Afghanistan is not a safe place for Hazaras

In case of refugees, EU countries must consider Afghanistan as a dangerous place to live in, especially for those refugees who belong to hazara ethnicity and Shi’ite minority. After ISIS’s set back in Iraq where the group targets Shi’ites, Afghanistan’s Hazara people who are mostly Shi’ite, is the next target for ISIS to spread fear among and start its operation to kill civilians.
Today’s attack on Baqir-ul-Olum masque in the Western part of the city, where mostly Hazaras live in fully explain the situation of security in Afghanistan (given to this point that the attackers or ISIS has the potential to carry out attacks inside the capital) and Hazaras. During 2016 Today’s attack was the third largest attack planned by ISIS, after the attack on a rally in 23rd July and the attack at the night of Ashura inside one of the Shi’ites’s religious center/shrine. Related to this three attack, ISIS has claimed the responsibility and in its statements has declared that the group will continue targeting Shi’ites, Hazaras people.
As a result, please stop the deportation of Afghan refugees. Afghanistan is not a safe place, especially for Hazaras/Shi’ites.
#EU #AttackOnCivilian #AttackOnHazaras #Refugees #RefugeeCrisis #KabulAttack #ISIS #Immigration

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And it was Midnight.

Being plunged into the harsh river of love and affairs, she hadn’t awareness of the when and where. The soft wind coming through the windows of the room, her body was zonked and her soul was stoned by, as it was a hyper itself.
She as getting deeper into that fairness river and passing pleasant moments, while inside her vein a coolness was going up and down, was sweltering in high… And that was a dreamy feeling. 

“…And It was almost midnight. the moon was shining through the trees’s leaves and her pale colored face under the dim light of the room was flushed, having been there, in that room, with that one and on that night…”

☆ what is ‘Rawza, Rawza khani’ in English? Any equivalent? 

Iran VS Saudi Arabia. 

​Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iranian Minister of foreign affairs asked the world to stand against WAHABISM, While recently, Saudi Arabia’s top religious authority/cleric/mufti, has said that “Iranians are not Muslims”. Grand Mufti Abdulaziz al-Sheikh to one of Arabian Newspapers.

 “We must understand these are not Muslims, they are children of Magi and their hostility towards Muslims is an old one. Especially with the people of Sunna,” He added.

Prior to this statement of Saudi Arabia’s Grand Mufti, The Muslim world was asked by Ayatollah Khamenei to challenge Saudi Arabia’s management of Islam’s two holiest sites. 

“Because of Saudi rulers’ oppressive behaviour towards God’s guests, the world of Islam must fundamentally reconsider the management of the two holy places and the issue of Haj,” Khamenei wrote on his website.

This words came; after an accident took place in last year’s Haj which killed more than two thousand pilgrims, of those more than four hundred were Iranians; and months of tension between two countries. 

Saudi Arabia’s Refusion to allow an international Islamic Fact finding committe start an investigation over the accident according to Khamenei, and then ,for the first time in almost three decades, Iranians’ avoidance to participate in this year’s Haj ceremony after talks on logistics and security -which resulted in nothing- was the next stage(s). though Saudi Arabia has said that Iranians are welcome if they travel from the third country. 

Saudi Arabia has blamed Iranian leaders for trying to organize a demonstration that according to Saudi Arabia, would cause chaos. Saudi Arabia called Iranians leader statements and actions; as efforts to “politicise Haj and disturbing the security of the pilgrims.”

The conflicts in Syria and Yemen also has intensified the tension between two countries and put them at odd. (they support opposing sides in Syria and Yemen). 

☆ I wish Afghans also stop wasting money in Haj/giving their own money to those who support terrorist groups and fundamentalists. 

☆ What is going on and where it would be leading to?

☆ wasn’t there remaind any other way or diplomatic channel for both of the countries to either go through or enter in to solve the problem(s)?

Goodbye Farsi.

​I promised myself not to write (Farsi) anymore. Could that be either a turning point, getting raid of the bullshits which we all are used to continue with no pause, or a personal decision. The point is this, that in both cases, it wouldn’t be wasting time for nothing. 

In addition, Writing in English help me write whatever I want to, in my way and without considering the “already fake”  Facts. Crossing the borders, which are created by language and the people who communicate with.

There would be some points, views or Simply feelings that without native language, one cannot express them in the best phase but; I would simply ignore them. Yeah, this is the best tool to expressing such feelings; keeping them for yours as the most secrets. 

Afterward, I will try, instead of writing about nothing (because there are no longer any one to read) taking pictures, of everything which has something to say, to express or to mark.

Below is to start…

And the father who sold his daughter…

​It’s been a year since last time I was at home with my family. There in my village I was invited to a wedding by those families which are living in our neighborhood and in my village it’s a must-do practice inviting all of the villagers in a wedding.

I went to the wedding party, but faced with the saddest party one would ever be faced with. Everyone except the father of the bride was sad in those moments both for the groom’s age which was aequal to the age of the bride’s father, and the groom’s (first) wife. or in other words; the bride was more like the daughter of that old man, than his wife.

 I know that girl (bride) since she was born. She is hardly 14. The man whom she was to marry is a local businessman and already have a big family; two daughters and three sons. 

That wedding was actually, exchanging; the fate of a woman and the whole life of that girl with money. 

The same story is happening tonight. A 16 years old girl is getting married to a man who has the age of her father. Actually, the man who is going to be her husband, is the closest friend of her father.

I know this girl too, who in the next few hours going to be the stepmother of five teenagers, who are more like her brothers and sisters, than her step-daughter/son. 

You would ask yourself that, what is the relationship between these two stories?  Except the hard life, which is living by the first groom, and is waiting for the second one. 

Well, Because the first story is happened in my village -Nawur, Ghazni, Afghanistan and the second one is happening now (22:05) in the Kabul city, the capital of the country. 
The organizations which are working to keep the women’s basic rights safe, in Afghanistan, have said that child-marriage is happening just in remote villages, where is not under the control of the government and people often sell their daughters in exchange of the money or farmland. But now in the capital of the country, in Kabul; me and hundreds of people like me, including the women/children rights activists are attending to such weddings party without thinking about that girl, and the kind of life she is forced to live in. 

☆ I was writing while I was inside the car (an excuse for the mistakes) coming back from an event which is going to be the start of another tragedy, that the Afghan girls have to be faced with. Sexual harassment of women, girls and children, is the other one and there are many ones…

The images are googled

Let’s go…

Hi everyone!
“We are the generation, that unloaded its heartsickness,  among the detonation’s mortars inside the cities, under the Taliban’s sword along the country’s highways and into the whales’ mouth at the emigration’s marsh.
Let’s come together to shout our sorrows in the streets of the pain and injustice capital; the Kabul city; At least for once.”.
Let’s go to streets, to say to the world, that we are human beings, we, as citizens, have some basic rights; that must be respected and observed, and you world! Stop helping the oppressors ,or help us to have our very basic rights.
Let’s go to the streets, to shout this, that we can’t and we don’t bear the discrimination, injustice and oppression, any more.
Let’s rush to the streets, to make others know, that we are united, as a nation, as  countrymen and women, and as Afghanistan’s citizens and kabul’s residents and will fight for our rights, until having them obtained.

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A group of girls, protesting against the murder of 7 hazara people, 2015.

Let’s come together hand in hand, to illuminate the great Bamiyan and its great Buddhas, to eliminate the discrimination and injustice, and to make our country’s future brighter and shiny.