Taliban tactic of forcing mosque attendance under fire

November 1996
Christian Science Monitor;11/6/96, Vol. 88 Issue 240, p13
Reports that the Taliban religious army in Kabul, Afghanistan forces residents to attend worship. Opposition to Taliban actions by Islamic priest Mullah Abdul Rahof; Information on Taliban army; Argument in favor of forced mosque attendance.


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