No Good Men Among the Living - Part 4 (Chapters 10-12) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Ten returns to Akbar Gul, previously known as Mullah Cable, who had fled from his Taliban unit to Pakistan, then to Iran in an attempt to find work. With the Taliban’s fall, President Hamid Karzai encouraged Afghan refugees to return and help rebuild their country. Akbar Gul heeded this call, but was unable to find a job in Kabul, thus he returned to his ancestral home in Wardak province. Akbar Gul was optimistic about the future of Afghanistan and believed that the American presence might ultimately be beneficial in providing stability. He began working at a small electronics shop and quickly became known for his ability to fix cell phones. His reputation, though somewhat based on the fact the he would secretly buy his customers entirely new phones if he broke theirs, spread through neighboring districts, enriching Akbar Gul and...

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