Mar 30, 2006

Converting from Islam to Christianity

As the news of Abdul Rahman vastly spread out in the world of Christianity, many countries called for sympathetic and supporting him. In the first days President Karzai received a phone call from the U.S foreign ministry Condoleesa Rice doubled tension among those Muslims toughed believers in the country. Converting to another religion from Islam is not easily driving to death but cogitating and more analyzing the condition and the situation.

On Wednesday morning reported to media that Abdul Rahman released from prison due to mental problem. But media still pointing on this issue that sparked a serious controversy inside the country. When the judiciary announced that Abdul Rahman should be executed according to Shariah law and a constitution because of converting to Christianity.

A few days before Abdul Rahman had said to the court: “they want to kill me because I am Christian. I believe in Christianity it means I am not infidel”.
His family told to media that he is an infidel and having mental problem but he himself told to media that I am in a good health and I am not afraid of execution, I will not get back to Islam.

Although various international leaders and countries asked from President Karzai to reconsider this issue and some of them warned that if Abdul Rahman go to death they will take out their soldiers from Afghanistan. Pope Benedictus also asked for a fair trial from Karzai.
Abdul Rahman was releasing while tens of fundamentalist parties were coming around to arrange a huge demonstration against U.S.A and those countries which are directly asked for releasing Abdul Rahman. Although thousands of people run on the street in northern to protest against U.S.

Anyway Afghan government released him from prison; this was not accidentally but so wisely from Afghanistan government. If this issue would get a week longer surely it was another controversial subject as Danish cartoonist. Some believed that this may cause for provoking those who still having the shadow of Taliban in the southern.

I believe that this was only a collusion in the country. This was a serious threat against U.S and Karzai government especially for the latest changes which entered talented figures in his cabinet from previous communist regime which Muslim fundamentalists oppose on them. This can be a reason otherwise what is the necessity to carry out the Bible on the street and shows for the others that I become a Christian. We have Hindus and Christian in the country and they are living peacefully. The Christians have church in the capital I am sure the government knows about it.

Abdul Rahman lived for a long time in Pakistan and was known in the past as a fundamentalist. He had worked for Mudjaheedin and had fought against the Soviet Union. Many were talking that he was accused to espionage for ISI. This makes clear for people that he was an active member of Jamiat Islami party which was lead by Ahmadshah Masood, a warlord (The warlord who destroyed the Kabul city vastly). Assassinated by a suspected terrorist just a week before September 11, 2001. In recent years Abdul Rahman was living in Germany, but was deported last year after his asylum seeking was rejected. Abdul Rahman went out of the country but now caused a big tension in the country which can not be stopped soon very easily.

Mar 27, 2006

We have no problem!!!?...!???...?!!!

President Karzai says: Right now Afghans have no problem... They are living in a welfare society... their children playing with U.S dollar... Afghan children are not begging anymore... each of them having dollars in their pocket!!! BUT Karzai forget to come in the city and look the children in the street…

Mar 14, 2006

U.S soldier killed in accident and four killed in explosion

A U.S soldier killed on the road of Kabul to Jalalabad. A press release from U.S military base in Bagram International airport has said that this was accident while the U.S solider were going for a combat towards Nangarhar. Torkham is a place which the accident happened. It added that the soldier died on the way while a military vehicle returning him to the Bargam airbase.

The statement added that on Sunday four US soldiers were killed in a landmine explosion while cruising to a remote district.

Mar 12, 2006

Well-known Afghan Rubab player performs in NYC

The Music of Central Asia on Stage in New York, Tuesday, March 21, 2006:

Exile from Kabul, Fourteenth-Century Poetry in Tajikistan, and the Music of Nomadic Kyrgyzstan

Ranging from Kabul to Samarkand, VIA KABUL: Central Asia Without Borders features Homayun Sakhi, admired as the outstanding Afghan rubab player of his generation, Tengir-Too, a Kyrgyz ensemble that reveals the passions and rhythms of mountain nomads, and The Academy of Maqam, which sets mystical, Sufi-inspired verse to lyrical melodies that were once played in the pleasure domes of Samarkand and Bukhara.

