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The US Secretary of State criticizes the “immoral policies and behavior” of the Taliban

The US Secretary of State criticizes the “immoral policies and behavior” of the Taliban

Reports from the US State Department indicate that the Taliban have continued to violate human rights in Afghanistan in the past year.

Anthony Blanken, the Secretary of State of the United States, said in a press conference that the Taliban will also physically punish people accused of “immoral behavior” and limit job opportunities for Afghan women.

Blanken added: “The Taliban have closed educational institutions for girls and have physically punished women and men in public.

“The Secretary of State of the United States announced that the United States is facing “its own shortcomings” in the field of ensuring human rights in other countries. This report contains information about the human rights situation in nearly 200 countries around the world.

The Taliban, after regaining control of Afghanistan, have taken measures to physically punish Afghan citizens.

Also, last year, the Taliban executed the order of “Qisas” on several people. Respect for human rights, especially women’s rights, is one of the important preconditions of the international community for the recognition of the Taliban regime.

However, international efforts to convince the Taliban to accept basic human rights, especially women’s rights in Afghanistan, have so far been fruitless, and the achievements of the past two decades in the field of human rights, especially women’s rights, have disappeared after the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan. is