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Six Degrees Brings Peace to Afghanistan through Cat Parenti-Hammad

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This autobiographical trilogy will give you insights into Afghan tribal customs and religious beliefs experienced by very few outsiders. These beliefs explain many of the current challenges faced by military and other personnel who are trying to bring peace and restore normalcy to Afghanistan. As a small exporter of Afghan handicrafts, traveling back and forth from the USA, Cat Parenti-Hammad lived through the political twists and turns of Afghan history from King Zahir Shah through the rise of the Taliban, 1968 -1992. In this first book, through the lens of this recounting, you will learn the three great laws of Afghanistan that govern all tribes. Knowing these laws provides the keys to those attempting to support the country. “Understand the Afghans, and you will see how to help them,” said Ms. Parenti-Hammad. It is her greatest desire, to minimize troop loss while assisting in the reconstruction of a free and democratic Afghanistan as she did on a small scale during the Soviet pullout. To this end, this trilogy is highly recommended as mandatory reading for anyone serving in Afghanistan. Follow this amazing epic as it unfolds from the beginning to its current day application. Ms. Parenti-Hammad is working with NATO and the UN, to raise awareness regarding the Afghan culture. Discover how she became involved in a romantic relationship that would permanently link her to Afghanistan. Cat Parenti-Hammad grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and lived in Afghanistan on and off for twenty years. She started a successful business selling antique clothing and jewelry to museums and museum shops along the Eastern coast of the United States. Ms. Parenti-Hammad has given presentations on Afghanistan to various public and private organizations, as well as taught Afghan cooking. The author of Healthy Lymph System and A Taste of Afghanistan: the Cuisine of the Crossroads of the World, Ms. Parenti-Hammad lives with her husband and children in Tempe, Arizona.

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