Here's one of the things that is a consequence of what we're being told some young British muslims are aggrieved and angry about, military intervention by the West in Afghanistan:
When she slips off her veil and dons Nike trainers for her daily basketball game at a Kabul gym, Sabrina Sagheb is already challenging many orthodoxies of Afghan society.And if some people in Britain feel alienated because of this? Alienated enough to murder other people? You provide your own answers. I know what mine are. (Thanks: BC.)
She will challenge many more when she becomes the youngest woman to stand in Afghanistan's first parliamentary elections on Sept 18.
... Miss Sagheb will campaign on a platform of liberal reform and equality for the sexes. She hopes to make the wearing of the burkha a matter of choice for all women and advocates an end to forced marriages.
"I want basic human rights for men and for women," she said, adding that her parents will let her choose a husband.
Some 5,805 candidates have been declared eligible to contest the first post-Taliban parliamentary polls. A total of 2,778 candidates will stand for the 249-seat lower house and 3,027 in provincial councils. Some 583 women will run.