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Surviving a Head Shot & Polio to Champion Muslim Women's Education

Jamila Afghani, Afghani Deputy Minister of Martyr and Disabled Affairs, member of the Afghani Delegation to the United Nations, and Founder of the Noor Educational and Capacity Development Organization in Afghanistan, reveals the challenges that she has overcome, from contracting a permanently disabling case of polio to being shot in the head while fleeing her home as a refugee, while walking a path that has lead to the education and liberation of Muslim women across Afghanistan.

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