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« on: May 12, 2009, 07:23:51 AM »

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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2009, 07:24:25 AM »

Dear Admins: can you do somthing about this problem?
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« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2009, 07:37:30 AM »

here is the link:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/persian/afghanistan/2009/05/090512_a-kapisa-girls-poisoning.shtml
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« Reply #3 on: May 12, 2009, 07:09:58 PM »

I wonder who it is that is doing these despicable acts.

I get the feeling that it is the government along with their Gulbudini allies - trying to create havoc in a peaceful Tajik province.  That Farah bombing -  was also I believe a deliberate act on the part of government run politiks. They also actively promote drug abuse amongst the people in the areas they control.  It is all a war of attrition against the Tajik peoples of that land.
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« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2009, 07:24:12 PM »

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iO5qEu5LS7A" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iO5qEu5LS7A</a>


MAHMUD RAQI, Afghanistan (AFP) — Another 98 Afghan girls were rushed to hospital on Tuesday in the latest in a spate of mysterious poisonings to hit three schools north of Kabul in a fortnight, officials said.

The children fell ill as they entered the school building in the small town of Mahmud Raqi, about 70 kilometres (45 miles) north of the capital, teachers and students told AFP.

"There was a strange smell and some students fainted, others felt sick," said a teacher named only Humaira. Soon nearly all the students at the Aftabaki Girls High School felt ill, she told AFP.

A doctor dealing with the case said that the school had apparently been filled with gas overnight, and that radical Islamist insurgent groups opposed to the education of girls could be responsible.

Ambulances and police vehicles rushed the affected children to the provincial hospital, said another teacher, Turyalai Khan.

"We admitted 98 schoolgirls and a few teachers today in our hospital with symptoms of semi-consciousness, weakness, vomiting, headache and dizziness," the head of the hospital, Ahmad Khalid Anayat, told AFP.

They became ill "apparently from some poisoning gas they respired," he said.

Sixty students were discharged by mid-afternoon and the remainder were expected to be sent home by the end of the day, he said.

It follows a similar incident on Monday about 20 kilometres away in the town of Charikar where 61 schoolgirls and one of their teachers were treated in hospital, apparently also after inhaling some form of gas.

Late April around 40 other girls were treated in a different school in Charikar with similar symptoms.

Jan Agha, a doctor dealing with the latest case in Mahmud Raqi, capital of Kapisa province, said "enemies of Afghanistan" -- a phrase that refers to various radical Islamist insurgent groups -- could have been responsible.

"It is not quite clear yet what caused the poisoning but it seems was from a poisoning gas by enemies of Afghanistan," Agha said.

The Taliban and other radical Islamic factions who also oppose the education of girls are waging an insurgency against the new administration that has seen several attacks on boys' and girls' schools.

Schoolgirl Razma, 16, told AFP from her hospital bed that she had smelt something sour which had burnt her nose.

"As we walked into the building, we smelled an unknown smell and soon students complained they felt sick and some fell to the ground," she said.

Blood samples had been sent to Kabul to find out what the cause was, doctors said.

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    KABUL, May 12 (Xinhua)-- Nearly 100 girl students and teachers of a school in Kapisa province, 80 km north of the Afghan capital Kabul, mysteriously fell unconscious on Tuesday, spokesman of Public Health Ministry Ahmad Farid Rahed said.

    "A possible poisonous gas attack in Qazak Girl School this morning in Kohistan district has sickened 90 students and seven teachers," Rahed told Xinhua.

    The affected students felt dozy and vomiting, he added.

    Rahed also said that investigation is underway to identify the reason for the tragic incident.

    This is the second attack on female students over the past two days and the third attack since early last month.

    A similar attack on a girl school in Charikar, the capital of Parwan province, sent 52 students to hospital while previous attack early last month had sickened over three dozen female pupils.

    No groups or individuals have claimed responsibility so far.     


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MUHMUD RAQI, Afghanistan (AP) — At least 98 people from an Afghan girls’ school were admitted to a hospital on Tuesday for headaches and vomiting in the third such episode in three weeks, officials and doctors said.

An Interior Ministry spokesman, Zemeri Bashary, said that officials suspect some sort of gas poisoning, and that the police were still investigating.

Hospital officials said blood samples had been sent to medical authorities in the capital, Kabul, for testing.

Though it was unclear if the recent poisonings were the result of attacks, militants in southern Afghanistan have previously assaulted schoolgirls by spraying acid in their faces and burning down schools. But with no group claiming responsibility, some officials speculated that the illnesses could be the result of group hysteria.

In the episode on Tuesday, students were lining up outside their school in northeastern Afghanistan when one girl collapsed, said the school’s principal, Mossena, who was herself in a hospital bed gasping for breath as she described the event. She said a strange odor had filled the schoolyard.

“We took her inside and splashed water on her face,” said Ms. Mossena, who like many Afghans goes by one name. Then other girls started passing out. Ms. Mossena said she did not know what happened next because she collapsed and woke up in the main hospital here in Muhmud Raqi, the capital of Kapisa Province, which lies just northeast of Kabul.

Among those admitted from the Aftab Bachi school were at least 84 girls, the principal, 11 teachers and two cleaners, said Khalid Enayat, the hospital’s deputy director.

He said about 30 more students were being monitored to see if they developed symptoms, although they were not admitted to the hospital.

On Monday, 61 girls and one teacher from a school in neighboring Parwan Province were admitted to a hospital after complaining of sudden illness.

They were irritable, confused and weeping, and several of the girls passed out, the authorities said.

A similar event took place late last month, also in Parwan, when dozens of girls were hospitalized after being sickened by what Afghan officials said were strong fumes or a possible poison gas cloud.

The patients in Kapisa complained of similar symptoms — headaches, vomiting and shivering — to those in Parwan, said Aziz Agha, a doctor treating the girls.

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« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2009, 08:00:02 AM »

I don't know who is doing this but these criminals should be publicly hanged. Look at these be namoosan who do these things to innocent civilians. They have destroyed the lives of these girls who are disfigured and will probably never marry in their lives. I hope these criminals are burned alive for ruining the lives of innocent people.  :'(
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