KCBS interviews CSUEB lecturer about Afghanistan peace plan
- July 29, 2010 6:00pm
KCBS anchor Patti Reising interviewed Cal State East Bay Lecturer Farid Younos after he presented his plan for achieving Afghan peace and diplomatic conflict resolution to members of the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C.
Younos said his plan focuses on security, economy, and education. He said, “Afghanistan needs to be demilitarized, while at the same time promoting Islamic democracy rather than a Western-style democracy.”
Listen to the KCBS interview, "Professor's Plan for Peace in Afghanistan."
Read original blog post, "Farid Younos to present Afghan plan for peace to U.S. House of Representatives."
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