September 21, 2021
In Kabul, women are protesting alleged Pakistani interference in Afghan politics.  The Taliban dispersed a demonstration with bullets in the air |  Globalism

In Kabul, women are protesting alleged Pakistani interference in Afghan politics. The Taliban dispersed a demonstration with bullets in the air | Globalism

About 70 people, mostly women, protested in front of the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt Pakistan In Kabul, the capital AfghanistanThis Tuesday (7).

They carried posters and phrases against the neighboring country – there is an idea that Pakistan is close to Taliban It affects Afghan politics.

Taliban fighters fired in the air to disperse the demonstrators.

Afghan women demonstrate in Kabul on September 7, 2021 – Photo: Hoshang Hashimi / AFP

ISI Director Faiz Hamid visited Kabul at the weekend. Officially, he went to meet with the ambassador of his country, but he may also have met with the leaders of the Taliban movement.

More than three weeks after capturing the capital, Kabul, on August 15, new Afghan officials are still working on forming a government, which they promise will be more inclusive than it was under their previous regime.

But in the face of fears of a return to the strict regime imposed between 1996 and 2001, small groups of Afghans, often women, protested in cities such as Kabul, Herat and Mazar-i-Sharif.

One protester from Kapisa province, near the Panjshir valley, said Afghan women wanted their country to be liberated and that they were tired of “the bombing of Pakistan in Panjshir”.

The last bastion of resistance to the new Afghan force took refuge in the Panjshir Valley, which fell under its authority, according to the Taliban, on Monday.

Some opposition leaders denied this and called for intensified resistance.

The Taliban say they will allow Afghans to leave the country

Taliban elements near Kabul, September 6, 2021 – Photo: Aamer Qureshi/AFP

NS Taliban I promised again to the government United State The head of US diplomacy, Anthony Blinken, who is visiting Qatar on Tuesday (7), said that this would allow Afghans wishing to leave the country.

The United Nations warns of the collapse of the Afghan health system

Blinken told a news conference that leaders of the Islamist movement said they would “allow those with travel documents to leave freely.”

President Joe Biden’s government is under pressure for information, some confusing, about people with US passports who are barred at Mazar-i-Sharif airport in northern Afghanistan, according to a US NGO.

“The international community expects the Taliban to honor this commitment to release people,” Blinken said.

Qatar reiterated that Kabul airport, which has been closed since the last US soldier left the country in late August, will reopen soon, but did not announce a specific date.

This is the first visit to the region by high-ranking US government officials since the Taliban took power on August 15 and after the complete withdrawal of foreign forces.

On Monday, the Taliban declared control of the entire country, ending the outpost of resistance in the Panjshir Valley.

The Taliban claim to have invaded the last outpost of resistance in Afghanistan

The Taliban claim to have invaded the last outpost of resistance in Afghanistan

So far, the Taliban has not announced a new government. Analysts believe that the Islamists’ rise to power occurred so quickly that it surprised the movement, which was unprepared for the subsequent stages.

Afghanistan is facing the collapse of basic services and there is a risk that food aid will run out, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reported on Tuesday (7).

Office spokesman Jens Lark said millions of Afghans need help to be able to eat and access medical care. Donors are asked to increase their contributions.

A conference on Afghanistan will be held on September 13.

The agency published a request to raise about 600 million US dollars (about 3.1 billion Brazilian reals) by the end of the year (there is a possibility of drought and famine).

Basic services in Afghanistan are collapsing, and food and other life-saving aid is running out. We ask international donors to support this request in a prompt and generous manner.

More than 500,000 people have been forced to flee their homes in Afghanistan since the Taliban regained control of the country. The group took control of the capital, Kabul, on August 15.

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