First of all, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to government of Japan and UNESCO Office for conduction of this important event. I have come from Afghanistan, the country where has preserved the Buddha Statues, the greatest cultural glory of mankind and the proudest historical witness for 1600 years.
I have come from Afghanistan, the country where has expectantly hugged the wounded and torn identity of the world for 16 years. Today, Bamiyan has come to Japan. Bamiyan, the (...)
Kabul: Demonstration condemning killing Hazara girl Shakila
Tuesday 31 July 2012
HPIN: Today university students and activists demonstrated in Kabul condemning the killing of 16 years old Hazara girl Shakila who was killed 6 months ego in Bamiyan. Hazara girl Shakila was killed inside Sayed Wahed Beheshti’s house. Beheshti who belongs to Afghan-Arab community is a member of Bamiyan provincial commission, and when Shakila was killed, he was inside his house. The coroner office has confirmed that Shakila was killed by gun, and evidence shows rape and sexual assault. But Beheshti claims that he was praying at that time and didn’t hear any gunfire. Hazara activists and Shakila’s family members say Beheshti, some MPs and attorneys who blog to Afghan-Arab community in Bamiyan want to stop processing the case.
Last week a similar demonstration was taken place in Bamiyan.
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