Afghanistan Is On The Brink Of Bloody TakeOver As Taliban Hostile Fighters Enter Kabul
ICHR strongly stands in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan and calls on the international community, United Nations, and E.U to take immediate serious measures to prevent Taliban attacks on cities, which have led to war crimes, widespread human rights abuses and catastrophic humanitarian crimes.
Taliban’s hostile fighters have entered Kabul. Gunfire and bloodshed in the capital are rising. Taliban holding all border crossings, leaving Kabul International Airport as only way out.
And Yet Taliban say they want peaceful transition of power in days, as their Hostile Fighters reach Afghanistan’s capital Kabul with bloodshed of civilians.
Suhail Shaheen said; “that the militant Islamist group would protect the rights of women, as well as freedoms for media workers and diplomats.” That’s while their policy is repression, torture, rape, aggression, oppression, and widespread systematic human rights violations, terrorism, murder, brutal violence, political and social repression against the specially the women, civil society, and Afghan people.
He added; “We assure the people, particularly in the city of Kabul, that their properties, their lives are safe,” this is while Afghans are at the increased risk of bloodshed, persecution from advancing Taliban forces that has put the lives of the people in danger that urgent need of evacuation and international protection from other countries, United Nations, E.U, and U.S is imminent.
Taliban’s brutal attacks on cities, which have led to war crimes and blatant human rights violations and humanitarian catastrophic crimes in Afghanistan, are direct results of dirty politics of Islamic Republic of Iran, and Pakistan, as well as U.S opening the way by turning its back.
“On March 18, 2021, Moscow hosted a regular meeting of the extended “Troika” comprising representatives of Russia, China, the United States, and Pakistan, which focused on making progress in the intra-Afghan process to reach a negotiated settlement and permanent and comprehensive ceasefire. «Where are they today?» as the Taliban TakeOver Afghanistan which have led to war crimes and blatant human rights violations and catastrophic humanitarian crimes in the country and neighbouring borders.” Said; Daryanaz Shirinkam Communication Director at ICHR Canada.
The continuation of the Taliban’s bloody attacks in collusion with regional and international terrorists will not only lead to a humanitarian catastrophic crimes and the protraction of war in Afghanistan, but also exacerbate violent extremism and incite terrorists in the region posing a serious and irreparable threat to the collective security of the region and the world.
ICHR strongly calls on the international community, United Nations, E.U and especially the Troika meeting member states, to take immediate serious measures to prevent Taliban attacks on cities, which have led to war crimes, widespread human rights abuses and catastrophic humanitarian crimes.