An American Bride in Kabul: 'I once lived in a harem in Afghanistan'
"I once lived in a harem in Afghanistan" is the gripping opening sentence of An American Bride in Kabul, in which feminist academic and native New Yorker Phyllis Chesler recounts her experience of 50 years ago as an imprisoned Afghan wife.
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#1 Oct 27, 2013
and criminals from usa and nato have led Afghanistan to such situation like 50 years ago or even much worse
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