Escape from Kabul
On Sunday 5 August 2001, Australian aid workers Diana Thomas and Peter Bunch were suddenly seized by Afghanistan's radical Taliban regime. Accused of spreading Christianity in the feverently Muslim nation, they and six colleagues from the international aid organisation Shelter Now spent the next 103 days in harsh prisons, not knowing whether they would be released or sentenced to death. They were finally rescued by the US Special Forces in the dead of night.
This story uncovers the shadowy world of the Taliban: the mind games, the gruelling interrogations and the deprivations of captivity. It also reveals the inspiring resilience of the human spirit.
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