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Sima Samar

January 25, 2008

Sima Samar

Sima Samar

Sima Samar, director of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, received numerous threats and was dubbed the "Salmon Rushdie of Afghanistan" by Jihadi newspapers after she gave an interview with a Canadian newspaper during which she spoke of secularism.

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