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Zekerhullah’s Story: Surmounting Fear Through Nonviolent Resistance

Visiting Kabul is unsettling. Reuters recently reported  that as many as 700 heavily armed Taliban insurgents were battling Afghan security forces in Logar, a key province very close to Kabul. Local officials said it is a test of the Afghan … Continue reading

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Post 5: Experiments In Simple, Nonviolent Inter-ethnic Community

Living in Kabul As I write a huge explosion startles us; it is hard to tell how close it is, and many of our community are out taking exams at the University or working at the Borderfree Center. We scramble … Continue reading

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