Renowned Afghan Singer Farhad Darya Speaks Up for Women’s Rights
In a recent interview, the famous Afghan singer, Farhad Darya, expressed his thoughts on life in Afghanistan, describing it as oppressed and wounded. He said that they want to live and campaign for women’s rights.
Collaboration with Female Painters
Farhad Darya, together with fourteen female painters, plans to hold a concert in Europe and launch a campaign to sue for the “muffled songs” of Afghanistan. The collaboration aims to raise awareness of the current situation in Afghanistan, especially regarding women’s rights.
Voices of People and Artists
Farhad Darya emphasized the need to amplify the voices of people and artists to make the decision-making powers of the world listen. He said that they have their own version of “Doha,” which is not political, but a people’s Doha that speaks of love, harmony, and understanding.
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According to Farhad Darya, their Doha is their stages where they can talk to people face to face. This type of Doha is different from the one hosted by the United Nations in the past, which was held behind closed doors.
Through their collaborations and concerts, Farhad Darya and his team aim to bring attention to the plight of the Afghan people, especially women and children. They hope that their voices will be heard and that their Doha will showcase the beauty of Afghanistan and its people.
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