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farhadwais replied to Anna's discussion Stereotypes - Part 3 in the group Culture
"Salamu alikoum warahmat ullah: dear Anna! I hop to be fine and healthy This is Farhad Wais from Rotary High school Afghan people are so hospitable and friendlier There we have one culture every one is helper each other if he is from every place such…"
Apr 20, 2010
farhadwais replied to Anna's discussion Stereotypes - Part 4 in the group Culture
"Hello dear Anna! Wish to be fine and have good health This is Farhad from Rotary High school. I would like to say about Jat People as culturally we say Jat to those who is uneducated and impolite but some of the people call Jat to those people who…"
Apr 20, 2010
farhadwais replied to FAZLULLAH SADIQ's discussion Complete report of Rotary High school's two small grant projects Rebuilding broken chairs and trash bines
"hi History The history of Islamic civilization, from the Prophet Muhammad's time to the present. The Dead Sea in Islamic Tradition The Dead Sea is known as a place of healing, but according to Islamic tradition, it also stands as a sign of…"
Apr 19, 2010
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Apr 15, 2010
farhadwais replied to shabanawatandos's discussion Water
"Hi shabana! water is very importent for Human without water we can,t live . every person must be drink a later of water. water make from (H2+O). FARHAD FROM ROTARY HIGH SCHOOL"
Apr 13, 2010

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