New Internationalist Radio - Australia, Aug.8, 2007

Another Afghan Postcard

Interview with Sohaila, Member of RAWA, the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan.

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Sohaila and her colleagues in the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA) risk life and limb to bring education and security to the women of Afghanistan. She talks in detail about daily life in her country.

The sixth anniversary of the United States-led invasion of Afghanistan is fast approaching, but no-one is celebrating. Western governments continue to pour military resources into Iraq and Afghanistan, turning away from the reality that their continuing intervention is destroying the social, political and economic viability of both countries. In this program we hear the voices that are too often missing from mainstream media coverage: the perspectives of Afghans and Iraqis themselves. Our guests today explain the affects that the Western invasion of their countries is having on their hearts, minds and souls. And as they share with us their stories about the collapse of their parliaments and international exploitation of their resources, they reveal how if these military interventions were ever really about liberating Afghans and Iraqi people then they have completely failed.


RAWA member Sohaila in Australia (SAWAN, No.15, August 2007)
Interview with Sohaila, Member of RAWA (Late Night Live, ABC Radio - Australia, Aug.8, 2007) Audio
Struggle for Afghan women (The Advertiser Review, Aug.4, 2007)
A voice for the voiceless (Green Left Weekly, July 27, 2007)

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