Finché avrò voce. La mia lotta contro i signori della guerra e l'oppressione delle donne afgane

Finch avr voce La mia lotta contro i signori della guerra e l oppressione delle donne afgane Maladai era ancora tra le braccia della mamma quando i russi hanno invaso l Afganistan E aveva solo quattro anni quando la sua famiglia si rifugiata in Pakistan Poi sono venuti la guerra civile negli

  • Title: Finché avrò voce. La mia lotta contro i signori della guerra e l'oppressione delle donne afgane
  • Author: Malalai Joya Derrick O'keefe Franca Genta Bonelli
  • ISBN: 9788856613025
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • Maladai era ancora tra le braccia della mamma quando i russi hanno invaso l Afganistan E aveva solo quattro anni quando la sua famiglia si rifugiata in Pakistan Poi sono venuti la guerra civile negli anni Novanta, la presa del potere dei Talebani, la guerra del terrore degli americani Oggi che una giovane donna, Malalai Joya non ha conosciuto un solo giorno di pacMaladai era ancora tra le braccia della mamma quando i russi hanno invaso l Afganistan E aveva solo quattro anni quando la sua famiglia si rifugiata in Pakistan Poi sono venuti la guerra civile negli anni Novanta, la presa del potere dei Talebani, la guerra del terrore degli americani Oggi che una giovane donna, Malalai Joya non ha conosciuto un solo giorno di pace in vita sua Forse per questo, perch nel suo paese ha vistoa alternarsi gli oppressori mentre restava identica la pi brutale violenza, ha deciso da subito che avrebbe lottato per la propria libert e per la libert negata delle donne afgane.Quando, dopo il crollo del regime talebano, Malalai ha la pos sibilit di entrare a far parte dei delegati della Loya Jirga, il gran consiglio afgano che dovrebbe governare il nuovo corso, si ritrova in realt seduta a fianco degli aguzzini di sempre Lo sgomento non dura che un attimo Poi Malalai decide, consapevole che ci sono scelte che segnano una vita per sempre.Decide di non piegarsi alla legge del silenzio Osa dare voce a chi non ha voce Si alza Chiede la parola E proprio lei, una donna, dice la verit che nessuno aveva mai detto In aula scoppia il putiferio Infedele , gridano le lunghe barbe Prostituta Solo l intervento di altre delegate evita il peggio Dal giorno del suo intervento, Malalai oggetto di continue minacce di morte e di continui tentativi di attentati Ormai vive una vita blindata, cambia casa ogni giorno, costretta a girare con il burqua, proprio lei che lo combatte da sempre E il giorno del suo matrimonio ha dovuto controllare in ogni mazzo di fiori che non ci fossero bombe Per la sua battaglia non si ferma, niente pu pi tacere la sua voce, che rivela le verit pi scomode e taciute, i silenzi sulle connivenze internazionali, la natura fondamentalista del regime Karzai, in cui si intensifica la presenza di trafficanti di armi, di droga, di violatori dei diritti umani La storia e quella tormentata del suo paese si intrecciano.

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    About “Malalai Joya Derrick O'keefe Franca Genta Bonelli

    • Malalai Joya Derrick O'keefe Franca Genta Bonelli

      Malalai Joya Pashto born April 25, 1978 is an activist, writer and a former politician from Afghanistan She served as a Parliamentarian in the National Assembly of Afghanistan from 2005 until early 2007, after being dismissed for publicly denouncing the presence of what she considered to be warlords and war criminals in the Afghan parliament She is an outspoken critic of the Karzai administration and its western supporters, particularly the United States.In 2010, Time magazine placed Malalai Joya on their annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world Foreign Policy Magazine listed Malalai Joya in its annual list of the Top 100 Global Thinkers On March 8, 2011, The Guardian listed her among Top 100 women activists and campaigners.Source enpedia wiki Malalai_

    564 thoughts on “Finché avrò voce. La mia lotta contro i signori della guerra e l'oppressione delle donne afgane

    • This is a very touching memoir of a very courageous young woman. Forget about everything you thought you knew about Afghanistan.No nation can donate liberation to another nation. These values must be fought for and won by the people themselves. All of our human rights have been won through struggle, and all of them can be lost through neglect.Never before has a memoir moved me as much as Malalai Joya's Raising my Voice: The extraordinary story of the Afghan woman who dares to speak out has. It [...]

