Pakistan Occupied Afghanistan Last Year, Say Free Afghanistan Campaigners on Twitter

Monday, 08/15/2022

Several Afghan Twitter users have launched a campaign with the hashtag #FreeAfghanistan on the first anniversary of the Taliban's takeover of Kabul on Monday.

The organisers of the campaign emphasised that last year on August 15, Pakistani agents occupied Afghanistan.

They also stressed that on August 15, a human rights disaster had been launched against the people of Afghanistan.

Afrasiab Khattak, a well-known Pakistani politician, wrote on his official Twitter account, using the hashtag, that “brutal Taliban militia imposed on Afghanistan by hegemonistic neighbours has established the only absolute gender apartheid regime on the globe”.

According to Khattak, the Taliban has completely violated the UN Charter and international human rights laws.

Abdullah Ahmadzai, Country Representative of the Asia Foundation, said that August 15, 2021, was the time when the Taliban fully crippled the country.

According to Ahmadzai, a gradual decay, long before 2021, made Afghans less prepared to prevent the collapse.

Ahmadzai said, “Lack of leadership/ownership led to bad choices and ultimately threw the entire nation to the wolves.”

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