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March 12, 2005

Blog Free Afghanistan

Jeff Jarvis points us to the first blog from Afghanistan. Jarvis quotes the blog: "During the Taliban we didn’t have internet system in Afghanistan but now there are about 25 net cafes in Kabul, and also some in Herat, Kandahar and Balkh provinces. People are really interested to use the internet but its too expensive for people to use it — only rich people can afford it." Jarvis adds, "Sounds like an opportunity for some wonderful foundation out there." Let me add: This sounds like a fantastic opportunity for a Christian ministry that wants to share the love of God through Christ with the Afghan people. Do any mission agencies out there want to set up an affordable cybercafe in Afghanistan?

Posted by Steve K. at March 12, 2005 09:04 PM


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