Censorship in Afghanistan

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Censorship in Afghanistan is a book by Hazara poet and journalist Kamran Mir Hazar.[1] The book is written in the Dari language, and is the first book to explore the systematic suppression of free speech in Afghanistan that has been a feature of its ruling authorities for hundreds of years.[2] Norwegian publisher IP Plans has published this book. [3]

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  1. ^ http://www.ipplans.com/Books/Censorship_in_Afghanistan_Kamran_Mir_Hazar_IPPlans_KabulPress_Books.pdf
  2. ^ Robert Maier (2010-03-11). "Censorship in Afghanistan: Death to journalists - Kabul Press | Afghanistan Press | کابل پرس | افغانستان پرس". Kabul Press. Retrieved 2011-08-09. 
  3. ^ "سانسور در افغانستان - Kabul Press | Afghanistan Press | کابل پرس | افغانستان پرس". Kabul Press. Retrieved 2011-08-09. 

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