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How I opened an underground school for girls in Kabul




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Parastoo Hakim fights for young Afghan women to continue learning despite the closure of schools by the ruling Taliban. Testimony.

Relapse.  On August 15, 2021, twenty years after being driven out, the Taliban entered Kabul and regained power.  Since then, secondary schools for girls have closed, giving way to clandestine education.

Relapse. On August 15, 2021, twenty years after being driven out, the Taliban entered Kabul and regained power. Since then, secondary schools for girls have closed, giving way to clandestine education.





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