British-Afghan activist who feared for daily life in Afghanistan is now secure


women’s rights activist and previous minister who was trapped in Afghanistan with her household again in London is now safe.

Kamila Sidiqi, 46, 1 of Afghanistan’s most popular women’s legal rights activists, managed to escape on a non-public jet together with 15 other people to Zurich, Switzerland, on Sunday.

The British-Afghan citizen and former govt minister feared she would be qualified by the Taliban and has been still left traumatised following the militant team moved closer toward Kabul.

Miran Sidiqi

/ Miran Sidiqi

Now she is on route to Bonn in Germany with hopes of remaining reunited with her spouse and children in Greenwich, south east London after earning her escape.

Her spouse Miran Sidiqi, 44, advised of his “indescribable happiness” hearing his wife’s voice on a Whatsapp contact following 18 hrs of not being aware of her whereabouts.

“I haven’t slept in the past 48 hrs. We are in a a lot greater situation now than we had been two times in the past,” he advised The Night Regular.

“You can not explain the experience in words, when you are contemplating that you will shed your spouse, the mother of your kids.

“She is emotion content that she is safe and alive and that she will get to see her youngsters and her husband once again. She is traumatised by all this motion getting in a country not viewing her young children and her spouse.

“We just hope that now she can take some time to get better and calm down. The young children are very enthusiastic to have their mum house.”

Mr Sidiqi claimed his spouse was a single of around 15 people onboard the compact plane to Zurich which was organized by the United States department of state.