Thomas West, the US special representative for Afghanistan, welcomed the release of Matiullah Wesa, an activist for the rights of girls’ education in Afghanistan, from the Taliban prison, wrote on the X channel: “With my colleagues, I welcome the release of Matiullah Wisa and we demand the release of all Afghan human rights defenders.”.
Matiullah Wisa, the founder of “Qalam” educational institution, was released from Taliban prison after 215 days on Thursday (4th of Scorpio).
The Taliban arrested Mr. Matiullah Wesa on the 7th of this year from the Khushal Mina district of the “Wais Qarni” mosque in Kabul.
Matiullah Wesa has a petition and awareness program for reopening schools for children and especially girls in Afghanistan. He has made many efforts in educating children.
Richard Bennett, the special rapporteur of the United Nations Human Rights Council for Afghanistan, also published a message on the X channel and wrote: “I welcome the freedom of Matiullah Wesa and I want the immediate and unconditional release of all human rights defenders in Afghanistan and they defend the human rights have been arrested arbitrarily.”
Welcoming Mr. Wesa release from Taliban prison, Amnesty International wrote on X channel: “He should not have been imprisoned for promoting girls’ right to education. We are grateful to all those who worked tirelessly and especially those who campaigned through immediate action. »
The Association of the Way of Pens of Azadi Moti Allah has approved Visa. The Taliban have not said anything about Mr. Wesa’s release.