#Kabul: Afghanistan under Taliban control. In the meantime, the bloody Kabul in the series of explosions of ISIS. And in the midst of all this, the future of Afghan women is in question. So many people want to leave Afghanistan and go somewhere else to survive. Afghan female film director Roya Haidari has left the country. Roya left the country emotionally.
The current situation of women in Afghanistan can be understood by looking at the Roar Post. Roya writes, I left my whole life. I was forced to leave my house so that I could continue talking freely. People also remember the horrible memories of 20 years ago.
Afghanistan was under Taliban control from 1996 to 2001. At that time, women were not allowed to go out of the house. From the workplace to the educational institution, the movement of women was stopped everywhere. And that’s why awesome women. However, the Taliban are trying to project a different image this time. They say this time they will allow women to go to work. But the people of Afghanistan are reluctant to believe in the Taliban.
I left my whole life, my home in order to continue to have a voice. Once again, I am running from my motherland. Once again, I am going to start from zero. I took only my cameras and a dead soul with me across an ocean. With a heavy heart, goodbye motherland. Until we meet again pic.twitter.com/MI3H8lQ5e4
– Roya Heydari (heydari_roya) August 26, 2021
Roya posted a picture on Twitter while leaving the country from Kabul airport. “Once again, I have to flee my homeland,” he wrote. Once again I have to start from zero. I just took my camera with me and carried my dead soul with me. Going with a broken mind. Goodbye motherland until we meet again.
It is learned that Roya Haidari was able to leave Kabul and reach France five days ago. A series of suicide bombings rocked the Hamid Karzai Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Thursday. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the blast. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a U.S. military base. A suicide bomber struck near the airport’s Abbey Gate. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of the Baron Hotel in Kabul.