Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) 15 Jun 2022 - 10:00 https://www.avapress.com/en/news/254278/national-mother-s-day-was-celebrated-in-kabul -------------------------------------------------- Title : National Mother's Day was celebrated in Kabul -------------------------------------------------- Officials at the Ministry of Information and Culture of the Islamic Emirate have celebrated National Mother's Day in Kabul, saying that Islam values women and mothers. Text : Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The Deputy of Culture and Arts of the Ministry of Information and Culture of the Islamic Emirate celebrated National Mother s Day on Tuesday afternoon (June 14th) and stressed the importance of respecting the rights and respect of the country s mothers.   Meanwhile, Sheikh Hassan Khan Haqqani; The head of finance and administration of the tourism department of the Ministry of Information and Culture said: "The discussion about the rights and respect of parents in Islam has a great philosophy that needs more time to explain."   Mawlavi Ghulam Mohammad Niazi; One of the religious scholars also said in this ceremony: Every mother is a woman; but not every woman is a mother. Mother is a sacred word that we cannot call every woman a mother.   He said that Islam values ​​the status of mother and said: in Islamic and Quranic culture, paradise is under the feet of mothers; but in the laws of human status not only the status of mothers is not preserved; It also disrespects the great position of the mother.   Officials at the Ministry of Information and Culture of the Islamic Emirate are celebrating National Mother s Day, accused by the international community of violating the rights of women and mothers.   With last year s developments that led to the fall of the previous government and the re-domination of the "Islamic Emirate" in Afghanistan, the gates of girls schools are still closed to female students, the hijab has become mandatory and other restrictions have been imposed on the work and education of women and girls.   Shamsia Ahmadi told AVA about this program: "Mothers have countless rights over their children."   She said that the "Islamic Emirate" should be responsible for the problems of women, adding: "The best celebration of Mother s Day is to involve women in government."