The Women’s Movement for Peace and Freedom has reacted to and appreciated the recent report of the United Nations Security Council Monitoring Committee against the Taliban.
By publishing a statement today (Sunday, June 11/21), this movement praised the report of the United Nations Security Council Monitoring Committee and added that there have been no changes in the behaviour of the Taliban and that this group misbehaves with people like in the 1990s.
Furthermore, they stated, “Now the Taliban, who have very deep links with international terrorist networks, Al-Qaeda, ISIS, drug trafficking, forced marriages of underage girls, and violent and inhumane behaviour against Afghanistani women and men, hold millions of people hostage. and have turned Afghanistan into a safe nest of international terrorism once again.”
The movement adds that, as in the past, the Taliban group has led society to complete stagnation by removing women from society and suppressing religious minorities. Committing other crimes, including war crimes, based on reliable reports, including the recent report of Amnesty International, is proof of the violent and inhumane behaviour of this group.
The Women’s Movement for Peace and Freedom is worried about the continuation of the humanitarian, security, and economic crisis in Afghanistan and demands that the United Nations, the international community, and countries that support democracy take urgent action and impose more sanctions on the Taliban.