In U.S., Afghan women find freedom to...

In U.S., Afghan women find freedom to study

There are 1 comment on the USA Today story from Dec 13, 2010, titled In U.S., Afghan women find freedom to study. In it, USA Today reports that:

Shamila Kohestani lost five years of formal education, from ages 8 to 13, while living in Afghanistan under Taliban rule.

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kai gor

Central District, Hong Kong

#1 Dec 13, 2010
forget about all those afgan women who got blown up by savage u.s. troops while living under u.s. occupation. lets focus on 5 afgan women who find "freedom" to study, and ignore the 50000 afgan women who got ruthlessly murdered by savagely u.s. troops

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