There's no "moderate" Sharia!
The worst ever US "president", muslim born (apostate?!) Barry Barakeh Hussein Obama Dunham Soetoro (or whatever) and his fashion and health occupied wife have both totally neglected girls/women's Human Rights in Afganistan. And quite understandable because giving girls/women full Human Rights would be a crime against islamic Sharia, i.e. a "crime" against islamofascism!
Rajiv Chandrasekaran: In Afghanistan, U.S. shifts strategy on women's rights as it eyes wider priorities. The Washington Post | March 6, 2011:
On March 6th, the Washington Post reported on a shift in the U.S. Agency for International Development's strategy towards gender issues in Afghanistan. The article features Ritu Sharma's argument that the new approach threatens to leave Afghan women behind.
When the U.S. Agency for International Development sought bids last March for a $140 million land reform program in Afghanistan, it insisted that the winning contractor meet specific goals to promote women's rights: The number of deeds granting women title had to increase by 50 percent; there would have to be regular media coverage on women's land rights; and teaching materials for secondary schools and universities would have to include material on women's rights.
Before the contract was awarded, USAID overhauled the initiative, stripping out those concrete targets. Now, the contractor only has to perform "a written evaluation of Afghan inheritance laws," assemble "summaries of input from women's groups" and draft amendments to the country's civil code.
The removal of specific women's rights requirements, which also took place in a $600 million municipal government program awarded last year, reflects a shift in USAID's approach in Afghanistan. Instead of setting ambitious goals to improve the status of Afghan women, the agency is tilting toward more attainable measures.
"If you're targeting an issue, you need to target it in a way you can achieve those objectives," said J. Alexander Their, director of USAID's Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs. "The women's issue is one where we need hardheaded realism. There are things we can do, and do well. But if we become unrealistic and overfocused . . . we get ourselves in trouble."
A senior U.S. official involved in Afghanistan policy said changes to the land program also stem from a desire at the top levels of the Obama administration to triage the war and focus on the overriding goal of ending the conflict.
"Gender issues are going to have to take a back seat to other priorities," said the senior official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal policy deliberations. "There's no way we can be successful if we maintain every special interest and pet project. All those pet rocks in our rucksack were taking us down."
Klevius May 18, 2013
There is no "moderate" or "fundamentalist" Sharia - only Human Rights violating Sharia. And the sooner the world is informed about this inevitable fact, the sooner muslim girls/women can be freed from islam.
Taliban friendly lawmakers in Afghanistan have now (May 2013) blocked legislation aimed to protect (some of) women's freedoms.
The legislation maintains Human Rights violating Sharia and lists the following objectives:
1. Maintaining Sharia and legal rights and protecting the human dignity of women.
2. Protecting families and fighting against customs, traditions and practices causing
violence against women and which are against Sharia.
3. Protecting and supporting women who are victims of, or at risk of violence not allowed by Sharia.
4. Prevention of violence against women that is not sanctioned by Sharia.
5. Maintain public awareness and training on violence against women that is not sanctioned by Sharia.
6. Prosecuting perpetrators of violence against women that is not sanctioned by Sharia.
However, Muslim legislators have objected to at least eight articles in the legislation, including maintaining the legal age for girls to marry at 16, providing shelters for domestic abuse victims, and limiting men to two wives.
The reason for this is that the original wording was made as a vague and treacherous compromise to satisfy Western demands while still keeping with much Sharia approaches.
Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan's Saudi steered islamofascist leader backs the Taliban
Pakistan is the Saudis' main road to islamize Afganistan in their favor.
However, according to a recent PEW study some 99% of the Afgans already want Sharia! 99%! That must include a lot of women. Makes me again think about girls'/women's positive approach/support to the muslim terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who murdered people in Boston because he was afraid that women would get their freedom in Afganistan and Iraq by the help of the West. But he was too worried. Obama had already decided to sacrifice muslim girls/women.