The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.
Editorial

Human rights ensured in Afghanistan; U.S. should lift sanctions

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A view of the North Portico of the White House, Wednesday June 14, 2017 in Washington D.C. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)

While the west claims it is the real human rights and media freedom defender in the world, the people of Afghanistan is facing harsh sanctions by the U.S. and its allies, since the return of the Islamic Emirate to power in mid-August last year.
We have now security all over the country, under the Islamic system. The IEA is fighting all kinds of corruption, while it became as popular as had turned into a culture throughout government’s institutions.
Education is in its place and developing countrywide; apart from girls’ schools above sixth grades, which would soon be reopened, after the finalization of the plan which is now under discussion by the related committee.
But, the west, particularly, the U.S. which always claim itself to be the defender of human rights didn’t spare effort to continue keeping the country’s asset frozen.
Moreover, it has time and again ask the Islamic Emirate to reopen girls’ schools, an issue relating to the Islamic system itself and a plan which is under discussion and would be done soon.
In the latest assertions, the U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Thomas West asked the Islamic Emirate to lift ban on girls’ education, and respect human rights.
This is a clear fact that the west has repeatedly interfered in the internal affairs of the country and recently banned some social media relating to the Islamic Emirate-run media, such as Bakhtar News Agency, while the U.S. representative recently ask the IEA to lift ban on journalists
West pointed to the recently held three-day International Conference on Afghanistan in Tashkent and wrote on his twitter: “Many colleagues also raised grave concerns regarding human rights abuses, including restrictions on journalists and women’s ability to contribute to the country’s economic growth. We want the IEA to lift ban on girls’ schools and curbs on journalists.”
In fact, none of them remained unimplemented; all are done and efforts are underway to do all what remained undone, as it is a new system and is on its way to complete. But, why the west itself continues ban on Afghanistan assets to remain in place and furthermore it persuades other countries to follow its plan of not recognizing the Islamic Emirate?
We hope Tashkent international conference to give good results for both Afghanistan and the participants countries and the ongoing positive engagement could result in full trust between the Islamic Emirate and the world nations and lead to the recognition of the Islamic system.
The ongoing economic crisis in Afghanistan would end, after the U.S. was convinced to release sanctions, particularly unfreeze the country’s assets.
We need honest cooperation from the friendly countries, for shaping a nationwide accepted Islamic system within which a good governance could be restored and fight on corruption accelerated.
The IEA is committed to manage a country of free terrorist activities and assures the world, particularly the neighboring countries that Afghanistan’s territory would never be used against them and no militancy would be allowed to reorganize or threat other nations from the Afghan territory.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.