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ch 16, pg 144
I'm glad to have a father like him, I'm glad of his regard for me, and I'm proud to pursue my education like my dad
. . . I want you to understand and learn this now. Marriage can wait, education cannot. You're a very, very bright girl. Truly you are. You can be anything you want, Laila. I know this about you. And i know when this war is over, Afghanistan is going to need you as much as its men, maybe even more. Because a society has no chance of sucess if its women are uneducated , . . .
(1). . .Girls are forbidden from attending school. All schools for girls will be closed immediately. Women are forbidden from working. . .
ch 38, pg 282
(2)They can make half the populations stay home and do nothing!
(4)For once i agree with him, Rasheed had done the same to them, . . . Surely laila saw that.
(5)You think this is some new, radical idea the Taliban are bringing? Have you ever lived outside of your precious little shell in Kabul, my gull Ever cared to visit the real Afghanistan, the south, the east, along the tribal border with Pakistan?
She is quiet. A blessing, really, because,wallah, if a person hasn't got much to say she might as well be stingy with words. We are city people, you and I, but she isdehati. A village girl. Not even a village girl. No. She grew up in akolba made of mudoutside the village.
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