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Zarghuna

Salma Awan

Zarghuna

by Salma Awan

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Published by Sang-e-Mil in Lahore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Urdu text.

StatementSalma Awan.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19957403M

Zarghuna Malik is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Zarghuna Malik and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes. Get this from a library! Dear Zari: stories from women in Afghanistan. [Zarghuna Kargar; Naomi Goldsmith] -- In Zarghuna Kargar came to the UK as an asylum-seeker. She and her family were forced to leave their home in Kabul during the civil war and then spent several years as .

Dear Zari should be read by anyone who cares and wants to know about Asia and Asian women." —XINRAN "All the stories in Dear Zari illustrate the suffering caused by deeply ingrained Afghan traditions. But [the women's} bravery and resilience shines through and Kargar touchingly reveals how hearing others' life stories finally gave her the.   Supporters of the Western occupation of Afghanistan claimed it would rescue women from oppression. Mitra Qayoom reviews Dear Zari by Zarghuna Kargar, a book with a more complex message.. W e don’t have to dig too deep into the Afghan culture to find out that it is often its women that face restrictions within the family and wider community and that their role in society is very limited.

Zarghuna Alam is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Zarghuna Alam and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the.   Read "Dear Zari The Secret Lives of the Women of Afghanistan" by Zarghuna Kargar available from Rakuten Kobo. "A powerful collection of testimonies that depict the struggles and hopes of Afghan women. An often emotional and at tim Brand: Sourcebooks.


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Zarghuna Kargar was born in Kabul in When civil war erupted across Afghanistan, she and her family escaped to Pakistan, and it was there that Zarghuna attended a journalism course organised by the BBC. Then Zarghuna book her family sought asylum in the UK, and she started working for the BBC World Service Pashtu Section.

Dear Zari Zarghuna Kargar Moving, enlightening, heart-breaking – this is a book of true stories from women in Afghanistan, giving voice to these women for the first time and allowing them to tell their stories in their own words. The twelve stories in the book are true accounts of women's lives, as recounted to Zarghuna, either directly or via her reporters, for the radio programme.

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It is the story of a 27 year old woman who was brutally killed by men in Kabul. It is the story of unfulfilled dream of a young woman who had many hopes for the future. Her parents talk about the heartbreak they go through and for the very first time, the family of one man imprisoned for her murder, tell us why their son got ers: 12K.

Praise for Dear Zari “A powerful collection of testimonies that depict the struggles and hopes of Afghan often emotional and at times painful read, this book is ultimately a poignant celebration of human resilience under unimaginable duress.”.

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Thank you for your patience/5(4). Now Zarghuna, who is 28 and known as Zari because some British people find the guttural "gh" sound difficult, has written about her miserable three Author: Susanna Rustin.

This book is a collection of nonfiction profiles of Afghani women told from their own point of view. The material is from a BBC radio program. The stories are important, giving the western reader a glimpse into a culture that many of us know little about except for what we see on the news/5.

by Zarghuna Kargar. BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON As the opening chapter, this theme of an Afghan woman accepting an unwanted marriage runs throughout the book, which is rife with the tales of abuse the author heard while producing the radio show. "Regardless of illegality," she writes, "most women simply obey their family and consider that whatever.

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