Kabul citizens: we want TUTAP via BAMIYAN.

The people who believe in justice and want their rights. There motivation for peace and justice in the society, inspired me to write and print some sentences, and bring them for these people, as I was asked to.
Tonight I was busy pinning these pictures on their shops’ walls, doors and windows. It was really amazing, when people was asking about the demonstration’s date.
IT IS July, 23 2016.
Enlightenment Movement.
#Enlightenmentmovement 
#TheEnlighteningMovement 
#جنبش_روشنایی 
#WarsawNatoSummit_2016 
#Nato_Summit_Warsaw_2016
#StopDiscriminationAgainstHazaras
#Enlightenmentmovement
#WorldHazaraCouncil
#HazaraPeopleInternationalNetwork
#Republicofsilence
#TheLightingMovement 
#JusticeInTUTAPproject 
#right2protest
#HazaraProtest
#HazaraPeopleInternationalNetwork
http://www.hazarapeople.com 
#TUTAP 
#UN
#Japan
#HRW
#AmnestyInternational
#AmericanCivilRightsMovement
#minorityrights
#CivilRightsMovement
#KabulPress
#HazaraRights
#1960sCivilRightsMovement
#AfricanAmericanCivilRightsMovement
#USEmbassyKabul
#EqualRights
#HazaraGenocide
http://www.salsaalnews.com
#HazaraPeopleInternationalNetwork
#TUTAP 
@salsaalnews
@ABC
@WSJ
@NPR
@TVP
@tagesspiegel
@SPIEGELONLINE
@SPIEGEL_Politik
@cducsubt
@GrueneBundestag
@spdbt
@Angie_Merkel
@tazgezwitscher
@zeitonline_pol
@zeitonline
@DIEZEIT
@SZ
@Conflicts
@sigmargabriel
@ForeignPolicy 
@AJEnglish
@HazaraPeople  
@CNN 
@KamranMirHazar 
@LM_Great_Monday 
@NRK 
@Aljazeera  
@BBCWorld  
@Republicofsilence
@WorldHazaraCouncil
@Independent 
@DW
@PENInternational 
@HRW 
@AmnestyInternational 
@minorityrights 
@spiegel 
@TV2 
@Reuters 
@AP 
@FrancePress 
@Article19 
@ansa
@Rai

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Enlightenment Movement

“Thousands of people gathered once again in west of Kabul demanding that Turkmenistan power transmission line be passed through Bamiyan – Maidan Wardak so that balanced development will be provided in Afghanistan.
Their movement is called the “Enlightening Movement”
Photos by : Jafar Rahimi
#Enlightenmentmovement
#TheEnlighteningMovement
#جنبش_روشنایی
#WarsawNatoSummit_2016
#Nato_Summit_Warsaw_2016
#StopDiscriminationAgainstHazaras
#Enlightenmentmovement
#WorldHazaraCouncil
#HazaraPeopleInternationalNetwork
#Republicofsilence
#TheLightingMovement
#JusticeInTUTAPproject
#right2protest
#HazaraProtest
#HazaraPeopleInternationalNetwork
http://www.hazarapeople.com
#TUTAP
#UN
#Japan
#HRW
#AmnestyInternational
#AmericanCivilRightsMovement
#minorityrights
#CivilRightsMovement
#KabulPress
#HazaraRights
#1960sCivilRightsMovement
#AfricanAmericanCivilRightsMovement
#USEmbassyKabul
#EqualRights
#HazaraGenocide
http://www.salsaalnews.com
#HazaraPeopleInternationalNetwork
http://www.hazarapeople.com
#TUTAP
@salsaalnews
@ABC
@WSJ
@NPR
@TVP
@tagesspiegel
@SPIEGELONLINE
@SPIEGEL_Politik
@cducsubt
@GrueneBundestag
@spdbt
@Angie_Merkel
@tazgezwitscher
@zeitonline_pol
@zeitonline
@DIEZEIT
@SZ
@Conflicts
@sigmargabriel
@ForeignPolicy
@AJEnglish
@HazaraPeople 
@CNN
@KamranMirHazar
@LM_Great_Monday
@NRK
@Aljazeera 
@BBCWorld 
@Republicofsilence
@WorldHazaraCouncil
@Independent
@DW
@PENInternational
@HRW
@AmnestyInternational
@minorityrights
@spiegel
@TV2
@Reuters
@AP
@FrancePress
@Article19
@ansa
@Rai
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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.

