This video from the USA says about itself:
“A Woman Among Warlords”: Afghan Democracy Activist Malalai Joya Defies Threats to Challenge US Occupation, Local Warlords.
From Green Left Weekly in Australia (with some spelling corrections by me):
Next Afghanistan Vigil: Die-in and speak out
4-6pm- steps of Flinders street Station
Keynote Speakers: Malalai Joya
This month Malalai Joya, a member of the previous Afghan parliament, and an outspoken critic of warlords of all persuasions will be in Melbourne. We are very honoured that she has agreed to speak at our vigil, so we’ve changed the date to accomodate that.
Chipp Henriss, an Australian Military veteran from Stand Fast will also speak, with others to be announced
Fri, 12/11/2010 – 4:00pm
This video from Australia says about itself:
Australian Army veteran opposes the war in Iraq and Afghanistan at Palm Sunday rally
Chip Henriss, an Australian army veteran from Stand Fast, a group of veterans and former military personnel who oppose the current wars of occupation in Iraq and Afghanistan, addressed the Palm Sunday community rally in Melbourne.
Report on Ms Joya’s speech: here.
Twitter message: Another determined Afghan women, Fahima Vorgetts, Director of Women’s Fund. “Every time I return to Afghanistan, it is worse than before.”