Censorship in Afghanistan

Censorship in Afghanistan Kamran Mir Hazar
  • Title: Censorship in Afghanistan
  • Author: Kamran Mir Hazar
  • ISBN: 9788293037
  • Page: 308
  • Format: ebook
  • Censorship in Afghanistan Kamran Mir Hazar Censorship in Afghanistan Since the beginning of the Karzai regime in twenty Afghan journalists have been murdered and than violent physical attacks against journalists have been logged Scores have fled Afghanistan
    Since the beginning of the Karzai regime in 2002, twenty Afghan journalists have been murdered, and than 200 violent physical attacks against journalists have been logged Scores have fled Afghanistan after receiving threats against them and their families Journalists have been sentenced to death, and several remain in jail after being arrested for their work RadioSince the beginning of the Karzai regime in 2002, twenty Afghan journalists have been murdered, and than 200 violent physical attacks against journalists have been logged Scores have fled Afghanistan after receiving threats against them and their families Journalists have been sentenced to death, and several remain in jail after being arrested for their work Radio and television stations, print media, and Internet services have been attacked, blocked, damaged, and even burned to the ground by government and other politico religious agents and gangs.Continue reading kabulpress my spipp art
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    About Kamran Mir Hazar


    1. Kamran Mir Hazar is a Hazara Norwegian poet, journalist, activist, and webmaster He has published several poetry books in English, including the anthology, Poems for The Hazara 125 poets from 68 countries , The Cry of a Mare About to Become a Butterfly, and Stream of Deer His new poetry book titled Hazaristan with Haiku Body and a Yellow Mandela will appear in Hazaragi, English, and Italian in 2015 Kamran s poems have been translated into English, Spanish, Dutch, Arabic, Japanese, Italian and Romanian He has been invited to several international poetry festival including the International Poetry Festival of Medellin, the Poetry International Poetry Festival Rotterdam and the International Festival of Curtea de Arge ,Romania Kamran Mir Hazar is the author of the non fiction book, Censorship in Afghanistan He has been the publisher and editor in chief of the on line news site, Kabul Press for ten years Kamran Mir Hazar is a member of Norwegian PEN.


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