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Gul Agha Alizadah is optimistic for the future of his native Afghanistan, but
says the war-ravaged territory will be rebuilt only when Afghanis themselves
make that decision. The international community has had an enormous
impact, with clinics, schools and universities helped by international aid,
which has stirred economic growth. The ''proud Afghani Kiwi'' teen is
passionate about his adopted country. ''New Zealand truly is a multi-cultural
nation. There are no barriers, no racism. It's such a great, free country that
celebrates its diversity.'' ANNA PRICE reports.
TEEN TALENT: Gul Agha Alizadah, selected as youth parliament representative
for the Ilam electorate.
EVEN AS Afghani refugee Gul
Agha Alizadah flew into Auckland
at the tender age of 8, he knew''
he had a future and a hope.
He little realised this might
include joining parliament here
while yet in his teens.
Now aged 17 and in his final
year at Burnside High School, Gul
Agha has been selected as Ilam's
Youth Parliament representative,
from a strong lineup of candidates.
Ilam MP, Earthquake Recovery
Minister Gerry Brownlee is
delighted with his choice.
Gul Agha knows the import-
ance of having a voice','' Mr
Brownlee said. I'm sure he will
give 100 per cent.''
Rapt as Gul Agha is, no-one
could be more proud than his
They just couldn't believe it.
They supported me. All the sacri-
fice my dad had made, paid off. He
knew what he had achieved was
the reason we came.
It's a great privilege, a fantastic
honour to be given this.''
Gul Agha will be studying for a
degree in political science and
economics next year at the Univer-
sity of Canterbury. Ultimately he
wants to be a member of parlia-
ment. He also has a part-time job
at a supermarket checkout.
I'm passionate about politics
and service to humanity,'' he said.
I will be proud to get my degrees
here and be of service to Kiwis.
New Zealand has been good to
me. I have got to know myself and
my character, and formed my
dreams. I feel it's an absolute privi-
lege being granted New Zealand
citizenship and I'm proud to be a
Kiwi and receive a world-class edu-
He has powerful memories of
Afghanistan. His home province,
Ghazni, is south of the capital
Kabul, and as a minority Hazara
region has been the target of
relentless Taliban persecution.
He also remembers seeing
foreign soldiers in Kabul -- they
had a positive connotation for us''.
Some people interpreted the
situation as an invasion of Afghan-
istan. However, most saw it as
international support that was
present to help the country and
protect the people of Afghanistan.''
Gul Agha, who speaks Dari, has
a vision for himself and his com-
patriots here -- we young Afghanis
want to grow as independent peo-
ple and and grow into proud Afgh-
The best life you can have is not
making a lot of money or having
wealth, but it is to help and serve
New Zealand means a lot to me.
Had I been living in Afghanistan I
wouldn't be enjoying all these
privileges I have here. It would be
hard to pursue your dreams and
We always ask what is the pur-
pose of living. Is a good life based
on your bank account? We believe
a good life is to influence others
and bring improvements to their
You land in a country like New
Zealand and you know there is a
future for you. New Zealand truly
is a multi-cultural nation. There
are no barriers, no racism. It's such
a great country that celebrates its
Youth Parliament 2013 will be held
on July 16 and 17.
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