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Interview With Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

Editor's Note: "I believe in telling the truth," says filmmaker Sharmeed Obaid-Chinoy. In this webcam interview, she tells us why she undertook such a dangerous journey in her native Pakistan to document how the Taliban are repressing young girls and recruitIng children to carry out suicide attacks. She provides an update on some of the characters in her documentary and chilling behind-the-scenes details about her meeting with a Taliban commander. Watch her full report, "Children of the Taliban," online and share your reactions to the film.

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Morgan Davis - Provo, UT
Thank you for this story. It is so valuable to see the inside of what is going on and what is at stake in the rise of militant extremists with religion as their weapon. Your reporting is so courageous and compelling. I wish I could tell the whole world to watch this.