COLLAGE OF AFGHANISTAN & IRAN
You are seeing a true hero! An elderly man takes his granddaughters to school in his work cart. Imagine Afghans love and thirst for education. Yet girls schools above 6th grade remain closed. What a shame for all of us!
Aylar Haqi died last night after being thrown off a roof by Islamic Republic security forces. She was a medical student at Tabriz Azad University and sacrificed her life for the freedom of her fellow Iranians.
Aliza Haidari asked her mother few months ago to make a special celebration for her 18th birthday. What a tragic situation for Aliza! Before her birthday Aliza killed in Kaj center. Her mom celebrated her 18th year on her grave in West #Kabul. #StopHazaraGenocide
Taliban in Mazar-e Sharif don’t allow women wearing anything else than chadori into Blue Mosque – even in their face is covered with niqab, scarf or mask. Wondering if they have even seen pics of women performing Hajj, visiting Mecca without even covering their faces.
#KianPirfalak, 10 years old, was murdered by the Iranian regime yesterday in Izeh city. This is a sickening crime against humanity. Since the protests began 56 children and teenagers have been killed #MahsaAmini
An Iranian girl used a sanitary napkin to hide the CCTV camera in the subway during protests today.
For not being afraid of kissing ✌️ This viral photo shows an Iranian couple kissing in the street in defiance of the Islamic Republic’s “taboos”.
Parwin Sadat, a women’s rights activist, has been missing since last night. According to reports, Parwin Sadat sent a message to her friends last night saying that the #Taliban were behind his house and since then she has disappeared.
When Kabul Was at Peace – 1970’s. Afghan women had a choice, a choice in how to dress, how to educate themselves, Afghanistan – before and now.s
The Taliban arrested another woman rights activist today! Humaira Yusuf, one of the active members of Afghanistan women protesters was arrested today by the Taliban intelligence forces. Humaira is the sixth woman protester that the Taliban have arrested in the last ten days.
This little baby boy is selling balloons on the streets of Kabul to make enough money so that his family can have dinner. What a burden to carry for a child. Today, more than 2 million children work to survive in Afghanistan. This is a crime against humanity.
425 days since the Taliban banned girls from attending secondary school. 418 days since girls in Afghanistan were prevented from getting an education. 418 days of trauma, depression, and hopelessness. 418 days…💔
The #Taliban department of promotion of virtue and prohibition of vice in Faryab province has issued a notice banning women from entering amusement parks, public baths, gyms and sports clubs.
In case you’re wondering how things are going for women in Afghanistan….
Banned from parks !
Beaten at university doors!
Forcibly examined for signs of puberty in grade school (i.e. assaulted) !
Stoned Driven to suicide !
Killed in genocidal attacks!
A group of women in protest against new #Taliban policy which banns #Afghanistan women from going to the gyms & parks say that they are excluded from all spheres of life & are not allowed to study, work, go to park & do sports. While weeping, they say why no one listens to them?
Today the Taliban have arrested Farhat Popalzai, a women’s rights activist who was protesting against the #Taliban restrictions on women’s rights to work and education. Meanwhile, it is been 7 days that several other women rights activist are in #Taliban custody.
Wish out war was like our childhood, our weapons were playing and our bullet were the smiles. The war that doesn’t need any education and skills and never destroy while it’s making. Let’s Start World War of Smiles!
In the past 2 months, more than half a billion $ have been handed over to #Afghanistan Central Bank, which is under control of #Taliban regime. About $ 2 billion have been transferred to Afghanistan by Int’l community during past year & there is no information about how this money is spent.
Fatema Amiri lost the sight of one eye and the hearing of one ear in a suicide attack on Kaj educational center- based in west of Kabul. An attack that killed at least 54 Hazara girls and injured more than 100 other Hazara students. Ten days later, the entrance exam of the universities started in AFG. Fatemeh went to the exam stage with deep wounds in her body and soul.
40 days after the attack, Fatemeh is preparing to start her studies at the Faculty of Computer Science with a smile and a determined and well-groomed appearance. A smile that surely has great power in it. Along with Fatimah, hundreds of students of Kaj entered the universities of Afghanistan this year. Including 4 students who were among the top10 at all over the country.
It has been13 days that Zarifa Yaqobi, Zainab Rahimi & 3 other women’s rights activists are in #Taliban prison cos of protesting for women rights to work and education. No one, not even their family knows about their situation & where Taliban have taken them. #afghanistancrisis
Hamidullah son of Ghulam Sakhi, who was severely injured in the attack on Kaaj Edu Center, has scored 341/360 in Afghanistan’s nationwide Kankor exam. Scoring this high, he has successfully been admitted to his first choice – Kabul University of Medical Sciences. He expressed satisfaction regarding his results of the university entrance test. Hamidullah is now feeling better and his health condition has improved.
Hamidullah was severely injured in the attack that targeted his classroom on Sept 30 in West Kabul. The attack left nearly 60 dead, mostly girls from Hazara ethnicity, and more than 120 others wounded. According to Mukhtar Mudabber, a teacher at Kaaj Edu Center, four of the top 10 scorers of this year’s Kankor exam are survivors of the deadly attack.
Tamana paryani women’s rights protester who recently fled Afghanistan after being imprisoned and tortured by the Taliban for demanding her basic human rights, burns a hijab that she believes has oppressed and erased Afghanistan’s women for far too long.
A number of women, mostly mothers who have girls to go to school, in an act of protest launched the “education without fear” campaign & tried to open classrooms for girls above 6 grade, but the schools mngmnt dispersed d students & reported them to #Taliban.
Happy Halloween from Afghanistan
Afghanistan’s “voice of women radio” under the Taliban. They have removed women from the society.
Taliban have arbitrarily arrested a woman protestor Zarifa Yaqobi & her colleagues from a press conference they had held to announce a new movement yesterday. Another act of HR violation & abuse. Lack of accountability have enabled Taliban to continue with these violations confidently.
Zarifa Yaqobi, Hussain, Reza Sazesh, Mohammad Sirat and Alem Hekmat, five human rights activists who were abducted yesterday during a press conference in the west of Kabul by the terrorist Taliban. There is no information about their situation.
Be the voice of Zarifa and co-echo the call for her release. Zarifa Yaqoubi is a leader of the brave women protesting in Afghanistan for their rights. The Taliban has arrested her, and she is in jail right now. #FreeZarifa #BanTaliban
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