The report of the United Nations representative Richard Bennett on human rights is biased and far from reality.
There is no threat to the life of women in Afghanistan, no Afghan woman is killed in wars or raids, nor does she lost her relatives. And now, no one dishonors Afghan women, no Afghan woman’s children are innocently in prisons, 181 public and private universities are open to women and men in Afghanistan, education has been extended to the remaining 70 percent of the country.
Currently, thousands of Afghan women are working in Education, Higher Education, Public Health, National ID cards, Passports, Airports, Police, Media, Banks and other essential fields, a number of women who are still unable to attend their jobs due to the unfavorable working environment, their salaries are regularly paid at home. Meanwhile, hundreds of poor women and men who were engaged in begging were collected from the streets and given reasonable wages, in short, Afghans are living peacefully and they are now far from war, insecurity, killings and troubles. Despite the oppressive rules, freezing assets and banking problems, all government entities are working hard for economic prosperity of the country and well-being of the nation. The rights of minorities are protected, none of them killed, arrested, charged and or prevented from worshiping.
On the other hand, hundreds of attacks aimed at the worship places of minorities have been prevented.
In some exceptional cases, the perpetrators have been detained and punished severely.
Public amnesty has been granted to thousands of people who for 20 years continuously raised guns against their countrymen and in support of foreign invaders, killed Afghans.
Unfortunately, in this biased report of the United Nations, none of the above highlighted nor praised. Going through the report, it is obvious how clearly this big international organization is being misused and wrong information is being published on its address??! We condemn and call it regrettable that irresponsible and controversial statements are being published at the address of the United Nations against the Islamic Emirate.
The United Nations should respect the opinions and beliefs of people from all over the world and not take a position equal to the mood of certain countries.
The continuation of such actions will severely damage the reputation of this organization and it will become clear that it looks at international issues only through the lenses of some countries.