Koh E Murad
- Balochistan's Zikri Community in Grave Danger
- Their sacred place of worship is known as Koh-e-Murad, which is located in my hometown Turbat, Balochistan. The word “Koh” means “mountain” and “Murad” means “needs.” It is difficult to predict their populations.
- Over to factional fighting
- While the Afghan government watched in anticipation the weakening of the Taliban due to the factional fighting, the violence blocked roads, caused injuries to fighters and civilians, resulted in property losses and displaced people in Zer-e-Koh area of ...
- Is There Such a Thing as Safe Synthetics?
- We're regaled daily with news about the power of organic everything. But when it comes to beauty regimens, all synthetics are not as evil as they seem. James Wojcik / Designed by Michael Stillwell.
- This Afghan Woman Was Just Stoned To Death Because She Fell In Love
- Caught, days later, and accused of adultery and / or having sex before marriage, Rokhshana and Mohammad were both tried in Firoz Koh, the provincial capital of rural Ghor. But while both were found guilty, their punishments were markably different.
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