Seeking ladies in kabul
The boys grow up as misogynists and with mingle2 complexes because our women are allowing it. Let me give you some anecdotal examples. I come from a huge family. All the boy sites openly date and bring their non-Afghan girlfriends to every family function. What kinda bullshit is that? Another example.
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Stadium crush kills at least 11 women seeking visas to leave Afghanistan
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Seeking refuge after daring to choose love in Afghanistan
At least 11 women died in a crush at a football stadium in Afghanistan on Wednesday as thousands of people amassed to get visas to leave the country, officials said. Attaullah Khogyani, spokesman for the governor of the eastern Nangarhar province, said a further 13 people, mostly women, were injured at the Jalalabad stadium, where they were trying to get visas to enter Pakistan. He said most of those who died were elderly people and they came from across Afghanistan.
When the Afghan Parliament passed the law on the Elimination of Violence Against Women, human rights activists celebrated -- it would no longer be possible to get away with crimes against women such as rape, acid attacks or forced marriages. Those illusions quickly faded, and ten years later, being married off as a child, forced to marry to settle a family debt or threatened with "honor killing", despite being illegal, continue to happen to Afghan women every day. They are against international law, as well as Afghan law, and are among the grounds to be granted refugee protection.
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