Amnesty International: The caretaker government’s actions against Afghan women are “crimes against humanity”.

Amnesty International once again responded to the Taliban’s restrictions on Afghan women, saying that these actions of the Taliban are “crimes against humanity”.

Yesterday, Amnesty International wrote on its Twitter that the Taliban’s actions against women and girls in Afghanistan can be considered a crime against humanity.

This organization has said that the lives of girls and women in Afghanistan are facing harassment based on their gender and they are deprived of their basic rights and freedoms.

Amnesty International has said: “Women and girls are deprived of their basic rights and freedoms. They are no longer allowed to work and participate in public life and the political arena. Their voices were silenced and their dreams were destroyed and they were deprived of educational opportunities and professional development, they were forbidden to wear clothes and move freely and they were limited to their shadows.

According to the source, at the moment, any talk about the defiance of women and girls in Afghanistan is met with terror and violence.

This organization said: “Arbitrary arrests, torture and blatant disregard for their basic rights are commonplace. The Taliban’s actions can be considered a crime against humanity. “Now is the time for the international community to act and justice and accountability take the place of these (cases).”

This organization emphasized that Afghan women and girls deserve a better life, justice and equality, not that they deserve persecution based on gender.

Reporter  meena Habib


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