Professor Zaher Wahab spoke to a small group in Portland Oregon in August 2013.
He shared how he was leaving the US, in a couple days, with a team of teachers and study material he collected and translated to teach in Afghanistan.
He talks about the huge corruption problems, and the difficulties in trying to cope in his now war torn country, and how he himself in spite of the danger in taking on this project, and how he is dedicated to bringing education, knowledge and hope to those who are still there in dire need.
A conversation with Professor Zaher Wahab
"Afghanistan: Our Ethical Responsibility"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_55ic68FEJI [video 1hr 45min] Filmed in Portland Oregon on August 14th 2013
An insightful conversation on with Zaher on what is going on in Afghanistan currently and a scope of the massive corruption and first hand information on what this war and foreign influence has done to the country where he grew up in.
He tells of the huge piles of garbage every few block, like never seen before.
He speaks of the agreement with the US of keeping 9 major bases ...
Right now there is 110,000 troops from 48 countries (and 120,000 contractors)
Professor Zaher, left the US for Afghanistan (to teach) a few days after this conversation in Portland.
The last hour in the video is the question and answer part of the conversation.