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My Forbidden Face: Growing Up Under the Taliban: A Young Woman's Story (original 2001; udgave 2003)

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Latifa was born into an educated middle-class Afghan family in Kabul in 1980. She dreamed of one day becoming a journalist, she was interested in fashion, movies and friends. Her father was in the import/export business and her mother was a doctor. Then in September 1996, Taliban soldiers seized power in Kabul.… (mere)
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Titel:My Forbidden Face: Growing Up Under the Taliban: A Young Woman's Story
Forfattere:Latifa (Forfatter)
Info:Miramax (2003), 224 pages
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Latifa is geboren en getogen in Kabul. Ze is spontaan, intelligent, levenslustig en geniet van de gesprekken met haar vriendinnen over mode, muziek en filmsterren. Ze droomt van een carrière in de journalistiek, maar hieraan komt op brute wijze een einde wanneer in september 1996 Kabul wordt ingenomen door de taliban. Vanaf dat moment leeft de dan 16-jarige Latifa constant in angst. Want net als alle andere Afghaanse vrouwen wordt ze buiten de maatschappij geplaatst. Door het verplicht dragen van een burqa en het verbod op werk, scholing en medische zorg, wordt ze gedwongen te leven onder een regime dat de identiteit en individualiteit van de vrouw met behulp van bloedig geweld ontkent.
Latifa is in mei 2001 met haar ouders naar Europa gevlucht en spreekt sindsdien zoveel mogelijk in het openbaar over de terreur van de taliban. Vanwege haar publiekelijk verzet is er een fatwa over haar en haar familie uitgesproken. Ze woont in Parijs.
  Lin456 | Oct 20, 2020 |
Edizione Mondolibri 2001
  cirex | May 9, 2020 |
I cracked open this book in hope of a detailed personal account of a young woman's life under Taliban rule in Afghanistan, but this little book did not quite deliver. My Forbidden Face does share some small personal accounts of life under the Taliban, the atrocities committed by Talib soldiers, and of the repression of women and of freedom itself.

However, due to what I can only assume was poor editing, Latifa's story is very jumbled. This book reads as if it were recounted to an interviewer who was probing for information for the story, rather than a memoir. This book desperately needs to be edited - events placed in chronological order, and some serious proofreading. There are many homonyms which are confusing and I assume the result of a language barrier, dropped letters in spelling the same word twice in one paragraph, et cetera.

However, I did enjoy this book. My interest in Afghanistan was sparked by the themes of the repression of women, the perversion of religious government, and the difficulties of a refugee when their nation is destroyed. ( )
  bookishblond | Oct 24, 2018 |
This is a book that is very similar to Zoya's Story, another book about a young Afghan girl trying to survive before and during the Taliban as well as the Soviet invasion in 1979.

It must be the masochist in me that keeps returning to the most evil, sadistic, cruel anti-woman country on the planet, where you could have your hands chopped off for wearing nail polish and where women were not allowed to work or be seen by a male doctor, meaning women were unable to get any health care at all.

Besides mention of animal slaughter/sacrifices, lack of food, electricity, arranged marriages to strangers, rape, murder, beatings, bombings, it is truly hell on earth and every time I keep thinking that Time Magazine was right when it voted this country as the worst on earth for women.

It's beyond the beyond. The devil is alive and doing very well there. ( )
  REINADECOPIAYPEGA | Jan 11, 2018 |
I didn't know what to think of this book before I read it. I picked it up in Hong Kong as it looked interesting and informative.
All in all, it was indeed informational and interesting. I liked the history about Afghanistan which I never knew and learning the impact the taliban had on women and the society as a whole. I do wish there was a little more information though but thats just because I'm not good at history and never remember things!
I think this book is worth a read to find out how all of this impacted the Afghan people. ( )
  Nataliec7 | Feb 11, 2015 |
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