What life is like for Christians in Afghanistan since the Taliban takeover
As the Taliban took over Afghanistan, images of chaos at the Kabul airport showed Afghanis desperately trying to leave the country, even hanging on to airplanes, or passing their children through a fence to get them into the airport – the only place the U.S. still had control.
Life for people in Afghanistan is now under the scrutiny of the Taliban. And for Christians, this could be deadly.
Shoaib Ebadi came to Canada in 2000 as a refugee. His sister and niece still live in the country, and fear the dangerous situation of being a Christian and female in Afghanistan. He is now the executive director for Square One World Media, a show that ministers to Christians in Afghanistan and Iran.
Ebadi tells Maggie John what life is like for Afghani Christians since the Taliban takeover.