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Afghanistan: Proud to be Afghan!

Sohrab Kabuli has published a photo from the Afghan cricket team in London and says he does not understand why their t-shirts say “Proud to be Afghan”. The blogger says that Afghans in the west usually run away from their countrymen and try to pretend that they are not Afghans (Persian).

12 comments

  • i don’t think all afghan ppl said that they are “persian” obviously not maybe whom bron in “iran” nd well if they run from their country coz of dam war…so wat if they r proud to be afghan i don’t see any bad thing about it

  • im afghan nd im proud 2 be i never said dat im persian imean y wld anybody say such a tink datz just lame………..i luv my ppl no matter wat nd i don’t care about ppls commen!!!

  • jan jan proud be afghan

  • yeah so wat!!! im proud 2 be afghan watz so surpised about that…im pround of my country, race (aryan) culture and wat the hell is that suppose to mean “Afghan cricket team in London and says he does not understand why their t-shirts say “Proud to be Afghan” WHY NOT………MORON

  • i love my country and i proud of my sweet and honest country.i was the capatin of Afghanistan cricket in the tour of UK.plz dont sheam on Afghanistan plz.Afghanistan is Afghanistan and respect the country and there was no pashtoon no persion no Hazara,no Tajik all is Afghan i love all my those people which,s they love Afghanistan.

  • Azad

    Going around yelling ‘ proud blah blah’ is good fun, isn’t it? But proud of what? What do u have to be proud of? I have never lied to anyone about being from Afghanistan but for those of bent on being proud blah blah. You have a war ravaged country, repressive regime, fundamentalist and bloody insurgency, gender-bias, terrorists, non-existing infrastructure, suppression of journalism and freedom, racism, at least 60% unemployment, 93% of world’s opium production, war criminals in your parliament…
    what the sugar is this madness? What do u have to be proud of? What!?

  • afghan are the best better then rest

  • afghan are the best

  • hello buddy wellcome
    reality and honesty i will say alittle about it
    i am a student one i was in class .in our class was form difrent countrey student .the teacher told us .today we will talk about proud .the teachr ask from one brazilian student what is your proud he told him .our proud is footabll team …….in our class was many diffrent countrey student from every one her ask .at the end of i told him my afghan friend .what i say .he keep quit and he said
    tell him a sucide ,i told him nooo it an ignorant topic
    at the end of i told him our proud is nothing
    cuss i can not to teld him a fight our proud i can not to tell him our proud is a sucide .and tell me .brother what is the proud

  • nasir sraozewall kharoti

    proud to be AFGHAN

    • Ahmad

      Proud of the history @least , if NOT the present. Freedom and bravery have been demonstrated throughout the entire history by us. Other countries have followed our path towards freedom. Long Live Afghanistan. and YES, Proud to be Afghan.

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