The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

No women rights violated in Afghanistan

An inaccurate report, citing the recent remarks of the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Special Rapporteur for Afghanistan on human rights abuses, Richard Bennett, blamed the current situation in Afghanistan for violating human rights, particularly the rights of women. Bennett called the normalization of relations with the Islamic Emirate to be conditional on ‘significant human rights progresses’, something against the realities of Afghanistan. In reaction to the remarks of Richard Bennett, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate Zabihullah Mujahid said Bennett should not ignore the realities of Afghanistan. “They use the issue of human rights as a tool for their political goals and want to achieve their political objectives through this issue, which they will not reach, and their condition is also unjustified,” the private TOLONews TV quoted Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate as saying. Bennett stepped up wider to ignore the clear realities in Afghanistan, while the rights of women and girls are secured under the holy Islamic religion. The so-called UN Human Rights Council’s Special Rapporteur for Afghanistan, in a video message, has recently called for those responsible for human rights violations in Afghanistan to be held accountable. “My latest report on Afghanistan … the stark reality that under the Taliban [Islamic Emirate], the human rights condition continues to deteriorate,” said Bennett ignoring the realities about human rights and the rights of women and girls for work and education in the country. The rights of women and in general, the human rights in Afghanistan, can only be realized by those living in Afghanistan and those enjoying the rights themselves, as Richard Bennett who has only collected false information about the current situation in Afghanistan does not know how positive human rights situation in Afghanistan, while he looks like to have been as a puppet for the malicious circles want to defame the Islamic Emirate and underestimate its achievement and activities of the last more than two years. Women and girls’ rights are preserved in accordance with the Islamic sharia law and as frequently said by the related organs, the Islamic Emirate is making efforts to do more for women and girls based on the values of Islamic teachings and accepted Afghan traditions. Any system has its own law and rules and no one has the right to criticize others for failure about issues relating to their own rule of law. So, the reports from the international community about what it said violation of human rights and the rights of women and girls are inappropriate. Instead, they should cooperate with the ongoing economic crisis in the country and help to unfreeze the Afghan asset, as in fact, they are the world countries and those who are only working for those who are acting against human rights in Afghanistan, by their measure to continue freezing the povertysuffered nation’s billions of dollars in abroad. The International community, instead, should do its best to engage positively with the Islamic Emirate, which has full control of the country and widen its relation with it as the only legal incumbent system and decision-maker for its nation. Abu Inam Hashemi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.