شرکت ملالی جویا در کنفرانس زنان شرق میانه در ترکیه
کمیته دفاع از ملالی جویا، سرطان ١٣٩٢-٣٠جون٢٠١٣
ملالی جویا از تاریخ ۳۱ می الی ۴ جون ۲۰۱۳ در گردهمایی زنان شرق میانه که توسط جنبش زنان دموكراتیك كرد موسوم به «دوخ» دایر گردیده بود، شرکت جست.
كنفرانس در دیاربکر از ایالات کردنشین ترکیه، با شرکت ۴۵۰ نماینده از نهادهای زنان در ۲۶ کشور و با یادبود سكینه جانسز، فیدان دوغان و لیلی شایلمز سه زن مبارز کرد که چندی قبل در پاریس ترور شدند برگزار گردیده بود.
Joya addressing Nowruz Festival in South of Afghanistan
March 21, 2013: Malalai Joya addressed a big festival in Khewa district of Nengrahar province in South of Afghanistan. Around 5000 people gathered in this event to celebrate Afghanistan’s New Year (1392), while it was termed “un-Islamic” and “banned” by fundamentalist groups.
Malalai Joya: I am Bradley Manning!
Bradley Manning Support Network, March 24, 2013
I am Malalai Joya, women’s rights and anti-war activist from Afghanistan. I strongly support Bradley Manning, who, by exposing the crimes and wrong-doings of the US government, informed the world about the brutalities and inhuman acts of US army in my country which is suffering under US/NATO occupation and my people are being tortured and killed under a fake banner of “war on terror”. I am inspired by Manning and other great anti-war soldiers, who represent the shining face of America.
In a just society, brave people like Manning should be celebrated while those sitting in the White House, Pentagon and Wall Street should be punished for their war-mongering policies and killing of innocent people around the world for their sinister personal gains.
'The Afghan People Are Fed Up': An Interview with Malalai Joya
For the U.S. government, the wellbeing of the Afghan people has no value at all.
Elsa Rassbach, Common Dreams, January 10, 2013
Malalai Joya, 34, first gained international attention in 2003 when she spoke out publicly against the domination of warlords. She was at that time serving as an elected delegate to the Loya Jirga that was convened to ratify the Constitution of Afghanistan; in 2005 she became one of 68 women elected to the 249-seat National Assembly, or Wolesi Jirga, and was the youngest member of the Afghan parliament.
In 2007 she again spoke out against former warlords and war criminals in the Afghan parliament and was thereupon suspended from the parliament. Since then she has survived many assassination attempts. She travels in Afghanistan with armed guards and has worked tirelessly on behalf of Afghan women and to end the occupation of her country.
ملالی جویا علیه یک دهه جنگ، اشغال و تبلیغات برمیخیزد
ملالی جویا علیه یک دهه جنگ، اشغال و تبلیغات برمیخیزد
حزب همبستگی افغانستان، ۲۵جدی ۱۳۹۱
نویسنده: جون کیولی | مترجم: شبیر احمد
ملالی جویا برای امریکا، ناتو و رهبران افغان یک پیام ساده دارد: بیرون شوید.
او به امریکا و دیگر کشورهای غربی میگوید که از کشورش «بیرون شوند». و او به جنگسالاران، طالبان و بنیادگرایانی که دولت بر سر اقتدار را گردانندگی میکنند میگوید که از سر راه یک آینده صلح آمیز و شکوفا برای افغانهای عام کنار روند.
درحالیکه رییس جمهور حامد کرزی آماده میشود که با باراک اوباما ملاقات نماید و با نزدیک شدن ٢٠١٤ گمانه زنی ها در باره نقش آینده امریکا روبه روشن شدن است، یکی از حامیان پیشتاز صلح در افغانستان به باشندگان امریکا -آنانی که بیزاری شان از جنگ رو به افزایش است- پیامی دارد که ندرتا به گوش میرسد: افغانها خود در میان یک قدرت اشغالگر و دولت فاسد گیر افتاده اند، از جنگ، کشتار و نابودی حقوق و آرزوهایشان به جان آمده اند.
The courage to say no to misogyny
Statement on the attack against 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai
Rabble.ca, October 13, 2012
Malala Yousafzai remains in hospital after being shot in the head by members of a faction of the Taliban in Pakistan. Only 14, Yousafzai received international notoriety soon after her "Diary of a Pakistani Schoolgirl" was published by the BBC in 2009.
