Taliban warn against dissent, women’s rights activism


Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid speaks during an interview with AFP in Kabul on January 22, 2022. – AFP pic, January 22, 2022.

AFGHANISTAN’S Taliban authorities warned today they have the right to crack down on dissent and jail protesters, as concerns grew over the disappearance of two women activists. 

Since storming back to power in August amid a hasty withdrawal of US-led foreign forces, Taliban authorities have forcefully dispersed rallies, beaten some Afghan journalists and arrested critics.


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    Posted 4 months ago by Malaysia New hope