In recent years, gas poisoning incidents have been reported in girls’ schools in many provinces , but there were never any conclusive investigations into who was behind them.
“Traditional customs create many problems in Afghanistan. People do not believe in love.” —Zahra W.
The families and friends of the murderers do not agree that the accused men should be either executed or sentenced to lengthy prison terms. It appears they did something to persuade the court to change the sentences.
The good father is a role model for his children
He adores his daughters
He does not despise them for being girls
She was beaten up many times by Taliban while going to work in Herat city because she was outside without a male family member.
What should I write about Afghan women?
Their lives or deaths
Dreams or nightmares
Happiness or sadness
In the Dari language, farkhunda means “happiness.”
Zahra W. lives in Pakistan as a refugee with her family. She has two younger sisters.
How long will we write about the
suffering of Afghan women?
When will it stop?