Al Jazeera: 9/11 in Little Kabul
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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