    • First off let me say, there have been 2 versions of this book released. I just bought it for my Kindle last week, so I have the latest edition. I did not find the writing as objectionable as some reviewers have. I'm sure as in most books there are areas where it could be improved, but it was not a distraction to me at all.There are many extraordinary men and women in this world and this book is the story of one of them. Although Malalai Joya is a young woman, she has an important story to tell. [...]

    • Malalai Joya has outsized courage. She has experienced trauma and seen brutality and grinding poverty on a scale we who live under stable governments cannot imagine. Just knowing that carrying a book inside your burka can cost you your life is an outrageous thought. She braved this and more to share her education. Later she used her courage on the local and world stages.It is painful to know that the perpetrators of the destruction of Kabul, those who murdered innocents and those who made and en [...]

    • This should be mandatory reading for anyone who wants to understand Afghanistan. Malalai Joya was the youngest member of Afghanistan's first post-Taliban Parliament, and her story is as shocking as it is inspiring. It's not a gentle book; Joya doesn't pull any punches, no matter what aspect of her country's dire situation she's addressing. This can be hard for an American reader, but when you think about the fact that the woman criticizing the NATO operation so mercilessly on paper has also risk [...]

    • I recently heard Joya interviewed on the radio and that is what prompted me to read this book. Figured it was about time that I learned a little bit more about Afghanistan from something other than filtered western news. Really, this is an incredible and inspiring story of one woman's courage and determination to stand up to the criminal and thuggish nature of those in power in Afghanistan. I am awed. She does not paint a pretty picture either of politics in her own country or of the presence/po [...]

    • This is a book that definitely deserves to be read as it contains very important information about the reality of life inside Afghanistan written by a very dedicated and brave woman. She rightly points out that we in the west following mainstream media really have no concept of the reality of what is occurring every day in Afghanistan. It's a wake-up call and forced me to start considering what NATO forces are really trying to acheive there. The reason I only gave it two stars is not from what M [...]

    • A Woman Among Warlords - Malalai JoyaSEE Malalai ON DEMOCRACY NOW March 28, 2011:democracynow/2011/3/28This book is very good, and it represents a grass-roots voice of both people of Afghanistan and of free-thinking Islamic women.There are three main parts or aspects to this book. A memoir of a child growing up in Afghanistan during the Soviet occupation, and being a refugee from that regime, and then the time after returning to Afghanistan when the Taliban come to power, secretly teaching schoo [...]

    • You've gotta hand it to Malalai Joya. In a country rife with gender inequality like Afghanistan, Joya stood up for basic human rights and even got herself elected to the Afghani parliament. I can't imagine what it took to be able to be that voice of reason. I do wish that the book would have discussed a little more about the formation of Joya's views. How did she decide what to believe in? Where did she find that courage? This is a great book about making a difference and speaking out even when [...]

    • This challenged my beliefs and made me think. A lot. Malalai Joya is a young Afghan who showed her courage by teaching young girls when the Taliban made it illegal. Her bravery has continued, many of her friends and allies have been assasanaited or imprisoned yet Malali has continued to speak out .What is challenging is her argument is that the US and UN have put warlords in control of Afghanistan and those warlords are not much better than the Taliban. She cites many examples who either coopera [...]

