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Archive for December 17th, 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 امروز درفینال مسابقات جام جهانی بی خانمانها تیم

اتحاد افغانستان درمقابل تیم پرقدرت شوروی قرارگرفت وبا نتیجه 5 بر4 تیم روسیه را شکست داد وبه مقام قهرمانی دست یافتند. ما این پیروزی بزرگ را  به این قهرما نان عزیز و مردوم افغانستان در سراسر جهان تبریک می گویم

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WHEN Shaheen Hasmat and his family arrived in Australia from Afghanistan as refugees five years ago, the year 8 student knew only a few words in English, like yes and no.

Despite his love of numbers — he admits to reading physics websites in his spare time — his schooling in the war-torn capital, Kabul, had been sporadic at best.

On Monday night, just hours before the VCE results were released, the 17-year-old paced his family’s Thomastown home while his mother and five siblings slept, feeling the weight of the world on his shoulders and unable to sleep.

But yesterday, Shaheen was the dux of Reservoir District Secondary College, with a near-perfect tertiary score, or ENTER, of 99.8 and the promise of a scholarship to study medicine at Monash University.

He achieved a perfect score of 50 in specialist maths, scores above 45 for English, physics, chemistry and maths methods, and first class honours for university physics.

“When I found out I lay on the floor and prayed, thanking God,” he said. “Knowledge has always been valued in my family and I just felt so grateful to be able to do this.”

His delight was shared by his older brother, Poya, 18, who was the dux of their school last year, with an ENTER of 97.95.

 

Story from : theage news paper