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16 Days in Afghanistan

Mithaq Kazimi is a film director and producer, mostly known for his documentary film "16 Days in Afghanistan" which he produced and edited.

16 days in Afghanistan (DVD) has something for every age, gender and background: It is a personal journey of enlightenment where you learn about living conditions, employment, education, women, opium, religion, children,   security, food, music, health, history, family, traditions, tourist attractions and everything else that composes a culture.  Source:  - For more details, please visit: 16 Days in Afghanistan

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