Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Journey of Bibi-Gul with her brother Abdullah to Pakistan.

Abdullah drove on and came to the small road on the right. He took the road and as Alam Jan had predicted, it changed into a dirt track. After a few miles it led them to another main road. They … Continue reading

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Bibi Gul and her two children were send to Pakistan by Allah-Yar.

Sardar Allah-Yar was very worried about the fate of his son-in-law Rasheed Khan. By the next morning it was clear to him that Rasheed had been killed by Russian forces, in the fall of Kabul. Allah-Yar was a close friend … Continue reading

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Every one was shocked by Soviet Union’s attack on Afghanistan,

Wahab Khan went out to see his village elders; he wanted to discuss the news of turmoil in Kabul. He reached the village square where the elders would gather in front of a teashop to discuss the day’s events. ‘Hafi … Continue reading

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The two children at school, and what happened to them.

After dropping the children and Bibi Gul at the village, Wahab was driving very fast. He was in a great hurry to reach the school to get Saleem and Bilal. At that time the whole of Kabul was in an … Continue reading

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THE AFGHANS, The story continue—-

Bibi Gul reached her father Allah-Yar’s house who was atribal Chief. The story continues—- Sardar Allah-Yar called Rasheed Khan’s offi ce but there was no reply. He tried many phone numbers and fi nally someone answered the telephone. Th e … Continue reading

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Some more of Afghans

  Balal’s mother Bibi Gul was married to an influential Afghan Minister Rasheed Khan. Some more paragraphs of THE AFGHANS “She could hear the noise of gunshots. Th ese sounds were not new to her ears. She had experienced many … Continue reading

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Few paragraphs from THE AFGHANS

    The story begins with Sovit Rissia’s invasion. Balal is at school when the Russians attack.   ”He was still in a state of confusion when suddenly he heard loud bangs, and a deafening sound of a tank shell. … Continue reading

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