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19:05  26 january  2022
19:05  26 january  2022 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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" Help me! The Taliban are in front of my house and I'm alone with my sisters! It is the words of Tamana Zaryabi, an Afghan militant for women's rights, just before being arrested, as well as his sisters, at his home in Kabul, Wednesday, January 19. His loved ones are since no news.

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diet in the video, we intend to ask men in front of his door to leave and "come back tomorrow". Since then, his neighbors, under cover of anonymity, confirmed that she had been arrested by an "armed group", without specifying if they were men of the plan.

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a few days earlier, she had participated in a demonstration, Grouping a few dozen people, for the right of women to work and study. Asking "justice", the protesters also burned a burqa to protest against the mandatory port of the veil . Tamana Zaryabi belonged to the Seeking for Justice collective, who organized several similar events in recent months. As in the past, the mobilization of January 16 was repressed in violence by the regime and several participants claimed to have been followed upside down, according to an article by the BBC .

The diet denies any further involvement, another activist, Parawana Ibrahimkhel, was also arrested at his home during the same evening. The regime denied any involvement in their disappearance. Asked by the BBC, Suhai Shaheen, in the process of becoming the Taliban representative with the United Nations, Tamana Zaryabi's video was "false". A version contested by the friends of the young woman.

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They risk their lives against the Taliban: meeting with Afghans who resist during talks between Western regimes and Taliban to Oslo, the Afghan Poetess Hoda Khamosh has arrested the Afghan Minister for Foreign Affairs, Amir Khan Muttaqi, on their disappearance. asking him to "pick up his phone to ask for immediate release".

"Why are the Taliban who imprisoned us in Kabul sitting at the negotiating table with us in Oslo? What does the international community do with this torture and repression? She went out, giving up those who "remain silent or tolerate the Taliban" to be "partially responsible for these crimes".

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