Hakim Discusses Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, Interviewed by David Swanson

Bāgh-e Bābur in Kabul, Afghanistan

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with Hakim
Guest Writer
Dandelion Salad
April 5, 2011
Kabul, Afghanistan

on Apr 5, 2011

Kabul
April 4, 2011
Interviewed by David Swanson

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More videos, an article and photos sent to DS by Kathleen Kirwin.

Afghanistan: A Country, Not a War

by David Swanson
War Is A Crime .org
April 5, 2011

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THE PEACE ACTIVIST

This video speaks for itself and is the most important part of this post. This is Hakim, who comes from Singapore, describing the Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers. One message from this video is something like this: “Those saying it can’t be done should stay out of the way of those doing it.”

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via Afghanistan: A Country, Not a War | War Is A Crime .org

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