The number and magnitude of obstacles the author faced in her childhood was stunning. The first part of the book is about her younger days in Afghanistan then specifically her 2 years in Germany. After that it talks about her short return home and moving to a near by country. The entire book was written in Farah's point of view. This story is enticing and will keep you at the verge of tears the whole time. When Farah was 7 she was running late to school so she foolishly decided to go on a shortcut that would take her This book is about an Islamic Afghan girl called Farah Ahmedi.
Taliban poison attack results in 160 Afghan schoolgirls being rushed to hospital
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Dozens of Afghan schoolgirls taken to hospital after 'poison attack by Taliban'
Share Scores of students were left unconscious. The attacks have been blamed on the Taliban, who are accused of wanting to close schools before the withdrawal of foreign combat troops from the country. Speaking following last week's attack, police spokesman Khalilullah Aseer said: A total of girls aged between ten and 20 from the Aahan Dara Girls School were taken to hospital last month Banned:
Share this article Share He said 'enemies of the government and the country' were to blame for the mass illness. There have been numerous substantiated cases of mass poisonings of schoolgirls in Afghanistan by ultra-conservatives who oppose giving women access to education. The girls in Takhar, about miles north of Kabul, were taken to a provincial hospital. Most were released after being treated but Dr Jamil Frotan, head of the hospital, said several victims remained in a critical condition yesterday.