Kabul Pub Is No More

By Irish America Staff
August / September 2003
By Irish America Staff
August / September 2003

In the last issue we wrote about Kabul’s new Irish pub. Well, it seems that the publicity did not do the pub, frequented by off-duty aid workers and American Embassy personnel, any good. Under warnings of bomb threats, the Irish owners decided to close down. Alcohol is banned in Afghanistan, but the pub had been operating under a special dispensation from a local mullah. ♦

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