By: Hayatullah Amiree
Over the decades of war, women who have been the victim of discrimination and domination because of contrasting perceptions that people associate with. It’s high time for all the victims – the innocent civilians – to defend their rights. Say no to discrimination and domination. Say NO to getting bullied.
As far as my experience of debating with w…omen are concerned, the majority accuse men of the land – AFGHANISTAN – to be the cause of creating violence to them and dominating them. Simply feels like they literally hate all men and whenever I put forward my opinion with a different perception, I receive a reaction as if I was one of those “men.” I believe that all the men who were or are the reason for creating violence and domination are just because of the organizations or societies that lead them towards misconception of dealing with their ego and ideologies of life – a path that we always speak of is required from these men to get to the right path just like our parents have always advised us all to follow.
Let me add an example of a girl who was born into a prostitute family and was told or taught to do all those acts, believing that those acts are right to do! Now, what is the fault of that innocent girl who is taught that prostitution is the right way of her life? What is the fault of the girl, who we – our society calls a WHORE? Is it the girl who should be blamed and stopped or the one – organization – authorized person who has financed them for such a business…
Instead of being judgmental we should get to know the root of the problem in order to bring change and the only way we can bring is to change people’s understanding regarding the principles of life.
Yes, I believe that the majority of the populations who suffered the pain during the war in AFGHANISTAN and even to this day are WOMEN! However, there are two types of men in our society… the one who has suffered the pain of losing his wife, sons and daughters and the other who has made other people suffer just because of their hypocrite minds. My friend – Fariha Faqiri, labels those men as “greedy for money, power and fame.” With a visionary mind, she once added in a conversation with me that …
– “We must understand that the world is full of people that are greedy for money, power and fame. I don’t blame them either. But, when we have control of tomorrow, when in today’s society and world we have access to so many resources and we have knowledge of what is going on in the world it becomes our duty to get up and fight for truth and justice. I, since I was 11 have been in love with my country, with my Watan, with my culture, tradition and people. Nothing in this world, no one can degrade Afghanistan or Afghans in my site because I love it with my heart, because I accept and see the good within the bad.”
I must say my friend that youth like you with the same love and patriotism could bring a great revolution. Proud to have such Afghans!
We must find peace, tranquility, happiness, unity, love and good qualities within our own lives, within our own innermost hearts. Only a person who does, than can understand the difficulties; the pain and the misery of others. A man of wisdom will know this, understand this, and rectify his own mistakes, and then he can help others.
Long Live Afghanistan!