Spokesperson Zabihulá Mujahid denied that Taliban forces violated human rights in their operations in order to completely control the country.
Madrid. (European media).-The Taliban dismissed Tuesday the claims of Human Rights Watch (HRW), that war crimes were committed in Panjshir Province. This province is the last stronghold of Afghanistan’s resistance movement.
Taliban spokesperson Zabihulá Mujahid reiterated his commitment to respect women’s rights and forgive those who showed resistance to the insurgents, but he denied that Taliban forces violated women’s rights. To exercise complete control over the country’s actions, the human rights.
Jaama News Agency claims that Mujahid stressed in a statement, that the rebels hadn’t committed any war crimes in the province. The NGO will “completely enter” this area to investigate the allegations. .
Human Rights Watch should not make “false accusations” or share “fabricated information” about its enemy, the spokesperson said. In this context, he asked Human Rights Watch to behave “fairly.”
BBC, a British television channel, reported recently that the Taliban had killed at least dozens civilians in Panjshir Province, where the National Resistance Front was still fighting the Taliban.