USA: America released report on International Religious Freedom, said- Taliban guarded religious freedom in Afghanistan
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom has said in its report that the Taliban has imposed strict rules in the country in the name of Islam, which violates the beliefs of religious freedom and other faiths.
A commission set up by the US Parliament said on Tuesday that the situation of religious freedom in Afghanistan has deteriorated since the Taliban took over. After 20 years of fighting, the US withdrew its troops in August last year after a deal with the Taliban. The US Commission on International Religious Freedom has said in its report that the Taliban has imposed strict rules in the country in the name of Islam, which violates the beliefs of religious freedom and other faiths. The commission set up by the US Parliament said the Taliban had promised to protect religious groups, but today its bigotry has irked minorities, women and other communities.
Afghan refugees protest in UAE
Afghan refugees and non-residents protested in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) expressing concern about the future. Hundreds of Afghans living in a refugee camp in Abu Dhabi raised slogans against the delay in resettlement. On the other hand, officials said that the UAE is continuously working on the rehabilitation program in collaboration with the US and international groups. The Taliban are an Islamic fundamentalist political movement. Its membership is given to students studying in madrassas of Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Describing the Taliban coming to power as a "disaster" for Afghanistan, the US commission had previously directed the State Department to place Afghanistan at the bottom of the religious freedom rankings, according to a report in Khama Press.
"There are many countries around the world that have different interests in Afghanistan, and based on those interests, build their relationship with the Taliban," a US State Department spokesperson told a news conference. We have a team in Doha, which is working to build relations with the Taliban keeping in mind our interests. ,