Ambassador Manizha Bakhtari condemns the terrorist attack in Kabul
I strongly condemn the terrorist attack on 28th January 2011, at 'Finest' supermarket in Wazir Akbar Khan, Kabul. I am extremely saddened to know that the attack has resulted in the death of at least eight civilians, including, Ms. Hamida Barmaki and her family.
Ms. Hamida Barmak and her family's death is a great loss to the entire country; Ms. HAmida Barmaki was born in 1971 in Kabul. She was a brilliant lecturer in Law and Political Science at Kabul University, as well as representative of Max Lank a Germany organization and Aypk a French organization and Director of a Legal Service Institute in Kabul.
From 2005 to 2007 she worked as chief of Law and Political Science department of Kabul University’s Research Center, meanwhile she was the Program Director of authoring books on women's rights in Islam and Afghanistan laws, Project Director of Women and Islamic website, Chief of Afghan women lawyer’s board, member of women council at Kabul University, legal adviser of AREU, member of Gender and Law Commission, representatives of women Lawyer of Afghan women at Kabul University Council and representative of afghan women lawyers at Loya Jirga in 2002.ListenRead phonetically
Since Hamida Barmaki was a human rights activist in Afghanistan, recently she was appointed as Commissioner of child rights in Independent Human Rights Commission in Afghanistan.
I wish to express my deepest condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Hamida Barmaki, and all others who lost their loved once in the 28th January incident, and pray for the full recovery of those who had been wounded.