National Resistance Front, Europe: On the eve of the first anniversary of the occupation of Afghanistan by the violent Taliban, a large number of women and men asylum seekers in Europe declared their support for the National Resistance Front by marching and condemning the crimes and aggression of this group in Afghanistan.
The protesters who came to the streets in Austria, Sweden, Germany, Belgium and the United Kingdom against the domination and despotism of the Taliban, asked the international community not to recognise the vicious group and to put an end to its rule in Afghanistan.
The men and women deemed the killing, torture, beating, forced displacement, hostage-taking and oppression by the terrorist Taliban as unforgivable crimes against the people of Afghanistan and urged their prosecution.
The protesters also demanded that the international community address the downtrodden cries of women, men, children, and the young and older people of Panjshir and Andrab haa. They are under the severest mental and physical torture of the Taliban.
Many organisations defending human rights, especially the United Nations World Human Rights Organization, have always expressed concern about the torture, killing and ill-treatment of people by the Taliban in Afghanistan. However, the rampage of this group against defenceless civilians in Afghanistan continues.