Kabul beats

A “Peace Concert” was organised by a youth organisation in Babur Garden in Kabul on October 19, 2013. These shows were banned under the Taliban’s strict Shariah law while they were in power between 1996 and 2001.

Afghan singer Aryana Sayeed performs during the concert. - Photo by AFP
Afghan singer Aryana Sayeed performs during the concert. - Photo by AFP
Young Afghan rappers perform during the concert. - Photo by AFP
Young Afghan rappers perform during the concert. - Photo by AFP
Young Tajik female singer Farida performs during the peace concert. - Photo by AFP
Young Tajik female singer Farida performs during the peace concert. - Photo by AFP
Afghan women cheering during a performance. - Photo by Reuters
Afghan women cheering during a performance. - Photo by Reuters
Afghan men enjoy a song during the concert.  - Photo by AFP
Afghan men enjoy a song during the concert. - Photo by AFP
Afghan rappers during a performance at the concert. - Photo by AFP
Afghan rappers during a performance at the concert. - Photo by AFP
Afghan singer Behzan Zafarmal performs at he concert. - Photo by Reuters
Afghan singer Behzan Zafarmal performs at he concert. - Photo by Reuters
Young Afghan women clap during a performance. - Photo by AFP
Young Afghan women clap during a performance. - Photo by AFP
Afghan girls attend the concert organised by a youth organisation in Kabul. - Photo by Reuters
Afghan girls attend the concert organised by a youth organisation in Kabul. - Photo by Reuters

Comments (3) (Closed)


Skindar
Oct 22, 2013 03:24am

Thats great and good for Afghans. When is Afghan Govt going to recall/rehabilitate 5 million refugees living in Pakistan. They are there now in close to 40 years, are not productive just collecting charity. Involved in smuggling, drugs and terrorism. These individuals should be sent back soon.

Chaigram
Oct 23, 2013 02:53am

@Skindar: Well said Skindar, it is high time.

Kanwaljeet
Oct 23, 2013 08:05am

Good..Keep it up..