National Resistance Front, Kabul: The Taliban arrested Rasoul Parsi, a university professor, and Mutiullah Weesa, a social activist. And there is no information about their fate.
Mutiullah Weesa is a civil activist and the head of the PenPath association, which launched a campaign for girls' right to education in Afghanistan.
To advocate for women and girls' access to education, he travelled to remote areas and was repeatedly threatened by the Taliban.
The Taliban arrested him on his way home from the Masjid.
Rasouli Abdi Parsi, a professor at Herat University and a social activist, was kidnapped by the Taliban twenty days ago.
The Taliban repeatedly threatened Mr Abdi for expressing his opinion on social media.
He is the father of three daughters.
Three days ago, the Taliban arrested three protesting women from Kabul and disrupted their protest.
These women demanded the right to education for women and girls in Afghanistan by chanting the slogans "Either everyone or no one", "Knowledgeable mother, powerful country", and "You took my pure land, don't take my lesson and exercise".