Informed sources have reported the detention of Neda Parwani, a member of the “Spontaneous Women’s Movement of Afghanistan,” by the Taliban in Kabul.
At least two reliable sources have confirmed to Hasht-e Subh that the Taliban apprehended Neda Parwani on the morning of Tuesday, September 19, in the Khairkhana area of Kabul and subsequently transferred her to an undisclosed location.
According to sources, the Taliban have also detained the husband and a four-year-old son of this female protester.
As of now, the Taliban has not issued any official statement regarding this incident.
It is important to highlight that since the emergence of women’s protests in the country, the Taliban have detained and subjected several female protesters to torture.
Sources attribute the Taliban’s detention of female protesters to extortion by this group, alleging that the Taliban demand “money” in exchange for the release of female activists from human rights organizations.