BBC Radio 4, October 9, 2001
Sahar Saba is a member of RAWA's foreign committee.
RAWA is the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan - an independent, political and social women's organisation operating out of Pakistan.
Established in 1977 it aims to expand women's human rights and work towards a democratic, secular government.
Senior members of the 2,000 strong group regularly receive death threats and Taliban and Pakistani intelligence services shadow their every move.
Jenni talks to Sahar Saba about the current mood in Islamabad following the US air-strikes on Afghanistan.