Taliban Kills Lady Cop
These Afghan "militants" really drive home the meaning of sexism and the wonders of traditional society.
In Afghanistan, where women are commonly subjected to abuse by husbands, fathers and husbands, Kakar was a cultural trailblazer, holding men to account and pressing charges.
Females fleeing cruelty frequently took refuge in the women's wardroom at the Kandahar police station and Kakar – along with her squad of 10 lady officers – protected them. "Our constitution is supposed to protect women's rights too," she argued.
-- Rosie DeManno, The Toronto Star.