A human rights activist who helped organize a demonstration for women's rights in Kabul just days after the town fell to the Taliban told Fox News she and other Afghans would continue to rally against the extremist group despite violence against protesters.
" It may be quite difficult for everyone to come out and resist and protest, but it will not stop people, "the activist said. "It will not stop women.
The woman, whose identity Fox News does not Afghanistan " will not remain silent. "
" We will always try to demonstrate, but more thoughtfully and more careful ", she said.
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The woman told Fox News that she organized the protest in front of a Taliban checkpoint in Kabul. She said the Taliban abducted one of the organizers afterwards.
"A friend of ours who attended one of the protests in Kabul ... he was taken to Kabul University. There where he was tortured, "she told Fox News. " He was very badly whipped. "
The activist said the Taliban watched the protesters. said the protesters ignored them because they didn 't recognize the Taliban as the govtAfghanistan 's obviously legitimate.
"They were standing there watching us, " the Afghan told Fox News. "But we did not call them, because we do not recognize them.
According to the activist, the lives of women under the Taliban in the weeks following the resumption of control of the country meant less freedom. She also stated that she didn't. believe the Taliban claim that they will change their behavior towards women and girls.
"The Taliban do not accept change," she told Fox News. "They won't change, and they haven't changed. What they say and what they do are two completely different things.
"We don 't we are not allowed to go to work, "the woman mentioned. "My colleagues went to start their work in their offices, and they were [dit], 'You are not authorized. Turn over. ' "
The woman told Fox News that after the withdrawal of US security forces from Afghanistan and the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan, we have lost everything. "
" We have lost our country, our country has collapsed. We have lost our hope, "she continued.
Ch We attributed the deterioration of the situation in Afghanistan to President Biden and other world leaders.
" People will never forget it ", the activist told Fox News. " History will never forget it. "
" And it 's because of the bad decisions made by [Biden] and world leaders, "she continued. " You have a moral duty to correct your mistakes. "