Afghan Times

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Afghan Times is an Afghan Christian internet News Network with daily news from Afghanistan and the Afghan Christians inside and outside Afghanistan.


The editor of this news group is Hussain Andaryas who himself is a Muslim convert to Christianity. This news group is operated from the United States and is located in the state of Tennessee.

The Afghan Times brought the attention of the International media towards the arrest of the Afghan Christian, Abdul Rahman[1][2] who was being prosecuted in Kabul for converting to Christianity and if convicted could face the death penalty. He was eventually released for what was said were mental illness reasons.


  1. ^ Gretchen Peters; Lara Setrakian; Bilal Sarwary (22 March 2006). "Christian Convert Faces Execution". ABC World News. Archived from the original on 20 August 2006. Retrieved 2006-08-17. 
  2. ^ Daniel Cooney (20 March 2006). "Christian Faces Capital Charge In Afghanistan". New York Sun. Associated Press. Retrieved 2006-08-17. 

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