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  • 2000年06月04日
    ゴールする各馬 競馬の安田記念

    第50回安田記念を制したR・フラッド騎乗のフェアリーキングプローン(12)。左端は2着のディクタット。中央奥は3着のキングヘイロー=東京競馬場

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100510872

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Do Not Touch My Clothes, What a strong campaign to show just how colorful Afghan women are. We are all strong, Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo b=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511052

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 12, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★We dress as colourful as our flag Flag of Afghanistan. This is my identity this is my culture not black âBurqasâ. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Phot=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511309

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    This is how Afghan women dress. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100510976

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Taliban & nobody is allowed to changed Afghan traditional dress in a draconian black burqa. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRE=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★I am Afghan woman. This is my traditional Afghan dress. I do not allowed anyone to changed or to disregard my culture. We Afghans are proud of traditional & historical culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afgha=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511153

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★In protest to the Taliban‘s dress code, I proudly share these photos in traditional Afghan attire. Vibrant, bright colors adorned with jewels. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanis=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Nothing to say, Do Not Touch My Clothes. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    This is my traditional Afghani dress and that is my true culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Taliban & nobody is allowed to changed Afghan traditional dress in a draconian black burqa. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRE=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is the real #afghan culture the Taliban are trying to hide Flag of Afghanistan Culture Do Not Touch My Clothes, for inspiring this movement to show the world real Afghan Culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspire=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Me wearing traditional Afghan attire in Kabul. This is Afghan culture and this is how Afghan women dress. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by Sal=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511126

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is our Afghan authentic dress. Afghan women wear such colorful and modest attires. The black burqa never has been part of the Afghan culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afgh=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511098

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Dr Bahar Jalali, Such a terrible feeling to see the pictures. Worse, no one is able to do anything to stop this. No hope, Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 12, 20=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100510816

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is very authentic dress of an Afghan nomad woman. No Burqa and no veil. Free Afghanistan. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACA=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is what an afghan woman looks like. this is our culture. this is our traditional dress. we love lots of colour. even our rice is colourful and so is our flag. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women acros=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511055

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Do Not Touch My Clothes, What a strong campaign to show just how colorful Afghan women are. We are all strong, Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo b=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Breshna Tahrik, I am joining my fellow Afghan women who have started an online campaign to condemn the Taliban‘s dress code! We are proud of our traditional Afghan outfit. #DoNotTouchMyClothes #AfghanistanCulture Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes has=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is our Afghan authentic dress. Afghan women wear such colorful and modest attires. The black burqa never has been part of the Afghan culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afgh=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★All these are models and actors, Doing their profession. They do not represent Afghan women‘s problems but only their profession. Real problems of Afghan women are far more different then clothes. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has =2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Afghanistan is a country full of colour and culture, donât change that. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Shafi Karimi, My wife wearing traditional Afghan attire in Bamyan. This is Afghan culture and this is how Afghan women dress. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100510990

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★These dresses are my Afghan clothes. Itâs extravagant, full of color and beautiful. This is my culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by Salam=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100510942

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    This is my culture! Do not touch my clothes. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is an Afghan woman dress. Not the garbage bag that deserves your rotten thinking. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.CO=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511001

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★AfghanWomen had a vibrant and colorful culture before any foreign occupiers. I hope we can see these colors again in Afghanistan. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, Septembe=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511237

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Dr Bahar Jalali, This is Afghan culture. I am wearing a traditional Afghan dress. Afghanistan Culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 12, 2021. Photo by SalamP=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021100511207

  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Proud to be a woman, No matter which country you belong Stand up for women around the world Take a photo and hashtag Do Not Touch My Clothes. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanist=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Afghni women started Do Not Touch My Clothes campaign against Taliban‘s new code dress for female students in Afghanistan. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Taliban & nobody is allowed to changed Afghan traditional dress in a draconian black burqa. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRE=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Thank you for the thoughtful initiave. Iâm pleased to join the campaign to raise awareness about our culture and our beautiful afghan dresses which is a form of art. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women acr=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★We dress as colourful as our flag Flag of Afghanistan. This is my identity this is my culture not black âBurqasâ. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Phot=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★This is our Afghan authentic dress. Afghan women wear such colorful and modest attires. The black burqa never has been part of the Afghan culture. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afgh=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Dr Bahar Jalali, Such a terrible feeling to see the pictures. Worse, no one is able to do anything to stop this. No hope, Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 12, 20=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    This is our Afghan Dress and Flag of Afghanistan. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    Do NotT ouch My Clothes. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. Photo by SalamPix/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年09月16日
    Women Started Online Twitter Campaign - Afghanistan

    ★Afghan women start Do Not Touch My Clothes campaign to protest against Taliban strict dress code for female students. Afghan women have started an online Twitter campaign to protest the Taliban‘s female dress code by posting photos with traditional clothes. The photos went viral with a hashtag: #DoNotTouchMyClothes. That hashtag and #AfghanistanCulture soon became a worldwide trend on social media. It all started with one photograph from Dr Bahar Jalali, a former history professor at the American University in Afghanistan. The photos, the hashtags and the viral online campaign soon became a global protest- where Afghan women were saying ‘No‘ to the Taliban diktat on clothes. Dr Bahar Jalali, an Afghan historian and gender studies expert, posted the first photo using the #DoNotTouchMyClothes hashtag, which has since inspired Afghan women across the globe. Afghanistan, September 13, 2021. =2021(令和3)年9月16日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

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