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Add comment on:The Other War: A Look At the Role of Women in Post-9/11 Afghanistan
Democracy Now (repost)
While much of the world's attention focuses on Iraq, the people of Afghanistan, especially women, continue to suffer from President Bush's other war. The liberation of Afghan women - one of the Bush administration’s stated reasons for overthrowing the Taliban – has failed. Insecurity, sexual violence and oppression continue to dominate life for women in Afghanistan. We talk to KPFK's Sonali Kolhatkar
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