Main maintenance – Almost two weeks after the Taliban entered Kabul and the Americans were humiliated, what lessons can be learned from these historical events? What can be meant by the sacrifice of our soldiers in Afghanistan? Should we worry about a new wave of migration? The philosopher and her husband, lawyer and writer, did not avoid any questions.
The philosopher leads an association to help refugees, especially in Afghanistan, the Pier Clover Association (named after a 17th-century Jesuit missionary) *. She founded this job with her husband, lawyer and writer ** who worked in Afghanistan. Ayyam and Franசois Suarez tell us about this country they know so well and express their hope for the future of the people of Afghanistan.
Lee Figaro. Twenty years after September 11, the Taliban occupied Afghanistan, which had been abandoned by the Americans. What do you think about this situation?
Franோois Surrey. – Your question, which many of our own people ask, expresses our difficulty as Westerners in understanding worlds other than our own, and consequently in implementing a policy there.
Let’s sort the elements. September 11 is the first US date. The history of the Afghans did not begin on September 11, 2001. By that time, they had already experienced the effects.
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