Human Rights Watch: Afghanistan is witnessing the “most serious women’s rights crisis” in the world

Human Rights Watch has said in its latest report that Afghanistan is witnessing the most serious women’s rights crisis in the world. According to the news agency Nizo Afghanistan, in this report, which was published yesterday, it is stated that the Taliban have taken away the right to education, work, sports, protest, health care, the right to live free from violence, political participation and music from women. Haider Bar, the head of the women’s department of this organization, while talking to Radio Azadi, asked the members of the international community to implement practical measures, such as banning the travel of Taliban leaders, instead of expressing regret.

This is while, according to Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson of the Taliban government, Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzadeh, the leader of the Taliban, in a meeting with the governors, ordered that all Sharia rights of women be respected. Observance of human rights, especially the rights of women and girls, is one of the basic conditions of the world to recognize the Taliban government. Local officials in Faryab province say that a man named Rasul, a resident of Dara-e-Jawz area of ​​Garzivan district, is addicted to drugs, and gave his 35-year-old wife, who also has a son, as his sister, to a man in Daulatabad district of this province in exchange for 160,000 Afghanis. According to the information of the authorities, the matter was disclosed by Mullah Imam during the marriage ceremony, that the wife of the Prophet’s sister said no; Rather, she is his wife, she also has a mental problem. She was sold to a man who did not have a wife through a person.

Rasoul Dad and his wife and a person who was a partner in the transaction were arrested; But the man who took the woman has escaped.

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