On Saturday, November 6, 2021, the Taliban authorities announced that the bodies of four murdered women had been found in Mazar-i-Sharif in northern Afghanistan. .
With our correspondent in the region, Sonia Ghazali
Frozan Safi is the first women’s rights defender to be assassinated since the Taliban seized power. The identity of the killers remains unknown to this day.
Human rights organizations have expressed concern about violations committed against civil society activists, especially women.
Afghan women’s activist Mahbouba Siraj denounces the security vacuum. ” I don’t know who is responsible Says , Who do you call to report what’s going on? The media must tell the Taliban that if the facts are true, they must do something because they are losing control. »
According to Heather Barr, associate director of the Women’s Rights Division at Human Rights Watch, the Taliban ” Create an environment that puts women at increased risk It raises questions about the Taliban’s release of thousands of prisoners across the country, and the disintegration of former Afghan security forces.
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