Dozens of female students at Herat University who call themselves the “Movement Group for Change” condemned the recent suicide bombing attack at Kaj Educational Center in Kabul with a protest that reportedly left 53 killed and 110 injured.
The members of this movement demonstrated and chanted slogans inside Herat University against what they call “national oppression” and the “crime” committed against girls in Friday’s attack at Kaj institute.
These students chanted slogans “we are an enlightened generation, we do not accept radicalism”, “we die, we born, we say no to oppression”.
The members of this movement by condemning the recent suicide attack in West Kabul, have called the Taliban a religious fundamentalist group.
According to protesting women, since the Taliban retook power, not only the security of the citizens has been ensured, but also the ISKP group has grown and the country has become a safe haven for terrorist groups.
The previous day, the Taliban group also prevented Herati female students from protesting over the recent attack in Kabul by opening fire.