Owais Tohid, writing for the Christian Science Monitor, reported that young Malala was motivated by another women's rights activist with the same namesake:
"The first time I met Malala, a couple of years ago, I asked her what her name signified. She answered: 'Probably, a hero like the Afghan heroine Malalai [of Maiwand] or Malalai Joya. I want to be a social activist and an honest politician like her,' she said, smiling. Ms. Joya, a 30-something activist, politician, and writer who was bitterly critical of both the Taliban and the Karzai regime, was at one point dubbed the bravest woman of Afghanistan."
Malalai Joya's Message of Solidarity to SIPC2012
I wished to raise my voice together with you against war-mongering and for peace.
Swan Island Peace Convergence 2012, September 16, 2012.
I wished to raise my voice together with you against war-mongering and for peace. The black clouds of war are overshadowing our earth. The US, depending upon the dirtiest fundamentalists forces such as Al-Qaeda and its likes have pushed Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan into disaster and deviated the uprisings against fundamentalism and dictatorship by handing the leadership to their fundamentalist lackeys; and are now in the process of destroying Syria too. On these bases, struggling against US interference in other countries for whatever excuses, is an indispensable duty of every justice-seeking and freedom-loving individual because with US meddling, the people confront two enemies: the killing machine of the US and its fundamentalist allies, two full catastrophes.
US makes false claims of withdrawing by 2014 but their military and intelligence bases will remain so they can suppress every freedom-loving and independent-seeking movement and I believe that no country is independent with US bases on their grounds.
A Woman Among Warlords: project of a documentary film on Afghanistan
"A Woman Among Warlords" is a sponsored project of "From the Heart Productions".
Rodrigo Guim, Indiegogo, August 12, 2012
This is the project of a documentary film on Afghanistan. It seeks to promote unity of Afghans and the world at large for social change towards democracy, social justice and human rights. For this intent, the film will center on Afghan human rights activist Malalai Joya.
This film is based on the book A Woman Among Warlords, written by Malalai Joya. It presents the story of Malalai from her childhood until today. Her story is both extraordinary and ordinary. Extraordinary because she embodies resistance to oppression since she was young. Ordinary because her story is emblematic of the story of Afghan women of resistance. The focus is on how her life is shaped by her struggles against misogyny, fundamentalism, political oppression and war. Malalai was a war refugee, then she was an underground woman teacher for girls in the Taliban period, later she started a woman's clinic and orphanage and later still got elected to the Afghan parliament. She was suspended by the fundamentalists in power when she spoke in parliament. Hers is a life of struggle amid oppression. Today Malalai is an internationally-acclaimed activist for social justice and human rights struggling for peace and for real democracy in Afghanistan.
“The Afghan parliament is a drama”
Malalai Joya is an Afghan activist
By Zia Ur Rehman, The News International, July 15, 2012
Malalai Joya is an Afghan activist, writer and an outspoken critic of the Afghan warlords, the Karzai government and the US role in her country. In 2003, Joya became famous by speaking out publicly, as an elected delegate to the Constitutional Loya Jirga, against the domination of warlords. In September 2005, she became a member of the parliament (Wolesi Jirga) when she received the second highest number of votes in her home province Farah.
However, she was suspended on May 21, 2007, for continuing to criticise the warlords and drug barons for destroying her country. Joya wears a burqa to disguise her identity after surviving six assassination attempts and lives in different safe-houses.
In 2010, Time magazine called her one of the world’s 100 most influential people, Foreign Policy magazine listed her among its Top Global Thinkers and BBC termed her ‘the bravest woman of Afghanistan’.
ملالی جویا در مورد امضای قرارداد استراتژیک با امریکا
به امضای سند فروش افغانستان نه بگوییم ورنه در پیشگاه تاریخ محکوم خواهیم بود
کرزی این شاه شجاع ثالث بالاخره نامش را به مثابه وطنفروش خاین ثبت تاریخ کرد و سند ننگین فروش افغانستان را به امضا رسانید.
