Posted by: Editor | March 14, 2011

Sympathy From Bamiyan to the People of Japan

Sympathy rally for the victims of Japan quake.

Youth in Bamiyan took out a sympathy rally for the victims of Japan quake today in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Many youth marched to the top hill in front of the destroyed Buddha statues and held banners with words of condolence and sympathy messages for the people of Japan and silence for the victims earthquake and tsunami.

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  1. Great to see guys.

  2. Applause to the Youth in Afghanistan!
    We are poor but are rich in our willigness… thats the most noteworthy comment I have read for years!!!!!
    My hat off for you.
    My concolences to all Japanese!!!!

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  5. They have nothing to offer but words. Words are powerful, sweet and uplifting. Bless those kids.

  6. [...] Children in Afganistan care about the victims in Japan. [...]

  7. I am also sharing the feeling of condolence to the poeple of JAPAN because of the great demolished that was happend there. GOD may bless them.

  8. Giant natural arch found in Afghanistan
    KABUL, Afghanistan, March 30 (UPI) — U.S. researchers say they’ve found a natural stone arch stretching more than 200 feet across its base in a remote region of Afghanistan.
    Scientists with the Wildlife Conservation Society say the recently observed Hazarchishma Natural Bridge, located in the central highlands of Afghanistan, is almost 10,000 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest large natural bridges in the world, a WCS release reported Wednesday.
    “It’s one of the most spectacular discoveries ever made in this region,” Joe Walston, director of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Asia Program, said. “The arch is emblematic of the natural marvels that still await discovery in Afghanistan.”
    WCS researchers discovered the massive arch in late 2010 while surveying the northern edge of the Bamyan plateau for wildlife like ibex and wild sheep.
    The total span of arch, by which natural bridges are ranked, is 210.6 feet, making it the 12th largest natural bridge in the world — and pushing Utah’s Outlaw Arch in Dinosaur National Monument, smaller than Hazarchishma by more than 4 feet, to number 13 on the list.
    Several of the top 20 largest natural arches in the world are located in Utah.
    The world’s largest natural arch, spanning 400 feet, is the Fairy Bridge near the Buliu River in Guangxi, China.

  9. We like the pictures on your blog. Great that you help the people of Japan.


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