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Afghan Women’s Freedom Movement Boycotts Doha Meeting, Calling it “Engagement and Lobbying” for the Taliban

Afghan Women’s Freedom Movement Boycotts Doha Meeting, Calling it “Engagement and Lobbying” for the Taliban

Members of the “Afghan Women’s Freedom Movement” staged a protest in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, in connection with the upcoming Doha meeting scheduled for June 30th. The protesters argue that the basis of this meeting is “engagement and lobbying” for the Taliban.

According to them, holding such a meeting with the presence of Taliban representatives is an injustice to the people and women of Afghanistan who have been fighting on the front lines against the Taliban for their rights and freedom for the past three years.

The protesters express their strong opposition to any form of legitimization or support for the Taliban regime, which has been widely criticized for its oppressive policies, particularly towards women and girls. They call for the international community to stand in solidarity with the Afghan people and their struggle for a free and democratic society.The Afghan Women’s Freedom Movement has announced its decision to boycott the Doha meeting, urging other organizations and individuals to join their cause in rejecting any dialogue or engagement with the Taliban until they respect human rights and adhere to international norms and standards.