Friday, October 15, 2010
عائشة الفتاة الافغانية تخلع الحجاب
جميعكم تابعتم قصة عائشة الصبية بنت ال١٩ التي زوجها والدها لاحد مقاتلي طالبان وهي بعمر ١٢ وكان يعذبها وقام بقطع انفها وظهرت صورتها على غلاف مجلة تايم وكانت قد احضرت للولايات المتحدة لتلقي العلاج وعمليات التجميل البلاستيكية على نفقة مؤسسة طبية يهودية الان وبعد الانتهاء ظهرت بانفها الجديد بامكانكم مشاهدة الصور على موقعي والخبر الاحلى انها خلعت الحجاب واستعادت حريتها واستعادت الحياة انظرو الى ابتسامتها ودعو الصور تحكي قصتها قبل وبعد
شو رائيك يا اخ اسامة ابو محمد ومستر صلاح دخان وارهابي انظرو ماذ فعل زوجها المسلم وماذا فعل اليهود الكفار احفاد القردة والخنازير
An Afghan teenager who was horribly mutilated by her husband under Taliban rule was all smiles as she unveiled her new prosthetic nose for the first time.
Aisha, 19, shocked the world when she appeared on the cover of Time Magazine to lift the veil on the plight of many women in Afghanistan.
Yesterday, she bravely faced the public wearing a prosthetic nose - one that gives her some idea of how she will look after having reconstructive surgery.
She went before the TV cameras to receive the Enduring Heart award at a benefit for the Grossman Burn Foundation - the Los Angeles-based organisation that paid for her surgery.
She was given the award by California first lady Maria Shriver.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's wife told the audience: 'This is the first Enduring Heart award given to a woman whose heart endures and who shows us all what it means to have love and to be the enduring heart.'
Aisha, whose surname has not been revealed, replied: 'Thank you so much.'
When Aisha was 12, her father promised her in marriage to a Taliban fighter to pay a debt. She was handed over to his family who abused her and forced her to sleep in the stable with the animals.
When she attempted to flee, she was caught and her nose and ears were hacked off by her husband as punishment.
The UN estimates that nearly 90 per cent of Afghanistan's women suffer from some sort of domestic abuse.
However, the Taliban have released a statement rejecting this.
'The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan rejects this fabrication by the Americans, who are publishing these lies to divert attention of the people from their clear and disgraceful defeat,' said a spokesman.
'In sacred Islamic law, cutting off human ears and noses whether the human is alive or dead is illegal and prohibited.'