July 26, 2014

Afghans protest against Taliban public execution in Parwan

By Sajad - Wed Jul 11, 4:22 pm

Hundreds of Afghan women including chief of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission Seema Samar and Afghan Women’s Network Chief Fatana Gilani on Wednesday protested against growing violence against women and public execution of an Afghan woman by Taliban militants in northern Parwan province.

The protesters urged to consider justice for all those women are being executed and facing violence in Afghanistan.

This comes as an Afghan woman was brutally shot dead by Taliban militants in northern Parwan province few days back which was hardly condemned by president Karzai, human rights advocates and world leaders.

The footage, which surfaced recently, shows the woman being shot multiple times about 10 days ago in Parwan province, north of the Afghan capital. The gunman was encouraged by people who stood nearby, smiling and cheering.

Police in Parwan said the Taliban were behind the killing, but the insurgents have denied they ordered or carried out the slaying.

The protestors urged to stop violence against women in Afghanistan. Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission Seema Samar said, “The motive behind today’s demonstration is to extend and support law in Afghanistan. All those who are committing inhuman acts which are against the principles of Islam should be arrested and introduced to judiciary institutions.”

 Seema Samar also urged the Afghans not to remain silent against inhuman acts of criminals.

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  1. It is unfortunate that the Taliban took this action against this woman. What happened to the male who was involved in this situation? Why didn’t the Afghan president raise his voice in opposition. If the Afghan people in general wish to continue supporting this type of brutal action, then maybe the various countries around the world should stop financially supporting the nation. Finally, is this why our men and women military died in the fields of combat?

  2. There are rumors that Abdul Sattar Khawasi, Member of Afghan Parliament has connections with Taliban in Ghorband and Seyah Gird districts of Parwan province. He has been an obstacle for Afghan government. Parwan governor has expressed his concerns and said that Khawasi is trying to stop anti-Taliban military operations.

    Mr. Khawasi should be chased by Afghan National security and general attorney office for this act.

  3. IT IS THESE VERY MUSLIMS WHO ARE BRINGING BAD NAME TO ISLAM AND ALSO HUMANITY BY SUCH DISGUSTING ACTS.

  4. AT THE LEAST THESE BRUTAL TERRORISTS SHOULD HAVE SOME RESPECT FOR A HUMAN BEING -THAT FEMALE WHO GIVES BIRTH TO US MALES INCLUDING THEM.

  5. The Taliban denied involvement in the killing in Parwan province, in which an unnamed woman’s head and body were riddled with bullets at close range in punishment for alleged adultery.

    This comment by the talibans clearly indicates that this work was infact done by made-in-USA taliban who are trained by US in Afghanistan to carry out suicide attacks and do such illegal killings to defame Islam and the real Talibans.
    If you really want to know who real Talibans are then listen to Yvonne Ridley a female journalist who converted to Islam after being caught by Talibans. Watch the difference to decide how could Talibans do this killing when they treated Yvonne Ridley so nicely. Do your own research and dont blindly believe on the so called sold media defaming Islam and Talibans so as to justify the attack on Muslim countries. Here is the link…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahJNgo_aAgg&feature=related

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