July 31, 2015


Analysis

Was Afghanistan worth it? For Afghans, absolutely

An Afghan teacher, right, teaches a girl how to read the Qur'an, Islam's holy book, at a local Madrassa, or seminary, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, Dec. 23, 2013. Islamic seminaries in Afghanistan are generally considered a source of education for poor families and children whose families could not afford expensive fees of formal schools.

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An Afghan teacher, right, teaches a girl how to read the Qur'an, Islam's holy book, at a local Madrassa, or seminary, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, Dec. 23, 2013. Islamic seminaries in Afghanistan are generally considered a source of education for poor families and children whose families could not afford expensive fees of formal schools.

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