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Free Mental Health Care for Soldiers and their Families

Free Mental Health Care for Soldiers and their Families

Free Mental Health for Returning Soldiers Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan can now receive the mental health services they need for free. The Soldiers Project is a non-profit organization set up to provide mental health care to soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and their families. The group is made up of licensed mental health professionals who want to help fill the need. These people do this all on a volunteer basis. Services are provided in their private…

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From the Taliban to Teaching

From the Taliban to Teaching

Shavkat Ali was recruited by the Taliban 17 years old. His village in Pakistan was very poor. The Taliban seemed like a way to get out. Ali trained in Chechnya. He was fighting in Afghanistan in 2001. Up until 9/11, he believed in the cause. Then the two Towers fell and Ali began to question the policies of the Taliban and their links to terrorism. Ali came to the conclusion that the Koran did not support those ideals. He left…

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