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Taliban graffiti decorates a US Marines Battalion Command Headquarters in Afghanistan

Interesting.  It reminds me of cave paintings that date back to 30,000 BCE, in the Upper Paleolithic era, according to Wikipedia.  Read more about the ancient art.

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Taliban graffiti shows an AK-47 assault rifle and the word 'Allah' at left, along with Taliban fighters at right, decorating a wall in the Musa Qala district center and the current Battalion Command Headquarters for the U.S. Marine 3rd Battalion 2nd Marines based out of Camp Lejeune, N.C., Monday, July 25, 2011 in Helmand province, Afghanistan. The district center, once a large opium market under Taliban control also served as sleeping quarters for opium addicts. The graffiti, from that period, depicts Taliban fighters shooting down Russian, American or coalition planes, blowing up their tanks and taking their prisoners. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

David Goldman / AP

Taliban graffiti shows an injured enemy soldier at right being carried away during an attack decorating a wall.