Her daughters are enrolled in school for the coming year, says Gul, and "they will compete their education, Inshallah. Read the news of her arrest. Sharbat Gula, who became an instant icon when she peered out from the June cover of National Geographic magazine as a year-old-refugee, is now the owner of a 3,square-foot residence decorated to her liking in the capital of her native Afghanistan. Nangyal, the spokesman, has suggested she launch a foundation to educate and empower women and children, particularly those being repatriated, and she is considering it. Gul explains that the attention she's gotten since being identified as the subject of National Geographic 's cover puts her at risk from conservative Afghans who don't believe women should appear in the media. I have no other option but to leave.
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