Kabul: Hazara Children in Painting Course

Hazara girls paint during a painting course in Kabul, 01 October 2007. During the Taliban regime many of the arts such as music, photography and painting, specially for girls and women, were banned as they were believed by Taliban leaders to be against Islam.

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