United Nations Delegation in Afghanistan has announced the registration of more than 1,600 cases of human rights violations by the Taliban in Afghanistan.
On Wednesday (September 20), UNAMA announced the registration of more than 1,600 cases of human rights violations by the Taliban in Afghanistan and said that the cases of human rights violations in Afghanistan from January 2022 to July this year 34 provinces of the country have been registered.
In this report, it is stated that 11% of human rights violations in Afghanistan were related to women and nearly 50% of them included “torture and cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment”.
This report published by UNAMA was prepared based on the statements of 44% of civilians, 21% of government or security employees of the previous government, 16% of members of civil organizations or human rights groups, 9% of members of armed groups, and 8% of journalists and media. .
According to the information provided in this report, 259 cases of human rights violations involved physical suffering and 207 cases involved mental suffering.
Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Taliban, has rejected the recent UNAMA report that more than 1,600 cases of human rights violations were recorded by this group “while arresting people” in Afghanistan.
By publishing a statement regarding this report, Zabihullah Mujahid said that in the prisons under Taliban rule, all services are provided for the prisoners and they are trained.
This UNAMA report is published while the human rights situation in Afghanistan is facing many challenges and in the last two years international organizations have always called the human rights situation in Afghanistan worrying.
Depriving girls of the right to education, work restrictions against women, violation of freedom of expression and torture of journalists and civil servants of the previous government, arrest of civil activists, increase in poverty and unemployment are among the human rights violations in Afghanistan that have increased in the last two years.