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Islamic Emirate committed to human rights

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The U.S. State Department has recently released a report saying human rights are being violated under the Islamic Emirate leadership in Afghanistan.
Not a true-but-a fake concern, the department, in its report, raised that the mujahidin of the Islamic Emirate were not considering human values, since they regain power in mid-August last year.
In response to the report, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate and the deputy Minister of Information and Culture Zabihullah Mujahid said that no human right has been violated after the return of the Islamic Emirate in Afghanistan. “Rather the Islamic Emirate is committed to the whole aspects of human rights and respects them.”
He said human rights were being violated when the United States and its allies were bombing people’s homes in Afghanistan over the last 20 years.
“Human rights were being violated when the United States and its allies were killing 200 Afghans by bombing their homes on a daily basis,” said the Islamic Emirate spokesman adding the U.S. State Department report was not accurate and the Islamic system respected basic values of human rights in the country.
On girls’ education in Afghanistan, the west does not understand the value of women education as much as the Islamic Emirate does.
As the country’s acting minister of education said the girls’ education, in Afghanistan, which is an internal affair, is under serious discussion and the schools’ doors would be opened soon for them all over the country.
On the other hand, if it was correct that some mujahidin of the Islamic Emirate, at the beginning of their arrival in Kabul, due to their unawareness and unfamiliarity with ordinary people, [when demonstrations turning violent] had to arrest some offenders, but how could it be justified that the U.S. and its allies have not been raising concern over brutal incidents committed by security officials in Myanmar.
Thousands of innocent Muslims mostly women and children were killed and badly tortured and their houses were destroyed by government officials in that country, in 2013.
Likewise, in Palestine, hundreds of people, including women and children are now being intentionally killed and their houses are being bombed by Israeli forces, while the U.S. and its allies are keeping silence.
So, the United States should realize the clear fact about the current situation of Afghanistan and release the national assets of the country, instead of fueling tensions and creating distrusts among the Afghans.

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