The lost voices of afghans
by Hajar Yadgari
(New Zealand, Auckland)
I have no story as I escaped the destroyed land (Afghanistan) but I want to share something with all the people in the world who are just like the Afghans with the same anatomical organs and the same desires. The only difference is that Afghans in Afghanistan die early and their hearts are full of sadness.
Afghanistan the heart of Asia is a real heart breaker. Afghanistan has been attacked and invaded many times which many people have been killed, displaced and immigrated. The suffer that the Afghan mothers, kids and families have gone through is heart breaking but still its not over and they are keep suffering under occupation and war. Think to yourself how much does it hurt to lose a loved one right in front of you.
During the war in Afghanistan a lot of inspirations have been shattered, dreams forgotten, the word love moved form the dictionary of people and replaced with hot fire of revenge in the hearts of millions of afghans.
Afghans didn’t enjoy their lives as kids, teenagers or as adults in decades. Even now, people thought that war is over but the current 10 years of US invasion turned many people to become dangerous rebels. The only thing that can fix them is a close friend to wipe there tears and hug them, because the hearts of those innocent people are sad and broken.
If you are either an afghan or a non-Afghan sitting comfortable enjoying the life but at the same time depressed over nothing, just think and open your eyes for a second and thank God that you have not gone through what the Afghans have experienced "a hell on earth" at the heart of Asia.
It hurts to think that so many young naive, innocent and pure kids have seen so much in life, more than a 60 year old adult who lives in a peaceful country.
Despite all the injustice, occupations and killings that Afghans have experienced and still being suffered, Afghans are the most friendly, hospitable and kind people in Asia.