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Zoya's Story By Zoya Zoya

Zoya's Story by Zoya

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Zoya's Story Summary

Zoya's Story by Zoya

Zoya grew up during the wars that ravaged Afghanistan and lost both her parents in a mujaheddin bombing raid on Kabul. She joined the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan which challenged the crushing edicts of the fanatical religious government and she made dangerous journeys back to her homeland to help the women oppressed by a rule that enforced the wearing of the stifling burqa, condoned public stoning if a woman ventured out without a male chaperone and absolutely forbade women s work. The spotlight that the New York terrorist attacks focused on Afghanistan highlighted the conditions of repression and fear in which Afghan women lived and makes Zoya s Story utterly compelling.

About Zoya

Zoya grew up Kabul, Afghanistan, and escaped to Pakistan after a bomb killed her parents. She works in a refugee camp in Pakistan among the thousands who have fled their country.Rita Cristofari has ben a press officer for the UN and Medecins Sans Frontieres and writes on human rights issues.John Follain is a graduate of Oxford University and works for Reuters

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Zoya's Story by Zoya
Used - Very Good
Headline Publishing Group
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