A song that appeared on the internet a few days ago called ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ is a red herring, as it is not a song by the British duo Led Zeppelin but a song about the war in Afghanistan.
Led Zeppelin were among the bands that played at the War Memorial in London in the late 1960s, when the British government decided to withdraw from Afghanistan.
But the war has not ended, as there is still a significant presence of Taliban militants in the country, and the British Government still considers Afghanistan to be a ‘hostile territory’.
“Bajraj” is a popular song in Afghanistan, particularly among youth.
It’s been used to mock the Taliban.
The song is played during a time when people are afraid to walk alone in the dark, and it’s also used to celebrate the British soldiers who fought in Afghanistan and died there.
It’s a song of defiance against the Taliban, but it is also used by the Taliban to make the point that their fighters are not the enemy.
The Taliban also use the song to glorify the suicide bombers that the British have killed.
“Baji”, a popular Pakistani song, is about the death of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who died of a heart attack at the age of 79.
The Pakistanis, who were part of the liberation forces in Afghanistan in the 1970s, have become notorious for their use of song in their propaganda.
The Taliban also used the song in an advertisement for the band, saying that the song glorifies the war that they fought.
In an interview with The Telegraph, the lead singer of the band played the song at a music event in the UK.
“I just want to say that Bajrangji Bhaijan is a song that has been played in our country for over two decades, which is a great song.
It is a wonderful song.
This is a very red herringe.
It has a very dark and tragic context,” said the singer of Bajrajaan.
“But it’s the voice of a young man that sings it, and this is his voice.
We are so proud of him.”
The singer, who has not been identified, added that the Taliban’s song has been used for many years to mock Pakistan’s government.
“Pakistanis are being used as propaganda tools.
The songs are not about Pakistan.
It speaks about Afghanistan,” he said.