July 27th: A woman from the small village of Khig, named Malalai, played a major role in the battle of Maiwand during the second Anglo-Afghan war.When the tide turned against the Afghan fighters and their morale dropped, Malalai cried out: Young love if you do not fall in the battle of Maiwand; By God someone is saving you as a token of shame; When the Afghan flag bearer was shot dead, Malalai used her veil as a banner to encourage the Afghan soldiers who were fighting the British.One of the largest online dating apps for Afghanistan singles on Facebook with over 25 million connected singles, First Met makes it fun and easy for mature adults in Afghanistan to meet people.Meet other single adults in Afghanistan like you - whether you are a single parent, divorced, separated, or have never been married.Its worst trait is a reluctance to come when called.It will chase small animals outside; inside, it will coexist peacefully.
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Her words revitalized the Afghan fighters and as a result, the battle of Maiwand ended in defeat for the British Army and victory for the Afghans, who were led by Ayub Khan.
Sadly, Malalai was killed during this battle, but she was not forgotten.