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The protest of the women’s movement towards freedom against the “gender apartheid” of the Taliban in Afghanistan

The protest of the women’s movement towards freedom against the “gender apartheid” of the Taliban in Afghanistan

In a powerful protest action, women under the title “Women’s Movement for Freedom”, with their great concern over the continued arbitrary arrests of women and girls by the Taliban in Afghanistan, have asked the international community to recognize the “gender apartheid” of this group.

According to this organization, Afghan women and girls have been severely repressed after the Taliban regained power. They are arrested and taken to prison from their homes, roads and public places under different pretexts.

This protest movement refers to the continuation of inaccuracies and violations of human rights by the Taliban. Criticizing the policy of “gender apartheid”, this group believes that women and girls in Afghanistan are constantly under pressure and oppression.

Also, the women’s movement towards freedom has asked the international community not to recognize the Taliban and has criticized them for creating an inclusive government in Afghanistan.

At this time, Vanessa Fraser, the new head of the United Nations Security Council, has also stated that the policy of “gender apartheid” in Afghanistan should be added to the Convention on the Prohibition of Crimes against Humanity, which shows that concerns about this issue are for very serious reasons. And it is obligatory.