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The Taliban Is Targeting Prince Harry In Afghanistan!

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Oh no!

Prince Harry JUST arrived in Afghanistan to begin a four month tour of duty and his life is already in danger!

Our favorite redhead arrived in Taliban country on Friday and the terrorist group announced on Monday that they were doing everything in their power to try to kidnap or assassinate him!

So scary!!!

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid reportedly told sources:

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Veena Malik Sues FHM Over "False" Nudies After Taliban Sends Her Death Threats!

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You see that sexy cover of Veena Malik on FHM??

Yeah? Well the Pakistani reality star says she never took it! She's accusing the website of foul play through photoshop and other clever tricks.

According to her, she never even posed in that position!

But FHM editor Kabeer Sharma says NUH-UH! And they say they have the video to prove it! So obvs, they're considering a countersuit.


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Pakistan Bans Movie About Islamabad Youth!

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Can't say we're surprised by this!

The new Hammad Khan-directed film, Slackistan - which focuses on a group of bored, rich teens living in Islamabad, Pakistan - has been banned by the country's Central Board of Film Censors.

According to reports, they've informed the film's distrubutor, Mara Pictures, that significant cuts would have to be made to the flick - including removing all dialogue that references the Taliban, Osama Bin Laden, Islamic beards and attire, swears, and the word 'lesbian' - if they want the ban removed, and even then, it would STILL be slapped with an 18+ rating.

Khan revealed:

"The censor board's verdict is oppressive, arbitrary and steeped in denial about life outside their government offices. Maybe the establishment's view is that young Pakistanis saying words like Taliban and lesbian represent a more potent threat than the bullets and bombs that are, day by day, finding increasing legitimacy in the country."

Ouch! But he's right!

Not sure that there's anything anyone can do about it, though!

Such a shame that these censorship issues are still so prevalent in countries all over the world.

The US may still have a long way to go, but at least there's always hope that we have the capacity to change and learn and adapt! Lots for which to be thankful!


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