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Protesting women go missing under the Taliban rule

A Taliban fighter looks on as he stands at the city of Ghazni, Afghanistan. REUTERS

A number of women who took part in protests for women’s rights in Afghanistan have gone missing.

The news: The Taliban have abducted women who took part in the protest against them. But the terrorist group deny holding them and claim to have granted general amnesty to all those who collaborated with the previous regime.

What’s going on: The United Nations has expressed concern about a pattern of retaliation against activists, journalists, former government officials and security forces.

What are they saying: A woman on the condition of anonymity had explained the situation to the BBC. She even showed the photos of missing women.

The woman who was contacted by BBC was hiding for a long time and was continually changing locations.

  • I received various calls from the Taliban saying, don’t think we have lost you, we will find you,” said the anonymous woman.
  • According to her statement, the Taliban have even punished each woman who took part in the protest and dared to come forward.
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