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« on: April 19, 2012, 01:19:23 AM »
Conservative Afghan radicals opposed to education for women poisoned 150 schoolgirls by dosing jugs of water at their high school, authorities said. Some of the girls were in critical condition after the poisoning, while others were treated and released at a hospital in the province of Takhar. The poison left the girls with headaches and nausea. “We are 100% sure that the water they drunk inside their classes was poisoned,” said Jan Mohammad Nabizada, an education department spokesman. “This is either the work of those who are against girls’ education or irresponsible armed individuals.” But officials, fearful of retribution, stopped short of naming any group as responsible for the attack. Authorities determined the jugs of water were poisoned because the school’s main water tank was clean. Women only starting returned to schools in Afghan after the Taliban was toppled in 2001. The Taliban, five years earlier, had outlawed education for women as against Islamic law.

There are some sick people out there. My sympathy goes to those affected by this.

رادیکال های محافظه کار افغانستان برای زنان 150 دانش آموز دختر توسط دوز پارچهای از آب در دبیرستان خود را مسموم را به آموزش و پرورش مخالف است. برخی از دختران در شرایط بحرانی پس از مسمومیت بودند، در حالی که دیگران و تحت درمان قرار گرفتند و در یک بیمارستان در استان تخار منتشر شد.سم دختران با سردرد و حالت تهوع را ترک کرد. "ما 100٪ اطمینان حاصل کنید که آب آنها در داخل کلاس های خود را مست و مسموم شد، گفت:" جان محمد Nabizada، یک سخنگوی وزارت آموزش و پرورش. "این است که یا کار کسانی که در برابر آموزش دختران و یا افراد مسلح غیرمسئول هستند." اما مقامات، ترس از مجازات، نامگذاری هر گروه به عنوان مسئول این حمله را متوقف است. مقامات تعیین پارچ آب چون مدرسه مخزن آب تمیز بود مسموم شدند. زنان تنها با شروع به مدارس در افغانستان پس از طالبان در سال 2001 سرنگون شد. طالبان، پنج سال قبل از آن، آموزش و پرورش برای زنان در برابر قوانین اسلامی ممنوع بود.


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« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2012, 04:11:04 AM »
That is terrible!  What a sad state of affairs...


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« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2012, 04:13:34 AM »
Indeed it is very twisted mind that thinks to poison children. I'm glad that they are recovering.
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« Reply #3 on: May 23, 2012, 08:18:19 AM »
Afghan 'poison attack' on schoolgirls in Takhar

Seem familiar? That's because this is the second time in less than 6 weeks that this has happened!

More than 120 girls in a school in Afghanistan have been taken to hospital following a suspected poison attack.

Most have been treated and discharged but 30 - including three female teachers - are still being treated, an official told the BBC.

Police said preliminary evidence suggested that poisonous materials had been sprayed in classrooms at Bibi Haji school, in Takhar province.

They believe that Taliban insurgents may be responsible.

The 125 victims, who include girls as young as 10, were taken to hospital on Wednesday after complaining of nausea, headaches and dizziness.

Police spokesman Khalilullah Aseer said he believed Taliban insurgents were trying to spread fear by poisoning the schoolgirls.

Blood samples have been sent to Kabul for further tests.

Some officials have suggested that the suspected poisoning was made worse because of mass hysteria among school pupils in the aftermath of the attack.

The BBC's Bilal Sarwary in Kabul says similar events have been reported before, but no conclusive evidence of poisoning has been found.

However Afghan officials say the insurgents and other groups are behind a wave of similar attacks against schoolchildren in several provinces.

In April, more than 100 schoolgirls from Takhar were taken to hospital after drinking water at their school that was suspected to be poisoned.

The National Directorate of Security (NDS) intelligence agency said the Taliban appear determined to target schools ahead of a 2014 withdrawal by foreign combat troops.

"A part of their... spring offensive operation is... to close schools," NDS spokesman Lutfullah Mashal told Reuters news agency.

The education ministry said last week that 550 schools in the 11 provinces where the Taliban have strong support had been closed down by them.


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