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« Reply #30 on: August 14, 2008, 04:51:42 AM »

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Afrasiabe gerami,

Are you based in Dushanbe?


Yes, I am working in Dushanbe. Before 8 years studied and worked in Moscow, and two years ago has been invited to work in Dushanbe.
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« Reply #31 on: August 14, 2008, 05:05:28 AM »

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Dooste Gerami, Afrasiab Jan, Thank you for your sympathy :)
I plan to stop working April 2009 for 6 months (and maybe forever as an engineer if I can ...) and travel to a few countries, including Europe, Arab World, and Central Asia, as well as spend a few months in Iran to help my family (mother who is ill and almost blind- dad passed away long ago, and I need to help her). Of course, I plan to visit Tajikistan and maybe I will stay there a longer time (few weeks) if conditions are right. Hopefully, in the long term I will never work again as an engineer, slave, or in a big corporation. This is my dream. I have saved enough to survive for many many years in Iran where we have a house and my expenses will be low. I don't like Iran that much (crowded, polluted, corrupted people, and theocratic government that makes life boring for everyone - unless I go to a remote village) so if I like Tajikistan maybe I will do volunteer work (unpaid) there in any way that helps Tajikistan. I prefer to be unpaid and enjoy what I do, and have a cause I care for, than continue making big bucks while feeling miserable :)


Oqoi Nader-Shah-i aziz,

I shall be glad to see you in Tajikistan. I hope, that you'll like Tajikistan. Conditions here not such good, as in the West, but the country is more free, than Iran. I know several iranians here, which live and work in Dushanbe. I think, that you, as the highly skilled specialist, can open here your own business in sphere of telecommunication (and thus to help Tajikistan). By the way, in Tajikistan telecommunication develops quickly than other spheres.
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« Reply #32 on: August 14, 2008, 06:12:15 AM »

How about Mashhad, Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz?
Wherever Persian is spoken is our land indeed.

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PORS-i aziz,
Everything I, as the journalist, today can really make for Khorasan concepts is that I can distribute idea of Khorasan and unity of Tajiks of region in Tajikistan. I think, that the main purpose of the Tajik patriots here is an unity of our nation, (at least on cultural and an economic level). I always try to distribute this idea: among my friends, familiar, etc. I think, that in Tajikistan it is very important because many Tajiks of Tajikistan do not know, that almost half of population of Afghanistan (8-9 million) are our Tajiks and before we lived in one state - Khorasan. In Tajikistan everyone know, that Samarqand and Bukhara are a historical part of our Native land, but do not know, that Balkh, Herat and Kabul are our historical cities too and it is necessary to accept inhabitants of these cities as brothers and sisters because they are a part of our nation.
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« Reply #33 on: August 14, 2008, 06:31:33 AM »

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How about Mashhad, Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz?
Wherever Persian is spoken is our land indeed.


You are right, Kambiz-i giromi. Mashhad, Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz are our Native land.

As Great Afrasiab said:

Hama shahri Eron saroi man ast,
Ki Tur-i Faredun niyoi man ast.
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« Reply #34 on: August 14, 2008, 06:44:44 AM »

hihi am I the only one from highschool?
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« Reply #35 on: August 14, 2008, 07:29:16 AM »

You have Phd Too.

Passed Highschool with Difficulty:D
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« Reply #36 on: August 14, 2008, 08:15:09 AM »

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hihi am I the only one from highschool?


NightWish jan, highschool with 19 ages?:)
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« Reply #37 on: August 14, 2008, 08:16:40 AM »

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You have Phd Too.

Passed Highschool with Difficulty:D


Ali jan, how old are you?
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« Reply #38 on: August 14, 2008, 08:17:48 AM »

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NightWish jan, highschool with 19 ages?:)


lol, that's what I'm wondering.
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« Reply #39 on: August 14, 2008, 09:59:26 AM »

After finishing secondary school I want to study international law (in particular European law) at the university in Groningen (Holland), after that I want to study in a foreign country.

And you are all Tajiks to be proud on! After all education and science is one of the most importnant values of our culture.
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« Reply #40 on: August 14, 2008, 10:09:55 AM »

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After finishing secondary school I want to study international law (in particular European law) at the university in Groningen (Holland), after that I want to study in a foreign country.
 
And you are all Tajiks to be proud on! After all education and science is one of the most importnant values of our culture.

Wow same as me. ;)
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« Reply #41 on: August 14, 2008, 10:26:26 AM »

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Wow same as me. ;)


Well that's great Farangisjan :) Insha'Allah you will achieve your goal and I know you can!

I also work as a speaker in a cultural instance "COS'' (Culturele Ontwikkeling Samenwerking). Mostly I give speeches about Afghanistan, I do it together with my mother.

After 9/11 MAAANNY schools asked us to give speeches and after the Dutch government decided to stay for two more years in Uruzgan province many public instances like schools, churges even synagoges asked us to tell about Afghanistan. I never talk only about politic but also about our beautifull culture and history, for instance:

- Afghan marriages
- Traditional events (our new year ''nowrooz''
- Islam in Afghanistan
- literature (which my mother always do, I still have to learn much about it)

etc etc etc
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« Reply #42 on: August 14, 2008, 01:00:42 PM »

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Well that's great Farangisjan :) Insha'Allah you will achieve your goal and I know you can!
 
I also work as a speaker in a cultural instance "COS'' (Culturele Ontwikkeling Samenwerking). Mostly I give speeches about Afghanistan, I do it together with my mother.
 
After 9/11 MAAANNY schools asked us to give speeches and after the Dutch government decided to stay for two more years in Uruzgan province many public instances like schools, churges even synagoges asked us to tell about Afghanistan. I never talk only about politic but also about our beautifull culture and history, for instance:
 
- Afghan marriages
- Traditional events (our new year ''nowrooz''
- Islam in Afghanistan
- literature (which my mother always do, I still have to learn much about it)
 
etc etc etc

Drood,
 
Good job. Keep going on like that. I used to live like 3 years in Groningen, it's a nice city. How many years do you have to graduate from university?
 
 
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« Reply #43 on: August 14, 2008, 03:21:07 PM »

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Drood,
 
Good job. Keep going on like that. I used to live like 3 years in Groningen, it's a nice city. How many years do you have to graduate from university?
 
 
Farangis


Salam khahar gul,

I have 1,5 years left before I can go to the university:) How about you?
Were do you live now? I live in Zwolle.

Greetins
M. Ariaie
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« Reply #44 on: August 15, 2008, 06:48:29 PM »

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After finishing secondary school I want to study international law (in particular European law) at the university in Groningen (Holland), after that I want to study in a foreign country.

And you are all Tajiks to be proud on! After all education and science is one of the most importnant values of our culture.


Good for you. Public International Law is a very interesting subject and area of work to go into (well, it interests me anyway).

I've studied both Public International Law and European Union Law at undergrad as part of a Law degree. I personally dont think much of EU Law but good luck with your choice of degree.
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