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(en) asr anarshism: An Anarchist Age Interview with Basil's Correspondent "One of the Anarchist Comrades of Afghanistan" [machine translation]

Date Thu, 21 Dec 2017 11:35:30 +0200

Dear Comrade, Thank you very much for our invitation to the interview. Of course, you are our colleague in the Anarchist era and one of the comrades of this anarchist college, in which comrades belonging to three geographic regions of Iran, Afghanistan and Morocco, and Kurdish comrades, live in several countries and several continents, and the probability It will soon be open to other countries as well. However, you can have a short introduction. ---- Basil: Yes. I am Basil and I am twenty-four years old. ---- Q. Why do you think 63% of Afghan women lack identity documents? What is the impact on women's lives? ---- Basil: Why do not I have an identity because they do not have identity? Because they do not have the right to go to school. They do not have the right to socialize, many men in today's society of Afghanistan, their wives in public gatherings with titles like "children's mother", "home", "home", "poor" or sometimes "Property". These titles even appear on the tombstones of Afghan women. Women in public assemblies are also referred to as "Hamshrairs" or "Aunts". Also, according to Afghan law, the mother's name should not be recorded in the child's birth certificate. Therefore, there is no need for identity documents.

Question: In your opinion, what is the "most" potential of anarchist tendency in Afghanistan and why?

Basil: In my opinion, there is more potential for anarchism among women and girls in Afghanistan.
Because men are in any position of power, and these are the women who are the most affected by the positions of power. These positions are either from the family or from the system and the state laws

Question: Given how many years have you been to the comrades in the era of anarchism, and what is the reason for creating specific pages such as the " Anarchist Girls of Afghan Girl " Facebook page or the Page Instagram " Girls of Anarchist Afghanistan "?

Basil: It is precisely because of the tendency of most Afghan women and girls to go to the anarchist movement

Question: Do you believe that anarchism can turn into a powerful social and political stream in Afghanistan?

Basil: If we look at the future, yes, why not. For people who have been under government oppression for decades. People who gave their fate to various rulers during different periods, so that they could have a miracle, and did not come to a The disappointment of this type of system has reached so much that even the leaders did not go their own way.

Question: What is the current status of anarchism in Afghanistan? Do we have an anarchist movement in Afghanistan now? If not, what are the reasons? Is there any hope that we will have a social body in Afghanistan?

Basil: Unfortunately, because of the great role of religion, the anarchist movement has not arisen and its creation is bound to go a hard way.
But hope is certain.

Question: In what ways do people become familiar with anarchism in Afghanistan?

Basil: I think only through social media like Facebook

Q: Why do you think a significant number of Afghan anarchists in Afghanistan are artists and how can artists play a role in the pervasiveness of anarchism in Afghanistan and its transformation into a social movement?

Basil: In my opinion, today, most Afghan youths are potentially anarchist because of the same biological problem and experiences that a young person can have in the current circumstances of Afghanistan. They are just a little more aware of it and leave the daily circle of the paratroopers and, from the point of view of an anarchist, All will make sense.
Artists are the same youth.
The role of artists in the envy of this thinking, obviously, does not have any particular traditions. Also, in the profession and art they are, self-evident, anarchist thinkers, and I just think of them and continue their efforts in their own artistic field.

Question: How can anarchist thought become massive and pervasive and have a social body?

Basil: Just by knowing

Question: Is anarchism in Afghanistan over the next few years likely to be posed as a serious alternative?

Basil: Optimistically yes, but not in the near future, passing religion and religion in the modern society of Afghanistan requires a long way.

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