“Communications in Afghanistan is under the control of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT). It has rapidly expanded after the Karzai administration took over in late 2001, and has embarked on wireless companies, internet, radio stations and television channels.” wiki
Comment: It is an open question as to why the Taliban occupiers of Kabul have not yet begun to shut down the ability of their critics to transmit to the outer world the visual and testimonial evidence of their actions.
Perhaps they are simply not organized enough to have begun the job of erecting a communications wall around the emirate. pl
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