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"In the name of God, most Gracious, most Compassionate"


One Man’s Mission to Promote Harmony and Build Bridges Amongst Diverse Ethnicities and Religious Sects……
…….The Benevolence Legacy Carries on For Generations...

A counter to the maxim divide and rule is "United we stand, divided we fall".

A must revealed true events and circumstances that support the above quote, which is pertain to my grandfather, Mohammad Hashim Khan, a Durrani Pashtun, and Malik Sayed Mohammad, an ethnic Hazara who was charged for the murder of a child.

Indeed, the story is vitally needed to promote peace and stability in a decades old war-stricken Afghanistan.
Evidently a powerful tale, which models a clear perception of how Afghanistan was once maintained politically, socially, and ethnically.
It's also an essential means to understand the true traditional and social bonds between different ethnic backgrounds; in this case, a Pashtun and a Hazara, and religious sects; a Sunni and Shiites.

Thus, I’m the sole source with the help of my family, relatives and friends, who have clear understanding of this untold tale, to be revealed for the first time ever in "Seeds of Unity".

I'm sincerely grateful for everyone supporting me to piece this story together.

So, help me God!  

Khalil Nouri

“Miracles are a retelling in small letters of the very same story which is written across the whole world in letters too large for some of us to see.”

~C.S. Lewis



This is about Amanullah (ămənŏŏl´ə), 1892–1960, Emir (1919–26) and King (1926–29) of Afghanistan.
To win popular support for his rule he invaded India in an attempt to free Afghanistan from British-ruled India. No serious fighting occurred, however, and the Treaty of Rawalpindi was soon signed (1919). He attempted to introduce a number of Western reforms and changed the country from an emirate to a kingdom. His subjects rebelled against his program, and he fled the country in 1929. He remained in exile in Switzerland until his

“Although personally I have been unsuccessful, my principles will never be a failure in Afghanistan.”

~King Amanullah-Bombay, May 30, 1929


Seeds of Unity

A Nonfiction Afghan Story 

By: Khalil Nouri

of a King

By: Khalil Nouri
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