Monthly Archives: July 2013

Life in the New Kabul, With Soccer, Schools and Taliban Attacks

Life in the New Kabul, With Soccer, Schools and Taliban Attacks.

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Life in the New Kabul, With Soccer, Schools and Taliban Attacks

http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2013/07/life-in-the-new-kabul-with-soccer-schools-and-taliban-attacks/277982/ This is a treatise by an acquaintance, Jeffrey Stern, for whom I spent an interesting six month period trying to purchase and ship a historic Jazail rifle. I recently got to meet Jeffrey, and his beautiful girlfriend at a … Continue reading

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Marjan, the One Eyed Lion

Marjan, the One Eyed Lion.

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Marjan, the One Eyed Lion

One of my favorite stories to come from Afghanistan is the story of Marjan, the one-eyed lion of the Kabul Zoo. I like it, because it is a story about an animal, and like a lot of people, I love … Continue reading

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A Fort of Nine Towers I lived near the “Fort of Nine Towers” for awhile, and am interested to get and read this book.

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