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1  General / General Discussion / Khatera, modest and beautiful Kabuli Tajik activist on: April 01, 2009, 07:21:50 AM


Khatera Laily Yusufi is the daughter of a doctor father and a journalist-presenter-writer mother. She was born in Kabul, Afghanistan. At the age of five she got her first experience of TV when she appeared in a children’s programme.

 In 2006, the versatile journalist and Arts worker ( member of "culture-mirror-afghanistan") organised an international literature seminar together with the Afghan embassy in Berlin.

 In her speech as a youth representative she suggested establishing a House of Culture for the intercultural exchange between Afghanistan and Germany and the Ambassador of Afghanistan to present the speech of Hamid Karzai, the president of Afghanistan which was send to "culture-mirror-afghanistan". The Afghan president and foreign minister and the ambassador welcomed her idea.

 In 2007 she was asked to represent the Maulana House, an institution dedicated to the famous Persian writer Rumi, in Germany. Rumi is also known as Maulana Balchi, son of the Orient. She sees Rumi’s work as a great inspiration for life.

 In 2002 she was awarded “presenter and media face of the year” .

 In the same year she received the title of "Miss Afghanistan Germany" (Dokhtare Shaayestae Saal") because of her commitment to social matters in Afghanistan, her work for the promotion of culture and for intercultural exchange. Her multilingualism and the use of her Dari language skills also contributed to her winning the title which was awarded for the first time till now.

 But due to her respect for Afghan women and their culture, Khatera, who is committed to the cause of oppressed women, did not participate in the Miss World contest.

Khatera Yusufi wanted instead to support the rights of Afghan women and orphans. She worked together with former European Commissioner Emma Bonino who had been in charge of the Humanitarian Office and has since been supporting human rights organisations such as the Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker, Freundeskreis Afghanistan e.V. and UNICEF.

 “If we all work on ourselves and remain true to ourselves this will make the world a little bit of a better place already!” Khatera

 In 2003 Global Beauties wrote about Khatera: “Khatera is a real beauty who maintains modesty. Her culture and her country are important to her and she is not interested in superficialities.”

 Frankfurter Rundschau (renowned German news paper) named Khatera beside other beauties such as Miss Germany in 2002 as one of the beautiful women with a magical aura.

Even before September 11, Khatera, an ambassador of peace, tried to raise awareness of fanaticism and terrorism with action days and demonstrations and she criticized the West’s indifference to Afghanistan.

 In 2000 the young lady showed courage: she was one of the organisers of the big Berlin demonstration against terrorism and appeared as a speaker.

 A poem was written about her commitment and Karwan magazine honoured Khatera with an article in 2002 where they emphasized her commitment, her courage and her talents.

 Khatera has written articles and produced TV features about the abominable deeds of the terrorists. She has pleaded for the liberation of Afghanistan and the protection of cultural identity.

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“A country without culture is like a person without a soul.” Khatera
2  General / General Discussion / Marriage and Tajiks on: July 21, 2008, 06:27:30 PM
Is anyone here married?  Did you marry a Tajik?  Does anyone here plan on marrying a Tajik?  

The more Tajik guys I meet.. the more the prospects of me marrying a Tajik lessen.  Honestly, why are so many of them creepy, or "players", or just plain jerks!?  And the good ones, why are they always taken? ;_;

Sorry, this is just kind of a rant.  I understand it goes for guys of every ethnic background but still... This is probably why I will end up marrying a non-Tajik.
3  General / General Discussion / Tajik dresses on: July 19, 2008, 08:14:01 AM
I'm going to a wedding in a few weeks and I want to wear something very traditional.  I know all of the other girls are going to be wearing Prom-like dresses so I want to separate myself from that. Does anyone know where I can order dresses online?  Or fabric?  I'm sure I can find someone to tailor one for me.

...This is probably a long shot considering the girl to guy ratio here >_>
4  Tajikam Community / Site Feedback / Insults and curse words should be modable offenses. on: July 19, 2008, 07:43:11 AM
First of all, I want to thank the Admin of this website for creating this nice forum for us to civilly discuss all things Tajik.

The keyword is civilly.  I really cannot stand it when another user is personally attacked.  Criticize his ideas, criticize his words,  but never stoop to insults.  That is why I believe insults should not be allowed on this forum.  It's tasteless and it gives others a bad impression of us.  

What does everyone else think?
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