Culture > A heart of stone
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  • Anonymous

    A great story, I really enjoyed reading it as it has reminded me of some scenes that I have witnessed during my services in southern Afghanistan, really heart touching and real, I have almost memorized this part “The young men who I now lead tell me we are called terrorists. I don’t understand. They terrorise my people and my act of vengeance is called terrorism? This is for God, not men, to decide. They can condemn my acts, but who are they to call me a murderer? I am only what they made me.” You are a great writer Abu Taha!

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