The Bookseller of Kabul - My Mother Osama, pg. 244-266 Summary & Analysis

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My Mother Osama, pg. 244-266 Summary and Analysis

The battle against the al-Qaida and bin Ladin takes place along the Afghan-Pakistani border. Tajmir is one of the men the area charged with finding them. He is presently acting as interpreter for an American magazine. Tajmir lives near Sultan and his family and turns his paycheck over to his mother, Feroza.

Tajmir is married with a small daughter. He is telling his life story to a journalist named Bob. After lunch they see some soldiers of Padsha Khan and stop to talk to them. Padsha Kahn rules the region as the local warlord. Feroza does not know that he receives extra pay for travel in danger areas. Bob and Tajmir go on to Khost, which is where Mullah Omar and the Taliban had their base. Bob interviews Kamal Khan, the commander. These...

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