“I fear for my Afghan Sisters.” “We will have time to debate what went wrong in the war in Afghanistan, but in this critical moment we must listen to the voices of Afghan women and girls. They are asking for protection, for education, for the freedom and the future they were promised,” Yousafzai, 24, wrote.
“We cannot continue to fail them. We have no time to spare.”
Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai on Tuesday wrote “I fear for my Afghan sisters” in an op-ed published in The New York Times in the wake of the Taliban’s stunning takeover.
Yousafzai, long an advocate for girls’ education, survived a Pakistani Taliban assassination attempt when she was just 15 years old when the militants shot her in the head in rural northwest Pakistan.
Since then the Oxford graduate has become a global figure promoting education for girls.
The Taliban took effective control of Afghanistan on Sunday when president Ashraf Ghani fled and the insurgents walked into Kabul with no opposition.
The recent takeover has triggered fears of renewed oppression, in particular towards women and girls.-france24 .com
“She is me, we are them, they are us!” Bringing awareness or any small step towards the freedoms of these women and girls. The hologram to whole. Even a micro dose of uplifting thought or energy. 🙏🏼❤️
Peace & Harmony,
Jacqueline Albert Pepper