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Pakistan’s pagan Kalash tribe targeted by Taliban

By France24
14 October 2023   |   4:08 pm
North-western Pakistan, near the border with Afghanistan, is home to a secluded tribe: the Kalash people. The pagan tribe are Pakistan's last polytheistic community, who have avoided mass Islamisation. But lately they have become the target of attacks from the Pakistani Taliban, who are now based in Afghanistan.

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