An activist had posted a video of the murder." It soon went viral."I would say for a month, every day you would see everyone posting about Fahunda."Hamidi attended the Farkhunda trial as an observer and has worked with the family in "lobbying for the judiciary to come to a fair decision".If you would like to meet one of them, this chat site will be quite suitable for you.We recommend you this online chat service to make new Afghan friends from whole around the world.Samira Hamidi was initially reluctant to join Facebook.In 2009, she explains, it was "very unusual" for an Afghan woman to have an account.
With the impact made by both Western military and Western money, Afghanistan has witnessed incredible change since the turn of the century.The number of girls in formal education has risen from zero in 2001 to 2.9 million in 2012, according to the World Bank; and the proportion of Afghans with access to safe drinking water has risen from 4.8 per cent to 60.6 per cent by 2011, says the UN.Now the latest phase of the country's development is being documented and contested on the social web.Recently her attention has been focused on the case of Farkhunda Malikzada, a 27-year-old woman murdered by a mob in March.The case has demonstrated the power of Facebook in Afghanistan.In May, four men were sentenced to death and a further eight to 16 years in prison; 18 were acquitted.Farkhunda's family claims that the trial – which lasted just two days – was not just, and missed out key figures involved in the crime."Social media documented the incident and those who shared it provided an opportunity for justice," says Hamidi, "Now when we claim that the judgement of the first court has not been fair, it is because of the videos we have seen. For people that love to chat and make friends with Afghani, Pashtuns, Tajiks, Hazaras, Uzbeks, Turkmen, Baluch, Nuristani and other Afghan girls, women and men. For the other Afghan chat rooms see our Afghan Chat Directory below.For Afghanis from Afghanistan, Pakistan, United Arab, Emirates (UAE), Norway, Austria, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, United Kingdom (UK), Australia, Canada and United States.'"Afghanistan's adoption of Facebook is very recent and – for those who have taken to it – very comprehensive: the site is used for entertainment, news and as a substitute for emailing and texting by a growing group of mainly urban young people.The country's biggest telecoms company, Roshan, now even offers perhaps the world's only Facebook-only data tariff.