Journal 4

Journal 4 - Journal 4 The one part in the book, which made...

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Journal 4 The one part in the book, which made me glad, is that it made clear that the majority of Muslims were normal human beings like you and me. They are peaceful, law-abiding citizens who showed extreme care for their fellowmen no matter what race or nationality they belonged to. This fact is obvious throughout the whole book, which is visible when it describes how welcome Mortenson felt in most of the places he visited. Haji Ali of the Korphe village even considered him as his own son. Mortenson had become a popular figure in all the places he visited and most people showed nothing but support for his goals. The speech delivered by Syed Abbas was extremely touching; he seemed to speak for all true Muslims when he denounced the actions of 9/11 by the extremists. And even though a high ranking religious leader like Syed Abbas had no reason to, he humbly asked the forgiveness of the two Americans present, Greg Mortenson and George McCown. Even the widows of Kuardu whose lives were certainly far from perfect offered their
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2009 for the course ENGL 106 taught by Professor Ceyhan during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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