Run Out

Rubin, Elizabeth
November 2001
New Republic;11/19/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 21, p24
Presents a real life incidence from Saber Ali, who was tortured by the Taliban government of Afghanistan for his association with political radical Ahmed Shah Massoud of the Islamic State of Afghanistan. Public opinion of the Taliban government in Afghanistan; Details of Ali's experiences, including his capture and imprisonment; Reflections on how he came to be wanted by both the Taliban and the Northern Alliance.


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