Publish dateTuesday 9 May 2023 - 13:09
Story Code : 269733
IEA: UNAMA report on enforcement of Sharia is baseless
Zabihullah Mujahid, dismissed claims made in the latest report by UNAMA about the functioning of courts and the enforcement of Sharia in the country.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Monitoring, Mujahid said in a series of tweets that UNAMA’s allegations are baseless and do not reflect the reality on the ground.
“The judicial system in Afghanistan has become stronger than before, and justice has been ensured, while the rights of the citizens are being respected in accordance with Islamic rules,” Mujahid stated in his tweet.
Mujahid said the judicial system in the country has been established on the basis of transparency and that efforts to further strengthen it are ongoing.
He also stated that the achievements of the Afghan judiciary system have contributed to global security.
“If the progress and achievements are still ignored and there is disbelief, then it is unfair,” Mujahid tweeted.
The UNAMA report documented various human rights violations, including extrajudicial killings, arbitrary detentions, and restrictions on freedom of expression and assembly. The report also raised concerns about the IEA’s enforcement of certain Sharia provisions, such as punishments for alleged moral crimes, which have been criticized for being inhumane and discriminatory.
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