March 3rd, 2011You will be able to read about the further exploits of Tajwar in my book which is scheduled to be out in January of 2012. Her life story is the story of the “freedom fighters” as she called them. I'm now working on Suraia Perlika's life story which tells of another woman also working for women's rights and education, but from the Comunist side. She was one of the founders of the Democratic Women's Organization which was supported by the Communists and also used as propaganda by them to show how much they've improved the lives of Afghan women. Ultimately, they imprisoned Suraia and put her on the “death list” but at the last minute she was pardoned by a rival Communist faction who had just come to power. She revived the Democratic Women's Organiation as the Afghan Womens' Union and gave herself the made-up name, Suraia Perlika.