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14A. A contemplation

In my last post, I was leaning to describe the irony between an extremely beautiful land and how such beauty and ruggedness can be poisoned by humanity. 402 more words

War In Afghanistan

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LISTEN TO THE WONDERFUL SONG FIRST.

The rhyme and the lyrics are superb and do not necessary need translation. But it is better to know the words meaning also so as to appreciate full impact. 1,083 more words

Adab And Literature

New on 500px : The Archway of Qal'at Al-Bahrain by AzaharOmar by AzaharOmar

The Qal’at alBahrain (in Arabic: قلعة البحرين‎), also known as the Bahrain Fort or Fort of Bahrain and previously as the Portugal Fort (Qal’at al Portugal)[1] is an archaeological site located in Bahrain, on the Arabian Peninsula. 42 more words

”Parteneriat pentru siguranta provinciei”

Militarii Batalionului 151 Infanterie sunt la finalul primei luni a misiunii lor în Teatrul de Operaţii Afganistan. O lună în care fiecare militar din batalion şi-a însuşit în totalitate atribuţiile pe care le are de îndeplinit. 458 more words

Afganistan - AZI

A Visit to the Bahrain Fort

The contrast between ancient and modern can be seen at the Bahrain Fort archaeological site. The Bahrain Fort, also known as the Portuguese Fort and Qal’at al Bahrain was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005. 10 more words

Bahrain

Remembering Anne Smedinghoff: In lieu of sending flowers ...

The Remembering Anne Smedinghoff website went online the last few days. It includes the statement from her parents, Tom and Mary Beth, and  asked that representatives of the media continue to respect the privacy of the family during this time. 144 more words

Foreign Service

Zabul Attack: Don’t know a lot but yes, the party was moving on foot ...

On the April 10 Daily Press Briefing, State Department Acting Deputy Spokesperson Patrick Ventrell confirmed the identity of Kelly Hunt as one of the four State Department employees injured on the April 6 attack in Zabul, Afghanistan.  1,155 more words

State Department