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M. Nasim (alias Kaihan Broomand)Offline

The dream of an Afghan atheist

5 mn read We are a generation whose whole life is tied to the war. During my childhood in the 90s, I first saw the Taliban. People with angry and scary faces, whose names people were afraid to hear. During the previous period of Taliban rule,  the destruction caused by war and violence shattered the hopes and dreams of the people. This period finally came to an end in 2001 with the establishment of a new government supported by the United States and NATO forces. This gave new hope and freedom that blossomed in the hearts of the people. It was not long

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Nightmare of Afghan Atheists, LGBTQs and Human rights Activists

2 mn read The growth of Extremism under the Taliban regime A country like Afghanistan is often associated with Islamic extremist ideologies whose religious beliefs have led to the extermination, repression, and marginalization of other religious minorities, LGBTQs, and human-right activists. With the rise of the Islamic extremist group (Taliban) in Afghanistan, whose primitive thoughts and ideas are nothing more than intimidation, barbarism, bigotry, and radical ideology, has created a difficult atmosphere for religious minorities, LGBTQs, and women’s right activists. Unfortunately, the arrests and disappearances of people belonging to these groups are increasing rapidly every day. With the beginning of the Taliban regime,

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