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Herat Forms the Largest Rally for Dr. Abdullah and His Team

The people of Herat came in droves to the rally in support of Dr. Abdullah and his Reform and Partnership Team! The crowd easily formed the largest human gathering in the history of Afghanistan. One observer present in the crowd reported that the stadium was full to the capacity and tens of thousands were standing outside just listening. Dr. Abdullah himself mentioned in his speech that the fifteen kilometers from the airport to the stadium took two hours of drive because the rush of the crowd on the two sides of the road (reported to be in the tens of thousands) prevented his motorcade to move but at a very slow pace!

The turnout was outstanding in other ways too: The women of Herat showed up in large numbers in colorful attire, ready with songs and slogans. Even one young girl of 8 had a great song saying 'we are too young to vote but we support you.' The Heratis brought a cake with the Team's portrait on it - which the candidate cut!

Many different segments of the Afghan Society had come in and stood in sections: The teachers, students, experts, Mujaheddin, religious clerics, the handicapped and others.

Dr. Abdullah and his running mates in their speeches emphasized the importance of each person's vote and how we should all look out for fraud and report it wherever we encounter it.

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Regional Experts Develop Common Vision for Future Afghanistan
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Meeting a Young Dr. Abdullah

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Abdullah Abdullah Moves Toward Center of Afghan Power


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Dr. Abdullah Abdullah: In His Own Words
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