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Theatre Girls Perform Ways Out Of Insecurity

A number of girls of the country’s national theatre have performed a play showing ways of tackling insecurity and ending the activities of insurgents in the country.

The girls showed that ensuring peace and stability is impossible without the cooperation of people with security forces.

They said their goal is to improve theater in the country.

The show named “How this country could be a nation without us”.

Mohammad Ahangaran, CEO of a youth association said: “People in our country believe that ensuring their safety is only the duty of the security forces. The insurgent activities will not end unless people participate in and contribute to ensuring security and the city’s order.”

Setara, a young theater actress, said she played the role of a girl who is not allowed by her fiancé and her family to join the police lines.

A number of spectators at the show said they were happy to see such shows happening in the country.

“It was a good show. It delivered a good message and told us that we should respect and value to our children. We should also allow women and girls in our families to join the police and participate in ensuring the country’s security,” Jamila, a Kabul resident, said.

Arts & Culture

Theatre Girls Perform Ways Out Of Insecurity

Show’s message: Stability is impossible without the cooperation of people with the country's security forces

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A number of girls of the country’s national theatre have performed a play showing ways of tackling insecurity and ending the activities of insurgents in the country.

The girls showed that ensuring peace and stability is impossible without the cooperation of people with security forces.

They said their goal is to improve theater in the country.

The show named “How this country could be a nation without us”.

Mohammad Ahangaran, CEO of a youth association said: “People in our country believe that ensuring their safety is only the duty of the security forces. The insurgent activities will not end unless people participate in and contribute to ensuring security and the city’s order.”

Setara, a young theater actress, said she played the role of a girl who is not allowed by her fiancé and her family to join the police lines.

A number of spectators at the show said they were happy to see such shows happening in the country.

“It was a good show. It delivered a good message and told us that we should respect and value to our children. We should also allow women and girls in our families to join the police and participate in ensuring the country’s security,” Jamila, a Kabul resident, said.

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