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    Swallows of Kabul

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    people in Kabul. The Taliban’s acts are limitless‚ especially towards the women of Kabul. From the public executions‚ mistreatment of women‚ and their strict laws‚ they show no remorse‚ which demonstrated true cruelty. In the novel Swallows of Kabul by Yasmina Khadra some truly experience cruelty more than others. Whether being the one treated cruel of treating others cruel‚ the Taliban‚ women‚ and Kabul in general experience cruelty in everyday life. The Taliban is taking over Kabul day by day

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    Bookseller of Kabul

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    Contemporary Perspectives Bookseller of Kabul March 1st‚ 2010 In this paper I will discuss family life in Afghanistan. After reading “The Bookseller of Kabul” and doing some research on other Afghan families I believe that the Khan family is almost the same as a typical Afghan family. Yes‚ there are some differences but in the end they act and live as most others in Afghanistan. Afghanistan is a country that has been divided by several ethnic groups‚ with the two most relevant being the

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    Name: Mohammad Shakir Mujadidi Traffic Jams in Kabul City It is very well known that most developing and under developed countries are facing many of problems. These problems start from a basic issue with individuals to the entire government system. These are often due to bad security conditions‚ undeveloped infrastructures‚ and incorrect use of resources. In addition; Afghanistan is one of those developing countries‚ which is facing similar problems. However‚ most of countries are helping

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    Mia Wan Mrs. Ray Hon English II Per. 6 1/26/13 The Swallows of Kabul Literary Analysis The Swallows of Kabul‚ by Yasmina Khadra‚ is a brilliantly written book about the horrors the Taliban brought within Afghanistan. It revolves around four central characters: Atiq‚ Musarrat‚ Mohsen‚ and Zunaira. Atiq is a jailer and Musarrat is his dying wife‚ who once saved his life. Mohsen was a wealthy educated middle-class and Zunaira was his beautiful lawyer wife. Because of the Taliban‚ both Mohsen

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    Homebody In Kabul

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    The first thing we learn in the Kabul part of the play‚ as soon as it leaves the Homebody’s home‚ is the account of the dismemberment of the Homebody’s body. The circumstances of her death are described in atrocious detail by Doctor Qari Shah in a page-long description (Kushner‚ Homebody 31-32) that brings‚ this time verbally‚ the body to the centre of attention. Interestingly‚ one of the main events of Homebody/Kabul—whatever happened to the Homebody in Kabul—is not shown on stage but only recovered

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    times by faith to step up and do something great. Throughout The Kite Runner‚ Khaled Hosseini does an immaculate job of portraying his own experiences in Kabul while capturing the cultural aspect of regular society and terrorism during the time period in which The Kite Runner was written in. The Kite Runner‚ by Khaled Hosseini‚ is set in Kabul‚ the capital of Afghanistan‚ during 1980-2000. During this period‚ Afghanistan went through a long and treacherous battle against the Russian army and also

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    Hazaras were forced into slavery and their leaders were killed‚ allowing the Afghans to impose political leadership on them. Until the 1880s‚ the Hazaras were in full control of all the areas in the Hazarajat. The Pashtuns and the central government in Kabul had not yet found their way into these areas yet. But since the 1890s‚ their land has been attacked and overrun by Pashtuns‚ who use this land as grazing area for their livestock‚ resulting in a migration of Hazaras to the cities and a

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    of the deceased Baba a well known Kabul businessman risked his own life going back to his country and town of Kabul to save his best friend/former servant’s son Sohrab. A man named Assef who abused Sohrab on a daily basis was keeping him hostage in Afghanistan. So out of Amir’s good will and the small fortune that he made selling his books‚ he flew to Kabul to save Sohrab. After an interview with Amir we found out many horrible things about his journey to Kabul and what objectives that he needed

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    aparece como una metáfora de la ciudad de Kabul bajo el Talibán‚ la ciudad‚ como el barco‚ se dirige a ciertos desastres. Como sus vecinos‚ Kabul ha oído que los talibanes traen la paz a los territorios que conquistan‚ y después de años de guerra‚ todos de Kabul está listo para el alivio. Pero paso lo contrario‚ los talibanes pusieron reglas que quitaromn la libertad y creatividad de las personas para asi poder controlar. Cuando la película Titanic llega a Kabul en el verano de 2000‚ cuatro años en el

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    A Brief History of Afghanistan The story of Afghanistan is in so many ways a very tragic one. Afghanistan is one of the most impoverished nations of the world. It is one of the most war-torn‚ most ravaged‚ and most beleaguered of nations. It is a nation that has been beset by invasion‚ external pressure and internal upheaval since before the time of Alexander the Great. Its people are a people who have endured more than most of us can ever imagine. In fact‚ for many Afghanis‚ all that has changed

