Teenage Afghan NINJA girls bring Japanese Martial Arts to Kabul

According to Fereshta, there are only two ninjas in Afghanistan today, herself and Fatima. She believes that the situation in the country is not conducive to the promotion of sports among women, and that today girls cannot freely engage in sports. “Although Fatima and I practice ninjutsu in Afghanistan, in general the conditions in the country do not at all mean that women are free to do sports.” Fatima and Fereshta practice six days per week in the Fajr complex at hours scheduled specifically for women. They hope to be able to take part in competitions outside of Afghanistan.

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