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Women Martyrs in the shining path of struggles and sacrifices

Posted by Admin on July 11, 2010

Women Martyrs in the shining path of struggles and sacrifices

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One Response to “Women Martyrs in the shining path of struggles and sacrifices”

  1. Green Red said

    OF course heros, great martyrs there are. Reading journalist sister Roy’s interview gave people a brief glance upon the life or death, for liberation of all struggling heros, women and men, young and old’s lives.

    And it was mentioned that in earlier times of the struggle it took long inside party ideological struggle for brothers to understand the importance of sisters. And she said that it still is not perfect since, central committee and polit bureau of the party has not yet have had women in positions.

    I do not know. What i do know is as mentioned in the same historic interview, to have a Just society equality must be in every level.

    I salute memories for each and every martyered sister and in heart see each and every one of them as important as other comrades we have had hard time to see them fallen, such as late comrade Azad. When a revolution is in process, each and every party member, warrior, supporter, flyer distributor, are doing vital deeds to liberate the whole society from old murky chains of class, caste, sex, race, whatever you name it.

    And for those who take such losses serious enough, remember that the best way to thank the fallen comrades and value them is to follow their line and, do even a bit, even a single bit in the least more than yesterday or, take the higher task and, make yourself ready to be given that position.

    Dead or alive, their memories are eternal, women, the ones who hold half of the sky unto their hands.

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