Kabul Press: The recent statement of U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed on the recognition of the terrorist group Taliban in the coming Qatar meeting has raised many concerns and critiques among human rights activists and activists of non-Pashtun communities that are systematically under attacks by the Taliban terrorist group. They say that any agenda regarding the recognition of the terrorist Pashtunist group Taliban is against human rights principles and puts the international community against millions of the victims who face systematic crimes by the terrorist group Taliban that has formed a government based on one ethnic group, the Pashtun and one gender, the male. One well-known activist who wants to remain anonymous says, "We are not surprised by someone like Zalmay Khalilzad, who is known to be a great supporter of terrorists based on their common ethnic affiliation, but why Amina J. Mohammed? What makes her act as a lobbyist for the terrorist group?"
A female activist posted a video on Twitter saying, "Recognition of the Taliban means supporting terrorists and crime. She says, "Members of the U.N. should respect the demands of people and promote human rights. Taliban has no any legitimacy, and people do not recognize them."
Another activist says, “We have shouted and protested more than 50 million times that the Hazaras are being massacred by the Taliban (#StopHazaraGenocide), and now you want to recognize the Taliban as a government?!
Is this your philanthropy and humanity?
The terrorist group Taliban acts as the military arm of Pashtunism and is responsible for massacring tens of thousandths of people from non-Pashtun communities, particularly the Hazara of Hazaristan. The terrorist group also has erased women from social, political, cultural, and political activities based on the Pashtun traditions called Pashtunwali.