The Office of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has called on the Taliban to immediately release information about the detention of two more women protesters in Kabul. UNAMA has reiterated its call for the release of all women activists. With the perpetuation of abduction of the women protesters, yesterday Zahra Mohammadi, another female protester, was arrested in Kabul.
Hoda Khamosh, a women rights activist and representative of protesting women in the Oslo summit, informed about the abduction of Zahra Mohammadi.
According to her, “The Taliban are holding protesting girls and hundreds of other women in a place called the “Hamorak” unit. “The Taliban in meetings abroad strive to present a decent picture of themselves to get their hands on the frozen assets,” she wrote on her Facebook.
On Wednesday, the Taliban arrested another female protester, Mursal Ayar. Earlier, two other women protesters, Tamana Zaryab Pariani and Parvanah Ibrahimkhel, were also detained by the group in Kabul.
The fate of the abducted women remains unknown.