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Said Hyder Akbar is currently a college student. He is also the co-director and founder of his own non-governmental organisation, Wadan Afghanistan, which has rebuilt schools and constructed pipe systems in rural Kunar province.

Susan Burton is a contributing editor of This American Life, and a former editor at Harper’s. Her writing appears in the New York Times Magazine.

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Come Back to Afghanistan by Said Hyder Akbar, Susan Burton
Come Back to Afghanistan
Said Hyder Akbar, Susan Burton
When he was 17, post 9/11, Said's father returned to Afgahistan as the new president's chief spokesman. The boy had never visited his homeland. Here he gives a fresh, candid appraidal of all aspects of the country. Much praised.
Format: Paperback - Released: 03/07/2006

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