The Solidarity Movement of Women in Afghanistan states that the recognition and engagement of the Taliban by the international community is rewarding their “crimes,” and the United Nations is providing daily financial assistance under the pretext of humanitarian aid to strengthen the Taliban regime.
On Thursday, May 25, the Solidarity Movement of Women in Afghanistan expressed in a resolution that nearly two years have passed since the Taliban took control of the country, during which the social fabric of Afghanistan has been destroyed.
According to the movement, people have been deprived of their fundamental rights; poverty and unemployment have reached their peak, and women have been deprived of their right to education and work.
The resolution states, “People are forced to flee, former soldiers are being killed, stoning, imprisonment behind walls, whipping, and various forms of oppression are being carried out, but the world remains silent.”
These women demand pressure from the United Nations and human rights organizations.
This comes as the Taliban, after taking control of Afghanistan, have imposed numerous restrictions on women.