in Afghanistan are about the government's corruption, military incompetence and barbarism. Moreover, he states that the barbaric acts in Afghanistan are similar to the U.S.


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