Tuesday, March 218:00 pm ConcertMiller Theatre at Columbia University116th & BroadwayNew York City$15 tickets for the public, call the Miller Box Office 212-854-7799 or visit in person M - F 12 – 6 PM
Co-presented by the Aga Khan Music Initiative in Central Asia and the Columbia University Arts Initiative.
More information on the NYC

Mar 4, 2006

My Farsi blog hacked by Saudi

My Farsi blog was hacked by some idiots. Recently I wrote an article about Sex and Quraan (Muslim holey book), Sex and Islamic society in my Farsi blog. Over the last few days I received lots of critics and warnings. And yesterday I received a message that told me I had to ask God for forgiveness. They warned me to stop writing about Islam. They told me to wait for the results of what I wrote about Sex and Quraan in my Farsi blog. I mentioned a verse from Quraan that gives direction to Anal Sex. And I wrote something about women and taboos in Islamic society.
I am not sure how it’s possible to trace and find them. Who enlightens me?
So today I am really sad; I lost my posts and I am sad that people who hosted me are not too reliable and secure which I thought they were. Ipaid and asked them to take care of it. It’s very normal that my Farsi blog goes down for almost five hours in 24 hours and I’m really tired of such inconveniences.

For the hackers: I am sure that hackers who do jobs like this one are like terrorists and as brutal as al-Qaeda. They are only different in position and place. Their attacks are against your mind, thoughts, and believes. They terrorise your pen, your freedom and independency. They are attacks to limit the world to say no to freedom of expression. Hackers are criminals like Saddam Hussain, just a bit different.

I am depressed; I had no archive of my posts. I kindly ask, if you are able please help me. I want to host my Blog somewhere in a very secure host server. I am ready to pay to advertise but I need a secure place to publish my thoughts.

Please help me!

Mar 3, 2006

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Feb 18, 2006

New United Nation envoy for Afghanistan

On Thursday the new UN envoy for Afghanistan Tom Koenigs arrived in Kabul to take charge of his diplomatic assignment.
Tom Koenigs while reached in Kabul Airport pointed out that that during his stay in Afghanistan, he would focus on security issues in coordination with the Afghan government.

Tom has added to his speech that this is his first time visiting Afghanistan and he thinks the situation is is better now than before.n is good.

He also has said he would exchange views on different issues during his meeting with Afghan President Hamid Karzai to apprise himself of the fresh situation

Feb 13, 2006

Karzai visit Pakistan

President Hamid Karzai will have an official visit to Pakistan within a couple of days. During the two days stay in Pakistan Karzai and his counterpart General Parvez Musharaf and Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and other Pakistani authorities would focus on boosting cooperation in fields of including war on terror, trade and economy between the tow neighboring countries. President Karzai will also deliver a speech in Pakistani Militray academy about his government’s achievements in war against terroris.

Feb 11, 2006

My interview

Here is my Interview with gair rhydd weekly Newspaper in UK page 20

Here is my Interview and the PDF file link, the last issue, page 20 "Politics" - gair ghydd weekly newspaper

Feb 7, 2006

Poison gas against protesters in northern Afghanistan

Today morning hundreds of people in different provinces of Afghanistan ran on the streets for demonstrating against Danish publication in blasphemy about Mohammad the prophet of Muslims. Protesters in Maimana the central of Fariab blazed the PRT office. PRT soldier to avoid of further danger used poison gas against extremists and protesters.

According to a local reporter more than 40 protesters taken to the hospital and one protester killed while PRT soldier open fired on them.

Demonstration is continuing in Herat. Demonstration is followed today in Kabul, people for demonstration avoided by police to enter in the city but still there are 4 injured and lots of cars and buildings damaged. Yesterday they also damaged many buildings and blazed cars and shops.

Protesters going up on the wall of Danmak Embassy while they are trying to blaze the Embassy of Danmark. Here are the photos

Feb 6, 2006

Protesters want to explode the Danish Embassy

In the recent days, hundreds of people in different provinces like Khost, Logar and Badakhshan protest and condemned the Cartoonist and the publication which printed the cartoons of Mohammad recently.
The demonstrator were asking from Afghanistan government to close the Danish embassy in Kabul. They also asked from Danish government to apologize and calling the cartoonist and newspaper in international court for trial.

Most of the protesters were chanting and wanting from Muslims to explode the Danish embassy while the other were wanting from Afghanistan government to send the Danish troops serving inside International force peace keeper out of Afghanistan.

A few days before, Afghanistan parliament also condemned and ask for trial and punishment of cartoonist and published the cartoons.

Today in Kabul there was also tens of people run out for demonstrating against blasphemy in Danmark which committed by a different publications. Protester were blocked the road in Wazir Akbar khan street and trying to find out the location of Danmark Embassy in Kabul, they could find the exact building but damaged the cars and building in Wazir Akbar khan – Kabul.
Demonstration is hugely increasing in different part of the country. In Parwan province the high way were heavily blocked by protesters and blazed the building the institutes of cleaning mines.

Feb 4, 2006

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Jan 30, 2006

Building prison Kabul

President Hamid Karzai said that his government would build new prisons for detainees shifted from the US detention center in Guantanamo Bay.

According to Media U.S military would take back hundreds of Afghan held in Guantanamo Bay – Cuba. The prison for these detainees would complete within two years, said karzai.

