Blogs & Articles & Interviews

Adele Mohseni: NATO member nations are responsible for the collapse of Afghanistan, and they have subsequently abandoned their support for it

Pargar BBC: Is there a possibility of a capable opposition emerging against the Taliban?

Can a robust and efficient counterforce against the Taliban emerge from overseas? To what degree will opposition factions to the Taliban abroad achieve success in political and civil endeavors, as well as in engaging in lobbying and consultations with influential nations?

Joining us on the program are Adele Mohseni, a political activist, and Karim Pakzad, a political analyst.

Pargar BBC: The position of Mujahideen in Afghanistan

In the contemporary landscape of Afghanistan, what role do the Mujahideen play and how does their influence manifest? Do those who once drove out the Soviets still hold a position within Afghan society?

Guests on the program include Adele Mohseni, a civil activist; Abdul Karim Ghareeq, former representative of Jamiat-e-Islami in Mashhad; and Zamir Mihanpour, a security official from Dr. Najib’s government.

Employing Force: What Causes the Failure of the Taliban's Approach?

Adele Mohseni, a women’s rights activist, said in the daily talk program that the Taliban is not an Islamic group and that their hands are stained with the blood of the Muslim people of Afghanistan. This group is not in a position to work for Islam and implement Sharia law in the country.

Number seven: Mrs. Adila Mohseni (social activist for women's affairs)

Topic of the Day: Analyzing the Imminent Failure of the Taliban's Opposition to Nowruz Celebrations

In today’s discourse, we are joined by Adila Mohseni, a dedicated human rights activist; Abdul Sabour Abbasi, a renowned religious scholar; and Abdul Jabbar Aryai, esteemed leader of the Afghanistan Ariana Association.

َAparat bbc discussion about "Forbidden Lands" movie

Watch Aparat’s interview with Adela Mohseni, a lawyer, Hossein Danesh, an expert on Afghan cinema, and Mohammad Ranjbar, the director of the film “Forbidden Lands” here.

Employing Force: What Causes the Failure of the Taliban's Approach?

Today’s discussion with Fazal Karim Saraji, religious scholar, Najla Raheel, deputy of the Independent Association of Afghan Defense Lawyers and Adila Mohseni, a women’s rights activist.

Debate Over the Legitimacy of Nowruz

Adele Mohseni, an advocate for women’s rights, counters religious scholar Abdul Sabour Abbasi’s stance on the prohibition of Nowruz celebrations in Islam, asserting: There exists no religious justification to deem Nowruz as haram.

Combatting Honor Killings: A Roundtable Discussion with Activists from Iran, Iraqi Kurdistan, and Afghanistan

Facilitator: Elahe Amani Women’s rights activist, writer and head of women’s intercultural networkspeakers :
Mehri Jafari
Lawyer and women’s rights activist
Evin Mustafazadeh
Women’s rights and human rights activists from Kurdistan
Adele Mohseni

Viewing Afghanistan from an Alternative Angle - 7

A dialogue between elites and citizens of Afghanistan

Speakers: Hamira Qadri (writer and women’s activist)
Roya Sadat (filmmaker and one of the founders of the first international women’s film festival – Herat)
Adele Mohseni (responsible for women’s department of Arman Shahr Foundation)
Kaveh Gibran (poet and writer)
Yasin Negah (poet and journalist)
Interviewer: Rooh El Amin Amini

Viewing Afghanistan from an Alternative Angle - 3

A dialogue between elites and citizens of Afghanistan

Speakers: Hamira Qadri (writer and women’s activist)
Roya Sadat (filmmaker and one of the founders of the first international women’s film festival – Herat)
Adele Mohseni (responsible for women’s department of Arman Shahr Foundation)
Kaveh Gibran (poet and writer)
Yasin Negah (poet and journalist)
Interviewer: Rooh El Amin Amini

Viewing Afghanistan from an Alternative Angle - 4

A dialogue between elites and citizens of Afghanistan

Speakers: Hamira Qadri (writer and women’s activist)
Roya Sadat (filmmaker and one of the founders of the first international women’s film festival – Herat)
Adele Mohseni (responsible for women’s department of Arman Shahr Foundation)
Kaveh Gibran (poet and writer)
Yasin Negah (poet and journalist)
Interviewer: Rooh El Amin Amini