Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Instability Reaches Northern Afghanistan (Report)

Souterhn view of Sheberghan central park

Sheberghan residents demonstrate against the governor of Jawzjan, Joma Khan Hamdard, a former commander of Hikmatyar’s Hezb-e Islami. The three days demonstrations caused instability in Northern city of Sheberghan and resulted to the death and injury of demonstrators.

Looking at Hamdard’s background, it seems that he does not have the qualifications to be a governor. Hamdard was not welcomed as the governor of Baghlan province two years back. Baghlan residents demonstrated against him; Hamed Karzai’s government transferred him as the governor of Jawzjan province. But looking at the three days demonstrations, it seems that he has to face the same destiny in Jawzjan as he faced in Baghlan.
To read the BBC report click on the headline.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Amended Afghan Media Law Guarantees Freedom of Speech (Report)

Photo from BBC
The controversial issue of Afghanistan’s Attorney General with the private Tolo television station caused amendments in the Afghan Media Law. Analysts say that the new Afghan Media Law guarantees the freedom of speech, if acted upon properly.

Click on the headline and read the BBC report about this topic.

Sunday, May 20, 2007

U.S. Supports Terrorists By Paying Pakistani Military (Report)

“Every thing is fair in love and War” is a very famous saying, but it should be, “Every thing is fair in politics.” The U.S. government pays $1 billion a year to Pakistan to fight terror, but reports find that the Pakistani military uses that money to fight counter terror troops. Report reveals that American and NATO forces have witnessed Pakistani military fighting in support of Taliban and Al-Qaeda against Afghan and Coalition forces.
Is this the way Americans want their tax money to be spent?
Click on the headline to read an analytical report by the New York Times via International Herald Tribune.

Friday, May 18, 2007

The World Realizes Masoud's Role In Fighting Aggressors (Report)

The world realizes the struggle of Ahmed Shah Massoud, against different aggressors, such as USSR, Pakistan, Taliban and Al Qaeda. Massoud, 48, was killed in a suicide blast two days before the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

To read the complete report by LATimes, click on the headline.

Friday, May 11, 2007

CronkiteZine (Web site)

Cronkite Zine, a world of various issues and topics, is a class project in which students posted their preferred topics. The Zine is one of best multimedia products. It contains, text, pictures, audio and video.

Click on the headline and enjoy the interesting topics of Cronkite Zine.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

قانونیت درافغانستان تشکل میابد

براساس گزارش بی بی سی، پارلمان افغانستان دووزیرکابینه را استیضاح نموده و صلاحیت ایشان رابنابر تضعیف درعملکردشان مورد رای گیری درپارلمان افغانستان قراردادند. این عملکرد پارلمان نشانه از حاکمیت قانون وبازی کردن نقش پارلمان و اعضای آن دردولت فعلی افغانستان بشمار میرود.

جهت خواندن راپورمکمل بالای عنوان کلیک کنید.

Saturday, May 05, 2007

New Strategies To Fight Insurgents In Afghanistan (Report)

Five days of anti-American demonstrations in West Afghanistan made the Afghan government and its international supporters find out better ways to fight insurgency. The U.S. coalition forces and their Afghan counterparts will start their new trainings to fight insurgents in such a way that will not harm civilians in Afghanistan.

To read more about this issue, click on the headline.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

How To Play Billiard (Video)

If you are interested in billiard game, then watch the introductory lesson by Joan.
He provides you with basic information about the rules of the game.

Click on headline and watch the video.