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Spotlight:

In Between Years

An explosion of a gasoline tank set off by the Taliban on July 4th, 2012 in Kabul city, Afghanistan killed more than 200 people, including my cousin, Noor Ullah Ghaznawi, and four of his friends. … Read More»

Tears and Voices of Afghan Women Poets

As a poet, photographer, and writer: I cannot think of peace in my Afghanistan without its women's emancipation for rebuilding the present and future. … Read More»

8 March: Women's March

The whole year's words and dreams have been expressed through my "8 March: Women's March" poem and the photographs I took on that day. … Read More»

Breaking Fear: A Local Story Becomes a Global Solution

Every year millions of dollars flow from the US military to Afghanistan in order to “help” it become a peaceful place. … Read More»

A Letter to Fathers of Afghan Daughters

TO: Fathers of Afghan Daughters FROM: An Afghan Daughter Dear Fathers: … Read More»

The Shia-Sunni Conflict: Discrimination at the Heart of my Afghanistan’s Suffering

It was a morning of July 2003; everyone was at their daily chores. The students were in school, and I was in my Physics class. … Read More»

The Little Girls became Literate Women of Taliban Time

The big wooden gate opened, hundreds of little girls and mature women dressed in light blue Kamiz and white Shalwar and veil entered with their loud screams and joy. … Read More»

A Vision of Self; Devotion for Others

Every human on the earth has rights to live in security, get education simply for being a human rather than based on gender, and have self-choices for their future. … Read More»

Educating Women Instead of Pursuing Warfare

Many Afghan youths around the world are trying hard for bringing about change in Afghanistan. Suddenly, these glittering minded Afghans’ hopes are vanished just by arriving in Afghanistan. … Read More»

Mercy, Magic, and Miracles

After spending the first scene of my childhood life with family under the gloomy sky of Kabul in the Cold War 1995, the father took us to Pakistan for securing our lives. … Read More»

Afghan Women live in Web 2.0,

After receiving our first assignment, I found a new hope with the term, ‘Web 2.0’, a window of associated web applications, which opens ways for sharing my information and hope with all hu … Read More»

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