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|Marcelo Aninat |
Los Andes (Chile)
Solo le pido a Dios
Ver un mundo nuevo para mis nietos
Con amor y tolerancia
y no llorar por las miles de mujeres
|Gilberto Castañeda |
You are doing a great job. You are so brave! RAWA deserves all my support.
|Sayantan Dasgupta |
|Roald Atle Furre |
Keep up your fight for FREEDOM - and DEMOCRACY
|Lisa Nicole Szucs |
Our hearts ache for the cruelties that women and girls are forced to endure at the hands of men-- and the deeply misguided religious policies that allow these evils to flourish. You all deserve freedom from harm, the freedom to choose, and the freedom to be educated. The days of cruelty toward women are coming to an end. The ignorance that perpetuates these cruelties will no longer be tolerated by the global community. Until then, we wish you peace, love, and strength. We are with you, sisters.
|daniel cazard |
Prosper may the brave.
My heart, soul and anger be with you, as you fight one of the most sickening diseases still infesting our planet, the crimes against women, the denial of voice and rights, unpunished violence and murder, gendercide and the intolerable imposition of fundamentalism.
I am very interested in helping Afghan women it is important that they have help for what has been done to them.
|Guy Roy |
Longue vie au combat des femmes afghanes
|yoga prakash saraswati |
i wish you every success in bringing human values to your country
|Terry B. |
Good to see you still fighting
I LOVE THIS ORGANIZATION BCS IT GIVES MANY GOOD DEEDS OVER AFGANISTHAN. I WILL SHARE SOME THOUGHTS IN MY MIND.IN SHA ALLAH
|Sheridan Peterson |
What has become of Malalai Joya, A Woman Among Warlords?
|Nida Jamshed |
I read a book on 'Meena-the heroine of Afghanistan' and it brought tears in my eyes.I pray one day Afghani women will get the freedom and justice like their male counterparts.I wish I could help RAWA.
|havva kazdal zeytin |
ý hope all women to be free
|B. Ross Ashley |
Toronto, ON, Canada
Good to see you are still keeping up the fight ... keep on.
I believe it is very important to help the women and girls of the world to be an excellent daughters, sisters, mothers, wives, businesswomen because after all, they are the wombs which life comes through, all by the permission and will of The Creator, and the first teacher. The womb of society!
Keep it up!
|T Vikas babu |
I am NGO working in India for girl child rights I would like to work I afghan if u give me a chance my mob no is +919000996622
|Anurag Pandey |
i love to learn and undestand Islam for my indian muslim brothers...
اگر بتوانید به فیس بوک وصل بشوید خیلی بهتر است
|janet lee |
I like your page a lot, and I am one of people fighting against violence against women.
|M.Waheed Farooqi |
I like your work and Activity of RAWA i want to join your Organization i want work with you for Rights and protract the woman .
Excellent for Amazing work and Data You Collect Nice I rally Thanks For Wonder full work
hola.....soy ecuatoriana y admiro que hayan aun personas como ustedes que estan tratando de defender su honor y dignidad,ser mujer, no es malo ,estos miserables que las irrespetan son los que merecen morir..mujeres armence de valor y ya no permitan que se las maltrate mas....detesto que por alla en el medio oriente no valoren a las mujeres, que son lo mas preciado que tiene el planeta, pues somos las que sabemos traer al mundo a la humanidad.
|Mike Wahl |
You should have a Facebook, and other social media page
|tamin amini |
My afghan sisters how my heart grieves for you all. My goal in life is to now become a nurse and travel to your country to help with the self-immolation victims as well as those of you hurt by the disgusting ignorant taliban and abusive stupid excuses for men. Stay strong you are all beautiful, intelligent, and so loved by your American sisters!
|ahmad fahim |
with a special thanks to your efforts in the field of human rights particullary for afghan women.
i wish more successfulness for you
|Ana Bernal |
I would like to send you some wishes to you for coping you fight for more recogntions of human rights in your country
I cried after reading the Book about Mena, I pray that the children and Women of Afghanastan will come out of this safely. Seeing the Muslin Women in Australia makes me wonder will you ever be free from the injustice of Men.
where are the books availables
|Corinna Gallop |
RAWA is doing great job, but the question is that why RAWA is upraising their voices only for Women rights?
Are only woman effected by Afghan war? While every day we are witness that dozens of innocent humans included children are brutally killing in Afghanistan. If RAWA really wants to find place in the heart of people they should fight against brutality and injustice for all Afghans.
|Sayed Nabi |
dear sisters i am realy proud of you and your braver and i am with to help and work with you
kabul khoshall khan mena
| |My deepest sympathy goes out to the women and children of Afghanistan. I hope for a peaceful world free of war and suffering for all humanity.
May peace and love someday reign
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