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BREAKING:Afraid of Taliban crackdown, over 100 musicians flee Afghanistan

In excess of 100 music understudies and educators have escaped Afghanistan in a nail-gnawing departure from Kabul following the Taliban’s takeover of the country, their establishment’s author and chief told AFP.

Dreading a crackdown on music by the country’s new chiefs, an absolute 101 individuals from Afghanistan’s top melodic establishment arrived in Doha on Monday evening, Ahmad Sarmast said.

The gathering, about portion of them ladies and young ladies, plan to travel to Portugal with the help of the public authority there, said Sarmast, originator of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music, who presently lives in Melbourne.

In any case, the achievement of the activity was in question as late as possible, he said.

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With assistance from the Qatari international safe haven in Kabul, the artists had been carried in little gatherings to the city’s air terminal, Sarmast said.

In a first obstacle, Taliban assailants monitoring Kabul air terminal scrutinized their visas. Be that as it may, Qatari consulate authorities figured out how to determine the issue.

Then, at that point, the young ladies and ladies were informed that they couldn’t leave the country with their transitory “administration visas”, which are typically given to authorities.

“From the second the Taliban took power in Kabul the victimization music and artists started. Individuals of Afghanistan were hushed by and by,” he said.

The Taliban, who prohibited music inside and out during their severe and harsh standard from 1996 to 2001, cleared once again into power on August 15.

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They have guaranteed a more moderate brand of rule this time — however they have clarified that they will run Afghanistan inside the prohibitive furthest reaches of their translation of sharia law.

The development’s situation on music is conflicting and no reasonable request has yet been given.

At a Taliban rally outside Kabul this end of the week, for instance, strict music was played in front of addresses by clergymen and senior Taliban figures.

– Told to remain at home –

As indicated by Sarmast, the Taliban have advised the melodic establishment’s individuals to remain at home until additional notification. Almost two months after the fact, they have not been given any additional data.

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The getaway from Kabul was only the principal stage, Sarmast said, vowing to work until every one of the 184 leftover personnel and understudies, over a significant time span, were emptied and “rejoined with the remainder of the school”.

During a visit by AFP to the school in Kabul last month, there was no solid of music.

All things considered, Taliban fighters talked and equipped gatekeepers supported Kalashnikovs in the yard, concealed by trees with twirling high pitch clefs splash painted on to their trunks.

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