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Pashtun Traditions versus Western Perceptions

Leo Karrer


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1  The SIL International is a Christian NGO, whose aims comprise religious proselytism. Its work has nevertheless received international appreciation in contributing to the study of languages. It holds consultative status at UNESCO.


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