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    surrounded by mountains It is the southeast corner and via highway A75 leads from the capital city to the Spin Boldak-Chaman border with Pakistan which is commonly used as a smuggling road There are two major freeways in Kandahar named Kandahar-herat and Kabul-kandahar highway which Taliban have been continuously tormenting travelers. Kandahar is also part of the larger network within Afghanistan named the Ring Road or Highway 1 More than 80% of the area is flat land and almost 10% is somewhat mountainous

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    Environmental issues in Afghanistan Kapisa province Environmental issues in Afghanistan predate the political turmoil of the past few decades. Forests and wetlands have been depleted by centuries of grazing and farming‚ practices which have only increased with modern population growth. In Afghanistan‚ environmental conservation and economic concerns are not at odds; with 80% of the population dependent on herding or farming‚ the welfare of the environment is critical to the economic welfare of

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    In the Afghan world today‚ especially in Kabul‚ the Taliban government has a strong and terrible influence on everyone living there. The Taliban are a Muslim fundamentalist group that took control over the government from 1996 until 2001. They enforced many unrealistic rules that caused many hardships for men and women. Many countries have stepped in to try bringing peace to Afghanistan. The Taliban had control of over 90% of the population until countries came together to stop them. They now‚ only

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    have created hopefulness and optimism in people’s minds for the future of the country. I‚ as an Afghan individual benefiting from this partial stability obtained the opportunity to do my B.Sc. in Electrical & Electronics Engineering by end of 2013 at Kabul University. The dependence of the entire world on energy carried by tiny pieces of matter called electrons; and means of supply and utilizing this energy‚ led me to choose Electrical Engineering as my profession. I wish to further enhance my academic

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    Contents Introduction 3 Objectives and Methodology 5 Choice of Methodology 5 Type of Research 5 Questionnaire 6 1. Conditions of Business in Afghanistan 7 1.1 Geography 7 1.2 People of Afghanistan 8 1.3 Political System 8 1.3.1 Current Political Situation 9 1.4 Current Economic Situation 10 1.4.1 Living Conditions 11 1.5 Business opportunities in Afghanistan 12 1.5.1 Investment Opportunities 13 1.6 Agriculture 13 1.6.1 Opportunities 13 1

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    The Kite Runner

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    THE KITE RUNNER I will be doing my book review on the book called ‘kite runner’‚ by Khalid Hosseini. The Kite Runner tells the story of Amir‚ a young boy from the Wazir Akbar Khan district of Kabul‚ who befriends Hassan‚ the son of his father’s Hazara servant. The story is set against a background of upcoming events‚ from the fall of Afghanistan’s monarchy through the Soviet invasion‚ the large number of refugees sent to Pakistan and the United States‚ and the rise of the Taliban regime. I am doing

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    Khaled Hosseini. The Kite Runner was set in Kabul‚ Afghanistan‚ proceeds to United States during the Soviet Union invasion‚ and then the setting goes back to Kabul when the Taliban rises in power. In this novel‚ Amir‚ to whom the whole story of the book is centered around‚ is a morally ambiguous character. Amir is a Pashtun boy; he betrays his friendship with Hassan‚ a Hazara son of Amir’s father’s servant. Guilt haunts Amir for years even after he had left Kabul and moved to United States. Amir is a morally

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    There is no evidence that the actual location of the Hindu temple and later on‚ first mosque of Kabul is the exact location of Shah-Do Shamshira and therefore consists of these ancient ruins. However‚ the source is giving information about a first historical dating of Shah-Do Shamshira’s

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    Ahmad Samim

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    Name: Muhammad Samim Hurmat Date of birth: June 30‚ 1989 Place of birth: Kabul‚ AFGHANISTAN Nationality: Afghan Marital Status: Single Sex: Male Home Address: Khushal Khan District 5 Spen Kalae‚ Kabul‚ AFGHANISTAN Email: muhammadsamimhurmat@gmail.com Contact Number: +93 780849867 +93784596259 Education: | |

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    Amir atoned for his sins and was able to earn forgiveness by risking his life and going back to Kabul‚ saving Sohrab and adopting him. Amir’s first act of atonement in this novel is when he risked his life by going back to Kabul. In 2000‚ Rahim Khan asked Amir to go visit him in Pakistan. When Amir went back to visit him‚ he found out that Hassan was dead and Hassan’s son was somewhere in Kabul. Rahim Khan wanted Amir to rescue Sohrab and bring him back to Pakistan. However‚ after learning that

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