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Features a story about Afghans and Americans gathering together to share an important traditional Afghan meal called an iftar. The meal consisted of traditional Afghan food: rice, meat, yogurt, melons and flatbread. But having the dinner inan American dining facility, or DFAC, is not so traditional. U.S. Linguist Abdul (Ahn-Dish-Mahn) considered the meal inspirational, even though hosting an iftar dinner in an American DFAC is a fairly new tradition. It’s on that many hope will continue. Hosted by Sgt. Richard Fink.



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This work, 1-40 Cav. Hosts Iftar Dinner, by SGT Richard Fink, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.28.2009

Date Posted:09.28.2009

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:23700

Length:00:01:45

Filename:0909/DOD_100053832.mp3

Location:PAKTYA PROVINCE, AFGlobe

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