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Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA)



RAWA is the oldest political/social organization of Afghan women struggling for peace, freedom, democracy and women's rights in fundamentalism-blighted Afghanistan since 1977.
جمعیت انقلابی زنان افغانستان (راوا) قدیمی ترین سازمان سیاسی - اجتماعی زنان افغان است كه از سال ۱۳۵۶ بدینسو بخاطر آزادی، دموكراسی و احقاق حقوق زنان در افغانستان بنیادگرا زده می‌رزمد.


If you are freedom-loving and anti-fundamentalist, you are with RAWA. Support and help us.



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عاملان فجایع هشت و هفت ثور تا کنون حاکم اند

The perpetrators of the disasters of 28th and 27th April are still dominant
April 28, 2014

The perpetrators of the disasters of 28th and 27th April are still dominant


«راوا» بیست و هفتمین سالیاد شهادت مینا را برگزار نمود

RAWA commemorates the 27th anniversary of Meena’s martyrdom
February 6, 2014

RAWA commemorates the 27th anniversary of Meena’s martyrdom


کسب استقلال، شرط اول بهروزی وطن و مردم ما

د خپلواکي ترلاسه کول، زموږ د خلکو او هیواد د بریالیتوب لومړنی شرط

Independence, the first condition for the prosperity of our homeland and people
12th anniversary of US invasion - October 7, 2013

RAWA statement on twelfth anniversary of US occupation

داغ های ننگین هفتم و هشتم ثور را با نابودی عاملین آن ها از تقویم خواهیم زدود !

د غویي اتمې او اوومې ننګونې به د دې د لاملینو د منځه وړلو سره له کلیزې لیرې کړو!

RAWA statement on the dark day of April 28

زنان افغان در آتش بیداد بنیادگرایان و اشغالگران می‌سوزند

افغانې ښځې د بنسټپالو او نیواکګرو د بې عدالتۍ په اور کې سوزي

Afghan women burn in the fire of the oppression of the occupiers and fundamentalists
International Women's Day - March 8, 2013

RAWA statement on the International Women's Day

«کنفرانس پاریس»: نه می‌بخشیم، نه فراموش می‌کنیم!

«د پاریس کنفرانس»: نه یې بخښو، نه یې له یاده اوباسو!

Paris Conference: We Will Neither Forgive nor Forget!

پنجال جلادان هشت ثوری و هفت ثوری را از سرنوشت وطن خود کوتاه سازیم!

Let us cut off the claws of the 28th and 27th April criminals from the fate of our country!
April 28, 2012: RAWA statement on the Dark Day of April 28
رهایی زنان افغان از چنگ بنیادگرایی، اشغال و مردسالاری با مبارزه خود شان میسر است!

Afghan womens freedom from the clutch of fundamentalism,
occupation and patriarchy is only possible with their own struggle!

March 8, 2012: RAWA statement on the International Women's Day
RAWA commemorates the 25th anniversary of Meenas martyrdom

Feb.6, 2012 - Kabul

RAWA event to commemorate Meena

صلح با جنایتکاران جنگ با مردم!

Peace with Criminals, War with People!
June 1, 2010: RAWA statement on "Consultative Peace Jirga"
نه امریکا، نه خاینان ۸ ثور، ۷ ثور و طالبی، افغانستانی مستقل و دموکراتیک!
Emancipation of Afghan women not attainable as long as
the occupation, Taliban and National Front criminals are not sacked!


بدون راندن اشغالگران و جنایت پیشگان طالبی و «جبهه ملی»، رهایی زنان افغانستان ممکن نیست!

د طالبي، ملي جبهې او اشغا‌لګرانو د ځغلولو پرته؛ د افغانستان د ښځو خلاصون شونى نه دى!

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Bala Baluk Massacre Let's rise against the war crimes of U.S. and its fundamentalist lackeys!

علیه جنایات جنگی امریکا و نوکران بنیادگرایش بپا خیزیم!

(Photos) تصاویر قتل عام بالابلوک | فلمی از قربانیان

RAWA celebrates the International Women's Day
March 8, 2008 - Kabul

RAWA Statement on the International Women's Day (Mar.8, 2008)

زنان افغان در دوزخ بنیادگرایان و اشغالگران میسوزند

د افغانستان ښځی د بنسټپالو او تیری کوونکو په دوزخ کی سوځی

طرح ننگین مصالحه ملی، آخرین میخ بر تابوت دموکراسی کاذب

Disgraceful Bill of "National Conciliation":
The last nail into the coffin of fake democracy


... more RAWA Statements and Past Events






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Millions plundered in name of salaries July 23, 2014, PAN: Residents claim tens of thousands of afghanis, which are released by the education department in the name of teacher salaries, end up in pockets of a few individuals in the Maroof district of southern Kandahar province. Education department officials say there are a total of 40 schools in Maroof and eight of them have been closed due to insecurity, but residents reject the claim and say not a single school is operational in the town.


Afghan Girl Unsafe After a Mullah Is Accused of Rape July 22, 2014, The New York Times: It was bad enough that the alleged rape took place in the sanctity of a mosque, and that the accused man was a mullah who invoked the familiar defense that it had been consensual sex. But the victim was only 10 years old. And there was more: The authorities said her family members openly planned to carry out an “honor killing” in the case — against the young girl. The mullah offered to marry his victim instead.


Five-year-old Boy Dies After Brutal Gang Rape in Afghanistan July 20, 2014, Breitbart: A five-year-old child in the Afghan city of Herat died this week after being the victim of a gang rape, from which he sustained fatal injuries. The incident has triggered another wave of outrage in the nation, which has struggled for centuries against cultural norms promoting rape.


Customs lose millions to corruption July 19, 2014, The Killid Group: A Killid investigation reveals there is a mindboggling 30 to 80 percent corruption in customs in the western provinces. Millions of dollars are being embezzled, and jobs in customs offices are sold for between 10,000 and 100,000 USD.


Another 1.5 billion USD that may go up in smoke in Afghanistan July 18, 2014, Washington Examiner: Money doesn’t grow on trees, but it can certainly burn like them. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has spent 1.57 billion USD on nearly 2,000 buildings for the Afghan National Army — but as many as 1,600 are at risk of catching on fire, according to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.





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Books on RAWA and Afghan women:

Meena: Heroine of Afghanistan, click here to order it

Meena - Heroine
of Afghanistan

The Martyr
who founded RAWA


by
Melody Ermachild Chavis

Italian version published

Bleeding Afghanistan, click here to order it

Bleeding Afghanistan:
Washington, Warlords,
and the Propaganda of Silence

By Sonali Kolhatkar
with
James Ingalls

Zoya's Story, click here to order it

Zoya's Story:
An Afghan Woman's
Battle for Freedom

by Zoya with
John Follain
and Rita Cristofari

With All Our Strength, click here to order it

With All Our
Strength:
The Revolutionary
Association of the
Women of
Afghanistan

By Anne Brodsky


more on these books...



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