511 days since the Taliban cruelly banned girls over the age of 12 from going to school. Better education for girls makes them more likely to participate fully in society & be active members of their community and now Millions of girls deprived of their fundamental right to education. The Taliban have also prohibited the access of women to the University.
Pakistan in a letters sent to all its embassies in EU countries has ordered a complete visas ban to Afghan passport holders, until further notice.
This is Nargis Sadat and she is a women’s rights activist who protested against the Talibans’ restrictions against female education in Afghanistan. The Taliban arrested and imprisoned her this afternoon in Kabul. In 24 hours Taliban also arrested two other human and women rights defenders whose names are Parisa Mobarez and Fardin Fedayee. Afghanistan is a prison for freedom seekers.
By 1988, women were 40% of the doctors and 60% of the teachers at Kabul University , and Afghan women had a choice, a choice in how to dress, how to educate themselves.
This 25 year old young man from Balkh province of Afghanistan has set up a free mobile library. Since the Taliban BANNED girls from going to school and university, he has been personally delivering books everyday – walking for hours. Afghanistan needs more brave men like he . Afghan men need to stand up for their wives, daughters, sisters and mothers.
The Taliban have reportedly ordered pharmacies & drug stores to STOP selling contraceptives to women in Kabul and Balkh provinces stating that it’s forbidden under Sharia law.
Heartbreaking and tragedy!!! This image shows Mesut Hancer, a father, holding his 15-year-old dead daughter Irmak’s hand, as she lies beneath the slabs of concrete that once formed their home. He doesn’t want to let go of her Daughter’s hand!
The Taliban have announced the end of a training course for their air force members. A pilot from Afghanistan, then and now.
The images coming out of #Syria really break my heart. I’m so happy to see photos such as this brave 10 year old holding on to her brother that was rescued a few hours ago. There is hope.
Women in Afghanistan are still trying to breathe through the various sanctions put on their activism. In these pictures, they showcase their handicrafts in an open space in Baghlan province.
“My money is finished. I don’t have food to eat at home. I am exiled to a country worse than Afghanistan. I have no other choice than to sell my kidney.” Those are the words of a journalist desperate to survive after the Taliban forced him to leave his country.
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