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James Fergusson ¾ 7 characters Download ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¾ James Fergusson Summary Kandahar Cockney The remarkable and touching story of a singular friendship between the author an affluent Western correspondent and his Pashtun interpreter who meet in an Afghan war zone and resume their friendship when Mir becomes an asylum seeker in London’s East EndIn the spring of 1997 James Fergusson a young freelance British correspondent encounters a local Pashtun interpreter named Mir in rebel controlled Afghanistan They soon become firm friends with Mir an invaluable guide not only to the battle zone but to the country's complex politics culture and traditions Not long after James’s return home Mir and.Summary Kandahar Cockney
James Fergusson ¾ 7 characters Download ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¾ James Fergusson Summary Kandahar Cockney With its endless round of tribunals appeals delays and disappointments; and introduces him to the important things in life like Tesco’s bank holiday weekends and the seasideJames Fergusson’s moving and remarkable portrait of a singular friendship gives a human face to one of the most tangled and emotive issues of our time Powerfully evoking the no man's land between the Third and the First Worlds between Islam and the West ‘Kandahar Cockney’ also places a very contemporary story in a greater historical context showing how surprisingly enduring the legacy of Britain’s colonial era really is.
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James Fergusson ¾ 7 characters Download ✓ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¾ James Fergusson Summary Kandahar Cockney His family are forced to flee Afghanistan fearing for their lives When Mir arrives in London seeking asylum it is to James that he turns for help Now their roles reverse the guided becomes the guide as James introduces Mir to the bewildering customs of the infidel WestYet in many ways it is Mir who remains the guide – this time to a side of his own homeland that James had never noticed or engaged with before He discovers whole communities of Afghans scattered throughout London and the shadow economy in which asylum seekers are forced to work He accompanies Mir through the labyrinthine asylum system.