A former Afghan interpreter for the international forces says lives...
A former Afghan interpreter for the international forces says lives are at risk in Afghanistan, but the defence minister refuses to offer sanctuary for those who helped Fareed Ahmad Kabeer was an interpreter for international forces in Afghanistan for four years.
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#1 Mar 17, 2013
"Get with the program." Hamid old buddy stop pissing on America and lying too. By the way Hamid, where do you bank?
In the very least perhaps you could allow the people to make a living. Years back the United Nations dropped 10 Million Dollars US to train women in Herat to raise silk worms for their dying silk industry.
The makers of this great silk, the finest in the entire world, are a "family business." Their ancestors probably dealt with Marco Polo and his dad Nicolo. Today they cannot sell any. So, after a few thousand years the seven families are out of business?
I have not been able to buy a bolt or even a swatch. Hamid? The looms are not even electric and they are apolitical too.
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