Afghanistan: Challenging the Taliban Through Music
Music has not resonated in the atmosphere of Afghanistan since the Taliban came to power because music has been banned in public places.
The Taliban consider music to be anti-Islamic. Not only this, the Taliban has also closed the prestigious National Institute of Music of Afghanistan.
After this the students of the institute were forced to leave the country. Now the former students here are trying to keep the music of their country alive, see Shekiba Habibi’s report.
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