    • an important book in that it highlights the reality in Afghanistan that is not told in the mainstream media. She gives some of the history too which is new to me and helped me understand the current situation. There is no doubt she is extraordinarily brave to stand up for the rights of women and justice in a country where opening her mouth is immediate suicide, and incredibly tenacious and passionate in her goals to get as far as being an MP - the fact she is still alive shows she has a lot of g [...]

    • I read this book as part of the World Reading Challenge #1, Afghanistan. This is a very inspiring book; The voice of Malalai Joya represents no just people in Afghanistan but all over the world. They called her the bravest woman in Afghanistan because She did and is doing things that bring hope to the hopeless and challenge us to care for widows, orphans, women, the oppressed and others around us. Her voice will make you cry and also smile, because her voice is real and full of grace even when s [...]

    • an amazing story. My husband an I are at opposites when it comes it the issue of afghanistan. I am making him read this book. After reading this book I want to become an activist. All through the book ( i read it in about 9 hours and still made dinner)I kept wondering "why won't she let it gooooooo." Yes people need to be brought before the wars commission for Crimes against Humanity, and yes when this country is solvent enough, these men will face punishment. But then I finally came up with it. [...]

    • Wow, okay, this is a woman in Afghanistan who won a seat in parliament. Which is pretty cool. But she's a progressive, a fighter for the common man. In this book she sketches out some of the political history, and shows how many of the elected representatives are the same warlords that have been terrorizing the locals. (She draws a line between legitimate freedom fighters and warlords.)Her story has moments of breath-taking appalling behavior - refusing to let her speak for the flimsiest of reas [...]

    • الكتاب عن ناشطة أفغانستانية تحكي قصتها في الصمود أمام السياسيين الفاسدين في أفغانستنان و تصور لك حياة المواطن الأفغانستاني في الحرب المتواصلة في أفغانستان ما بين أطراف كلهم يطمعون بالسلطة لمصالحهم الخاصة وليس من أجل حرية أفغانستنان و توفير الأمن والأمان. ستجد في الكتاب ال [...]

    • This book is about a young woman in Afghanistan who, despite all odds, taught in secret girls' schools, established a medical clinic and orphanage, and became the youngest person elected to Afghanistan's new Parliament. It was extremely interesting and gave a lot of insight to a country that I really don't know a lot about. It also made me sad that conditions, especially women's rights, are still so bad in many countries.

    • A great look into the history of Afghanistan and it's current situation. Malalai Joya is an inspiration to read; a young woman who is so brave and loves her country so much that she could not just sit by while corruption and violence took over. A good read if you're interested in learning about women's rights in Afghanistan

    • A touching story of the truth overseas that we are all too often removed. An inspiring woman whoms passion is infectious. Also, keep tissue on hand.

    • This is an awesome book!Malalai is a very brave young woman. Her voice shook and attracted people, not only in Afghanistan, but also from around the world.This is a really insightful book of the true condition of Afghanistan. No dramas. No self-pity. It describes life as it is as Joya and millions of Afghans likely to face everyday. It is very important for everyone to understand the definition of TERRORISM. People used to think that terrorism is caused by extremist who wants nothing but chaos. [...]

    • This is the best of the six books I have now read on women in Afghanistan. Joya is an activist who was elected to the Loya Jirga (the Afghan Parliament) but prevented from speaking and then expelled for criticizing the warlords who still control the country with the support of the US occupation.I began my reading on Afghanistan with the book of another member of the legislature, Fawzia Koofi, which is the book for the Utah State Library book discussion this month. Although I was impressed by Koo [...]

    • Malalai Joya has been called "the bravest woman in Afghanistan." At a constitutional assembly in Kabul in 2003, she stood up and denounced her country's powerful NATO-backed warlords. She was twenty-five years old. Two years later, she became the youngest person elected to Afghanistan's new Parliament. In 2007, she was suspended from Parliament for her persistent criticism of the warlords and drug barons and their cronies. She has survived four assassination attempts to date, is accompanied at a [...]

