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Islamic Emirate Calls UNAMA Report Repetitive and Propagandistic

Following the publication of UNAMA's quarterly report on the human rights situation in Afghanistan, Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, stated that UNAMA has not taken into account the realities of Afghanistan in its report.

Mujahid told TOLOnews that the reports of the UNAMA in Afghanistan are repetitive.

"The government is making all efforts to apprehend all destructive individuals who spill the blood of the people and bring them to the justice . What we see in the UNAMA report is repetitive and propaganda that is unsubstantiated. The Sharia rights of the people, including women and men, are secured and not lost,” said Zabihullah Mujahid.

In this report titled "Human Rights Situation in Afghanistan" released by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, it is stated that nearly 80 civilians died in three explosions in Afghanistan during the first five days of 2024.

The report addresses human rights situations, casualties from airstrikes in Khost and Paktika provinces , corporal punishment, freedom of the media, and some other issues.

The report also details casualties from explosive materials, reporting the deaths of 79 civilians from the sixth to the eleventh of January in three explosions.

According to the report, the most severe explosion among them was in the city of Kandahar on the twenty-first of March, which resulted in 75 casualties in this event.

Salim Paigeer, a political analyst, said, "The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan must take specific measures about the security threats that exist today or yesterday to prevent certain groups that operate through bombing and suicide attacks."

In the section on women and girls' rights, similar to the previous UNAMA report, criticism has been made of the lack of change in lifting the bans against women and girls.

 "The new educational year in Afghanistan started on the twentieth of March without the presence of Afghan girls in schools,” reads part of the report.

Based on this report, as a result of Pakistani airstrikes and clashes between Pakistani forces and the forces of the Islamic Emirate on the eighteenth of March, more than twenty civilians also suffered casualties.

Islamic Emirate Calls UNAMA Report Repetitive and Propagandistic

Mujahid told TOLOnews that the reports of the UNAMA in Afghanistan are repetitive.

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Following the publication of UNAMA's quarterly report on the human rights situation in Afghanistan, Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, stated that UNAMA has not taken into account the realities of Afghanistan in its report.

Mujahid told TOLOnews that the reports of the UNAMA in Afghanistan are repetitive.

"The government is making all efforts to apprehend all destructive individuals who spill the blood of the people and bring them to the justice . What we see in the UNAMA report is repetitive and propaganda that is unsubstantiated. The Sharia rights of the people, including women and men, are secured and not lost,” said Zabihullah Mujahid.

In this report titled "Human Rights Situation in Afghanistan" released by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, it is stated that nearly 80 civilians died in three explosions in Afghanistan during the first five days of 2024.

The report addresses human rights situations, casualties from airstrikes in Khost and Paktika provinces , corporal punishment, freedom of the media, and some other issues.

The report also details casualties from explosive materials, reporting the deaths of 79 civilians from the sixth to the eleventh of January in three explosions.

According to the report, the most severe explosion among them was in the city of Kandahar on the twenty-first of March, which resulted in 75 casualties in this event.

Salim Paigeer, a political analyst, said, "The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan must take specific measures about the security threats that exist today or yesterday to prevent certain groups that operate through bombing and suicide attacks."

In the section on women and girls' rights, similar to the previous UNAMA report, criticism has been made of the lack of change in lifting the bans against women and girls.

 "The new educational year in Afghanistan started on the twentieth of March without the presence of Afghan girls in schools,” reads part of the report.

Based on this report, as a result of Pakistani airstrikes and clashes between Pakistani forces and the forces of the Islamic Emirate on the eighteenth of March, more than twenty civilians also suffered casualties.

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