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Al Jazeera: 9/11 in Little Kabul

September 8, 2011

Members of the largest Afghan-American community discuss how the personal became political in the decade since 9/11.

On a September morning in 2001, a then-18-year-old Layma Murtaza was speeding through the streets of Fremont, California, home to the largest population of Afghans in the US. She was running late for a class at Ohlone College, a popular post-high school destination for many Afghan-Americans like Murtaza.

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    September 8, 2011 19:56

    The Afghan-American community live a situation of responsability for that with happen on september 11 2001, as if they are responsable for acts posed on by terrorists.
    They may not retain itself responsible for attack of 2001, as german was not alls nazist.
    I invite the Afghan-american community to live remembrance day such as any american, for they are american and, indoubtly, they love America.
    Claudio Alpaca

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