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Amnesty International’s request to create a popular campaign to free women’s rights activists and educate girls

Amnesty International’s request to create a popular campaign to free women’s rights activists and educate girls

Amnesty International asked the people of Afghanistan to cooperate with this organization for the release of Manije Siddiqui, a women’s rights activist, Siddiqullah Afghan and Ahmad Fahim Azimi, two girls’ education activists from the Taliban.
In a statement on Monday, 21st of August, this international organization asked the people to send a letter to the head of Taliban intelligence, demanding the immediate and unconditional release of these three civil activists.
Amnesty International says that the Taliban arbitrarily detained these three people.
Ahmad Fahim Azimi and Sediqullah Afghan, who worked with the organization “Fekr Bethra”, were arrested by the Taliban intelligence from their office in Kabul on the 25th of this year. Their charges include instigating protests, inciting women to protest and collaborating with a team of robotic girls to leave the country. These two activists have been transferred to Polcharkhi prison after 72 days at the head of the 40 intelligence of the Taliban.
Manije Siddiqi, a member of the Spontaneous Women’s Movement of Afghanistan, was also arrested by the Taliban this month.
Amnesty International had previously demanded the unconditional release of detained activists from Taliban prisons. This organization asks the people of Afghanistan to join this campaign and demand the immediate and unconditional release of these three civil activists.