    • It is an inspiring memoir of Afghan young lady who loves her country and people and goes to an unimaginable length to help both. In her memoir, Joya attempts to change the stereotypical image of Afghan as terrorist, and backward people. While she sketches her biography, Joya describes the real nature Afghans, and describes their misery, their struggle, and mostly their love for education and freedom. In this book, Joya gives an account of her life since she was a kid, and after she was thrown ou [...]

    • Malalai Joya was the youngest woman to be elected to parliament in Afghanistan. In ‘Raising my Voice’ Joya shows how she started off secretly teaching women and girls in underground schools which were illegal in times of the Taliban rule risking her life to do so. Joya is a fearless woman desperate to see her country free of the reign of vicious warlords and the foreign troops who protect them. When she is elected to parliament she uses her position to speak out about the crimes of these War [...]

    • "In the hoax of a "war in terror," groups are labeled "terrorist" depending on how useful they are to the goals of the United States. The United States calls the Taliban terrorists, but not the warlords who murder and rape innocents to impose their will on the people." The quote above taken from the last chapter pretty much sums up the book very well. Malalai Joya isn't a story teller, however she is a giver of education. This book taught me a lot about the invisible hand that the United States [...]

    • Wow! What an EXCELLENT book! I admire the author very much. I knew basic information about Afghanistan but this was a riveting read. I admire the author for the determined desire to improve her country and no matter what the obstacles facing her she still continues because she truly loves the people of her country and her country.The information regarding how the wars have devastated the country and how Western influence is causing even more problems are not surprising at all. I am former milita [...]

    • Truly, this is a book everyone should read. Malalai Joya is an amazing woman. I've ready other books about brave and daring women in Afghanistan but Joya fleshes out the experience from a very different perspective, as one who was elected to office and then drummed out of Parliament by warlords and those backed by them.Don't think she is part of the elite since she was elected to office. She grew up in a refugee camp so she knows the truth about daily life for common Afghanis. It is her experien [...]

    • Malalai Joya is a very brave young woman, an Afghan raised in a world of turmoil, living in refugee camps in Iran and Pakistan only to return to her homeland and start the struggle for justice. The crime, the poor and women's rights all form Malalai's battlefield, oppressed by a corrupt Government to which she was elected but only once was allowed give a speech before she was banned from Government."The Afghan people need help" is her repeated plea, the "corrupt Government" with the involvement [...]

    • Unfortunately some people believe everything that they read or hear, that seems to be the case with this author and hopefully not the case with too many of the readers of this book. The author is naïve, ill-informed, and immature – she seems to feel that she is owed an awful lot, not matter who she is talking to. Many parts of the text are deliberately misleading and politically motivated, with a mix of both a self-serving and politically motivated agenda – those who are not with her are ag [...]

    • She raises some valid points, and the book is well written in the sense that before delving into the political issues at hand, she reviews the history of Afghanistan so that the reader will understand some of the background leading up to the state they're in now. She also gets big points from me for calling a spade a spade knowing that her point of view will no doubt be an unpopular one. It takes a stong will and alot of courage to stand up for whats right and break the cycle of violence in a co [...]

    • What would you risk in order to have books, education, basic human rights?Luckily, most of us will never have to ask ourselves that questions. In Afghanistan it's the constant question. Malaila Joya has risked her life and sacrificied any normalcy she might have had to fight for her country's freedom, actually it's very soul! I'm not sure I agree with Joya's assessment of every issue. While I greatly admire her quest for truth, at times she comes across as strident and unwilling to even consider [...]

    • Malalai Joya's A Woman Among Warlords delighted me immensely. I did not know much about Afghanistan going into this, and I would not have read this book if not for the fact that it's required in one of my classes. I am so thankful that I got to read this book.Joya is an intense, outspoken, hard-working woman living in Afghanistan. She tells her story as well as the collective story of her people. Joya discusses the history of Afghanistan and also discusses how her country has been affected by th [...]

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