RICR No. 847

An identity of strength Personal thoughts on women in Afghanistan

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The fate of Afghan women during the Taliban regime and following the 11 September 2001 attacks has been the focus of considerable attention in both Western media and academia. There was a significant amount of debate in human rights and governmental circles about their suffering. Documentaries, at times produced at great personal risk to their authors, and even cinema productions such as Kandahar, the film by the Iranian director Mohsen Makhmalbaf, have dealt with their plight.

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