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i would rathar say why stay in afghanistan?

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Submitted by syed mohammad ali (India), Apr 4, 2010 at 16:30

why wasting money in afghanistan ? ...i would say why staying in afghanistan hello...yanks dont waste your money and energy go back to your country guys you have no work here we will manage by ourselves we dont want your dirty give that to your fellow ..dog ...king abdullah of jordan khabees hosni mubarak .munafiq hamid karzai dont waste money on afghans and leave their country as simple as that pack your backs i assure you afghans are more than happy with that ...

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