Angelina Jolie
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Angelina Jolie is well recognized for her stops at refugee camps around the world. Her expeditions began in 2001 when she made her first visit, which was an 18-day mission to Sierra Leone and Tanzania for which she later expressed her shock at what she had witnessed.

She has also been in the headlines for her $1 million donations to UNHCR, which is the largest donation UNHCR had ever received from a private individual. She is well known for her assistance in the field of Child immigration and education, Conservation and community development, and her work for Human rights and women’s rights.

On Sunday, February 6, 2022, Jolie shared a letter from a woman in Afghanistan who talked about the situation of her people in her country. The actress blurred the identity of the sender and captioned the post “A young woman in #Afghanistan sent me this letter. I’m protecting her identity, but she hasn’t been able to go back to school since the Taliban seized power.”

She further encouraged everyone to take notice and help those in need. She added, “Please track what is happening in Afghanistan, where young women are being taken from their homes at night at gunpoint and disappeared, and new restrictions are being imposed on the freedom of women and girls day by day. Please help ensure they’re not forgotten”

This wasn’t the first time she shared this kind of post. She has previously tried to raise awareness regarding the suffering of women in Afghanistan.

The actress made her debut on Instagram in August 2021 and broke the record of Jennifer Aniston by racking up over 2 million followers in just 3 hours and reaching 4.5 million followers in 14 hours. As of now, the actress is supporting 12.2 million followers. This wasn’t the only extraordinary thing about her arrival.

Angelina’s first post was highly appreciated by her fans all over the globe as she posted a letter she received from a teenage girl from Afghanistan amid the unrest in the Middle East. She captioned the post with a beautiful message telling the world about the situation of Afghanistan and how women are suffering for their identities. The post received a lot of positive responses with people all over the world standing up for the women in Afghanistan.

Along with a recently posted letter, she also shared the names of the Women’s activists in Afghanistan who have disappeared. The names included Alia Azizi, Parwana Ibrahimkhel, Mursal Ayar, Zahra Mohammadi, Tamana Zaryab Paryani and her three sisters.

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