CNN's Jill Dougherty is invited to attend a wedding in Afghanistan, but there are some traditions outsiders have to observe.
Here you go again Acmed,posting this photo proving just how much damage the NATO forces are doing in Afghanistan!You never quit!!!
Sounds like another good song!!! But how do they expect People to understand it if they don't understand Pakistan???
I don't know whether that was a Wedding are a Birthday??? But it looked like it was a lot of fun doing it!!! Why don't they put the English so that others would know what they were saying??? It is funny how that did it with the video about the Moman that wanted to kill Americans!!!
It is to bad they didn't put the words below in English!!! The People seemed to be liking the Music...
it amazing how stupid some people can be.. it would be nice if you left mayberry once and a while to see what the rest of world has to offer
I live in Los Angeles and I didn't understand them!!!
This article is misleading. This is not a typical Afghan wedding let alone "traditional." This is only confined to a few in Kabul. Sometimes, I feel people in the west or "prosperous" world are so unhappy with their lives and stocks even with so much bounty around them, that they feel the need to be happy by spreading and accepting lies and propagandas. This somehow makes them feel good about themselves. People there have nothing, not much, but still manage to be generous and thankful to almighty and actually live happy lives.
Was all 3 videos of the same wedding???
"there are some traditions outsiders have to observe."
Yes this is true.
Western infidels aren't allowed to participate in the cerimonial "beheading" of the best man.
your so stupid
She might be attractive but look where she is. You wouldn't notice her on the streets of smalltown, usa. lousy voice, too
I think she has a Beautiful Voice... What a waste after the Americans kill her!!! It wasn't to smart to make a video like that...
What a dirty mind you have,Jalal!You should be ashamed of yourself.Just like the NATO forces,but they're not.
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