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Widows reach beyond 9/11 to aid Afghans
The Boston Globe ^
| Texas Old Dude
Posted on 05/13/2006 9:23:49 PM PDT by Texas Old Dude
KABUL, Afghanistan -- The two Massachusetts women walk down a fly-infested alley where sewage from mud huts drains onto the dirt walkway. In a tiny backyard, they find two dozen chickens, five children -- and one Afghan war widow. Patti Quigley of Wellesley and Susan Retik of Needham -- whose husbands were killed in the Sept. 11 attacks
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These women seem to personify charity, although I did not fully check into the back ground.
To: Texas Old Dude
Seems like a good article about two generous women...the Boston Fishwrap didn't try to shoehorn in their liberal anti-war bias...there must be something more to it!
I guess I'll find out tomorrow when I pick it up off of my driveway.
posted on 05/13/2006 9:40:13 PM PDT
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