KABUL—The Sept. 11 attacks that triggered the U.S. invasion of
Afghanistan also uprooted 16-year-old Abdul Ghattar from his village in
war-torn Helmand province, bringing him to a desolate refugee camp on
the edge of Kabul.
Yet Mr. Ghattar stared blankly when asked whether he knew about al
Qaeda's strike on the U.S., launched a decade ago from Afghan soil.
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