sk an Afghan de-mine

"As you may know, ex-mujahideen deminers working in rural Afghanistan are notoriously poor bloggers; therefore they remain mysterious to those of us who explore the world via the internet. They shall be mysterious no more," writes David Rees who urges you to send your questions for the deminers to him. Rees, the genius behind the Get Your War On comics, is using the Sales from his latest books to fund the deminers through the adopt-a-minefield program. Funding it was not enough for Rees, he wants dialogue.


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