Jan 29, 2006

British Troops in Afghanistan

According to Media British announced that its troop numbers in Afghanistan will peak this year at 5700 with the deployment of thousands of fresh soldiers as part of a NATO expansion there.
The 4600 additional troops include 3300 for a special force task with reconstruction and fighting against drug trade in dangerous district in southern of Afghanistan.

Jan 28, 2006

New TV channels and Censorship

Tow new private television channels in the name of Saqi and Hera have launched broadcasting in the western of the country Herat province.
Saqi started broadcasting on Friday with four hours broadcasting daily. Hera start broadcast six hours daily.

Beside of four private channels like Ariana tv, Tolo tv, Ayna tv, Afghan tv and including one government TV these two is launched outside of the capital.
According to the ministry of information and culture more than 25 other private channels are registered to started the gradually the transmission.

Las week Afghan TV accused and punished to 50000 Afghanis equal to 1000 U.S dollar for broadcasting a un-islamic pictures which showed a half naked body of woman in TV. Now the entire channel started censorship.

Jan 23, 2006

Crimes on the rise

------- A few days before four people involved in theft and armed robberies. A local officer has said to the Media that more than 200 thieves had been arrested during the past one month. However, residents complained organized gangs of robbers and dacoits were still active in the area. There are still many armed gangs and thieves in the commanders, incidents of robberies, theft and dacoits were difficult to contain, believed the residents. A week back police arrested two armed men recovered three lifted vehicles with a number of other valuables from them in the same area. Most of the crimes are recorded as the people who left the front of war, now they joined to a different kind of gangs and robbers which mostly ambushing the highways. Government had still was in struggle to end this but still people are witnessed of increasing crimes in the country.

Jan 21, 2006

As The World Turns

If we could shrink the earth's population to avillage of precisely 100 people, with all the existinghuman ratios remaining the same, it would looksomething like the following.

There would be:

57 Asians

21 Europeans
14 from the Western Hemisphere,both north and south
8 would be Africans

52 would be female48 would be male

30 would be white70 would be non-white
70 would be non-Christian30 would be Christian
89 would be heterosexual11 would be homosexual

6 people would possess 59% of the entire world's wealthand all 6 would be from the USA.

80 would live in substandard housing
70 would be unable to read
50 would suffer from malnutrition
1 would be near death
1 would be near birth

1 (yes, only 1) would havea college education

1 (yes, only1) would own computer.

When one considers our world from such a compressed perspective,we realize the need for acceptance, understanding and education.

And, therefore...
If you have food in the refrigerator, clothes on your back, a roofoverhead and a place to sleep, you are richer than 75% of this world.
If you woke up this morning with more health than illness, youare more blessed than the million who will not survive this week.
If you have money in the bank, in your wallet, and spare change ina dish someplace, you are among the top 8% of the world's wealthy.
If you can attend a religious meeting without fear of harassment,arrest, torture, or death, you are more blessed thanthree billion people in the world.
If you have never experienced the danger of battle, the loneliness ofimprisonment, the agony of torture, or the pangs of starvation,you are ahead of 500 million people in the world.

If you can read this message you are more blessed than the overtwo billion people in the world who cannot read at all.

As you read this and are reminded how lifeis in the rest of the world, rememberjust how blessed you really are!

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Jan 15, 2006

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Jan 9, 2006

Officials invovled in drug trafficking

Deputy Interior Ministry on counter narcotics General Mohammad Daud has accused some officials at the Kabul airport of involvement in drug trafficking.

Addressing a press conference a few days before that some employees of the airport are involved in drug smuggling. In this regards, he address that recently four policeman with 500kg of contraband were arrested in an airport of the country.
Eighteen drug smugglers including Nigerian Nationals which were recently detained with drug by police in Kabul Airport.

The international police (Interpol) General Daud informed those drug mafias were trying to use Afghan airports for trafficking the contraband outside the country.
However he added that the government was determined to eradicate poppy and in this case trained 1300 police to send in Badakhshan, Nangarhar and other poppy growing provinces.
The Afghan government as well as UN reports has confirmed 21 percent were decrease in poppy cultivation from last year.

Jan 2, 2006

Deadline for foreign NGOs

On 31st of December, Interior ministry issued one week deadline to all national and foreign NGOs, to remove their barricades that are blocked the roads and subway in the capital – Kabul to ensure smooth traffic in the city. This deadline is including military base and institutes based in the crowded part of Kabul.

The official and authorties of the concerned NGOs were didected in a meeting which held in the ministry of interior. Colalition forces and Serena Hotl were also included in the list of those which were asked to remove the barricades.

Interior minister has told to media that if NGOs denied to clean up the barriers which blocked the roads, government would take step for their removing.