KABUL, Afghanistan

A young Afghan girl with paralyzed hands and feet makes a living for her family by selling the paintings she draws with her mouth.

Rubaba Muhammadi, 20, who has painted a total of 250 pictures since her childhood without taking any formal education, also gives painting lessons to about 25 people, including people with disabilities in her home.

“I started painting by being influenced by a rose that I saw on television,” Muhammadi told Anadolu Agency, saying being paralyzed is not an obstacle for her.

“People in my condition should never lose hope”, she said, adding: “There is

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