by AWWP | September 9, 2015 | Sitara B.
As a child Sitara B. could not attend school during the Taliban years, but read everything her father could bring to her at home, starting with the Qu’ran. Her reading of books and papers about women and Islam led to a keen interest in helping Afghan women. She is majoring in social sciences.
by AWWP | June 16, 2015 | Latest Essays, Sitara B.
I wrote about this, how women were not welcome at the new mosque for men.
by AWWP | February 12, 2015 | Latest Essays, Sitara B.
The lewd monster of suicide was only thinking about how to go to paradise, find his dream of angels, and end his lust. In his point of view, he had served his God and sacrificed himself for God.
by AWWP | January 26, 2015 | Latest Essays, Sitara B.
People need to understand that if you burn our Holy Qur’an, or mock our Prophet of Islam, sensitive Muslims—often young men without adequate knowledge about Islam—take insult, become angry, and want to retaliate. It pushes them into the hands of terrorists’ groups.
by AWWP | January 8, 2015 | Latest Essays, Sitara B.
In Afghanistan, women are deprived of many rights. The right to go to the mosque is one of them.
by AWWP | December 18, 2014 | Latest Poems, Sitara B.
If we join together, clean up
our hearts, are honest
with each other, no one,
no one can steal our cheer.
No one can stop our movement.
by AWWP | October 30, 2014 | Latest Poems, Sitara B.
With you beside me
I become mighty
by AWWP | October 23, 2014 | Latest Poems, Sitara B.
I wish my blue sky
Was full of light stars
Free of fire
Clear of smoke
by AWWP | September 22, 2014 | Latest Poems, Sitara B.
God gave you angels