Up in Hazaristan mountains, in Daykundi, winter, snow, facing discrimination by Afghan/Pashtun government and the danger of Afghan/Pashtun terrorist groups such as Taliban, Daesh and Kochi, but still the Hazara student love education.
Please order to unban Kabul Press websites in Iran: open letter from Kabul Press editor to President of Iran
Friday 27 September 2013, by
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Since December 2009, Kabul Press website (www.kabulpress.org) and its mirror website have been banned and filtered in Iran. Thousands of our readers and thousands of these, who are potentially our leaders, do not have free access to Kabul Press. Having free access to information and sources is the right all humans. Like people outside of Iran, Iranians have also right to have access to Kabul Press.
According to your word during your presidential campaign and after that, I ask you to order removing Kabul Press websites filter in Iran.
Kamran Mir Hazar
Kabul Press Editor-in-chief and Publisher
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