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Taliban now endorse TVs – what programmes won them over?

by | 27th, February 2013

BETTER known for endorsing holy war and the death penalty for rape victims, the Taleban have taken to giving their stamp of approval to consumer electronic products. TV for example. Sadly the brand wasn’t specified but we understand that Mohammed Qalamuddin, the former head of the Taliban’s religious police, enjoys watching the TV and is fine if you do it too. T he Guardian interviewed him on what the future holds.

‘”It would not be like before,” he told  indicating the television, which he banned in 1998, in the corner of his own living room.’

Previously television, music and cinema had been banned under Taleban rule for being unIslamic, making the country a real nightmare for consumer

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