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Empowering Afghan women by education

47 hours left to this campaign will you do a little contribution? Just $20 remained to reach our goal

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I am Mohammad Rahimi, 27 years old and i live in Afghanistan,my G+ profile and here is my Twitter  since 2005 I am running a non-profit, called FONON, FONON website I and my other colleagues have done our best to keep this nonprofit running. We facilitate the followings for Afghan women.

Afghan women taking exam

Literacy courses: You know enough about Afghanistan war and specially women who are the main victim of war, who suffered the most, who was not allowed to go outside of their houses, was escorted by a male member of the family if went out. They had to leave everything behind and escape of death to neighboring countries like Iran and Pakistan where they were not allowed to go to school. And NOW they are mothers, mothers who was a young girl one day and had their dreams, dreaming of a nice future. What happened to all those dreams plans all gone. When we interview with our literacy students they tell the only wish they had in their life to be able to read one day! When they see their children go to school they remember their childhood and cry. Whoever you are that are reading this page I want to tell you the truth that how much hope you plant in the heart of these woman by donating a little. Think of $1 in your life? How much impact does it have in your life? How much difference does it make? And think how much will it change the life of a woman in Afghanistan by enabling us to buy her a pen and pencil?

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Here is how your donation help

  • $1         makes us enable to buy a pencil, notebook and eraser for one literacy student
  • $5         we will be able to buy a literacy book for one student
  • $10        enable us to buy a chair for our classroom
  • $25        will cover a whole stationary of our literacy classroom
  • $50        will help us to pay a lecturer to hold a hygiene seminar for literacy students
  • $100      is one month salary of our literacy teacher for one class.

How will this campaign work?

Our literacy classes are ongoing so the more fund we receive the more classes we will be able to hold. The more you donate a higher grade our students will go.

How you can help?

I understand that if you are not able to make a donation at the moment but still want to contribute there still ways you can be a great help to this campaign.

You can spread the word by your social networks, with friends or anyone who you think that  can be a help.

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Hypocrisy, we are all hypocrites. However, what distinguishes one hypocritical person from another are two things. One, the level of hypocrisy. Two, the way you explain yourself and your actions.

Recently, many countries have been critical of Bahrain’s actions, especially with regards to Abdulhadi AlKhawaja, who is currently standing trial for a coup d’état attempt. I won’t go much into unnecessary details regarding his case, but will just try to simplify things for you all. Really, it is not very complicated to understand everything that Bahrain is currently going through.

First, allow me to dip myself into hypocrisy, then I will touch upon how a country goes by explaining its actions. As I have mentioned, what distinguishes one country from another is the level of hypocrisy, not whether one country does what it preaches. We all tend to sometimes do what we tell others not to do. For example…

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Italy Herald

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I’m a Ubuntu user since 2007, I’ve always experienced some trouble, as almost anyone on Ubuntu, but nothing that google cannot solve in a couple of hours. Then came up Precise Pangolin, even Long Time Support…

In the last seven days I have had to install it at least three times, because my dual monitors and Nvidia graphic card make it freezing all the time.

It is so disappointing.

It’s the first time that I miss Windows, I have to admit it to my self. I spent hours (because I am a passionate not a technician) creating partitions, to have the chance to install every Ubuntu flower as soon as it was released without loosing my files. Actually this had to be the last one…

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Branch 31 of the Supreme Court has sentenced Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjani, a political prisoner incarcerated in Evin prison, to death.

On April 21, 2012, Branch 31 of the Supreme Court upheld the death sentence of political prisoner Gholamreza Khosravi and forwarded the death sentence to the Enforcement Division.

According to human rights reports, on March 7, 2012, Khosravi’s case No. 9009980002013634, carrying a death sentence, was forwarded to Branch 31 of the Supreme Court. This sentence was upheld jointly by the head of the Brach Mr. Jafari & by a Mr. Tabatabaei.

This former 80’s political prisoner, was arrested in 2006 on charges of donating money to an opposition satellite TV station. In 2007, he was tried in a Court in Rafsanjan on charges of espionage and donating money to Mojahedin Khalgh Organization and was sentenced to three years in prison plus three years suspended sentence.

According to reports by…

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