Bacha Posh de Charlotte Erlih Elle vit comme un garçon, s’habille comme un garçon et passe, aux yeux de tous, pour un garçon. C’est une bacha posh : une de ces filles élevées comme des fils dans les familles afghanes qui n’en ont pas. À la puberté, elle doit redevenir une jeune femme. Mais quand on a goûté à l’action et à la liberté, comment y renoncer ?
La Cour Royale Norvegienne: SKIE EN FAMILLE AVEC DE JEUNES RÉFUGIÉS
Mehbooba Ahadyar in Afghan Olympians Train For Beijing
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN -MARCH 6 : Olympic track star Mehbooba Ahadyar,19, runs along a dirt track on a hill overlooking the capitol city March 6, 2008 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Ahadyar is one of the three Afghan athletes that are already confirmed for competing in the Olympics in Beijing. Mehbooba is the only female, she will compete in the 1500 meter and also the 3000. Elle n'a pas concourru, fuyant le site d'entraînement afghan en Italie avant les jeux et demandant l'asile à la Norvège.
Afghanistan Lady, Sadaf, hopes to box at Olympics. Outstanding!
German gymnast Plilipp Boy slips off the horizontal bar during the Artistic Gymnastics men's qualification at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Saturday, July 28, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) Australia's Clayton Fredericks lays near his horse Bendigo as he fell down while competing in the Eventing Cross Country equestrian event at the London 2012 Olympic Games in Greenwich Park, July 30, 2012. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
Afghani female sprinter resists country's old ideals, vows to show women new future
Tahmina Kohistani, an Afghan female sprinter and the only woman to compete for her country. Go Tahmina! In Afghanistan, she tried to take a taxi and told her driver she was headed to the stadium to train for the Olympics in London. The man stopped the car. "Get out of my cab!" the driver shouted, throwing her out into the street. "Do not show me your face. I am not going to drive you there."
President Carter tells Team USA, that the country would boycott the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, and that he would encourage other countries to do the same. The 61-country boycott was in protest of the Soviets invasion of Afghanistan.