A quilt a day

Herlinger, Chris
February 2003
Christian Century;2/8/2003, Vol. 120 Issue 3, p10
Deals with the social condition of women in Afghanistan as of February 2003. Estimated number of widows in Kabul, Afghanistan; Fears of women in Afghanistan; Discussion of the social cost of the international community's neglect of Afghanistan after the Soviet occupation that ended in 1989.


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