US News Afghanistan: Women Judges fear the revenge of former prisoners Taliban

21:10  04 september  2021
21:10  04 september  2021 Source:   lefigaro.fr

Pakistan, Iran ... Complex Neighborhood with Taliban

 Pakistan, Iran ... Complex Neighborhood with Taliban © China New / Sipa Tianjin, July 28, 2021 (Xinhua) taken from the Taliban Flash Victory, the neighbors of Afghanistan are unable to Agree on how to react to the new deal. took short by the Taliban flash victory, Afghanistan's neighbors are unable to agree on how to react to the new deal. Pakistan has the longest common border with Afghanistan and has woven narrow relationships with the Taliban.

Des proches portent le corps d'une femme juge assassinée par des hommes armés à Kaboul, en janvier 2021. © Mohammad Ismail / Reuters relatives bear the body of a woman murdered by men armed in Kabul, in January 2021.

She managed to flee But worries about his colleagues who stayed there. A woman judge in Kabul, refugee in Europe, reported Reuters having been handled by Taliban activists that she had competed in prison under President Ashraf Ghani. Since Europe, the witness, who has wished to keep anonymous, has entrusted the American news agency having left the country under the threat of newly released captives. " four or five members of the Taliban came to my house and asked: where is the judge woman? They were people I had put in prison , "she told.

Afghanistan. A new Taliban assault took place in the Panchir, affirms the resistance

 Afghanistan. A new Taliban assault took place in the Panchir, affirms the resistance © AFP / Ahmad Sahel ARMAN A movement of Afghan resistance and anti-Taliban uprising forces take position during a patrol at the top of a hill. The Darband area, in the District of Anaba, Province of Panchir, September 1, 2021. This Thursday, September 2, Afghan Resistants announce that a new storm of the Taliban took place in the Panchir region. East of the country.

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since 2020, many former Taliban prisoners had already been released, following the cease-on- Fire with the Americans who provided for the release of 5,000 Islamist insurgents. This last week, after the departure of the last American soldier, " thousands " others would have been released according to the judge, thus putting " the lives of women judges in real danger ".

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The witness has been able to flee thanks to the support of the international feminist organization Association of Women Judges, but she claims to have received from her colleagues on the spot of the " messages of fear and terror ". " They tell me that if they fail to escape, their lives is directly in danger ," she alerts. For the moment, only " some " of some 250 women judges could be securely exfiltrated by the country, according to coalition officials.

Afghanistan. In Panking, violent fighting oppose the Taliban and rebels

 Afghanistan. In Panking, violent fighting oppose the Taliban and rebels © Ahmad Sahel Arman / AFP opponent to the Taliban, in the Vallée du Panchir, September 1, 2021. A spokesman for the National Resistance Front indicated That the rebels and Taliban clashed in violent fighting, in the Panchir Valley. According to a European NGO, they would have done several dead.

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since the advent of the Taliban in power, women judges are not the only ones to worry. Last week, a journalist, also under cover of anonymity, told Fox News to be forced to change daily housing to flee the threat of the Taliban, claiming that these " track people who often take the word against them ". Another RTA public television journalist also told a video to have been adding access to the premises of his chain where she worked for six years. Friday and Saturday, dozens of Afghan women are courageously descended into street to defend their rights to education and work against the new masters of the country advocating a rigorous Islam.

Taliban Hanging Flag at Presidential Palace in Kabul .
Kabul. While the US reminiscent of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the Taliban signal that they have Kabul under control again. Above the President's Palace, her flag blows, veiled women promote Islamists. © Bernat Armangue Before the American Embassy in Kabul, the flag of the Taliban has been drawn to the wall. September 11, 2001 was the day sealing the last rule of the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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