At least 150 people have been killed, who is responsible?

At least 150 people have been killed, in a suicide attack, today in the fifth district of the Kabul city. Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.

The attack was carried on a convoy of minibuses, carrying students of a miliatery college from Wardak province, to Kabul. Taliban has announced that two of his members have carried on the attack. One of them detonated his bomb near the buses, while students and civilian gathered there, the second bomb blast, remained at least 150 people dead, including civilians.

After this bloody attack, the question which rises in our mind is that, where is the officials, who are responsible for protecting the people? While the insecurity is in its highest level during last months, why they didn’t mind safe guarding the convoy? What does it mean carrying hundreds of a military college’s student, without caring about the security and protection of them?

When the officials of the government, are walking through the streets of the Kabul city, you would see that at least ten armored car following them. When they cross from a street, they give order to close the street for other citizens. When they move from their home to their office, those streets which end to their office are closed. They protect themselves.

And today, hundreds of military college’s students were moving from wardak (one of the most insecure provinces) to the Kabul, they were riding without any safeguard, two suicide bomber attacked their buses, 150 people including civilians have been killed, Taliban claimed the responsibility for this attack, so who is responsible?

 

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Today`s Attack.

 

The Real Face of Afghanistan

People around the world would be in this belief that, circumstances in Afghanistan have changed after 2001. 
They’d believe that, nowadays, after the collapse of the Taliban regime, fundamentalism and terrorism has been eliminated, the human rights are being reserved, women have got their rights -even they can be Minister, Afghanistan is not any more a (the most) dangerous place for children. And for all of these, they would praise the US policies and UN efforts. 
Though,They are not wrong, for they watch television showing, girls are going to school and playing football. They watch women are walking on the streets of Kabul city, without any burqa. They watch thousands of Afghanistan’s citizens, protesting against the government biased policies or Taliban’s attacks on civilian. They would think that, YES, Afghanistan is changed completely and now, there’s no oppression, no discrimination and no violence. But, these are all what they watch in the television’s screen. In other words, They see, what others want them to see. 
You can see the reality of the Afghan’s life, the real face of Afghanistan, in this picture taken by me while crossing the Kabul city’s street -Afghanistan’s capital, and this is NOT the only one.
Walking around the city, you would face hundreds of children barefooted, with weather-beaten faces and broken hearts, polishing shoes, washing cars or searching among garages for something to eat.
Walking on the streets of Kabul city, you would face girls being harassed, women being insulted, and human rights being harshly violated.
These are the reality, and the real face of Afghanistan, after 2001. 
Days are getting darker, and nights are getting colder, while the street kids, having not enough food and secure place, struggling to survive.

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Street kids, maybe brother and sister, sitting next to each other, hand in hand.

Walking alongside the suicide bomber; it does not matter

Walking alongside the suicide bomber; it does not matter

Living with dangers, walking alongside the suicide bombers, being faced with a government which has problem with you, with your pen and your opinion, working for the well-being of the people, which some of them think that you do everything except helping them; In addition to the vary shortcomings of the news agency, for which you work. though, this is the real life a journalist/reporter and writer in this country, but I am very optimistic about all of these, as I think that I have many responsibilities in my country, and one of them is, reporting my people`s situation and raising their voice globally.

I believe that, I am able to help healing my people`s wounds, to proof this that my people as human beings have some basic rights and must be observed, to help the youth generation of my society achieve their goals, to work hard for my country`s girls and women get their rights, be respected in the society, attend to the schools and continue their academic life. Although, I myself am human, who has weakness and shortages, but I believe in my power, which are my voice as a reporter and my pen as writer and blogger.

 

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me at AIT`s Campus