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MY Journal

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From my humanity to 'men': An advice or rather a warning!

You give me ‘freedom’ on the way I dress up, but what happened? Part of you was not happy about that kind of ‘freedom’. Why? Was it wrong? Did you take a wrong decision? … Read More»

A political decision yet to be taken seriously!

It is really a nightmare for almost all Afghan women to think of another repetition of the past bitter three year war history at this time in Afghanistan. … Read More»

A way to the light, and reality!

A general question: “When you think of Afghanistan, what first comes to your mind?” And of course interestingly, and surprisingly a ‘general answer’: “War” … Read More»

Acid Attack: An attempt to stop female education.

In a distance of only one km from my home to school in Kabul, it was sometimes so hard for me as if, instead of going to school, I was walking on a ground full of thorns. … Read More»

A woman with strong vision, a step towards a bright future

“If a woman is given a chance, she will do wonders […] it is the woman who runs the family and finally a society, so in order to maintain good families and a good society, we must uphold the rights of … Read More»

I can think of my Visions and I can see their future in the mirror of Voices of Our Future, :)

The real vision that I have finally chosen it to be the most important of all my visions is providing education to both women and children. … Read More»

Future changes

I just want to begin by claiming that even though there are lots of post war issues and problems in Afghanistan, the main and root basis of all problems is illiteracy. … Read More»

My ongoing journey to World Pulse,

It is surprising for me that even if I was giving interview; I gained more than the interviewer herself. … Read More»

Web 2.0 as a bright future for Women across the Globe,

There are three characteristics of Web 2.0 that most excites me about it. Firstly, we can easily share our ideas, facts, and issues with others through Web 2.0. … Read More»

Drug Cultivation in Afghanistan,

First, let me explain a little bit about the history of drug cultivation in Afghanistan. … Read More»

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