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Tag Archive: Afghan

Sep 05 2013

I’m a dishonour to culture and tradition; a black mark on faith and religion

Have you heard the lovely Aryana singing about the plight of Afghan women? She’s one of the judges of an Afghan singing competition (The Voice) and has received threats for appearing on TV unveiled. In the below interview in English, she says: Being a woman, the problem is… whatever she does in Afghanistan is a …

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Apr 03 2012

I am an Afghan

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Afghans living in Isfahan, Iran were banned from the city’s mountainous park called Sofheh on April 1 or the 13th day of Norouz (Iranian New Year) – a day people are meant to spend outdoors – in order ‘to ensure citizens’ security and welfare’, according to the Travel Committee’s police department. This is just the latest …

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