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Snow-capped mountains emerge gently into view in the distance, covered in pine trees at the highest elevations. Men cross the river at shallow points with herds of animals while women tend the fields in colorful dresses. Having traversed the Hindu Kush and the Kabul riverbed, we slip into Asadabad, a tiny provincial capital nestled along the Kunar River only a few miles from the Pakistani border. After a brief search by a security guard, we arrive in the city after passing a U. V We first met Hajji Zalwar Khan over tea and lunch in the Pech Valley in a house clinging to a cliff high above the valley floor.
Utilizing relationships with local Kunaris that have been nurtured over the last decade, we determined the best method for contacting the Korengali council was through an acquaintance who, in his younger years, was a Hizb-e-Islami commander for Gulbuddin Hekmatyar. He readily agreed to host what he said would be the social event of the season: Two Americans and the entire council of elders from the Korengal Valley. On the valley floor outside the windows of the house are the remnants of FOB Michigan, turned over to the Afghan Army in The small base was a way station for U.
Soldiers rotated out of the valley from other bases in the Pech for a weekend of relief from the fighting before being sent back. Zalwar Khan himself could only remember the name of one U. The elders stuck largely to formalities in our initial meeting in earlywhich was as slow and uninformative as we expected it to be given that the only objective of the meeting was to introduce ourselves, explain our purpose and painstakingly start building a rapport. Zalwar Khan spoke two short sentences over two hours, delegating to younger elders to talk about the weather, the harvest, and the ancient history of the valley, our neutral topics guaranteed not to offend.
With all of us seated along the edges of a room on cushions, the two of us at the head of the rectangle, we slowly began asking questions. Boys from the house, when not listening to the conversation, continuously ran between everyone, refilling tea glasses with boiling water. After two hours of slow and deliberate conversation, the boys, on cue from a nod by the house owner, disappear and return minutes later with dozens of plates of freshly killed chickens and heaps of sliced vegetables alongside bowls of soup and stacks of warm bread.
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One of them rolls out a food mat onto the carpet, filling in the rectangular space in front of us while the elders scooch closer. Another boy walks around and offers a water jug and basin for everyone to wash their hands. As is customary, nobody talks while we eat, and the room is full of the sounds of hungry men eating food prepared by several women we will never meet or, Sexy women in asadabad custom, even ask about. The two of us exchange glances with each other as the rest of the room digs into the food with their hands—the atmosphere, with all of the elders smiling and passing around the plates in accordance with their standings in the tribal hierarchy, with Zalwar Khan, in a show of modesty, refusing food until everyone else has started eating, is peaceful and calm, and makes a mockery of our concerns about being mistreated.
After everyone has had their fill, we thank them for their time and arrange our next meeting. The nods continue and we part ways. We drive back to Asadabad in silence, where we switch cars for security reasons and begin the six hour drive back home. Neither of us says a word until we begin the ascent through the mountains back up into Kabul as the sun sets, a blinding orange turning slowly to a peaceful purple and light blue. Our headphones are in, with one of us listening to jazz and the other to heavy metal, snaking the cables under our shalwar kameezes and pakol hats. For every subsequent meeting, of which there were more than a dozen over the Looking for some nsa in baton rouge of a year, we started off talking about the jihad, heeding advice from two researchers who spent years in Kandahar working in close proximity to the Sexy women in asadabad.
On this subject, the elders cannot stop talking. Reality exploded into myth, with every boy in the region today claiming his father was responsible for wiping out entire divisions of Soviet armed columns or downing their feared Hind helicopters. Over the course of these meetings, Zalwar Khan, whose name in Pashto means brave leader, becomes more relaxed. On several occasions, he arrives alone, allowing us total access and him the ability to speak frankly about sensitive topics without other elders listening.