من به نوبه خود این حرکت مغایر با منافع ملی وطن و مردم خود را به حیث خیانت ملی محکوم میکنم و اعلام میدارم که تمامی آنانی که به این سند خاینانه صحه میگذارند محکوم تاریخ و روسیاه خواهند بود. کرزی و حواریونش در وطنفروشی از خاینان گذشته پیشی گرفتند. حداقل آنان پشت دروازه های بسته معاملات ننگین شان را با بادارانشان انجام می دادند اما اینان بی شرمانه و علنی کشور را ارزان به بادارانشان پیشکش نمودند.
تکیه بر یک کشور زورگو و تجاوزگری مثل امریکا که تاریخچهاش با خون و ویرانی و تاراج ملت های فقیر آغشته است و طی سی سال گذشته یکی از مسببین بدبختی وطن و مردم ما بوده است، تنها از کسانی ساخته است که غیرت و شرافت شانرا در بدل مقام و دالر به گرو گذاشته اند.
The Bitter Reality of Afghanistan – with Malalai Joya
Slideshow of 76 photos, published here by The Week on May 2, 2012
Vimeo CaTV channel, May 20, 2012
Behold the effect of white phosphorus bombing on a young child’s skin. In May 2009, Afghan lawmaker Obaidullah Helali, who headed a delegation investigating this massacre from US bombing in the western province of Farah, confirmed that it took the lives of 95 children.
The talk from Malalai Joya was recently hosted in Sydney by Pip Hinman on behalf of the Stop The War Coalition – stopwarcoalition.org – and chaired by Kellie Tranter, lawyer and human rights activist. The visual material comes mainly from Malalai, with a few additions, notably from rawa.org, site of the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan.
Malalai Joya's message to anti-NATO protest in Chicago
Nato's murderous occupation will feel the strength of American and Afghan solidarity in Chicago this weekend
Malalai Joya, The Guardian, May 16, 2012
Chicago police keep watch over protesters marching ahead of the Nato summit. Photograph: Tannen Maury/EPA
Thousands of protesters are expected to descend on Chicago this weekend for Nato's annual summit where Afghanistan will be top of the agenda. It promises to be one of the most important anti-war demonstrations of our generation. I will be unable to travel to attend, but from here in Kabul I can tell you that the whole country will be watching Chicago this weekend.
The protesters remind us that the US government is not representative of the US people. It's encouraging to see so many willing to take action and stand up against this unjust, disastrous war.
Joya’s story is an inspiring one
Raising My Voice is the real story of Afghanistan’s youngest female politician, Malalai Joya
Marie, Leaves in the Lonnen, May 15, 2012
April came with much promise, for I managed to get my hands on a book I had much wanted to read for months. Raising My Voice is the real story of Afghanistan’s youngest female politician, Malalai Joya. I first came across her name in an Afghan exhibit in Second Life, the creator of which told me of this amazing woman and her struggle to bring justice and freedom to the people of her country.
Joya’s story is an inspiring one. Through her own words you learn the truth about post-war Afghanistan. Even though the country has a parliament, it is a corrupt one, populated by the same warlords who ravaged the Afghan population before the rise of the Taliban. Those few politicians who choose to stand up for the rights of their people are silenced, ridiculed, threatened and murdered in the pursuit of justice. From an early age, Joya chose to be a fighter: surviving endless derision and many assassination attempts, she has continued fighting for Afghanistan. Reading her story has made me an avid fan of hers; in an age of political apathy and spineless ineffective politicians it is satisfying to learn about a politician who truly deserves the title.
Malalai Joya: ‘My country needs you to get the troops out’
“No nation can liberate another nation,” Joya said.
Pip Hinman,Green Left Weekly, April 13, 2012
“You have to put more pressure on your government to allow Afghans decide their own future”, Afghan democracy activist and former MP Malalai Joya told a 150-strong public forum on April 11.
“No nation can liberate another nation,” Joya said. “Ten years of war should have made this clear. It's better the troops leave.”
The public meeting, organised by Sydney Stop the War Coalition, was chaired by human rights activist and lawyer Kellie Tranter. Tranter told Green Left Weekly: “It's important to listen to Malalai Joya because she is the voice of a vast network of ordinary people across Afghanistan who are saying the foreign troops have to get out.”
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- German MP Heike Hänsel Condemns attack on Joya's office
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- Assassination attempt on Malalai Joya, two guards injured
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- Raising My Voice by Malalai Joya: Book Review
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- Malalai Joya's Message on the 10th Anniversary of the Afghanistan War
- Malalai Joya: Australia is making Afghanistan worse
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