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Mohammad Gulab ~ just call him Hero. When Operation Redwing went bad in Afghanistan three Seals lost their lives. But one, Marcus Luttrell, survived. Blown off a ridge, alone, injured,and thought to be dead Luttrell was taken in by Gulab and protected. He defiantly refused to hand over Luttrell to the Taliban even as they burned down his home and threatened the lives of his family and village members. Gulab trekked to an American military post and brought help for Luttrell, saving his life…

Afghan Hero Of 'Lone Survivor' Now In Danger

Mohammad Gulab ~ just call him Hero. When Operation Redwing went bad in…

These Pictures Of Life In Afghanistan Are Like Nothing You've Ever Seen     by Peretz Partensky:        This is the Jalalabad-Kabul Highway — this section has been called "the most dangerous road in the world"

These Pictures Of Life In Afghanistan Are Like Nothing You've Ever Seen

These Pictures Of Life In Afghanistan Are Like Nothing You've Ever Seen by Peretz Partensky: This is the Jalalabad-Kabul Highway — this section has been called "the most dangerous road in the world"

Afghanistan, Bamiyan valley and Big Budda destroyed by Taliban soldiers in 2001

Afghanistan, Bamiyan valley and Big Budda destroyed by Taliban soldiers in 2001

Check out the list of 10 most dangerous roads in the world!

10 World's Most Dangerous Roads!

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War artist maimed by Taliban bullet unveils his Helmand paintings - Telegraph

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Kabul-Jalalabad Highway, Afghanistan - What’s more dangerous than driving through mountain passes? Driving through Taliban territory of course!

This photo shows the now-destroyed Kabul-Herat highway, that linked the Afghan capital to the Iranian border city of Mashad. Built in the early second half of the century, the highway has been virtually destroyed through decades of warfare.

A burqa-clad woman crosses the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan in September 2002 at the Kadam Safar border crossing.

Women's rights in Afghanistan: Is this an uprising

Women's rights in Afghanistan: Is this an uprising?

U.S. Abandoning Hopes for Taliban Peace Deal: With the surge of American troops over and the Taliban still a potent threat, American generals and civilian officials acknowledge that they have all but written off what was once one of the cornerstones of their strategy to end the war here: battering the Taliban into a peace deal. || We needed to wipe them out. Rules of engagement hurt us. Announcing departure date hurt us. They are savages, and you have to annihilate savages if you want peace.

U.S. Scales Back Plans for Afghan Peace

Once ambitious American plans for ending the war in Afghanistan are now being replaced by the far more modest goal of setting the stage for Afghans to work out a deal among themselves.

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