Afghanistan

What is Afghanistan known for?


offering high

. AWCC has the only communications ring around the country offering high speed mobile and data services throughout all provinces. AWCC also offers the highest speed fibre-based connections to the outside world, with roaming to over 300 other operators in 120 countries. Services include Voice, FAX, GPRS and EDGE data services along with WiMAX and dedicated high speed internet service with 45MB links to NYC and 45MB links to Paris. SIM cards cost USD1, local calls are AFN4.99 minute billing in seconds


campaign supporting

,' the Prequel publisher The Nation date October 25, 2001 accessdate December 30, 2010 ) and the arming of these rebels to counter the Soviet invasion (Soviet invasion of Afghanistan); and the signing of the Torrijos-Carter Treaties relinquishing overt U.S. control of the Panama Canal after 1999 Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan


quot originating

'''Mohammed Loay Bayazid''', a former member of al-Qaeda, was noted for "always teasing bin Laden"? Originating from Ghazna now in Afghanistan, he served mostly under Yamin ud-Dawlah Bahram Shah (Bahram Shah) of the Ghaznavid dynasty. He also served Sultan Sanjar for a while. The Muslim Khatri ( ) are the Khatri converts to Islam. Although a large majority of Khatris are Hindus, some converted to Islam. The conversion started


huge+annual

;Silverton, RHB Kearns, page 31 Then for decades it became a picnic ground, but remained relatively neglected until the late 1930s when the Broken Hill mining companies decided it was an admirable recreation site for their employees. Money was spent on upgrading sporting facilities, playgrounds, and parklands, such that throughout the 1950s it became a major recreational facility. Huge annual picnics fairs were held there by social and sporting clubs, and by mining companies


open ties

.html Afghanistan 'to open ties with Israel' soon, Jerusalem Post - colspan "5" style "vertical-align:top;" Killed in Afghanistan on November 14, 2001 by a Predator missile attack on his home outside of Kabul; no longer listed as of February 23, 2006. - * 1996 – The massive Internet collaboration "24 Hours in Cyberspace" takes place. *2010 – A freak storm in the Hindukush mountains of Afghanistan


world traditional

CountingYears.htm My Jewish Learning:Counting the Years Rosetta Calendar * In the Islamic world, traditional Islamic dating (Islamic calendar) according to the ''Anno Hegiræ'' (in the year of the ''hijra (Hijra (Islam))'') or ''AH'' era remains in use to a varying extent, especially for religious purposes. The official Iranian calendar (used in Afghanistan as well as Iran) also dates from the ''hijra


extraordinary+intelligence

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metal+bronze

* An assassination attempt was made on President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan in Kandahar. A gunman wearing the uniform of the new Afghan Army opened fire, wounding the Governor of Kandahar and an American Special Operations officer. The gunman and one of the President's bodyguards were killed. The ''Rigveda'' describes a mobile, semi-nomadic culture, with horse-drawn chariots, oxen-drawn wagons, and metal (bronze) weapons. The geography described is consistent with that of the Greater Punjab (Punjab region): Rivers (Rigvedic rivers) flow north to south, the mountains are relatively remote but still visible and reachable (Soma is a plant found in the high mountains, and it has to be purchased from tribal people). Nevertheless, the hymns were certainly composed over a long period, with the oldest (not preserved) elements possibly reaching back to times close to the split of Proto-Indo-Iranian (around 2000 BC) minority opinions name dates as early as the 4th millennium BC; "The Aryan Non-Invasionist Model" by Koenraad Elst Thus there was some debate over whether the boasts of the destruction of stone forts by the Vedic Aryans and particularly by Indra refer to cities of the Indus Valley civilization or whether they rather hark back to clashes between the early Indo-Aryans with the BMAC in what is now northern Afghanistan and southern Turkmenistan (separated from the upper Indus (Indus River) by the Hindu Kush mountain range, and some 400 km distant). In 2008, WOSM listed 29 sovereign countries as potential members. Ten of them are overseas branches of WOSM accredited National Scout Organizations (marked by *). Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan


personal attacks

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numerous comedy

Kosovo and Afghanistan, has been a cast member on ''Saturday Night Live'' and a correspondent on ''The Daily Show''. He has made guest appearances on numerous comedy programs such as ''Human Giant'', ''Arrested Development (Arrested Development (TV series))'' and ''The Office (The Office (U.S. TV series))''. Rob Huebel has had guest spots on ''Curb Your Enthusiasm'' and ''Arrested Development (Arrested Development (TV series))'', and was a producer for Michael Moore's ''The Awful Truth (The Awful Truth (TV show))'', but is perhaps best known as the Inconsiderate Cell Phone Man from in-cinema advertising.In addition, he is a core member in MTV 's ''Human Giant'' along with Scheer and Aziz Ansari. Operation Enduring Freedom A detachment from the battalion will deploy to Afghanistan in the spring of 2009 as part of the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade. Commons:Category:Afghanistan WikiPedia:Afghanistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Afghanistan

Afghanistan

'''Afghanistan''' , making it the 41st (List of countries and dependencies by area) largest country in the world.

Human habitation in Afghanistan dates back to the Middle Paleolithic Era (Middle Paleolithic),

The political history of the modern state of Afghanistan began with the Hotak and Durrani (Durrani Empire) dynasties in the 18th century. In the late 19th century, Afghanistan became a buffer state in the "Great Game (The Great Game)" between British India (British Raj) and the Russian Empire. Following the 1919 Anglo-Afghan War (Third Anglo-Afghan War), King Amanullah (Amanullah Khan) and King Mohammed Zahir Shah (Mohammed Zahir Shah) attempted modernization of the country. A series of coups in the 1970s was followed by a Soviet invasion and a series of civil wars (War in Afghanistan (1978–present)) that devastated much of the country.

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