Alone or in groups, he begins to take the seat closest to us, and is increasingly animated, waving his hands and even slapping our knees while joking he relays a popular joke from the valley related to a man needing to wait hours for another truck in a remote area after breaking the shocks on his truck while having sex with his wives or asking a question. Even if there is a translator present, he starts looking us in the eye directly as he talks, almost trying to will us to understand his point of view. He is at the peak of his abilities as a narrator as he talks about the jihad against the Soviet Union.
With his status as a commander during that war, his story is also the story of Kunar. He sticks only to specifics—the dates of operations, the number of people killed on both sides, even the number of bullets fired. Decades ago, he may well have been one of the first people to fire bullets at Afghan soldiers backed by the Soviet Union, as the Pech Valley was the first region in Afghanistan to rebel. The circumstances—a downward spiral in relations triggered by minor events—is similar to the situation the Americans would find themselves in 30 years later.
Then, it was the arrest of a popular leader named Mullah Kareem without just cause that provided the spark. Zalwar Khan figured prominently in the repulsion of the Soviets from the Pech Valley, leading attacks up and down the valley, and ultimately from Kunar as the Soviets withdrew to Jalalabad. He fought under the flag of Hizb-e Islami Khalis, a prominent Afghan mujaheddin unit formed by Yunis Khalis, who met with President Reagan in and who subsequently called for another jihad—this time against the Americans—in before dying of old age in His rationale for embracing that period—one remembered by minorities, women and the world as the closest thing to hell a country had gone through in decades—is rooted in Islam.
If someone acted poorly, they were dealt with. The Taliban were Islamic and brought Islam with them, and all our justice is guided by Islam and the Quran. Whatever is acceptable to Islam is acceptable to us. We all know each other, we are essentially family, so stealing and killing are not problems we have. Also, we can only talk about the Taliban in our area, and our relations were good. Our ideology was one. They first provided security and then they provided a stable economy for us. Attacks against the Afghan government are still planned by insurgents if not in his village of Aliabad, then certainly nearby. He shifts his position on the cushions more than usual indicating his discomfort, but eventually, slowly and deliberately, he starts talking.
As a famous Afghan storyteller put it: If he does not, his sister will not look him in the eye, his mother will disown him, and his wife will be unable to bear the shame. They fell out of the sky and were so loud, so unstoppable. He spoke equally unemotionally about the Taliban. He insists that this lack of information was shared on the Taliban side, who, while they knew where the Americans were, never knew how many soldiers they were going up against and how many bases they had at their disposal. They had at least seven bases, but they also operated out of a few houses sometimes, which made it difficult to count the exact number.
VI The second-to-last time we met Zalwar Khan, he brought a man he introduced as his cousin. Crowned in a gray woolen pakol, the man was in his early thirties and exuded a look we know well—the confidence of a trained killer who had seen combat. His wide eyes, betraying his surprise at meeting two Americans, seemed to stare into our souls until he reconciled our existence so close to his own. He was most certainly a fighter or commander from the valley sent along to see what Zalwar Khan had been talking about with the local councils about our meetings.
We met on the third floor of a shabby building in Asadabad in an impossibly spare room that we dragged cushions into. They are two hours late to our meeting, held up by fighting on the road. Zalwar Khan, apologizing for being late, is relaxed and the mood is light. We chat like soldiers from opposing sides decades after the last bullet was fired. We take no notes and instead talk leisurely about life and the future. Lunch finally arrives, this time not a sumptuous feast but fish wrapped in a military newspaper distributed on U.
For a while we sit quietly digging through pieces of fish, the tiny bones getting stuck in our teeth. We continuously pause to pull them out while Zalwar Khan and his companion smirk at us and chew unbothered. With lunch finished, the mood relaxed and the fighter finally starting to make eye contact with us, it seems the perfect time to ask the big question. The conversation falls off and silence hangs in the air. Our heart rates once again rising, we exchange glances and barely perceptible nods, the two of us agreeing that this is the moment. Zalwar Khan takes a deep breath and sits still. After all, life in today's world can be lonely at times.
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